Wounded by both a pandemic and recession, millennials are reliving the history of 100 years ago

The Silent Generation, the Baby Boomer Generation, Generation-X, the Millennial Generation (or Generation-Y) and the Pivotal Generation (Generation Z)
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Tom Mazanec
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Wounded by both a pandemic and recession, millennials are reliving the history of 100 years ago

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SHARKS (crossed out) MONGEESE (sic) WITH FRICKIN' LASER BEAMS ATTACHED TO THEIR HEADS

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The differences are many, sadly. Spanish flu actually killed a lot of people; it wasn't a glorified flu that only hurts the out of shape and really old - causing no symptoms in healthy/young people.

Americans had an identity at that time (Christian, European). Families were stronger. Tech hadn't corrupted anything. Beyond that, indebtedness wasn't a huge thing and future opportunities weren't bleak. Propaganda wasn't at an all time high.

For those reasons, I don't see any millenial providing an outlet for a new America. Rather, the world capital moves to where it is appreciated, and where women are better (not spoiled, fat, etc).

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I saw 2 really detailed videos on the spanish flu. That flu eventually did take out a lot of young people. Main reason for its deadliness was the undernourishment of all the world's population due to ww1. The devastation of the lands left little agriculture and the lack of housing led to people being crammed into small rooms with no ventilation, no change of bedding, no sanitation, and no separation of ill and healthy people. That flu took 40% of the population in every country.
This conjob illness we now have is an excuse to have a lot of other agendas pushed onto us by force. Like the cashless society, forced vaccinations, bypassing of medical studies on new medicines and gene therapies, the elimination of small and medium businesses, the forced transfer of wealth from the lower classes to the upper classes, and the removal of tourist industries that led to widespread travels of all classes of people.

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brainwitty wrote:
Mon Aug 23, 2021 2:37 am
I saw 2 really detailed videos on the spanish flu. That flu eventually did take out a lot of young people. Main reason for its deadliness was the undernourishment of all the world's population due to ww1. The devastation of the lands left little agriculture and the lack of housing led to people being crammed into small rooms with no ventilation, no change of bedding, no sanitation, and no separation of ill and healthy people. That flu took 40% of the population in every country.
This conjob illness we now have is an excuse to have a lot of other agendas pushed onto us by force. Like the cashless society, forced vaccinations, bypassing of medical studies on new medicines and gene therapies, the elimination of small and medium businesses, the forced transfer of wealth from the lower classes to the upper classes, and the removal of tourist industries that led to widespread travels of all classes of people.
Why do you think that the things you have stated, which are pretty obvious, are not recognized by most? Is it due to boomers being used to a good life for most of their time? Media and other propaganda? More, weak or foolish people? All of the above?

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There certainly are some similarities in this situation, but that's about it. We seem to have more advanced science, but since people are more individualistic than ever, it's also different. In most cases from what I can tell people were poorer and didn't have much knowledge as we have now. On the other hand people get vaccinated to... attend cultural events, concerts etc. It's not even mostly about safety or health, but accepting the terms no jab = no concert for you.

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Cool Breeze wrote:
Fri Aug 27, 2021 12:15 pm
brainwitty wrote:
Mon Aug 23, 2021 2:37 am
I saw 2 really detailed videos on the spanish flu. That flu eventually did take out a lot of young people. Main reason for its deadliness was the undernourishment of all the world's population due to ww1. The devastation of the lands left little agriculture and the lack of housing led to people being crammed into small rooms with no ventilation, no change of bedding, no sanitation, and no separation of ill and healthy people. That flu took 40% of the population in every country.
This conjob illness we now have is an excuse to have a lot of other agendas pushed onto us by force. Like the cashless society, forced vaccinations, bypassing of medical studies on new medicines and gene therapies, the elimination of small and medium businesses, the forced transfer of wealth from the lower classes to the upper classes, and the removal of tourist industries that led to widespread travels of all classes of people.
Why do you think that the things you have stated, which are pretty obvious, are not recognized by most? Is it due to boomers being used to a good life for most of their time? Media and other propaganda? More, weak or foolish people? All of the above?
All of the above. Plus a lot of people never think their government would commit evil. There are lots of causes but too many to cover in a short reply. I have also noticed here in Australia that our governments talk about wars: war on salt, obesity, speeders, drunk drivers, pensioners, people who mainly use cash for transactions, coal use, natural gas, the list goes on.

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Yes, it is in large part because, I've noticed, people just don't want to believe something that elicits a negative emotional reaction. Why so few people value the truth over this (emotional thinking/drive, a feminine trait) is the most disturbing, but goes to show why we are in such difficult times. They think they are preserving themselves but in reality, they are agreeing for others to continue to abuse them by denying what is going on. Such is the reality of "deals with the devil" and the mark, which this is a forerunner of

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Cool Breeze wrote:
Fri Aug 27, 2021 12:15 pm
brainwitty wrote:
Mon Aug 23, 2021 2:37 am
I saw 2 really detailed videos on the spanish flu. That flu eventually did take out a lot of young people. Main reason for its deadliness was the undernourishment of all the world's population due to ww1. The devastation of the lands left little agriculture and the lack of housing led to people being crammed into small rooms with no ventilation, no change of bedding, no sanitation, and no separation of ill and healthy people. That flu took 40% of the population in every country.
This conjob illness we now have is an excuse to have a lot of other agendas pushed onto us by force. Like the cashless society, forced vaccinations, bypassing of medical studies on new medicines and gene therapies, the elimination of small and medium businesses, the forced transfer of wealth from the lower classes to the upper classes, and the removal of tourist industries that led to widespread travels of all classes of people.
Why do you think that the things you have stated, which are pretty obvious, are not recognized by most? Is it due to boomers being used to a good life for most of their time? Media and other propaganda? More, weak or foolish people? All of the above?
Honestly, it was big-tech that has lead to so many finally seeing the truth. God makes good out of everything. YouTube has turned into a cesspool of propaganda, but at one time it was a good location to hear dissenting voices. Prior to the connected world we live within the only means for mass communications was the nightly news. They pushed their agendas and manipulated the people through programming and they continue to do it today. However, many of us have tuned out from MSM sources because we have found alternative ways to spend our time. As such, their programming is wearing off and we are starting to see the light while those that stay glued to the talking box on the wall comply.
Let's go Brandon!

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thomasglee wrote:
Sat Oct 09, 2021 10:12 am
Cool Breeze wrote:
Fri Aug 27, 2021 12:15 pm
brainwitty wrote:
Mon Aug 23, 2021 2:37 am
I saw 2 really detailed videos on the spanish flu. That flu eventually did take out a lot of young people. Main reason for its deadliness was the undernourishment of all the world's population due to ww1. The devastation of the lands left little agriculture and the lack of housing led to people being crammed into small rooms with no ventilation, no change of bedding, no sanitation, and no separation of ill and healthy people. That flu took 40% of the population in every country.
This conjob illness we now have is an excuse to have a lot of other agendas pushed onto us by force. Like the cashless society, forced vaccinations, bypassing of medical studies on new medicines and gene therapies, the elimination of small and medium businesses, the forced transfer of wealth from the lower classes to the upper classes, and the removal of tourist industries that led to widespread travels of all classes of people.
Why do you think that the things you have stated, which are pretty obvious, are not recognized by most? Is it due to boomers being used to a good life for most of their time? Media and other propaganda? More, weak or foolish people? All of the above?
Honestly, it was big-tech that has lead to so many finally seeing the truth. God makes good out of everything. YouTube has turned into a cesspool of propaganda, but at one time it was a good location to hear dissenting voices. Prior to the connected world we live within the only means for mass communications was the nightly news. They pushed their agendas and manipulated the people through programming and they continue to do it today. However, many of us have tuned out from MSM sources because we have found alternative ways to spend our time. As such, their programming is wearing off and we are starting to see the light while those that stay glued to the talking box on the wall comply.
Yes, the problem is that we have a society hooked on materialism, so many don't WANT to believe anything but the lies. Another part of the generational crisis, which is boomers and older not wanting to admit the truth because they are entitled to "muh benefits" most acting like children even though they lived in the greatest most prosperous time in any place in the history of the world.

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