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Saturday, August 06, 2016

Let them go their wicked ways

An eloquent reminder of why women should neither vote nor speak in church. Particularly self-declared "lifestyle theologians".
Evangelicals are endorsing Trump by and large because he promises to return our nation to the “good old days.” Trump promises to bring back steel and coal, to return our country to an immigrant-free land, and, with gusto, he promises to make America the world super power it used to be. His campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” has deeply resonated with leaders across the spectrum.

But our generation doesn’t quite know what that means. Don’t forget, we grew up during war times. On September 11th, 2001, I was in eighth grade. When the war in Iraq started, I was in high school. Graduation came and many of my high school friends enlisted. I can still remember my friend, Kyle, telling me he had enlisted and feeling this overwhelming sense that we were far too young for all of this. These are the days in which we have grown up. We haven’t known the days of peace and tranquility that older generations reminisce about and desire to return to. It’s not that we don’t think things should change, it’s just that we don’t know a different way.

But war was not the only thing the separated the “good old days” from today in many leaders’ minds. There were many “benefits” of that by-gone era for those supporting a traditionalist view. Women were in the home raising the children without complaint, the Christian feminist movement hadn’t yet touched the churches and immensely inconvenienced pastors who had not had to grapple with these issues in a long time, and the notion of being politically correct wasn’t as demanding on conference speakers, writers, and preachers as it is today. When some Evangelicals look back, they see more tranquil days simply because these things were absent. But when millennials look back, we see how far our society has come. Evangelicals have warned us against the allure of progressivism, but I’m here to say that we actually like the progress. We actually like that women are on their way to equal pay, we like that you can’t make a racist comment as a public figure and go unnoticed, and we like that there are more female theologians and teachers and professors than ever before in American history. So when you try to pull us back to the “good old days,” you’ll miss us.
She's right. National greatness doesn't appeal to these millennials because they have no idea what it is. They love their degradation and their evil. They crawl like animals and believe themselves superior to those who came before them and walked upright. They genuinely believe that a descent into a crime-ridden third-world hellhole that can't even teach children how to read, let alone put a man on the Moon, is "how far our society has come".

Let them go. They worship feminism, globalism, and progressivism, not Jesus Christ. Follow the Divine example and abandon them to the Hell of their own choosing. We don't need them. We don't need numbers. All we need is 12 God-fearing men.
You will be hard pressed to find a millennial nationalist outside of the Republican intern pool. Perhaps it is that international travel is more available to our generation, or that we are living in more diverse communities that celebrate that diversity, but we don’t think America is the only great country, and we certainly don’t think that America is a Christian country.

Evangelical leaders are not just supporting nationalism, but are elevating nationalism to a Christian virtue. Many point back to the founding fathers as Christian leaders in our nation and impress upon us that we must support the constitution and protect our country because it is a Christian thing to do. We have deeply muddied the language between serving our God and serving our country. Forget the martyrs of the faith around the world, posters show us that soldiers make the “ultimate sacrifice.” As Christian millennials, we just can’t buy this. We look over our shoulders at our nation’s history and wince a little. We don’t have a lot of national pride because we are waking up to the immense on-going racism that exists in our nation’s systems, the horrors of early American history, and the tragedies around the world that happen because every country has nationalists. So when you equate nationalism with Christian virtue, we’re out.
Then you're out and good riddance too. It's not so much that nationalism is a Christian virtue as anti-nationalism being a Satanic one; globalism is overtly anti-Christian Neo-Babelism. Foolish millennials like these belong to neither the nation nor the church and should be kicked out of both without hesitation or regret. Evangelicals aren't losing a generation, rather, Satan is running out of Baby Boomers and is in the process of reloading.

Although it may be tempting, there is no need to tell stupid young women like this to go to Hell. They are already well on their way.

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186 Comments:

Anonymous Frankenstein McBadperson August 06, 2016 10:33 AM  

"I sang in my chains like the sea." -- Dylan Thomas

Blogger Josh August 06, 2016 10:35 AM  

WTF is a lifestyle theologian?

Anonymous Bobby Farr August 06, 2016 10:40 AM  

Sadly, I think her positive description of Christianity as a bastion of traditionalism and nationalism is more a fantasy she has concocted in order to play the role of free thinking rebel bad girl than a reflection of reality. In this election Christianity has largely been used as a cloak to mask the weakness of cucks with the appearance of virtue. Those who have been most outspoken in arguing that their religion determines their politics have generally been the most anti-Trump.

Anonymous andon August 06, 2016 10:41 AM  

Evangelicals have warned us against the allure of progressivism, but I’m here to say that we actually like the progress. We actually like that women are on their way to equal pay, we like that you can’t make a racist comment as a public figure and go unnoticed, and we like that there are more female theologians and teachers and professors than ever before in American history. So when you try to pull us back to the “good old days,” you’ll miss us.

seemed to be reasonable until this paragraph.

and no, I wont miss you, one who pretends to speak for all millenials

Blogger Jamie-R August 06, 2016 10:42 AM  

Millennials are the worst. I recall the Heal The World of the 80s & Green thinking of the Seinfeldian 90s but who knew we were creating a hipster monster through our trend in educating awareness on rather pointless niche issues. These kids 10 years below me are all educated into the mindset and have never broken free. They reek of pharisaical moral posturing. I still recall Jerry Seinfeld on one of those Millennial talk shows saying his daughter said something's racist and pointedly said, "she doesn't even know what it means", that's them in a nutshell. Only thing they've got over Gen X is they're not big on the violent apathy the Hip Hop 90s introduced to my Gen and Metal & drugs did to the 80s. It's not a big positive, but it's easy to be around them because they're not gonna get all tough guy, they're a bunch of girls.

Anonymous Sam the Man August 06, 2016 10:42 AM  

Ahhhh....why the hit on baby boomers at the end? I suppose it could be that they raised the Millennials, but am not one to assume I know.

The one obvious flaw in her comments is that that there seems to be plenty of millennials who are traditional, they are the ones with kids or headed in that direction. The ones that have thrown all tradition on the ash heap of history will breed themselves out of existence.

That girl might want to read Burkes "reflections on the French revolution", she might find the modern mind set was fully in evidence in 1789.

Anonymous Steve August 06, 2016 10:46 AM  

How pozzed are Millenials anyway?

Sure, a lot of them are virtue-bitching SJW's like the one quoted above, but they also gave us 4chan, 8chan, and Pepe the Frog.

I'm optimistic about the kids.

Anonymous Sam the Man August 06, 2016 10:47 AM  

#5

I do not hold that any generation is the worst. The millennials were dealt bad cards, while some might be slackers not all are. Just because some urban chick who sees herself as a modern liberated chicks tries to speak for her generation, well that does not make it true. Heck here first statement of a high school friend who enlisted: the Army and Marines have had no problem getting combat arms enlistments throughout the war, she understands nothing of the appeal of war to her own generations males. She is merely shallow.

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents August 06, 2016 10:48 AM  

Trump polarizes to some degree naturally. This scares the GOPe because they've been the go-along-get-along crew for decades.

Millennials are all over the place, with some loudmouths claiming to speak for all the others. The "how to cater to millennials" argument has been going on in the Evangelical world for years with no conclusion reached, but lots of sure-to-work schemes. It's deja-Boomer all over again.

Bet if a man that Amy was attracted to showed up in a MAGA hat she'd find something about Trump to like.

Anonymous Godfrey August 06, 2016 10:54 AM  

"... waking up..."?

Millennials are a thoroughly brainwashed generation. "Their" beliefs were poured into their heads. They're the product of pervasive - and relentless - cultural indoctrination and central government "education". They're incapable of perceiving "the matrix" in which they live.

However there is hope. The internet is full of "red pills" if you choose to search for them. I started to question THE NARRATIVE after "Waco". Learning about THE FED was another important step. However I finally completely woke up after questioning and investigating the 9/11 event.

The first step towards wisdom is the realization that nothing is as it seems.

Blogger The Observer August 06, 2016 10:54 AM  

@7:

Steve, the Millenials are possibly the most polarised generation in recent history. The middle is being torn out, and it's either you're a blue-haired social justice freak, or you're a fashy 8chan 1488er.

The former gets a lot of the public spotlight, but a good chunk of the alt-right is comprised of young men in their 20's (a smattering of women present, but not relevant).

Anonymous andon August 06, 2016 10:57 AM  

or that we are living in more diverse communities that celebrate that diversity

Diversity!! Diversity!!

say it like you're mildly retarded and you're not quite sure what it is except that your teacher assured you it was wonderful

Blogger S1AL August 06, 2016 10:59 AM  

Hipsters. Freaking Hipsters.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother August 06, 2016 11:00 AM  

Without clicking to the linked article, this kind of bullshit sounds like it's coming from Rachel Held Evans. She is stupid enough to write this horseshit.

Blogger Erynne August 06, 2016 11:00 AM  

I can't keep my eyes from rolling whenever I read something by a female millennial.

Anonymous kfg August 06, 2016 11:00 AM  

"Don’t forget, we grew up during war times . . . We haven’t known the days of peace and tranquility that older generations reminisce about and desire to return to."

Ahhh, yes: '44 was a lovely year. The autumn of '50, the summer of '68, '92 . . .

" . . .many of my high school friends enlisted.

How many of them were drafted?

My chief complaint about Boomers is that they like to take credit for events at which they were merely child passengers at the back of the bus, not the driver.

My chief complaint about Millennials is that they have never outgrown the child's perception that history began when they were five years old.

Blogger Lovekraft August 06, 2016 11:01 AM  

Amen.

Blogger Paul Lutgen August 06, 2016 11:03 AM  

Vox why would someone close the comments. Does this section get expensive? Is the person afraid of the criticism or is there a different reason? The author of the article you are referencing closed the comments and there were several critical ones.

Anonymous andon August 06, 2016 11:07 AM  

and we certainly don’t think that America is a Christian country...

straight out of you know who's mouth

Anonymous Spirit of 76 August 06, 2016 11:07 AM  

Small sample error promoted into "facts".

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents August 06, 2016 11:07 AM  

@2 Josh, see @14, "lifestyle theologian" seems to be someone who tells you that whatever you're doing, God still luvs you. Then you buy her latest book. Because luv. Rachel Held Evans is one example.

Anonymous The Alethic Crusader August 06, 2016 11:08 AM  

"But our generation doesn’t quite know what that means."

Fear is the cornerstone of Millennials. We don't know how things could better so we desperately cling to what we have and what we know, a poverty mindset, fear of things getting worse, fear of change, fear of failure, fear of trying.

It is soul destroying.

Blogger Nemontel August 06, 2016 11:12 AM  

Vox, we all know that women are on average far more to the left than men, which is visible in their voting paterns. Not knowing anything about HBD, Crime Statistics or the actual situation in many of Americas Ghettos, it is absolutely not surprising that this dumb girl, most likely having been raised in a White Bubble suburb, would write something like this. She has no knowledge what the gigantic Debt Bubble of our entire world or the loss in average IQ over the last 50 Years actually means for the so called "Progress" she thinks we have enjoyed over the last decades. She knows nothing important to actually understand that our world is not progressing but degenerating fast right now! Only 3 years ago i was a stupid leftist just like her, before i discovered the Alt Right and all of the important information i now know. Looking back on my former self i now recognise that i knew nothing and was naive beyond believe. Like me She can see the light as well when provided with the necessary information. There are SJW out there who have such a small Amygdala, they truly can`t be rescued, but most of the average Libtards can. Keep up your good work in writing and providing information on your awesome blog, the more your traffic grows, the more people see the light!

Blogger Teri August 06, 2016 11:14 AM  

"Nobody knows the trouble I've seen. Nobody knows my sorrow...."

There was a time when women crossed the seas or plains, tended their children and struggled to turn primitive spots into civilized ones. I remind myself of it every time I read something like this. Modern women are such whiners. No one any time has ever had the struggles and burdens they have! You're right. Churches are better off without them.

Blogger Josh August 06, 2016 11:14 AM  

or that we are living in more diverse communities that celebrate that diversity

Odds she actually lives in a diverse community?

Blogger VD August 06, 2016 11:16 AM  

it is absolutely not surprising that this dumb girl, most likely having been raised in a White Bubble suburb, would write something like this

No, it is not. Not even in the slightest. But people like her will never change their minds until they feel the sting of rejection and contempt instead of being catered to as they expect.

Anonymous Gen. Kong August 06, 2016 11:17 AM  

Churchianism at its finest. Liberation theology in full flower, exemplified by the abomination seated upon the Throne of St. Peter. This is why a number of alt-right (mainly Euros) equate it with SJWism - for all intents and purposes it is, much like the Republican squad of the Bank Party in Kwa-bananaland. They fail to see the remnant because it is so small.

My chief complaint about Millennials is that they have never outgrown the child's perception that history began when they were five years old.

Boomers have the identical problem. The chief difference between the two are that time's passage has permitted some boomers to take the red pill, though far too few. Millennials are basically boomers on steroids. The solipsism (often masquerading as selflessness, especially with the Churchians) is even more pronounced with the Millennials, but again I expect boomers were much the same ca.1968 so time has given a few (too few) a rude awakening. To be fair, boomers were drafted as this was actually ended until 1975 or thereabouts. Their war (Vietnam) was like all wars of the past century - the legions of the Banana Empire sent overseas to make money for its masters.

Anonymous Godfrey August 06, 2016 11:17 AM  

Millennials are young, thus naïve. They haven't learned to question things yet. They believe THE NARATIVE they've been fed. Just like I did when I was young.

Keep fighting the intellectual guerrilla war. Wake up as many of them as you can. The key is helping them take that very first step. THAT is the weakness of THE SYSTEM... once the scales begin to fall from the eyes it can't be stopped.

It takes decades of indoctrination to blind a man to the world around him. It only takes moments to help him begin to see again.

Blogger Josh August 06, 2016 11:17 AM  

Her post reminds me of the post by the dumb college student in Iowa who is mad at the church because of gay marriage and she is so totally not midwest because she went to a Macklemore concert and watches Tina Fey.

Blogger Josh August 06, 2016 11:19 AM  

Millennials are young, thus naïve. They haven't learned to question things yet. They believe THE NARATIVE they've been fed. Just like I did when I was young.

The oldest Millenials are in their mid-thirties now. That's not that young.

Anonymous Godfrey August 06, 2016 11:27 AM  

@30 Josh

Sadly I didn't take my first serious step until around 33. It's been a process ever since, but that first step was EXTREMELY important.

An acquaintance with libertarian leanings gave me "Waco: The Rules of Engagement". I smirked, but watched it later that evening... and then the scales began to fall from my eyes.

Anonymous Leatherwing August 06, 2016 11:28 AM  

But people like her will never change their minds until they feel the sting of rejection and contempt instead of being catered to as they expect.

Based on the fact that she closed the comments, and the content of her previous post, it sounds like she's not feeling like a special snowflake at the moment:
http://amygannett.com/2016/07/22/rethinking-the-rhetoric-three-ways-to-navigate-the-unsafe-spaces-of-social-media/

A couple of lines(but the rest is worth reading):

Over the last several months this experience has become more and more the norm on social media. This week, I was finally able to put words to this increasingly common experience: social media doesn’t feel safe anymore. Maybe it never was, and it is just catching up to me now. Maybe things have changed or maybe I’m just more aware. Either way, I am faced with the need to relearn how to navigate the unsafe spaces of social media.


Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother August 06, 2016 11:29 AM  

Without clicking to the linked article, this kind of bullshit sounds like it's coming from Rachel Held Evans. She is stupid enough to write this horseshit.

Blogger Brian Niemeier August 06, 2016 11:34 AM  

"WTF is a lifestyle theologian?"

An example of the adjective modifying the noun.

Blogger Crude August 06, 2016 11:37 AM  

The response of 'Fine, then leave' seems to screw with millenials like this the most. They seem to not understand that some people just plain don't want them around.

Anonymous Jill August 06, 2016 11:38 AM  

There are an awful lot of young men who should shut the hell up as well, whose words are indistinguishable from this.

Blogger Undocumented Pharmacist August 06, 2016 11:41 AM  

I don't think its accurate to treat millennials as a monolithic bloc. I met a 19yo Aussie girl this summer who grew up on a farm and seemed to have her head screwed on right. I would have proposed, but the wife gets tetchy about that kind of thing. A couple of others in her group also seemed to be fairly reality-based, though they had to be constantly reassured that I wasn't going to narc on them to the PC police if they said something that didn't support the narrative. Girl from Scotland was a superlative example of the millennial we've all grown to despise. Anti-Brexit. Pro-immigration. Etc, etc... I kept talking to her just to see if she would ever say anything that made sense. I came away disappointed.

Blogger Dave August 06, 2016 11:42 AM  

@18

I was going to ask if she had already shut down the comments then I saw your post.

C'mon Paul, are you seriously asking Vox if comment sections are expensive? or if she is afraid of criticism? Could be you have a very dry sense of humor perhaps.

Anonymous Jill August 06, 2016 11:45 AM  

"Without clicking to the linked article, this kind of bullshit sounds like it's coming from Rachel Held Evans." This woman sounds much younger than RHE, who is at least 30.

Blogger Josh August 06, 2016 11:45 AM  

I don't think its accurate to treat millennials as a monolithic bloc

Is it accurate to treat _____ as a monolithic bloc?

Blogger GracieLou August 06, 2016 11:47 AM  

Millennials are polarized. The cream of the crop are incredible, hard working, competent, responsible and hilariously gritty. Then you have...the rest. The "cream" carry the load for the worthless-as-hell skims. What I find fascinating is they do so without complaint, being so used to their excellence going unrewarded and all the trophies going to mouth breathers.

I can't decide if there is a difference between millennials raised by Boomers vs x'ers. Might be. My daughter is alt-right, cynical and diligent (they made her a restaurant manager in high school!). Most of her peers had Boomer parents. She seems different.

Anonymous kfg August 06, 2016 11:48 AM  

@27: "Boomers have the identical problem. The chief difference between the two are that time's passage has permitted some boomers to take the red pill . . ."

I know it can look that way, but it isn't really correct. Boomers grew up watching 30's musicals and gangster movies, noir, and WWII movies. WWII still permeated the culture. They read Kipling, London and Conrad.

Millennials are triggered by anything produced before 1990 and don't read.

Greatest got their sense of self importance by believing they were making history.

Boomers got their sense of self importance by being aware of history, and believing they were creating the end of it.

Millennials get their sense of self importance by believing they are history.

Blogger Revelation Means Hope August 06, 2016 11:49 AM  

What we are seeing here is the following:
"Christian" parents who have made the mothers work outside the home.
Have sent their children to public school "as a mission".
Have allowed public school trained teachers to teach in the christian academies.
Have allowed the christian schools to use public school education materials.

Most of all, have embraced having the best evangelical tool in Satan's arsenal into each of their homes. I'm talking about the television set. I can count on my hands and feet (I have all of my fingers and toes, so that's 20) how many christian's I've met in my lifetime who refuse to allow a television into their homes.

Blogger Whisker biscuit August 06, 2016 11:50 AM  

K-Love theology!

Anonymous rubberducky August 06, 2016 11:50 AM  

She says the difference is that she grew up in wartime? I belly-laughed out loud right there. Couldn't stop myself. Wow what pretentious, precocious, protected, and clueless little twit.

Anonymous kfg August 06, 2016 11:52 AM  

"They read Kipling, London and Conrad."

Throw in Captain American, original version, and Sgt. Rock.

Anonymous Frankenstein McBadperson August 06, 2016 11:53 AM  

"We don’t have a lot of national pride because we are waking up to the immense on-going racism that exists in our nation’s systems"

You mean, the immense on-going anti-White racism that exists in our nation's (((systems))).

Just to clear things up.

Anonymous Philipp August 06, 2016 11:54 AM  

"diverse communities that celebrate that diversity"

She is refering to the Syrian civil war here, right?

Anonymous kfg August 06, 2016 11:54 AM  

@45:

The mall food court is hell.

Blogger Inventive August 06, 2016 11:58 AM  

Yeah, it's anecdotal, but I'm a millennial, with millennial friends. I wouldn't call them all nationalists, or alt right, and I'm sure they wouldn't either. But they're hard working men who live in predominantly white neighborhoods, take care of their wife and kids and fear encroaching government and forced diversity...
Most of them have pledged to homeschool their kids to avoid the brainwashing, and work their butts off to make sure that their woman can stay home to do so.
They're unhappy with the way the mainstream Western Church has fallen, and are looking for alternatives in more traditional and orthodox churches.
But they don't get on the interwebz and write some long winded screed about all of that, they're too busy working and spending time with family and God.
Don't judge all millennials by these articles, for every article like this you read, remember that there's a ton of millennials out there trying their best to live the way their forefathers did. Honoring God, family, and their nation.

Anonymous Be Not Afraid August 06, 2016 11:59 AM  

Well, she says she went to seminary; she has a nose ring and says she's married to the "cutest boy I have e'er laid eyes on."

If I had to guess, I'd say she's getting ready to get naughty. Breaking away from constraints is part of that process, and her note sounds like someone looking for a reason to bail on her religion. I wonder how many mission trips (also called "service trips," what Churchian women do when they are on a "mission" to get "serviced" by the locals) are on her calendar?

Anonymous DissidentRight August 06, 2016 12:00 PM  

You will be hard pressed to find a millennial nationalist outside of the Republican intern pool.

Good, then you won’t see me coming.

We don’t have a lot of national pride because we are waking up to the immense on-going racism that exists in our nation’s systems

Go to hell.

Anonymous Kyle August 06, 2016 12:02 PM  

Speaking as someone who unhesitatingly describes himself as a Christian, Millennial Nationalist:

I can't find much wrong with Vox's analysis of this tripe.

The biggest issue with Millennials is that they've been indoctrinated by politically-correct bilge ever since they were still in the cradle. Many have a genuine desire to do good in the world, but they've been so brainwashed by the globalist media-education complex that they pursue policies and vote for people who wreck their nation, rather than make it a better place. They are conditioned and psychologically gerrymandered with intellectually bankrupt ideas like white privilege and feminism because they've never known anything else, and when somebody challenges their Narrative, they freak out because it goes against their programming.

For me, diving deep into the language and culture of Japan (and living there a few years) awoke a renewed sense of pride in my native people and culture. My international experience made me more nationalist, not less.

"It's not so much that nationalism is a Christian virtue as anti-nationalism being a Satanic one; globalism is overtly anti-Christian Neo-Babelism"

I've been thinking a lot about how Globalism is essentially Neo-Babelism. I'd be really interesting in reading more thoughts on this if anyone else has written on it in particular.

Anonymous kfg August 06, 2016 12:03 PM  

" . . . there's a ton of millennials out there trying their best to live the way their forefathers did."

Sure, and Col. Kratman is a Boomer, and Tim Leary was a Greatest.

Anonymous kfg August 06, 2016 12:05 PM  

"The biggest issue with Millennials is that they've been indoctrinated by politically-correct bilge ever since they were still in the cradle."

And they are the teachers now.

Blogger VFM #7634 August 06, 2016 12:05 PM  

Millennials are also about 45% nonwhite, and I suspect most of the white liberal Millennials are the only children of liberal Baby Boomers.

From Ann Coulter: "According to Pew Research, 54 percent of white voters under 30 voted for Romney and only 41 percent for Obama." (Source: AMERICA NEARS EL TIPPING POINTO)

Blogger tz August 06, 2016 12:10 PM  

They wish Christianity without Christ, Evangelism without the Gospel. They wish the fruits without the tree.
They also think food comes from Wal-Mart. The next economic crisis will be brutal, but karmic justice.

Blogger bob k. mando August 06, 2016 12:10 PM  

"WTF is a lifestyle theologian?"

34. Brian Niemeier August 06, 2016 11:34 AM
An example of the adjective modifying the noun.



...so that the noun is no longer recognizable.



NAMALT

Blogger tz August 06, 2016 12:11 PM  

"He died for your sins".
"What sins?".

Blogger pyrrhus August 06, 2016 12:11 PM  

Those who know not history.....shall perish.

Anonymous Frankenstein McBadperson August 06, 2016 12:14 PM  

"They haven't learned to question things yet. They believe THE NARATIVE they've been fed. Just like I did when I was young."

I keep hearing this sort of thing on the internet, people who are former libtards who were, I guess red-pilled (if I understand the saying right) after years of being a blind, loony leftist. That's great, if they've awoken to reality, and I don't mean to be a scold. But, my question is... how on earth did you ever believe all that nonsense in the first place? All you had to do, ever, was look around.

I look out the window, and I,
I call that education.
-- Talking Heads

Blogger pyrrhus August 06, 2016 12:15 PM  

Well, at least I know 2 millennials who don't buy this horsesh*t.....

Blogger Nemontel August 06, 2016 12:21 PM  

Josh wrote:Odds she actually lives in a diverse community?

The odds are very low. Libtards ALWAYS think they are already experiencing diversity by living close to a couple of above average IQ white-presenting minorities at most. But in reality they get all of their news and information about diversity from (((TV))). I know, since i was one only 3 years ago at the age of 22.

Anonymous BGKB August 06, 2016 12:25 PM  

We need to tell millennial girls that if they don't have kids by the time they are 35 its not likely to happen. Leftists love to teach kids about sex, especially first hand, but don't want them knowing about fertility. The odds of having kids without medical assistance after 40 is 5%. Let them know that they will be a lonely career cat lady, whose taxes pay for Latrina's 21 crack babies, but will not get back any money from social security.

Bet if a man that Amy was attracted to showed up in a MAGA hat she'd find something about Trump to like

She would probably find something to like in a guy that punched her in the face.

Millennials are a thoroughly brainwashed generation. "Their" beliefs were poured into their heads.

Many know they are forced to repeat lies. Contact with non Asian minorities will be even more powerful with the bath house Barry equality in punishment school plan, they will have to suspend Asians for chewing gum, an let blacks raping in hallways off with a warning.

"They read Kipling, London and Conrad." Throw in Captain American

The first issue of Captain African American had him marching in a gay pride parade and beating up rednecks lead by a Masked TRUMP.

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Anonymous Godfrey August 06, 2016 12:32 PM  

There are two types of people. Those who question THE NARRATIVE and those who don't.

Our job is to get people to question THE NARRATIVE.

Anonymous kfg August 06, 2016 12:33 PM  

"They also think food comes from Wal-Mart."

There's a room in the back where the fairies whip it up during the night shift.

And it's not just food, it's just about everything. Having never made anything much more complicated than a finger painting they don't understand that people can make things.

If you can't buy it at Walmart, it can't exist.

It's one of the reasons they think that gun control would eradicate the availability of guns. No Walmart gun fairies, no guns. Simple, innit?

Anonymous Sensei August 06, 2016 12:38 PM  

Speaking with millennials as a millennial, there is a little dance you do in conversations, raising an issue and then seeing how they react. As someone above pointed out, there's no middle ground (except the apathetics who are mostly busy trying to catch pokemon now), so either you get wide-eyed horror/uneasy contempt when they discover you're "one of those (un)people," or else cautious but direct eye contact as the other person wonders if maybe, just maybe, you're sane too, and an ally.
There's an alliance of the sane building underneath all the progressive hysteria, but millennials have never been taught to lead, nor seen much good leadership in their life. The young Alt-Right at present is coalescing around those willing to take the societal condemnation most millennials (sane or not) don't dare face. There's a nascent social revolution brewing, but it lacks critical mass and the willingness to "go there" and face the shrieking condemnation of society. Living or dying based on the approval of their peers and wider peerdom of society is a weakness of millennials, but one that older generations can help them grow out of.

Anonymous Godfrey August 06, 2016 12:43 PM  

@61
Actually I was an establishment Republican type in my youth. I was in High School during the era of FORCED busing (i.e. integration). So I knew diversity wasn't such a great thing from an early age.

Blogger Nate August 06, 2016 12:46 PM  

"Due to the heavy comment traffic and my inability to field and/or respond to each, I’m going to close comments at this time. Thanks for engaging!"

***chuckle***

Yeah sugar... that's exactly why you closed the comments.

Blogger Nate August 06, 2016 12:47 PM  

"There are an awful lot of young men who should shut the hell up as well, whose words are indistinguishable from this."

This is a primary complaint I have with millennials.

I cannot tell the whiney spoiled moronic males from the whiney spoiled moronic females.

Anonymous Jill August 06, 2016 12:52 PM  

What is this pre-war time she speaks of?

Blogger Paul Lutgen August 06, 2016 12:54 PM  

It was when Bill Clinton was in office.

Blogger Matthew August 06, 2016 12:56 PM  

Josh wrote:WTF is a lifestyle theologian?

It's a euphemism for [quasi-] reformed slut.

Blogger Zen Trader August 06, 2016 12:57 PM  

Another interesting issue the article raises, albeit indirectly, is that you can't practice two religions at the same time. She might not want to admit it, but she's not a Christian at all. She's a progressive, and progressivism is a religion all its own. There are no Christian Progressives, just as there are no Christian Muslims.

Blogger Nate August 06, 2016 12:57 PM  

"It was when Bill Clinton was in office."

so by pre-war... she means when a democrat regime was bombing eastern europe back to the stoneage with cruise missiles... to distract everyone from the fact that he was getting blown by a chubby intern.

Blogger Matthew August 06, 2016 12:59 PM  

Jill wrote:There are an awful lot of young men who should shut the hell up as well, whose words are indistinguishable from this.

TEAM WOMAN ARRIVES

Anonymous Frankenstein McBadperson August 06, 2016 12:59 PM  

"67. Sensei August 06, 2016 12:38 PM

Speaking with millennials as a millennial,"

As a millennial? Do you know what the word "sensei" actually means? Or perhaps just Yoda-sprech to you it is?

Well, maybe you're just an old soul, as they say. Or sei. What difference would it be to you?

Blogger Nate August 06, 2016 1:00 PM  

" There are no Christian Progressives, just as there are no Christian Muslims. "

Precisely. The basic premise of progressivism and the basic core of Christianity are mutually exclusive.

Anonymous VFM #6306 August 06, 2016 1:00 PM  

Eden, Jill. See, she blames her mother.

Blogger Zen Trader August 06, 2016 1:01 PM  

Another interesting issue the article raises, albeit indirectly, is that you can't practice two religions at the same time. She might not want to admit it, but she's not a Christian at all. She's a progressive, and progressivism is a religion all its own. There are no Christian Progressives, just as there are no Christian Muslims.

Blogger Undocumented Pharmacist August 06, 2016 1:01 PM  

Is it accurate to treat _____ as a monolithic bloc?

Blacks voting 90% Democrat would be an example. Functionally, if not literally a bloc.

Anonymous VFM #6306 August 06, 2016 1:06 PM  

The millenials are a generation, as a whole, that may be worth losing: like a bucket of dead bait. Still, you can chum if there's any blood left in them at all, so God bless the millenial and let's get to fishing.

Blogger guest August 06, 2016 1:10 PM  

Don't just blame the schools for this. Blame the denominations that don't teach that scripture is the written and inerrant word of God. Blame parents of this generation who were too busy getting divorced and remarried to another spouse, to bother with challenging school boards and the laws for teaching children fables, as facts. The parents of the 70s,80, and 90s who paid taxes for schools to teach their children that their beliefs were wrong were sheep-like apostates long before this wicked generation came along.

BioLogos explains neither sin or redemption, without Genesis. The Greeks in the first century, who accepted the gospel, were first introduced to the Septuagint. And yet this is the only "gospel" the world tolerates. One church after another has fallen to this heresy. Ironically, it was embraced by these wayward churches "to keep the young people."

Anonymous Longtime Lurker August 06, 2016 1:14 PM  

"Who Knows Only His Own Generation Remains Always A Child."

Blogger residentMoron August 06, 2016 1:16 PM  

"Satan is running out of Baby Boomers and is in the process of reloading."

It may be unfair to some boomers, as others have protested above, but you can still admire the artistry of it.

Boomers have become more corrupt than any other current generation simply because they've been exercising power for too long, cf. Lord Acton.

But they are dying off and a new wave of corruption is rising in their place. Don't be afraid, our Lord walks on the water.

Blogger GoodShipG August 06, 2016 1:17 PM  

Proud mother of an alt right millenniel son, out there shaking things up in his realm and having fun doing it.

Blogger residentMoron August 06, 2016 1:22 PM  

OT: the Amish are getting restless again:

"A man shot by police after he attacked two officers with a machete in the Belgian city of Charleroi has died.

The women officers' injuries are not life-threatening.

The assailant is said to have shouted "Allahu Akbar" ("God is great" in Arabic) during the assault outside the city's main police station.
"

--from the BBC.

Blogger Blunt Force August 06, 2016 1:26 PM  

@ 9. "Bet if a man that Amy was attracted to showed up in a MAGA hat she'd find something about Trump to like."

Yep , just like many show up at sports events even though they could care less about the game. The proclivity for pretense on the woman’s’ part makes me distrust the many who claim they support Trump. Will this enthusiasm for the Trump rallies transfer to the voting booth or will the desire to protect their government granted security blanket be too much of a temptation to overcome?

As K. Lott has shown in the white paper Did Women's Suffrage Change the Size and Scope of Government,women as a bloc vote self-interest over the greater interest of the nation in the majority of elections and the explosive growth of government since women got the vote proves this beyond any doubt. Will this election be any different? Don't bet on it.

Blogger Al From Bay Shore August 06, 2016 1:27 PM  

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Blogger Al From Bay Shore August 06, 2016 1:29 PM  

@64
The article linked by Vox made me more depressed about the future. I was on the verge of saying "Screw it, there's no hope whatsoever. We're screwed..." Then I read "... Latrina's 21 crack babies..." That stopped everything and I had to take several minutes to laugh. That "ish" was hysterical. I walked around my house repeating that over and over in order to laugh some more. In fact, I'm still laughing at that. That sense of dread I had earlier has lessened substantially.

Anonymous Bz August 06, 2016 1:30 PM  

OT: Inexplicable machete attack in Belgium.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3726916/Two-Belgian-policemen-attacked-machete-wielding-assailant-shouting-Arabic.html

"Charleroi has often been associated with extremist gangs, especially as a place where weapons are kept."

Blogger Cash August 06, 2016 1:32 PM  

I hate that the left has taken over the label "millennial." There are freaking articles on every topic defining "the millenials." Of course they are defined by the left as leftist against that terrible old order.

Blogger Cash August 06, 2016 1:35 PM  

Nate wrote:" There are no Christian Progressives, just as there are no Christian Muslims. "

Precisely. The basic premise of progressivism and the basic core of Christianity are mutually exclusive.


I'll give'em till they are 30. After that they are not Christian.

We had a very politically progressive young family in my church. The father came out that he could no longer believe that Jesus is the only way and that he couldn't teach his son that. Basically he had two religions and the non-Christian one won out.

Anonymous Longtime Lurker August 06, 2016 1:38 PM  

As with all generalizations, caution is indicated, so here goes:

As a group, Millennials are:

Overly socialized.
Overly medicated.
Overly indebted.
Overly monitored.
Overly obedient.
Overly idealistic.
Overly exploited.

And increasingly plugged into alternate realities – progressively disconnecting themselves from intimate contact with reality.

Anonymous HoosierHillbilly August 06, 2016 1:39 PM  

Maybe this is where we Millennials are failing in the war?

There are plenty of us that get up and go to work in the morning and leave after a full day of work. Then it is out to the shop, out to the woods, out to the racetrack in the evenings and weekends. No time for this crap. We grew up around these whiny chicks all our lives and just learned to ignore them.

Is it the wrong response in the war to just keep withdrawing into our own spheres? Plenty of us millennials in the sticks don't ever hear this nonsense. Don't get me wrong, we're not hermits. Just quiet little groups form and coalesce that never get the airplay, don't get recognized.

And that is the way we like it.

Anonymous Be Not Afraid August 06, 2016 1:40 PM  

@93
So, did the family do the decent thing and leave, or are they on the Board now, changing the church to their liking?

Anonymous Cyclone Bob August 06, 2016 1:40 PM  

OT residentMoron: The women officers' injuries are not life-threatening.

The assailant is said to have shouted "Allahu Akbar" ("God is great" in Arabic)



Excrement reporting as usual, by the HeebBC. One woman has severe facial lacerations, ie, she is ruined as a woman (but let's call it Non-Life Threatening). Second, 'allahu akbar' is not Arabic for 'God is great'; it means 'Allah is great'. Stop blaspheming the one true God with that misquote, yew bastards.

Anonymous johnc August 06, 2016 1:42 PM  

@88 Will this enthusiasm for the Trump rallies transfer to the voting booth or will the desire to protect their government granted security blanket be too much of a temptation to overcome?

To be honest, Trump hasn't even threatened the security blanket and hasn't really proposed curtailing government expenses.

Most of Trump's primary talking points should ordinarily resonate with women: greater security and protection, better jobs for their families, and fixing the broken healthcare system.

Blogger Leo Little Book in Shenzhen August 06, 2016 1:43 PM  

Moral Therapeutic Deist churchian theologette.

Is she preaching goddess yet?

7th knitting circle of Hell.

Babeless teats make silly bleats.

Anonymous Cyclone Bob August 06, 2016 1:44 PM  

@Al from Bay Shore,
It aint ish. Keep laughing about Latrinas crackbabies, all the way to the bank.

Anonymous Frankenstein McBadperson August 06, 2016 1:44 PM  

"It may be unfair to some boomers"

There is no such thing as being unfair to boomers. In fact, being 'unfair' to them is a very good way to be actually fair with them.

Too bad nooses have gone out of style, because in a just world, we'd need millions.

I don't know, maybe I've been too subtle and circumspect.

Every. Single. Boomer. Should. Be. Burned. Alive.

Huh, I feel better already.

Blogger residentMoron August 06, 2016 1:46 PM  

Also noteworthy is that the two armed women police officers did not return fire.

A third, male officer, who happened to be nearby, shot and killed their assailant.

No doubt it is politically incorrect to observe that weakness invites attack from certain quarters, but there you go. It is apparently true of both nations and individuals.

Anonymous Stickwick August 06, 2016 1:52 PM  

We haven’t known the days of peace and tranquility that older generations reminisce about and desire to return to.

Are kids these days seriously this ignorant? They've never heard of the Gulf War, the Cold War, Vietnam, Korea, a little thing called WWII? That peace and tranquility this twit is talking about didn't come from a lack of conflict in the world, but from older generations: a) building civilization, not pulling it down; and b) putting their trust and hope in Eternity, not in this world.

Blogger YIH August 06, 2016 1:54 PM  

Paul Lutgen wrote:Vox why would someone close the comments. Does this section get expensive? Is the person afraid of the criticism or is there a different reason? The author of the article you are referencing closed the comments and there were several critical ones.
I won't snark. Criticism more often than not. The 'flow' of comments were going in a direction that the Original Poster didn't like. Instead of policing comments (for whatever reason) it becomes ''comments off''.
Especially to SJWs like this one, any, even mild, disagreement is ''trolling''.

Blogger Blunt Force August 06, 2016 1:59 PM  

johnc wrote:Most of Trump's primary talking points should ordinarily resonate with women: greater security and protection, better jobs for their families, and fixing the broken healthcare system.

Th bloc vote is not about guideddirection, but more about collective appeal. The herd is captured and turned by talking points.Policy has very little appeal to bloc voters.

Blogger Thordaddy August 06, 2016 2:05 PM  

Vox Day...

What in the world makes this female a "woman?"

And it should be clear by now that white Christians MUST CONVERT to wS so that a distinct understanding can be made about a certain type of racialized Christian versus his "self-annihilating for salvation" mainstream "Christian" cohorts.

Blogger Cash August 06, 2016 2:05 PM  

Be Not Afraid wrote:@93

So, did the family do the decent thing and leave, or are they on the Board now, changing the church to their liking?


They are gone. I knew they would never last.

The mother was freaking crazy so no one cried any tears.

Blogger Jon M August 06, 2016 2:15 PM  

"That girl might want to read Burkes "reflections on the French revolution","

She might want to read A history book. Her concept of the difficulty of growing up in wartime wartime is based on 2006. Oh the sacrifice and sorrow of watching 3000 men die over a decade. Chicago does better business in corpses than her idea of wartime.

Why would anyone take generational analysis from a historical illiterate like this seriously?

Blogger Cash August 06, 2016 2:17 PM  

This women just needs to stop thinking and start having babies. Give her a few election cycles and she'll be wanting to MAGA.

I know a lot of these types by virtue of my age and church. I listen to them talk and shake my head in a funny way that let's them know I think they are full of sh*t. I say "I think you are okay and once you find a good man and have a baby you won't believe any of this stuff so it really doesn't matter. Or else you'll end up with a lot of cats. How old are you? Well you may want to get on to that finding a man thing because you are nearing peak fertility."

About 4/5 girls love it and the other will actively avoid me. Works well.

Anonymous kfg August 06, 2016 2:26 PM  

"She might want to read A history book."

Full of misogyny and racism. Probably written by a cishetwhitemalenazishitlord.

Trigger Warning! Historical.

" . . . watching 3000 men die over a decade."

She didn't even do that, not even on television. She heard a rumour about it.

How many of her friends who enlisted did she actually see dead in a box?

Anonymous kfg August 06, 2016 2:32 PM  

"We need to tell millennial girls that if they don't have kids by the time they are 35 its not likely to happen."

[Danica] Patrick, 34, has thought about a family "Of course, I'm a girl," Patrick said. "But it's not anything in the urgent department yet." But, she added, "I'm not married and I have a job."

Blogger Thordaddy August 06, 2016 2:42 PM  

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Blogger Thordaddy August 06, 2016 2:44 PM  

Alt-riters call them "women" and they call themselves "girls." Conclusion? Collusion.

Blogger Undocumented Pharmacist August 06, 2016 2:46 PM  

"A man shot by police after he attacked two officers with a machete in the Belgian city of Charleroi has died.

They make it sound like a bad thing. Really kind of the same tone as, " Theodor Geisel beloved children's author known as Dr. Suess has died."

I would have written it like this, "Hero Policeman Rescues Two Females Wearing Clothing Similar To His from Crazed Machete-wielding Muslim Invader"

Anonymous Opus August 06, 2016 2:46 PM  

I was intrigued to learn that a war is ongoing in the United States.

Recently I casually perused the Facebook page of an attractive young woman recently made Fb friends with my 21 year old nephew. She shared a photo of a Black Infant and a White girl (never, note, a white boy and an asian girl) accompanied by the caption 'There is only one Race'. I might have taken issue with that had I access to the Share but not having such and not wishing to embarrass my nephew I scrolled down through her seven hundred or so Fb friends - not one Black or Brown person.

Blogger GracieLou August 06, 2016 2:48 PM  

@HoosierHillbilly
That's what my daughter does. I say, "How can you stand this? Don't you ever engage?" She's like, "Nope. Ain't nobody got time." She mocks it all, in a detached way.

She keeps a very, very tight rein on things. I notice this with other red pill millennials. It must be what people were like under Soviet Russia, not buying the bullsh*t, but not challenging it either. Trying to stay balanced lest one end up in the gulags or drinking-strained-paint-thinner drunk.

Anonymous Ultra August 06, 2016 2:55 PM  

The heart and mind of the young woman who wrote this definitely burns with love for a Jewish prophet. Unfortunately that prophet is Karl Marx not Jesus.

Anonymous andon August 06, 2016 3:00 PM  

92. Blogger Cash August 06, 2016 1:32 PM
I hate that the left has taken over the label "millennial." There are freaking articles on every topic defining "the millenials." Of course they are defined by the left as leftist against that terrible old order.


I don't like any of these stupid labels

"im a baby boomer, whats you - gen x, gen y?"

im a human being mf'er

Anonymous Thirty Million Black Men August 06, 2016 3:08 PM  

"But, she added, "I'm not married and I have a job."'

Where you at, white bitch? I'm-a come get wit you.

Anonymous kfg August 06, 2016 3:26 PM  

I note that Patrick left out the bit where she used to be married.

Anonymous greywrath August 06, 2016 3:33 PM  

@ 101
This white
christian nationalist boomer says... come gitya some.

Anonymous J. J. August 06, 2016 3:41 PM  

I'd bet money she got critcized, so was "triggered".

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents August 06, 2016 3:55 PM  

How many of these can YOU spot in the OP? It's like SJW trigger bingo.

Blogger dienw August 06, 2016 3:59 PM  

Feminism hates literacy.

Blogger CM August 06, 2016 4:21 PM  

Gen Y/Millenial woman here to claim "nationalist". Against all odds, I came out of HS AP American History a Nationalist.

Anonymous Gen. Kong August 06, 2016 4:29 PM  

Cyclone Bob wrote:OT residentMoron: The women officers' injuries are not life-threatening.

The assailant is said to have shouted "Allahu Akbar" ("God is great" in Arabic)


Excrement reporting as usual, by the HeebBC. One woman has severe facial lacerations, ie, she is ruined as a woman (but let's call it Non-Life Threatening). Second, 'allahu akbar' is not Arabic for 'God is great'; it means 'Allah is great'. Stop blaspheming the one true God with that misquote, yew bastards.


Why expect anything less from the (((British))) Lügenpresse? Down to their usual standards. Oddly they might have accidentally been more honest about the object of worship than we realize at first. While this question will no doubt be highly offensive to all Churchians, we must ask it nevertheless:

Is there really any substantive difference between the spirit worshipped by Mohammedans and that worshipped by Talmudists - or SJWs for that matter? Allah is also the name of an old Arabic mood god and the name of the black meteorite embedded in the wall of the K'aaba at the center of the Great Mosque of Mecca, endlessly circled by Mohammedans for nearly 1500 years. Since it has been written that Satan can manifest himself as a angel of light, he could just as easily manifest as a moon god. The "fruit" of the Mohammedan, the Talmudist and the SJW are all basically the same - reeking, filled with maggots, rot and death - are they not?

Anonymous kfg August 06, 2016 4:57 PM  

God is a Germanic barbarian substitute word. The correct phrase, is "Abba is great."

If you change your mind, I'm the first in line . . .

Blogger Dexter August 06, 2016 5:02 PM  

But war was not the only thing the separated the “good old days” from today in many leaders’ minds. There were many “benefits” of that by-gone era for those supporting a traditionalist view. Women were in the home raising the children without complaint, the Christian feminist movement hadn’t yet touched the churches and immensely inconvenienced pastors who had not had to grapple with these issues in a long time, and the notion of being politically correct wasn’t as demanding on conference speakers, writers, and preachers as it is today.

Oh FFS she is talking about 2001 like it was the 1950s.

I remember 2001 very well, and it was not a traditionalist utopia in which women stayed home raising children without complaint and there weren't any strident feminists in Churches. Hell, the 1980s weren't even like that.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash August 06, 2016 5:02 PM  

kfg wrote:The correct phrase, is "Abba is great."

Mamma Mia!

Anonymous JAG August 06, 2016 5:39 PM  

We haven’t known the days of peace and tranquility that older generations reminisce about and desire to return to.

I am of an older generation than this nitwit. I grew up with the threat of nuclear extinction at any moment the USSR decided it was go time. Once again it is always year zero with the Millennials. The most ignorant generation ever.

Blogger Matthew McDaniel August 06, 2016 5:51 PM  

The vast majority of Alt-Righters I've met online are millennialist & very young. There's still hope. Let the chaff blow in the wind tho.

Blogger tz August 06, 2016 6:02 PM  

Millennials are a thoroughly brainwashed generation. "Their" beliefs were poured into their heads.

One buries, not washes the dead.

Blogger tz August 06, 2016 6:03 PM  

As the year 2000 approached we worried about the Millennium Bug.
Now we have to worry about a locust sized swarm.

Blogger Jon M August 06, 2016 6:07 PM  

"That girl might want to read Burkes "reflections on the French revolution","

She might want to read A history book. Her concept of the difficulty of growing up in wartime wartime is based on 2006. Oh the sacrifice and sorrow of watching 3000 men die over a decade. Chicago does better business in corpses than her idea of wartime.

Why would anyone take generational analysis from a historical illiterate like this seriously?

Blogger John Wright August 06, 2016 6:14 PM  

"I’m here to say that we actually like the progress. We actually like that women are on their way to equal pay, we like that you can’t make a racist comment as a public figure and go unnoticed..."

Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!

Anonymous kfg August 06, 2016 6:17 PM  

"One buries, not washes the dead."

It's time to reread the Gospels.

The washing is typically done by specialists, out of sight, these days, but it is still typically done.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash August 06, 2016 6:21 PM  

Stop and think for a moment about the alt-Right. An awful lot of the alt-Right is millenial. An even greater percentage of the 1488ers are millenials.
As bad-ass as you GenXers think you are, the ultras of the then next wave will come from the millenial ranks.

You don't hear from the conservative, Christian or alt-Right millenials, because they've been taught from 6 years or younger that speaking up and drawing attention to your less-than-Marxist opinions only invites trouble with no perceptible reward.

I literally had to start making racist comments to one of my adult sons to elicit any of his actual political opinions, and he was homeschooled.

What you see and hear from Millenials is only the 5% that they have learned is safe to show. Mostly they're biding their time.

Blogger VD August 06, 2016 6:46 PM  

As bad-ass as you GenXers think you are, the ultras of the then next wave will come from the millenial ranks.

Agreed. The European millennials can be pitiless, and frankly, a little scary.

Blogger Jack Morrow August 06, 2016 7:08 PM  

I stopped reading the comments after I got to this idiot:

http://amygannett.com/2016/07/29/why-evangelicals-are-losing-an-entire-generation/#comment-69

It apparently doesn't occur to "Jeremy" that the reason Wayne Grudem might endorse Trump for President while rejecting him for church leadership is because the requirements for the positions are not the same. The moral requirements for leadership in a church are stricter than those for political leadership; and there are lots of men (and no women) who are qualified for leadership in a church who aren't qualified for political leadership. Church and state are different institutions, each created by God for a different tole.

Zen Trader is right to say that progressivism is not Christianity. J. Gresham Machen argued exactly that in his book Christianity and Liberalism, published in 1923, and still in print.

Anonymous BGKB August 06, 2016 7:09 PM  

I literally had to start making racist comments to one of my adult sons to elicit any of his actual political opinions

The number of millennials that like my "White Privilege Is Evolution That's Why Asians Have It Also" shirt is encouraging. Its overwhelmingly liked, I don't think I have encountered a black literate enough to read a tshirt, and only a few jewy jew faces made. My Chest is at most peoples eye level.

Anonymous Anonymous August 06, 2016 7:58 PM  

SJWs have to be deported to Yemen or Liberia. Oh, you want to live in a majority-Arab/African country? Wish granted! Let us know how you like it over there, OK? They need some distance from Western Civilization in order to appreciate it, in order to not take it for granted. Anyone living in the West who is Anti-West has to be deported. That’s the policy. Wish granted. It’s the only way they’ll learn.

Anonymous r August 06, 2016 8:11 PM  

Here's how to reach us 20somethings, Churchians: I want the orthodox Christianity of - not my father's generation, sadly - but his father's, and his father's father's, back to time immemorial when the British Isles were converted. Too radical for you? Prefer (((rootlessness)))? What a shame.

Blogger Nate August 06, 2016 8:14 PM  

"As bad-ass as you GenXers think you are, the ultras of the then next wave will come from the millenial ranks."

You have your time tables muddled up. The Ultras won't comes from the Millennials. They'll be lead by 50 year old Xers.

Anonymous Fed Up Aussie August 06, 2016 8:29 PM  

@37: I was thinking of moving to a rural area to escape the poz. Australia is a large place, did this girl say whereabouts her farm was?

Blogger Doom August 06, 2016 8:30 PM  

I thought you were for women voting? No, just... seeing if this is some sort of trap again.

If you are asking, I'll stick with my old assessment. Take it back to the original constitutional allotments, white, male, taxpayer (only land owners paid taxes then), and over 25. That would, pretty much, take care of most problems. Some quarters wouldn't like it, but they would get used to it and not even miss it. Especially as their lives improved. Oh, and take taxes back to just landowners. Something would have to shrink really fast.

Anonymous Fed Up Aussie August 06, 2016 8:42 PM  

@37 I have been thinking of moving to a rural area to escape the poz. Australia is a large place. Did this girl say whereabouts her farm was?

Blogger John Wright August 06, 2016 9:07 PM  

"As Christian millennials, we just can’t buy this. We look over our shoulders at our nation’s history and wince a little. We don’t have a lot of national pride because we are waking up to the immense on-going racism that exists in our nation’s systems, the horrors of early American history"

Allow me to quote a fellow sad puppy on this very topic:

"It’s been a trick of conquerors throughout history.

If you want to control a great civilization, first you have to make it forget that it was once great. As I said, I have been reading about the Muslim conquest of Europe, and one of the things they did was erase the past: they destroyed all large structures, used the elements to make their own structures (usually with captive design and labor) and then told the new generations that all the glories were Arab and their ancestors had been brutish barbarians. (Worked too. Recently read some historian lamenting the Brutish Spaniards taking over and living in the splendors of the Alhambra, not realizing it was built from elements stolen from earlier Visigoth buildings.)"

https://accordingtohoyt.com/2016/08/06/giving-it-all-away/

Blogger John Wright August 06, 2016 9:11 PM  

@43
"I can count on my hands and feet (I have all of my fingers and toes, so that's 20) how many christian's I've met in my lifetime who refuse to allow a television into their homes."

Add one more. I unplugged the telly when I had kids, because I did not want a sewerpipe from the cesspool of modern culture pumping into my living room.

Blogger Valtandor Nought August 06, 2016 9:40 PM  

@142 The generals might come from Gen X, but if things ever turn physical, you'll need Millennial (and possibly younger) manpower. Don't despise the troops.

Anonymous Eric the Red August 06, 2016 9:52 PM  

@97 Cyclone Bob...

Correct translation: "Allah is greater"

OpenID peppermintfrosted August 06, 2016 9:55 PM  

» GenXers writing off Millennials and Post-Millennials

Millennials are receptive to the truth due to how heavy-handed the brainwashing got and the fact that they have the choice between being a cuck and hating the FUCKING WHITE MALEs or trying to figure out how not to be a cuck, and were the ones who initially found the truth on /pol/. Post-Millennials had the chans to circumvent the programming while they were growing up.

GenXers and Boomers are the ones who truly believe in social justice.

Anonymous Jonathan August 06, 2016 10:21 PM  

This woman is a rebel.

Rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft.

Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.

In a sane world this woman would be burnt at the stake.

Blogger LP9 Solidified in Gold! Rin Integra August 06, 2016 11:40 PM  

Mil'len women are not going to make it they too will be led into a ISIS harem.

There are severe generational disconnects taking place and those division is what evil thrives upon. American public scholz churn out atheism and illiteracy.

(I remain against most of what women do here stateside, I say let the men run the show, it bodes better. And no women should not be voting - anyone interested in if AZ's McCain daughter is going to heart Trump after Trump endorsed him? Doubtful, mil'lens on the radio gotta go, its bad radio.

Symbolism rules the world or at least reflects depravity and occultism. It is always the foolish stupid woman resorting to the destruction of the church because within their feminism of severe rebellion defines da' perverse and paranormal depositions they gave themselves to.

F'ism has ruined everything and it will serve say, the RCC's Pope good for bringing in more of these non-proverb 31 women into anything. Speaking of such, the worship of women must end, this too is insanity. Proverbs 31 is like Romans 13, misunderstood, you belong to your God, your husband and your household first - that is the way of it.)

Our secret language right now is truly cursive handwriting. Our line is actually from Heathers, "...you may not have anything against Martha but also have nothing for her either.."

We have to revert back to how IIRC Vox or (SM) Stefan M, were discussing how alien races hate us for killing our young, mil'lens kill their young too.

We must elevate our hearts and mind to Christ, we must place our art, heart and wallets on the line for God and for the right outlets not to these whore churches.

Blogger American Spartan August 07, 2016 12:15 AM  

Inventive wrote:Yeah, it's anecdotal, but I'm a millennial, with millennial friends. I wouldn't call them all nationalists, or alt right, and I'm sure they wouldn't either. But they're hard working men who live in predominantly white neighborhoods, take care of their wife and kids and fear encroaching government and forced diversity...

Most of them have pledged to homeschool their kids to avoid the brainwashing, and work their butts off to make sure that their woman can stay home to do so.

They're unhappy with the way the mainstream Western Church has fallen, and are looking for alternatives in more traditional and orthodox churches.

But they don't get on the interwebz and write some long winded screed about all of that, they're too busy working and spending time with family and God.

Don't judge all millennials by these articles, for every article like this you read, remember that there's a ton of millennials out there trying their best to live the way their forefathers did. Honoring God, family, and their nation.



Their are two types of people, those who write and philosophize their impending doom

And then their are men who fight against it, to prevent it.

Anonymous andon August 07, 2016 1:17 AM  

John Wright August 06, 2016 9:11 PM
@43
"I can count on my hands and feet (I have all of my fingers and toes, so that's 20) how many christian's I've met in my lifetime who refuse to allow a television into their homes."

Add one more. I unplugged the telly when I had kids, because I did not want a sewerpipe from the cesspool of modern culture pumping into my living room.


there was a talk radio host here on the west coast (Dr. Bill Wattenburg - worked on the Apollo project iirc) who said the worst thing he ever did was buy cable TV. before that his children read books.

Blogger kh123 August 07, 2016 1:46 AM  

"GenXers and Boomers are the ones who truly believe in social justice."

In other words, Millennials are simply mouthing the platitudes of what's currently sold as polite society.

Makes sense, they seem more attuned to go-along-get-along networking. Drop the incentives for kowtowing the shibboleths and it may just as well prove to be as enthusiastic as Stalin adoration was: More Potemkin than anyone would've guessed.


"It is always the foolish stupid woman resorting to the destruction of the church, because within their feminism of severe rebellion [is defined the] perverse and paranormal depositions they gave themselves to."

Much like the Babel comparison Vox has been pointing out lately, it adds a bit of gravity to the whole thing don't it.

Anonymous 10900209 August 07, 2016 2:47 AM  

This libshit cunt is delusional. There are many millennial nationalists. Millennials are a generation of extremists; either leftist SJWs or nationalists/racialists of the type you'd find on /pol/. Only one of these is safe to tout on social media without having your family/career attacked, however.

Blogger dfordoom August 07, 2016 2:53 AM  

@ John Wright

I unplugged the telly when I had kids, because I did not want a sewerpipe from the cesspool of modern culture pumping into my living room.

It surprises (and dismays) me that so few people take this obvious step. I don't watch any modern movies, I don't watch any contemporary TV. I don't listen to modern music and I don't have anything to do with the SJW cesspit of comic books.

Modern popular culture is poison. All of it is poison. Why voluntarily consume poison?

There's plenty of great popular culture from earlier eras and it's easily obtainable. It's not only relatively SJW-free it's also a lot more entertaining.

Of course when it comes to Hollywood movies you have to go back a very long way to avoid SJW contamination.

Anonymous TS August 07, 2016 4:32 AM  

"They love their degradation and their evil. They crawl like animals and believe themselves superior to those who came before them and walked upright."
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"The soul of humanity is the peak of human evolution; but just as most (maybe all) of us carry the soul of humanity, most of us still carry the soul of animals – the peak of pre-human evolution, which consists of conformism and hierarchy, which are incompatible with the soul of humanity."

http://www.endofinnocence.com/2012/10/the-soul-of-animals.html

Anonymous SciVo August 07, 2016 6:14 AM  

Al From Bay Shore wrote:Then I read "... Latrina's 21 crack babies..." That stopped everything and I had to take several minutes to laugh.

It's good to keep a sense of humor. I love this meme, but I have to admit it's kind of depressing.

OpenID jimnz August 07, 2016 7:32 AM  

@25 You called it, Dude:

According to her Faceburg page, she lives in Fort Collins, Colorado. According to this official-looking page http://fortcollins.areaconnect.com/statistics.htm it is 89.63% White.

Anonymous Ken7- August 07, 2016 2:48 PM  

I don't see any women whatsoever on my job site. If they want to get paid the same as men, then I'll hand them a shovel and they can put in 10+ hours a day in 95 degree heat like the rest of the men on my crew put in day in and day out. Half hour for lunch, stay OFF the phone, no complaining, no missing work. Any takers amoung the "I want to get paid the same as men" crowd?

We actually build useful stuff that people use. No air conditioned office full of useless paper pushing make-work diversity quota hires filling out useless reports.

If women want to get paid the same as men, them come out and do what we do. Until then, STFU.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 4:09 PM  

I could have been optimistic, if she hadn't cowardly closed comments after a mere 20 or so...

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 4:30 PM  

Obviously, a very confused young woman.... and why not? She writes, ""Yes, we value the rights of the unborn, but we want leaders that are pro-life in all areas of society."".

Does she think she will get that through 8 years of Hillary Clinton?

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 4:33 PM  

Obama's?

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 4:45 PM  

The chief difference between the two is two things. #1) We were taught AMERICAN history, not history with Americans as the villains. And #2). The seniors of our generation actually/already sacrificed,fought and died to help save the world from one global tyranny. Her generation hasn't even recognized and decided if this new one-- IS ONE, yet. Let's hope they don't come to realization too late.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 4:48 PM  

You really should read it, hers, and the one to which she is referring as well.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 4:59 PM  

She doesn't realize, apparently, that the carrots that the LibProgs have been dangling since FDR, are just that... carrots leading them on. Neither Hillary nor Obama paid their staff persons, men and women, equally. Hillary has already said she will continue -- and EXPAND upon, Obama's every degree. Well, Obama's decisions, if not nullified to at least some degree, will find us in the same pots as France, Germany, Greece, and Venezuela combined. Not my idea of a "safe space".

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 5:08 PM  

Think Germany in the late 30's.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 6:39 PM  

As one of the last of the Boomers, it seems to me that they have grown up with a lot more "peace and tranquility" than we had. We grew up with real war, and the "Cold War", practicing "duck and cover" against all threats, nuclear bombs, tornadoes, earthquakes, and hurricanes,from kindergarten,until my first year of high school rolled around, and someone made clear the utter futility, at least with regard to nukes. We had the assassinations of MLK, the Kennedy's,near misses on at least two more presidents (that we know of),and death by ideological violence of numerous other world leaders,plus a few big cultural ones, like John Lennon. We were the guinea pigs for at least 3 kinds of polio vaccines, and other pharma "miracles" that their generation takes for granted, plus a few illegal drugs as well. We had Jackie Collins, "The Godfather" in novel form, Woodstock, sex, drugs and rock n' roll, while our parents and grandparents tried to instill Depression era thrift and frugality (largely failing it seems) and ever-watchfulness for Red and White Communism (where they may have fared somewhat better... maybe.), We had serial killers of all varieties, Manson,Gacey, Bundy,Damer, the threat of death by AIDS, the dubious "blessing" to sentence our own offspring to a horrific death themselves, if we deemed them the slightest "inconvenience" to our lifestyles, we have had threats of "silent springs, new ice ages, acid rain, Exxon-Valdez, the BP rig blowout in the Gulf, falling space debris, and "planet x", and it seems, had most of the plagues of Egypt threatened. We mourned for Apollo One's crew members, as well as Challenger's, and Columbia's, and 9-11, and the Cole, and Benghazi.... and we aren't QUITE done yet. Maybe that's why we, by and large, aren't "terrified" by Donald Trump.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 6:44 PM  

I think you forgot "Gen X'ers" in there somewhere.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 6:51 PM  

I don't mind having them around at all, I just wish they were better educated.
My own "Gen X'ers" used to complain in their school days, that we had "taught them too much" of history, and other things that their friends had never even heard of... Not anymore.

Anonymous kfg August 07, 2016 7:13 PM  

The biggest problem home schooled adolescents have these days is dumbing down their language enough so that a college sophomore English major can understand them.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 7:22 PM  

Among other things.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 7:26 PM  

Lol... Just seems like it at times. The mall PLAY PIT, however... excellent place for your tot to acquire and bring home to you, either noro, or influenza, or some horrific nastiness.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 7:30 PM  

None, that I know of. Sounds more like the Peace Corps.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 7:58 PM  

Yeah, I noticed that as well. She's suffering from some serious Kool-Aid. It's almost like there's been a weird mental meltdown, and the Kool-Aid wiped clean all of 40's, 50's, 60's 70's, 80's, 90's, and on some level, she has no idea where we've BEEN, or how much different things were BEFORE NOW. Freaky.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 8:09 PM  

yeah, that's the mega-problem here. Many of the Milennials seem to think that by electing this or that person, they can bring about "Heaven On Earth", or the pathetic humanistic tyrannic equivalent, the "Globalist Utopia", "having a form of godliness".

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 8:11 PM  

Your guess is as good as mine. She didn't give an example, that I saw.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 8:18 PM  

Goodbye, Captain America.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 8:22 PM  

The "engaging" hadn't even STARTED yet when she closed it, and ran away. But, hey, maybe she had a class, huh? Hopefully.

Blogger dott August 07, 2016 8:24 PM  

Sure... pre-war, because he let them bomb the Twin Towers at will, without reprisal.

Anonymous andon August 07, 2016 9:46 PM  

kfg August 07, 2016 7:13 PM
The biggest problem home schooled adolescents have these days is dumbing down their language enough so that a college sophomore English major can understand them.


used to see people trying to spell it "home skoolers"

not any more

Blogger Nerb Z August 07, 2016 10:25 PM  

As a Millennial who was in 5th grade on September 11, 2001, as a Millennial who has lived for 3 years now in Japan, and traveled abroad; Nationalism is alive and well in those with eyes willing to see, and ears willing to listen.

Nothing drove me more towards thinking that the US could benefit from some domestic nation-building than living not only in a foreign country, but among people from various countries in Europe. I may not be a man of faith, but I am a man of the West, most assuredly.

Blogger Harleyrose59 August 09, 2016 1:18 PM  

You are 100% correct! I am a Texas grandma who spent 35 years as office manager for both a road construction company and then underground utility installation. A man's world and no mistake!
I knew exactly where I was!
I was the app screener, of course. Had one gal in the 90s I sent to the foreman for an interview. He hired her and two years later she was his lead hand. Stayed with the company 15 years! Left to have a baby at 35. She could tell dirtier jokes than me. We used to laugh about Sexual Harrassment being if we pinched his ass after slapping him to his knees for being a dumb chit!
Didn't have a clue what feminism was...or is!

Blogger Michael Maier August 09, 2016 2:23 PM  

Nate wrote:"There are an awful lot of young men who should shut the hell up as well, whose words are indistinguishable from this."

This is a primary complaint I have with millennials.

I cannot tell the whiney spoiled moronic males from the whiney spoiled moronic females.


Not even in person sometimes. Feminine vocalization from males is getting worse every damned day.

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