Sweet, sweet music for The Day of the Pillow – by John Bradley.
Sweet dreams, Boomers.
The SDL found and commented on a NEW(!) letter from some perfumed princes. Yes, much weaker than the French version.
After 60 years of completely failing to defend America’s borders or protect the nation from invasion, a group of retired US military officers is… encouraging everyone to get involved in local and state politics.
More than 120 retired generals, admirals, and military officers signed a letter that warned that the United States is embroiled in an existential fight and called on “all citizens” to get involved in local and state politics.
“We are in a fight for our survival as a Constitutional Republic like no other time since our founding in 1776. The conflict is between supporters of Socialism and Marxism vs. supporters of Constitutional freedom and liberty,” stated the letter (pdf), which was signed by 124 former generals and admirals, released by “Flag Officers 4 America.”
The letter also posited that opposition to proposed bills and laws that would strengthen election initiatives has troublesome implications.
07! Thank you for your service, idiots! Thanks for sleeping while America was overrun and destroyed. Our heroes. Now, to give us the “I VOATED!” – it’s too much. Cue Lee Greenwood.
This isn’t a fight between Karl Marx and Thomas Jefferson over a paper republic that was definitively killed between 1861 and 1865. Satanic globalist v Christian Nationalist. And the political window closed at Noon on January 20th. The silver lining here is, for the muh constitution crowd, that the concern over a standing military might have been a little misplaced: in its senile retirement, it does afford a little comedic value.
Roosh linked to this article which, as well as any, explains the evil wrought by the accursed Boomers, here, particularly, as to and against the Millennials.
Boomers have a perpetual teenage mentality that their parents never understood, and they raised us to be the eternal teenagers they didn’t get to be. When you’re 17, the idea of just buying cool stuff, having consequence-free sex, and binge-consuming media for the rest of your life sounds fantastic. You do not understand that when you are 40, you will not want that any more. There are tons of guys my age and younger, who wear Star Wars T-shirts, collect Marvel Funko Pops, and have gotten vasectomies, and they have no idea why they’re so miserable. There are women my age who just broke up with another live-in boyfriend of three years and have no children. So here we are, and we’re falling apart. Our parents instilled in us a totalizing selfishness that they never got to indulge, assuring us that marriage and family “would just come” when “the time is right.” As far as they were concerned, that’s just what happens. Except it “just happened” to them because of all the social capital of previous generations that was still there for them, which they razed to the ground. Now my generation is absolutely miserable, because we’re reaching that age where your brain shifts modes from “consume and copulate” to “prepare your offspring for adulthood,” and we don’t understand that’s what is actually happening. Women of my generation have been told their entire lives that loneliness is a psychological disorder, that children are parasites, and that exhausting yourself for 40 hours a week at work is the meaning of life. It turns out that continuing to live as though you were a teenager does not in fact bequeath eternal youth. “Age is just a number” is the most insidious of all Boomer proverbs.
Read the whole thing. I’ve written before that my generation was the very last to witness some semblance of America before the Boomers destroyed it. We were the first generation thrust into the new, satanic experiment before it became the new status quo system. The Millennials were the first to grow up fully immersed in that new, evil system. Now they are waking up and realizing exactly how they have been abused and robbed. I pray there is still hope for them along with the Zoomers and the Alphas. Some good news: over 27% of Boomers have relieved us of their wicked stupidity!
They do try like the devil to work in the moon, don’t they?
These idiots are proud of hating on a targeted group, the old.
This is ageist nonsense. If you like being insulted by children go to Vox to be insulted; you may have invented personal computers, the internet, and gone to the moon. You could be Tim Berners-Lee, It won’t matter. Vox is a bigot against anyone who has been around longer than himself. If you don’t like it he will ban you.
He must hates his parents so he takes it out any one who is older than himself.
How much do you love that he actually worked the Moon in there. The point is that if you self-identify as a Boomer, if you are offended when younger generations exhibit their contempt for Boomers, then you are accepting culpability for all the many sins of your g-g-generation. I don’t hate or despise old people. To the contrary, I have always respected and sought to learn from my elders. I harbor no contempt for pre-Boomers, or with people born between 1946 and 1964 who repudiate Boomerism. It’s not when one was born that matters, but rather, one’s identity and values.
BTW, Boomers, there are now more Gen Xers than there are you. And we’re still tired of you.