A video project I just dug up from my junior year of high school. Some parts I thought I did well while others were sloppy and rushed. I recall trying to upload this to YouTube but it ended up being copy-striked instantly.
This commentary is going to start a series officially, however it technically began with “Why I HATE: Globalism”. The contents of it go into detail on why The Greatest Generation™️is absolutely not so, as boomers are the generation that destroyed everything, from civilization to the planet to human development. The arrogance of the boomer has caused more calamity than any generation before them, and yet they refuse to admit it, instead they blame it on everyone after, when they lived in the fruits of The Silent Generation’s labor.
It really boggles my mind how many people are still thinking it would be "unfair" towards the people that paid back their loans. In a normal context this would be all nice and good, but this whole game was rigged from the start. To demand this to be payed back is utterly stupid. Most people are still trapped in libertarian (capitalist) ideals and cant grasp the range of this FRAUD. Boomers and people who are in debt are just jealous towards those who would be released from this debt. (which is highly unlikely anyway) A great distraction from the main cause of the problem. Bernie might be a shill and all, but at this point he is a similar kind of "accelerationist" like Yang. All this ideas about reparations, loan forgiveness, UBI etc. are all desperate attempts to keep this scam running for a few years more. A marxist said a few years ago that late capitalism will have to pay its own consumers to stay alive. This is exactly what is happening with measures like these. Remember Milton Friedman had similar ideas about a kind of UBI.
Yes, yes. Not all... I get it but it is their generation who betrayed us. Karma is truly a bitch.
They thought they that they would be long dead before their past mistakes caught up with them. They were wrong. With the piss poor management of our economies and quantitative easing (money printing), an economic collapse is on the way that will make the Great Depression look like you had to have baked beans the night before payday.