Friday, May 12, 2017

The Socially Engineered Generation

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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Last night at the Banning-Beaumont-Cherry Valley Tea Party Patriots meeting, after Ms. Ashley gave her talk about how the Democrat Party has been a historic enemy of blacks in America, and continues to be (including the scheme of extermination through Planned Parenthood), and my presentation about the Ratification of the U.S. Constitution, and an introduction to the Bill of Rights, a young man named Michael took the podium.  Born in 2000, his job was to educate the gray hairs in the audience why the millennial generation (those born between 1980 and 2000) seems to be so hard to reach, and so far to the left on the political spectrum.

Michael explained that largely due to their environment, which is largely comprised of their educational system, the education industry, the reality of the fact that this is the generation that grew up with technology, and a household with two parents working so mom and dad is pretty much out of the picture, the generation that is comprised of essentially the twenty and thirty somethings think from an emotional base ("how does that make you feel?), expect instant gratification, have a short attention span, are not looking for the traditional path of financial security, don't want the responsibility of possessions (home, cars), are largely atheists, and hate Trump because all of their news comes from comedians, late night, and music.

Ms. Ashley, sitting next to me eating her meal, said barely audibly, "Yeah, they've been socially engineered."

The Millennial Generation is the generation that stands in the new camp, according to the liberal left.  This is why Trump surprised them when he won.  The Democrats believe with the youth in their corner, the nation has taken a hard left turn politically.
Adolf Hitler -- May Day 1933: When an opponent declares, "I will not come over to your side," I calmly say, "Your child belongs to us already... What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community."
At a high school in North Carolina, in this year's yearbook, a senior's quote which read "Build that wall" ascribed to President Donald Trump drew criticism.  As a result, since it was too late to reprint the yearbooks, Richmond Early College High School in Hamlet recalled them.

The school district apologized and said it was working on making corrections with the yearbook publisher.

"Only a handful of annuals were distributed before the mistake was discovered by the principal," a school official said. "Those were taken back up the same morning and the rest were not distributed."

The Richmond County Daily Journal reported (emphasis added): "So Richmond county school system allowed this to be printed in their 2017 year book," Ellerbe captioned the post. "I already knew this city was racist. Get a court date you'll find out. This doesn't surprise me at all." Ellerbe's caption concluded with "#Share."

The democrats have hammered into the minds of the younger generation, and apparently into their own minds, that if you disagree with the Democrat Party's narrative, you either fear or hate the person who said or believes whatever it is you disagree with, and you are a racist, homophobe, islamophobe, or bigot.  Acceptance and love means full agreement with every action or belief, therefore, you must embrace illegal immigration or you are a racist, embrace Islam or you are an islamophobe, embrace the gay lifestyle or you are a homophobe, embrace the idea that Hillary should have won the election or you are a hater, and so forth.  If you do not compromise your personal convictions, you are not compassionate, and must be silenced.  Your opinion, if it differs from the liberal left, is rude to voice, and the delicate ears of those who disagree with you must be protected, so you must be silenced or only be allowed to voice your hateful rhetoric in a Free Speech Zone safely away from the ears of those who might disagree with you, or will find what you say offensive.

In the article in the Richmond County Daily Journal, the parents were asked about what they felt regarding what happened.  A mother of a freshman at the school was quoted as saying, "I feel that young lady only stood up for her freedom of speech by using the quote of her choice. Every senior was given the opportunity to choose a quote. It was her right as an American to choose any quote under the sun."
Wasn't she simply agreeing with the President that legal, constitutional immigration law should be enforced, and that our national border should be secured as commanded by Article IV. of the U.S. Constitution?
The North Carolina High School apparently believes you only have a freedom of speech if your speech agrees with theirs.  I am surprised the local paper even allowed that parent's quote to be included in the article.  To be honest, the participation trophy snowflakes are largely our own fault.  We coddled them.  Did everything we cold to protect them from the harshness of the world.  In response, we have babies who never grew up now inhabiting bodies that look like they might be adults.

Chad Prather, I think, said it best when he put out a video about the snowflake protesters shortly after the 2016 Election:

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