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What Generation Do You Blame For This Mess?

 
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What Generation Do You Blame For This Mess?
Which one is it?

1980-2000 - Millennials or Generation Y
1965-1979 - Generation X
1946-1964 - Baby Boom
1925-1945 - Silent Generation
1900-1924 - G.I. Generation

I guess it would have to fall on the G.I. Generation for not stopping the Federal Reserve, though even prior to that there had been a Central Bank (see Andrew Jackson).

I personally place the blame on the Baby Boomers.
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I blame anyone that loves Jersey Shore.
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The dipshits who fought in WWII.
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BOOMERS

plus all the sick fuck lawyer grub types that live for fake success of all gens. but the boomers were the sick fucks that sold us out completely to the ivy league college creeps
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The dipshits who fought in WWII.
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No..its the ones who CREATD the war...not the poor buggers who got drafted and killed in it.

They were just fodder.
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Which one is it?

1980-2000 - Millennials or Generation Y
1965-1979 - Generation X
1946-1964 - Baby Boom
1925-1945 - Silent Generation
1900-1924 - G.I. Generation

I guess it would have to fall on the G.I. Generation for not stopping the Federal Reserve, though even prior to that there had been a Central Bank (see Andrew Jackson).

I personally place the blame on the Baby Boomers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46286993


Why the fuck would you blame it on a generation? We the people don't have a thing to say about what is going on. It's the political parties that are in control.
Do YOU have any control? What makes you think that we do?
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BOOMERS

plus all the sick fuck lawyer grub types that live for fake success of all gens. but the boomers were the sick fucks that sold us out completely to the ivy league college creeps
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46326187


Pretty much how I see it.

The Boomers brainwashed or not, were the one's who perpetuated and propped up the fiat system and gave these bankers the ultimate power that they now have. Nobody protested the CIA. Nobody protested the NSA. This generation, one of the largest generations ever seen, did absolutely nothing but fill their fat, greedy pockets by buying into the system and consuming and obeying.
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Boomers and their Millenial progeny. They got this joker elected.
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We are all complicit in this. You're trying to simplify a very complex issue that has too many factors to blame on one particular group. Everyone that has lived in the past 150 years has played, at least, a small part in creating the situation we currently find ourselves in.
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We are all complicit in this. You're trying to simplify a very complex issue that has too many factors to blame on one particular group. Everyone that has lived in the past 150 years has played, at least, a small part in creating the situation we currently find ourselves in.
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Sure we all are, but it's the Millenial generation that is starting to wake up. I don't think that's by any doing of their own, I think it's getting so overt and obvious right now that you're pretty much forced to wake up.
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GI Generation because they didn't stop the federal reserve.

Gen Xers because they didn't stop the Great Society.

Both were pivotal events that drastically changed the fabric of the country.
A flag flown upside down is a symbol of a country in distress. As a result of the many traitors and enemies inside our own government and the many unconstitutional acts, legislation and atrocities passed and/or committed against our lives, liberty and property, as well as a reckless foreign policy meant to enrich and empower an already wealthy group of 'elites' while wreaking havoc around the globe and committing atrocities against large numbers of innocent peoples in the name of 'spreading democracy', the United States is no longer a free country and the lives of its citizens as well as the lives of our brothers and sisters around the globe, are in dire danger and distress.
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GI Generation because they didn't stop the federal reserve.

Gen Xers because they didn't stop the Great Society. That was 1965 so its probably more fair to blame it on the Boomers.

Both were pivotal events that drastically changed the fabric of the country.
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Last Edited by dawnie on 09/04/2013 10:29 PM
A flag flown upside down is a symbol of a country in distress. As a result of the many traitors and enemies inside our own government and the many unconstitutional acts, legislation and atrocities passed and/or committed against our lives, liberty and property, as well as a reckless foreign policy meant to enrich and empower an already wealthy group of 'elites' while wreaking havoc around the globe and committing atrocities against large numbers of innocent peoples in the name of 'spreading democracy', the United States is no longer a free country and the lives of its citizens as well as the lives of our brothers and sisters around the globe, are in dire danger and distress.
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Re: What Generation Do You Blame For This Mess?
Which one is it?

1980-2000 - Millennials or Generation Y
1965-1979 - Generation X
1946-1964 - Baby Boom
1925-1945 - Silent Generation
1900-1924 - G.I. Generation

I guess it would have to fall on the G.I. Generation for not stopping the Federal Reserve, though even prior to that there had been a Central Bank (see Andrew Jackson).

I personally place the blame on the Baby Boomers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46286993


None of the above! I believe the war of 1812 changed things. Hearts and minds weren't changed until after the Civil War. So I would blame the generation from the 1860s to the 1890s.
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Which one is it?

1980-2000 - Millennials or Generation Y
1965-1979 - Generation X
1946-1964 - Baby Boom
1925-1945 - Silent Generation
1900-1924 - G.I. Generation

I guess it would have to fall on the G.I. Generation for not stopping the Federal Reserve, though even prior to that there had been a Central Bank (see Andrew Jackson).

I personally place the blame on the Baby Boomers.
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Fucking GenX morons.
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We are all complicit in this. You're trying to simplify a very complex issue that has too many factors to blame on one particular group. Everyone that has lived in the past 150 years has played, at least, a small part in creating the situation we currently find ourselves in.
 Quoting: Sol Neman


Sure we all are, but it's the Millenial generation that is starting to wake up. I don't think that's by any doing of their own, I think it's getting so overt and obvious right now that you're pretty much forced to wake up.
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I disagree. Most of the Millenial's I've met or had to work with are completely apathetic to what is going on in the world right now, and it's not just that generation. Most of the people I interact with daily, regardless of age, are completely apathetic to anything outside their little bubble.

I don't think you can say one generation is waking up more so than another. I think all generations have people that are awake and people that are sheep with a few scattered in between. You happen to be awake, or at least it appears that way. That has more to do with the type of person you are at your core than what year you happened to be born.
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Blame yourself first because if you don't . Then you aren't all
In that a bad bet.bump
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Re: What Generation Do You Blame For This Mess?
To be kind of circling a general time frame 1900-1935

The generational years where the seeds of corruption got sowed was like 1917-1918. They then never really got carried off, broadcasted so to say until their burst germination in about 1932-1938.

Yet, this was only the time for those seeds and plantlings to start growing and spreading through out the field/world.

Then after time was given unto them to mature, and these being carried over from one generation to another. And from one generation to another they continued downward into their decline from their corrupted seed.

We meet the real true red line in what appeared to be early 1990's.

1987-1988-1989-1990-1991.

Things do not happen suddenly in our time, even thought they are sudden in their works. These works and turns and twists and shifts are like a screw, kind of reminds me of Archimedes Screw.

They are hit/done outwardly/physically animated forth then they penetrate into the environment we are in and us humans.

From one hole punch and invasion to another vie way of minds thoughts. Then twisting this first seedling deeper and deeper and that thing compounds with growth and feeding it.

So nothing in human time is fast and sudden as we think it is in time not given unto "a" man. It is time given unto "men" and time given unto "angels".

There is a difference in the measurement and accountability as well as the speediness of reaction to their actions.

The time took another darker dangerous drop in 1998-1999-2000 and 2001.

Really big change in time and environment from that time forth.

It is as thought the doors shut in 1999-2000 the sky shut and is still and quiet for the most part silent.

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