Millennials grew up with preordained design. It was decided at birth that we would not work, but would instead be educated with the sole intention of attending university. Any other path would not measure up to the standards of society.
In elemantary school, we learned of our identity as special snowflakes. Free play was exchanged for structured social events, with assigned activities and playmates. Competition was “discrimination,” instead, everybody got an award for participating.
In High School, courses were catered towards taking the SAT’s. Woodshop, home economics, and other courses based on practical life skills had all but vanished from the curriculum.
Our parents worked hard to send us to college so that professors could tell us how bad we truly were. History was rewritten, and good grades required regurgitation of the professor’s politics. Safe spaces stiffled dissent, and the counter-culture progressives became the dominant culture, establishing themselves as the new bullies on campus.
Students were issued separate credentials for debate. The word “priviledge” was used by professors to discredit dissent. White men were effectively not allowed to debate, only being allowed to speak if it was to cheerlead our declining influence. Academic succes became mutually exclusive with self-hate.
Outrage culture and pathological victimhood consumed the worldview of most millennials. Merit and reason became irrelevant.
Then we became adults, and people wondered why so many of us became socialist. We’re a population engineered not know how to function without an eternal supervising parent figure, and the Democrats are gleeful at the opportunity to play that role.
The police are going through a public relations nightmare. Perception of policing is increasingly seen as threatening rather than helpful. This is largely due to the proliferation of murders carried out by police officers that have been captured on video.
When a police officer in the America murders somebody, other officers mostly attempt to protect their own brand and badge as best as possible. In any other industry, colleagues and competitors in the same field would denounce the actions of an individual who operated outside the rules of conduct.
Lavish Reynolds live streamed a video on Facebook, during the aftermath of a fatal encounter with the police over a broken tail-light.
Lavish Reynolds’ boyfriend was “licensed to carry” a firearm, and had notified the officer that he was carrying, but was shot multiple times by a police after reaching for his driver’s license at the officer’s request.
Initially, Reynolds calmly reacts and films as the police officer, who is noticeably rattled, and is yelling “I told him not to reach for it.”
This is all happening as her boyfriend is bleeding severely after being shot multiple times and bleeds out, live on Facebook. Reynolds’ daughter is also present in the car and witnesses the horrific scene.
In an article by Huffington Post contributor Michelle Fields, the author claims that there are a number of women who have been victims of Roger Ailes supposed sexism, including Gretchen Carlson, who has filed a suit against Ailes.
While Fox News certainly has gone more blonde, with shorter skirts, The Huffington Post is, by contrast, dominated by a group of young white women who are progressive “feminist” frauds, whose calls for “equality” (considering the lack of men or women of color in editor positions) are quite the ruse.
Captain Artie Price holds the record for the largest recorded Tarpon caught, weighed, & released in Boca Grande, Florida.
Save the Tarpon, who has been in a legal battle with the Professional Tarpon Tournament Series, has waged a social media war against Captain Price because of this video, which depicts the guide holding a tarpon as it is eaten by a group of sharks.
The video shows Captain Price trying to revive a tired tarpon that has just been caught by a client, and is currently under investigation by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission.
With apparently 15-20 sharks in the water, the exhausted tarpon surely would have been eaten upon immediate release. The ironic thing is that Save the Tarpon lobbied specifically for law 68B-32.004 Restriction on Possession of Tarpon which handcuffed Captain Price from being able to successfully release the tarpon.
America is the best, but being the best country is not synonymous with having the best government, nor does it shield its people from scrutiny. But with all its faults, the US is still exceptional.
America is 238 years young, and embodies Western European culture fused with a rugged sense of individualism. This cultural combination fostered a country with the highest standard of living in the world.
It is important to recognize what made America great. America is not founded in collectivism, but rather individualism, sovereignty, and self-reliance. We don’t need to be more like any other country. Not Norway, not Canada, not Israel, not Turkey. We need to be more American.
“There’s been a trend around the country of trying to get colleges to disinvite speakers with a different point of view, or disrupt a politician’s rally. Don’t do that — no matter how ridiculous or offensive you might find the things that come out of their mouths. Because as my grandmother used to tell me, every time a fool speaks, they are just advertising their own ignorance. Let them talk. Let them talk. If you don’t, you just make them a victim, and then they can avoid accountability.”
The new film Vaxxed addresses a controversial claim that vaccines are causing autism. It also asserts that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) doctored results of vaccines, then knowingly continued encouraging its use while being aware of its correlation with autism.
Dr. William Thompson is the whistleblower who has claimed that the CDC has omitted crucial data in their report, that would have revealed a relationship between a measles vaccine and autism.and
The statistics cited in the trailer are staggering: That over 1 millions people were diagnosed with autism in 2014. Claiming that today, around 1-68 children born are diagnosed with autism, and that if the trend continues, by 2032 50% of newborns will be subjected to autism.
The film was pulled from the Tribeca Film Festival by its co-founder, Robert De Niro, who was pressured by participants. De Niro himself has an autistic son, and admits that there is a link between vaccines and autism. The pulling of the movie in an attempt to silence its claims has backfired, as additional interest has been aroused over the controversy.