Millennial distress

100% true.

I’d say it’s a flagrant opposition to the Boomer careerism that sucked on the shiny new globalist cock and believed in total white self-sacrifice i.e. submission.

Since nationalism isn’t allowed, to put it lightly, there’s a retreat within to self-soothe. Brands are the new religion.

God, I hated writing that. Still, my Best Post wasn’t a personal strike but a generational one. The Boomers refuse to let anyone else set the mainstream culture, they death claw, kung fu grip the lever of power, THEREFORE Mainstream Culture must slowly die. We now see pockets of subcultures (on children’s trivia like Potter or any topic, literally any however trivial) or even proper cults forming on revenge ideals. We’ve scattered since they can’t chase down ALL of us, right?

The parents will go to their graves denying they did a bad job at anything, as the economy collapses and a pandemic threatens their trip to Ibiza. The degenerates form the moral standards still. The inmates run the asylum. The permissive parenting of the war or pre-war lot have ruined descendants they never even met e.g. Windrush until Blairite immigration, the Pill, PC laws etc. What is there to respect about an authority, with no morality?

I’ve told relatives I didn’t respect them, assuming they already knew (never acted otherwise) but just – to clarify, and they were …stumped. It’s like their brain had a BSOD. They never thought they could be judged, since many think they personally murdered God. They felt entitled to it, the obedience and enthusiasm of their age inferiors, despite behaving worse than their kids/grandkids. What is there to be proud of? How much is there to be ashamed of? Americans have the Wine Mom but the deadbeat looms as a bigger issue, the Invisible Man. England has the lager lout, the celebrated degeneration death of the white man as a figure to respect. The comedians are fat effete betas or extreme hedonic deviants. That’s what toxic masculinity refers to, or was intended to – viewing any form of self-destruction (or predation) as integral to your own development, reputation and gender role. Being an alcoholic isn’t hot. Day drinking is what depressed 50s house wives did – until James Bond glamourised it and later the 90s club boys. Men actually call one another boys, they infantilise themselves. That is toxic but has little to do with women. If you’ve seen your own role models in your community act like drunken teenagers, it’s healthy to oppose that. The gaslighting that they haven’t been in charge, even of their own bodies and choices with it, compounds the shame. Men in particular have disgraced themselves. You cannot blame self-destruction on anyone else, and yes that includes SATC style binge drinking too. I’m reminded of the fathers/husbands who abandoned their family during the Depression, rather than be seen not to provide for them. There’s a vanity with no masculinity. If they fail, we’re expected to cheer and basically parent our elders. It’s twisted and vaguely emotionally incestuous that e.g. Boomers, generally expect to hear how hip they are. Many activists are non-white, this rarely gets mentioned, so the Boomers complaining about them probably voted to import them, and told themselves civnat style they could be brainwashed to ‘act white’. That was wrong. Boomers complained at their appeasing parents and got what they wanted like a genie. Complaining as the people with the power isn’t working. It’s part tantrum part standoff but Boomers are starting to die. I hope it’s only the stupid ones who pass without resolving their lifelong patterns. Boomers need to embrace the golden years than being stuck in a teen Freaky Friday loop. Xers were too much aborted to be heard, the half-voiceless generation. The dumpster babies, medical dumpsters. Zoomers might be worse than Y in some ways, better in others. Degeneracy seems embedded in culture now and I predict that’s gonna end soon, somehow.

Bonfire of the quangos? And the unicorns?

Boomers only support immigration because of their own pockets.

Like trust fund champagne socialists.

  1. they’ll work for me to retire (nope, ponzi).
  2. I can import cheaper labour and avoid paying my own race (in whichever country) their fair share.

2 is egregious since Boomers claim to care about workers, min wage and ‘rights’.

Immigration is THE issue because so much of the funny money relies on illegals paid under the table.

Post-war materialism is being reassessed in favour of simple pleasures and desiring homogeneous cultural sanity.

The hobbit life is desirable, we daren’t dream of the Elvish one.

Every twitter mob is like toxic Woodstock sludge. We’re burned out. There’s no progress in cultural regression and demographic submission.

Am I the only one who never got a trophy as a kid? Is that just America?


I literally came last once in a race because I got stuck in a potato sack (the glamorous life I do lead) and no trophy. The trophy is Chinese but the trauma lasts forever.

Loan forgiveness or demographic death

Fraudulent products aren’t valid anyway. Just sue the schools for mis-sold goods.

If you could vote away your future to benefit elderly lazy rich assholes who hate you while keeping their trust fund brats in coke or dissolve the academic institutions’ fraud that’s ruined your once prosperous society’s life and possibility to reproduce, which would you pick?

(((Who))) owns these young plantation workers? Who bought their debt?

Where are the names?

Stopping them from having savings, being minimalists etc etc.?

Answer d.

Look at your chains.

Credit: Master Brew

Do you want your people to be indentured servants to con artists who practiced decades-long trickery?

Why turn a blind eye to this socialism? Do you really think the product has gained hundreds of percent in value?

Free whitey.

Millennials oppose carousing

Millennials think getting drunk is ‘pathetic’ and ’embarrassing’

Binge-drinking. Old term for binge-drinking.

Not that alcohol is completely out of the picture, but if you go beyond tipsy in public, you’ll be ostracized. Maybe the same evening, not that you’d remember. It’s not just work events, it’s seen as irresponsible because other people must babysit you.

Mocktails taste better, are cheaper and you actually remember the social event while looking cool, because you aren’t drunk.

It isn’t hot when your grandparents or even great-grandparents do/did it.

“Today in research that makes us feel like old, drunken messes, apparently young people don’t think getting drunk is cool. In fact, they think it’s ‘pathetic’ and ’embarrassing’.

the hostility of that apparently

Eventbrite’s nationwide survey of 1,023 millennials found that alcohol consumption is on the decline in the younger generation, with millennials only consuming an average of five units a week. Only 1 in 10 of those surveyed said they view getting drunk as cool. The rest listed the act of getting drunk as ‘pathetic’, ’embarrassing’, and ‘belonging to an older generation’. We repeat: Ouch.

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Consumption too conspicuous.

The survey found that in general, getting hammered is no longer something to be proud of among millennials. No longer do young people brag about tactical chunders and passing out with their trousers half way down their legs. Instead, 70% of those surveyed said they’d rather brag about how long it’s been since their last drink, rather than how much they last drunk.”

It isn’t glamorous. It never was, we see through marketing.
Men are not Bond, and women don’t look good either.
Social media makes this very apparent. Cringe.

“In short: Millennials really aren’t that excited about booze anymore, and they think you’re a bit uncool for throwing back shots at every opportunity.”

One round of shots, maybe, for who wants to. Possibly two. But I’ve seen older people try and shame younger about not wanting to drink and it’s just really sad and wrong.

It’s the Boomer Mad Men thing, I guarantee it. Wearing a tie doesn’t make you any less the pathetic alcoholic.
Think of the celebrities who still do it, all trash. Worse, clubber trash. The kind to brag about bottle service (it’s a bottle, calm down). We’d be more impressed by luxury mineral water.
To be perfectly frank, watching aged hippies get sloppy, throw up on themselves and get seductive with people young enough to be their children is enough to put anyone off, really.

5 bars, 5 snackbars

What will Sadiq Khan justify this with now?


Clearly, we just need to be more ‘tolerant’ since it’s ‘part and parcel’ of urban living.

I haven’t seen luvvies defending MultiKulti – since Manchester, they don’t want their artsy shit to become a target.

Don’t forget–


Don’t bother reading the warmongering book....


How can atheists believe in positive energy anyway and how is that different from prayer, exactly?
Freud defined depression as ‘frozen anger’ and our generation is thawing. Gen Y are supposedly the ‘Hero’ gen for our time.
I think it’s also a large factor behind all the illnesses we’re seeming to get, more than other generations at our age. Repression causes illness, it is known, there is no stress without repression.
How long until Trump nukes Mecca, or Putin, he’s sick and old and doesn’t have to give a shit.

Bad coffee isn’t keeping Millennials in debt

It’s the economy, stupid.

Too late for  Thanks, Obama?

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I’m sure they’ll be happy to know most of their money is going to the people running them over.

They don’t know yet, but my, won’t it be fun when they find out?

Whaddaya mean I don’t get a pension but that inbred family of eleven is fine??? I paid for that, that’s my money!

Libertarian conversion complete.

Deus vult in under five minutes.

Video: How Boomers robbed Gen X (lost) and Gen Y (Millennials)

Increasing the price of everything, worse over time (therefore this effect is harder on Gen Y).
Reducing their own contribution to the State machinery they endorsed.

Where did the politics of division begin? Who invented identity politics to pit a generation against itself?

Increasing the price of raising a family is the unpardonable sin. They’ve killed us. We cannot reproduce. Again, if we rolled back the Sexual Revolution, the increased demand in politics would make the economics of parenthood easier.

We have sub-replacement fertility because many honest people will not make kids they cannot afford.
If you reversed the culture, you’d fix the problem. We wouldn’t need any immigrants, but labour would be more expensive.

So you see bankers wanting to Remain in the EU.

And the Guardian plays dumb to this being fishy.

In the history books, this will be considered the largest scale intergenerational theft.

Guardian starting to leak Gen Y betrayal data

Fence-sitting and refusing to blame Boomers though.
In full because it’s them.

They’re trying to use us to turn us onto their demos and other activism, but that activism is in the Boomer’s interests.

Exclusive new data shows how debt, unemployment and property prices have combined to stop millennials taking their share of western wealth

The full scale of the financial rout facing millennials is revealed today in exclusive new data that points to a perfect storm of factors besetting an entire generation of young adults around the world.

A combination of debt, joblessness, globalisation, demographics and rising house prices is depressing the incomes and prospects of millions of young people across the developed world, resulting in unprecedented inequality between generations.

They’re so close to calling it what it is, oppression.
Inter-generational apartheid.

A Guardian investigation into the prospects of millennials – those born between 1980 and the mid-90s, and often otherwise known as Generation Y – has found they are increasingly being cut out of the wealth generated in western societies.

Why the sudden change?
And who by, hmm?

Where 30 years ago young adults used to earn more than national averages, now in many countries they have slumped to earning as much as 20% below their average compatriot. Pensioners by comparison have seen income soar.

The jobs were taken by immigrants, weren’t they?

In seven major economies in North America and Europe, the growth in income of the average young couple and families in their 20s has lagged dramatically behind national averages over the past 30 years.

In two of these countries – the US and Italy – disposable incomes for millennials are scarcely higher in real terms than they were 30 years ago, while the rest of the population has experienced handsome gains.

It is likely to be the first time in industrialised history, save for periods of war or natural disaster, that the incomes of young adults have fallen so far when compared with the rest of society.

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Idiots. They think all their social engineering spending isn’t taking money from their own pockets.

Experts are warning that this unfair settlement will have grave implications for everything from social cohesion to family formation.

A lot of people are predicting…

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A two-week Guardian project, supported by the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust, aims to explore this predicament in depth and ask what can be done.

They won’t really do anything, they wanna help the outgroup.

Using exclusive data from the largest database of international incomes in the world, at LIS (Luxembourg Income Study): Cross-National Data Center, the investigation into the situation in Australia, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the US has also established that:

  • Prosperity has plummeted for young adults in the rich world.

  • In the US, under-30s are now poorer than retired people.

  • In the UK, pensioner disposable income has grown prodigiously – three times as fast as the income of young people.

Voting bloc.

  • Millennials have suffered real terms losses in wages in the US, Italy, France, Spain, Germany and Canada and in some countries this was underway even before the 2008 financial crisis.

“The situation is tough for young people,” said Angel Gurría, secretary general of the west’s leading thinktank, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). “They were hit hard by the Great Recession, and their labour market situation has improved only little since.

“This is a problem we must address now urgently. Kicking it down the road will hurt our children and society as a whole.”


Gurría said there had been a shift since the mid-80s in poverty rates, which started to rise among younger cohorts while falling among pensioners. However, the world of barren opportunities facing today’s young people should be of concern to all age groups, he added.

The way I’ve heard it from Boomers: who cares, I’ll be dead.

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“Current working-age, middle-class groups are increasingly concerned with their and their children’s job prospects. An increasing number of people think children in their country will be worse off financially than their parents,” he said.

You brought in competition. Global competition.

Using LIS’s household survey data, the Guardian examined the disposable incomes and wages of young families in eight of the 15 largest developed economies in the world. Together these countries made up 43% of the world’s GDP in 2014.

These surveys, carried out over decades, are intended to pick up what is happening on the ground in people’s homes, and are the best way of distillingdomestic realities from governmental level data.

The data accessed by the Guardian found that in the US, France, Germany, Italy and Canada the average disposable income of people in their early 20s is more than 20% below national averages.

For the first time in France, recent pensioners generated more disposable income than families headed by a person under 50. In Italy the average under-35 became poorer than average pensioners under 80. Using the most recent US data, in the midst of the downturn in 2013, average under-30s had less income than those aged 65-79. This is the first time that has happened as far back as the data goes.

At least we’re writing the history books.

Millennials interviewed by the Guardian said they felt their generation was facing far greater hurdles to establish themselves as independent adults than previous generations did.

…Londoner Tanaka Mhishi, who works in a bookshop, adds: “I definitely think in a lot of ways my parents’ generation was luckier. They had a lot more freedom to do things younger: they were able to go straight from university and move to London and afford their own flat….

High time preference people need to go away and leave us in peace

No comment.

Several economists told the Guardian that policymakers should do more to even up the balance between young and old to avoid economic stagnation.

Civil unrest. At the moment we’re practically on strike (savings, pensions, family, welfare).

Paul Johnson, director of the Institute of Fiscal Studies, said he feared intergenerational inequality would fuel wider inequality in society because youngsters with rich parents would retain such an unfair advantage in the important years of early adulthood.

They’re still trying to blame rich people.

…For the next fortnight the Guardian will delve into the fortunes, feelings and finances of the developed world’s young adults, as well as looking at fallacies surrounding them.

They must be forced into releasing this, God knows I’ve tried to bring this to Guardinistas attention, maybe the message sank in after all?

In our series, we will reveal that today’s young people are not delaying adulthood because they are – as the New Yorker once put it – “the most indulged young people in the history of the world”. Instead, it appears they are not hitting the basic stages of adulthood at the same time as previous generations because such milestones are so much more costly and in some cases they are even being paid less than their parents were at the same age.

Our elders are criticizing us because we see past their BS.

See best post.

In Australia, millennials are being inched out of the housing market. In the UK, new figures will show the notion of a property-owning democracy has already been terminated. In the US, debt is the millennial millstone – young people are sitting on $1.3tn of student debt.

Across Europe, the issue centres more around jobs – and the lack of them. The numbers of thirtysomethings still living with their parents is stubbornly high in countries such as Italy and Spain, with grave implications for birthrates and family formation in places whose demographics are already badly skewed towards elderly people.

“We’ve never had, since the dawn of capitalism really, this situation of a population that is ageing so much and in some countries also shrinking, and we just don’t know whether we can continue growing the economy in the same way we once have,” said Prof Diane Coyle, an economist and former UK Treasury adviser.

None of these people would even pay lip service if they didn’t doubt the gravy train.

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The Left is eating …the young.

The real Millennial Woes – student debt, homeless, priced out of parenthood and no pension

I will cover the last two here because tuition and Generation Rent you already know about (or you can look up).

They’ve been raised on the statist teat since nursery school – why change now? I keep trying to draw attention to how Gen Y is uniquely being fucked over but few people seem to be listening. The result will be the hardest of redpill resets but I’d rather avert disaster personally. Every single time I say something, I get the blithe reply But The Government Wouldn’t Lie to Us! Like tripling tuition when they promised they wouldn’t and the rich even got it for free, you mean? Those people? Beautifully, they’re using SJW logic against us, their Party Line on cuts has been ‘If it can’t be Equal, it will be scrapped.’ Think on that.

Gen Y will not retire. You think you will, but unless you’re rich, you are wrong. They haven’t explicitly promised us anything, have they, it’s obfuscation, smoke ‘n mirrors to pay into the Boomer’s pot. I can see it now…

First they ‘warn’ us about age hikes, then when we near that age they pull the rug out and say ‘there’s no money left’ like they aren’t sitting on a gold-plated pension themselves [Merkel] and shrug with open hands they recited as a gesture of honesty as they blame ‘the stock market’ they chose to invest the pension pots into. At this rate, you’ll be able to cash it in for 6 sunny months at a reduced rate before doing your civic duty and dropping dead. Maybe if I cite the Guardian enough times the Lefties will finally fucking listen?

“The new review, led by John Cridland, the former head of the CBI business group, suggests this timetable could be speeded up even further so young and middle-aged workers will have to wait even longer than to retire. The Office for Budget Responsibility has forecast that on current trajectories of life expectancy, the rate could reach 70 by the mid-2060s.”

Average lifespan of men is about 73.

Long slow white genocide in progress, creating conditions where raising a healthy nuclear family is practically impossible. Clarey once covered how the American education system screws over women during peak fertility but our system is much, much worse.

Jealousy towards baby boomers is an everyday occurrence. You’ll be sitting in a bar with friends and hear them lament the fact that their parents had bought a house by the time they were 27. “My mother had already had me and my sister by the time she was my age,” one friend said gloomily when the subject came up. Generation Y – or millennials, if you must – are still often portrayed as existing in a state of perpetual kidulthood; we’re Peter Pans who never want to grow up. Yet many of us are desperate to do so.”

Everyone I spoke to for this article felt a responsibility not to bring children into an environment that was economically precarious; but I wonder how long people are willing to sacrifice future parenthood because of this. If we all go ahead and have babies anyway, what will be the consequences for the state? It’s ironic that a government so ostensibly dedicated to notions of “family” is giving little help to those who desire nothing more. Communal living is already a reality for many people, as overcrowded houses and boomerang children demonstrate. Do we all just need to learn to live with other people’s babies?”

I hope this clusterfuck comes crashing down soon, it can’t happen soon enough for Gen Y. Sub-replacement fertility is indeed a ticking time bomb, but we didn’t build it, fuse it, or set it. Those currently in power did!
All the responsible couples I know can’t even afford to get married, let alone breed. And the Governments have the temerity to say it’s our fault (when there are record-high taxes on the poor) and we must bring in immigrants? Must, really? And why can’t we put those resources into our own people, eh?
This is why Europe’s below replacement level. Personal debt. Quit blaming us for the system Baby Boomers and Gen X fuckwits voted in. They say they care, but they continue to push up rent costs, don’t they? I know people being charged rent by their own nouveau riche parents. Parents who then go on to pester them about… you guessed it, marriage and grandchildren. What do they spend the money on? Cruises and skiing holidays. Fuck them and fuck this for a game of soldiers. All this on top of national debt. Which generation is paying for that, do you think?

TLDR: The European financial system has already crashed, we just don’t know it yet.

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