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Born into the country’s most prosperous times, the baby boomers took the most greedy, self serving aspects of individualism and American capitalism and pushed them to the fringes. At a young age, they overthrew all of the cultural institutions protecting American civilization and pushed the repulsive vanities of meaningless sex, drug use, pornography, and civil disobedience into the mainstream.
Through the Boomers, morality was effectively weeded out of media, politics, and journalism as the race was on to turn every aspect of life and culture into a financial gain. And thus, by the hands of the baby boomers came the acceleration of the credit system and the mass creation of nonexistent capital… both effectively setting the stage for an unprecedented global economic meltdown.
Throughout their entire existence the generation remained stubborn, selfish, greedy, and self serving. Even after their terrible decisions plunged the country into recession, the baby boomers continued to evade responsibility by remaining in the workforce and draining the country’s depleted resources. Despite their children being in poverty, despite America’s debt being in the trillions, and despite a lifetime of material consumption, the baby boomers continue to collect paychecks from the government to keep themselves alive in a vegetated state.
They remain in massive houses as their children are forced to share housing after marriage, they remain with free healthcare while their children go uninsured, and they collect social security paychecks despite experiencing years of wealth and abundance that their children successfully are not likely to ever see.
While millennials could attempt nuclear war to erase their generations debt and economic devastation, a more practical solution is available: Pull the plug on the baby boomers and let the nation’s worst generation die. Since millennials outnumber baby boomers it would theoretically be possible to use the channels of democracy to vote away the latter’s Medicare and social security benefits.
Without federal assistance fueling the life and safe retirement of a generation useless to society, massive die offs would ensue. Housing prices would dive as more and more homes would become available. The job market would surge and whatever government assistance there is could be used to strengthen a generation able to efficiently partake in the workforce (although a better solution would be eliminating it entirely in favor of enhancing the stability of the economy).
Unfortunately, this solution is likely to remain a fantasy as the baby boomers have cleverly (though perhaps unwittingly) conditioned millennials to serve in the former’s best interest. They have discouraged the young generation from engaging in politics, thereby enabling themselves to continue to dominate the vote in their favor. They have passed on their infatuation with material consumption and journalistic distraction, leading for millennials to pursue empty and needless desires over the strengthening of humanity’s future. They have effectively convinced the future generations that the failed policies they championed will eventually work as the institutions crumble around them. The millennials, conditioned to be dependent and obedient, allow their masters to walk them into hopelessness.
Without pulling the plug on baby boomers and their ideas capitalism is destined to fall. And when it does, the failures of the baby boomers will long be the propaganda of whomever assumes power next.
Listen. Listen quietly. Wait patiently. If you take enough time, your enemies will tell you exactly what they think. Give them the space and they will eventually justify themselves to you, and then you can see the plan in full.
One of the leading business publications in the world, Bloomberg News offers us the clearest statement of white genocide ever offered in the media:
If the U.S. economy is going to prosper, it needs to keep taking in immigrants. Fertility is below replacement levels, and no country has discovered a way to raise native birthrates. That means that immigration is necessary for the survival of the Social Security system and the solvency of pension funds.
It is so blatant that you might have missed it: immigration is needed to pay for the pensions for Baby Boomers, and it is necessary because we are not having as many babies as occurred in that boom. Our largest and most Leftist generation ever is fading out, and in the ruins of a society ravaged by their political ideals, there is not enough wealth to keep them in a state of comfortable retirement.
They even tell you in the next few lines:
Immigrants will allow small cities to grow and expand their tax bases, instead of shriveling into ghost towns. Immigrants support the housing market and the stock market. They take care of elderly Americans and provide invaluable skills for U.S. corporations. Without continued robust immigration, the U.S. population will shrink and gray, and the country will start having the same problems as aging societies like Japan, South Korea, and East Europe.
They are promising yesterday its retirement funds by sacrificing today. As usual, drugged by the dogma of egalitarianism, business and voters assume that all people are the same, so they can move in a bunch of third world people and have America keep operating just as it has. They are relying on their laws, economic theories, Constitution, and police power.
We know this is true because Europe is doing the same thing:
Western governments are broke because of their social programs and yet cannot reduce them because the voters will panic and rage.
The demographic squeeze could be eased by the influx of more than a million migrants in the past year. If many of them eventually join the working population, the result could be increased tax revenue to keep the pension model afloat. Before migrants are even given the right to work, however, they require housing, food, education and medical treatment. Their arrival will have effects on public finances that officials have only started to assess.
There are many problems with the immigration plan. First, it stimulates overpopulation by creating an escape valve from the already-overburdened third world, which in turn causes people to breed more because the cause of that overpopulation is a Tragedy of the Commons style need to have a large enough family to subsidize each person in old age, so when that family leaves, they make more of them. Second, it destroys Western civilization entirely by ethnically replacing its one unique component, namely its people and their genetics. Third, it assumes that people from third world countries will produce at the level needed, when if they could have done that, they would have back at home where living is cheaper.
Now you see the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg News telling you what the rest of the mainstream media will not: the great rush toward diversity has always been about ensuring an easy retirement for people raised on the socialist programs of the 1930s.
They were told back in the day that these programs could not sustain themselves; they paid out more than they took in, and investing the money only made it unpredictable as to how much would be there in the future. And so, our society slipped itself on the needle of stealing from everyone to give to a subset of the group. We are addicted to funding our retirees.
Socialism always kills societies this way. When you give out free things, people shape their lives around a negative incentive to save and be responsible. For them, it is easy; all they have to do is keep going to work for thirty five or forty years and then they retire with a pension or generous social security. It is a paradise for workers, much like Soviet Communism promised to be.
But like all our great human failings, this one starts with a simple pitfall. People who are working for the system, instead of working to achieve results, are not effective or efficient. They phone it in and do the minimum they must do in order to avoid criticism from others. In turn, the quality of output falls, and so does the value of the economy.
This rushes us into a death cycle. Millions work long hours at jobs doing tasks that ultimately are not necessary, just so their bosses can get promoted for being effective at the ineffective. They are taxed mercilessly and that money is dumped on the underclass, which spends it on consumer products. This puts money into fast motion, and causes the economy to switch to demand-based economics.
Right now, we are being erased as a people so that a generation can get the benefits it voted for after being promised them by people who knew the scheme would never work. What do they care, they got their retirement benefits already, and all of them are hoping to be very dead by the time the bubble pops.
Look at what else they are celebrating:
But even more encouraging are the numbers on interracial marriage. Marriage is proof that diversity isn’t just creating tensions between new and unfamiliar neighbors, but positive and lasting social bonds. A new report by the Pew Research Center provides some amazing numbers. Half a century after laws against interracial marriage were struck down by the courts, the share of new marriages that are interracial has risen from 3 percent to 17 percent. For black Americans, the rise in intermarriage has been particularly strong.
With unique races gone, you will have nothing but your job, government ideology and consumer shopping. This will create the perfect citizens: a grey race of people without culture, values, heritage, customs or religion. The perfect raw material to be shaped by the machine of government and media.
Amazingly, your leaders think this is a good idea. To them, the voters are dupes — here they are correct: even smart people in groups vote like morons through compromise, the lottery mentality and gaming the system — who will approve ridiculous schemes. A politician realizes that either he offers free stuff, or the next guy will, and that guy will take the election. So they all lie.
We know this means the end of the chance for the West, shattered by two world wars, to rebirth itself. With the loss of its people, so goes the possibility of their civilization. And all of this to pay for votes, bought with social welfare entitlements programs we could not afford, so that people would feel comfortable in an obviously declining, unstable society!
The U.S. is becoming more integrated at the regional, neighborhood and household level. Americans say they like diversity, and they are voting with both their feet and their ring fingers. The future of the U.S. as a successful multiracial nation isn’t assured, but it’s looking more and more likely. And that should be good news for the U.S. economy, since it means growth won’t create noxious social divisions.
Listen again. They tell you their fears: they fear noxious social divisions, meaning that they know diversity will not work. This is why they are rushing toward intermarriage, because if you destroy all of the races, then you have no social divisions. In other words, the same reason why they wanted class warfare; they want to eliminate all conflict through pacifism, and make us all obedient sheep.
The only way out of this mess is to stand up against diversity and its parent theory, egalitarianism. You cannot say that all people are equal and not invite the world to come live among you. But a group composed of every race has no race, and a country for everyone is a country for no one. Oh well, at least the Me Generation will have comfortable retirements as civilization dies out around them.
When you have a society, culture and ethnic group that you can believe in, you tend to give back. But for the Baby Boomers, the “Me Generation” known for its individualism, none of that matters. With their families shattered by their own divorces and bad parenting, Baby Boomers are hoarding wealth as society crumbles around them by their own acts:
Younger generations aren’t saving enough as their income slips further behind previous generations. Older Americans meanwhile sit atop unprecedented piles of assets built through stock market and real estate booms.
Yet these retirees, or at least the affluent ones, aren’t spending it. It turns out they’re afraid of the unknown.
A new study finds many U.S. retirees keep saving even after they’ve retired. The average American over the age of 60 cuts spending 2.5 percent per year, or about 20 percent over a 10-year period, according to an analysis of University of Michigan survey data by financial planning software company United Income.
Younger generations are engaging in an Ayn Rand style “Galt’s Gulch” strategy of earning less and paying less in taxes, then taking out more in benefits than they put in. This will eventually crash the system, which is already starving as third world immigrants perform below the native population in tasks and thus, bring in less income.
The older generations, dedicated to individualism or “me first before all else” thinking, intend to hoard their wealth and use it to evade the catastrophe that they saw coming for decades but did nothing to stop. Born of the victory of the Allies in WWII and the Leftism of the 1930s, Baby Boomers show us the ultimate idea of collectivism: a crowd of individuals, all wanting to take all they can and give nothing back.
Future historians will write about the Baby Boomers less admiringly than past historians, but perhaps with more compassion. They will see them as a bridge between the 1930s and the 1990s, a generation doomed that struck back without trying to actually fix the situation.
We might summarize them as a teenage tantrum, and like all such outbursts, have sympathy for their sentiments but dislike their methods.
The Baby Boomers were born when it was clear that the Allies would win WWII, and in anticipation of the great boom of wealth and power this would bestow. At the same time, they inherited a dead system: a hybrid capitalist-socialist state which had already shattered its cultural integrity through white diversity, attempting to mix Southern, Western and Eastern Europeans into a new people.
This created a helpless environment for them to grow up in, and one that was too popular to change, so they knew they were born doomed and retaliated by taking all they could and leaving destruction in their wake:
Boomers took over the government in the early 1990s, when Bill Clinton’s 1992 victory installed them in the White House and Newt Gingrich’s Republican Revolution of 1994 gave the generation a majority in the House that persists to this day.
And how has that worked out for them? Well, the Greatest Generation survived the Great Depression, won the Second World War, brought about the enormous postwar economic boom, outlasted the Soviet Union in the Cold War and established the United States as the sole superpower. Since then, the boomers — the Worst Generation, if you will — have squandered most of that.
The United States, challenged all over the world, is receding and turning inward. The economy still hasn’t recovered fully from the financial collapse of 2008, the worst since the Great Depression. The federal debt is out of control, and inequality is worse. Boomers expanded entitlement programs that are wrecking the nation’s finances; they failed to act on global warming; they presided over declining faith in virtually all institutions, from religion to the Supreme Court; and their children may be the first generation with dim prospects of doing better than their parents did.
With the victory in World War Two, it seemed that the new horrible version of the USA had succeeded, and so it was never going to be rolled back. The social programs of the 1930s, brought on by a neo-Communist leader, were there to stay, mostly because democracies never vote against benefits once already established. Those acts would never be repealed, it seemed, and this made the Boomers hopeless, negative and destructive from irritation and frustration at an intractable, slowly dying system.
The resentment of having their fate sealed before their birth, and their outrage at the hypocrisy of a modern West which feasted on killing its best for illusions like equality, made the Boomers into a relentlessly self-serving generation; perhaps they were the ultimate individualists, or the “last man” that Nietzsche described.
They demonstrated this approach in their response to the Vietnam war:
While dad sweated on the Pacific Ocean and learned the joys of monsoon season, millions of other American men protested the unjust, expensive and bloody war and helped bring it to an end. The popular conception of that period is one of free love and political turmoil. It was an era when old men started unpopular wars and the righteous stayed behind.
…Gibney shows Boomers overwhelmingly supported the war until they had to serve in it. Worse, most who wanted to avoid the war could seek conscientious objector status but instead abused the deferment system.
Boomers sat out one of the most vital conflicts of the Cold War, in which the West prevailed against Sino-Soviet Communist aggression. The “Me Generation” got its name from being unwilling to do anything but act for its own individual pleasures, a third world mentality exhibited by those who took the past for granted because they hated what it had become.