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Anonymous 05/17/2017 (Wed) 06:36:23 [Preview] No. 12091
Gas the Boomers. Generation war NOW.


Anonymous 05/18/2017 (Thu) 00:46:41 [Preview] No. 12097 del
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But who will pay for our pensions?


Anonymous 05/24/2017 (Wed) 14:24:27 [Preview] No. 12129 del
>>12097
>only 14% plan for retirement
jesus christ I've been adding top my 401k since day one all the way up to comapny match


Anonymous 05/27/2017 (Sat) 22:30:37 [Preview] No. 12153 del
>>12129

Same here, though in 30 years of working, only 9 of those years have been with companies that even offered a 401K. At what should be the end of a career I cannot retire. I cannot afford health insurance for myself or my wife. Our industry has sent all of its manufacturing overseas. We are completely fucked. I played by all the rules but the cake was a lie: The actual reward is that I have to choose between hanging myself or taking a job as a shriveled greeter at Walmart croaking out "How do you do today Sir?" to a generation that wants to gas me.


Anonymous 07/18/2017 (Tue) 07:02:11 [Preview] No. 12580 del
Stuff these old degenerates.
They do this globally while replacing jobs with mass labor and automation.
They only care about themselves.


Anonymous 07/21/2017 (Fri) 02:42:47 [Preview] No. 12597 del
>>12580
It also annoys me that for 20 years they've been advising everyone regardless of desire or aptitude to join the medical field because "that's where the high paying jobs will be because we're getting older." They don't care if so we become stressed out nurses that wipe their asses while they shout at us to change their diaper faster.

Just as long as we're making money, and they can brag about how their kids are successfully making money it could be the worst job imaginable.


Anonymous 07/21/2017 (Fri) 02:52:55 [Preview] No. 12598 del
I think that non-boomers have a lot of opporutunities that boomers didnt have. Like they never learned the truth about kikery unless they where jewed.It basically comes down to money and that is kind of sick how we tear each other down over who can be payed.


Anonymous 09/16/2017 (Sat) 21:56:17 [Preview] No. 13242 del
>be a boomer
>loves me some babby killin'
>loves me some nigger fuckin'
>loves me some fag marryin'
>loves me some disney/tv sports/shit movies
DOTR when?


Anonymous 09/17/2017 (Sun) 05:06:10 [Preview] No. 13244 del
It's understandable to want to understand groups of people in terms of "generations", but in the end, we're all individuals.

The "Baby Boomers" were born from the early 1940s to the early-to-mid 1960s, with some variation depending on which demographer you talk to. I've seen some demographers use 1945-1965. Of course, depending on when you were born in that span, you will have had very different experiences in life.

If you were born male in 1945, for example, there's a very good chance you would have had a draft number for Vietnam. If you were born in 1958 or later, there would have been no chance of that.

If you were born in the early-to-mid 1940s, you would have come of age and started working during a period of relative prosperity. Assuming you didn't get sent to 'Nam, you would have had a foundation for later prosperity. But if you were born in 1960-1965, you would have come of age and started working during the recession of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Not only could you not find a job, but gasoline was absurdly expensive. There was even rationing. Starting your career with unemployment, underemployment, or depressed wages can affect the trajectory of your entire working life.

So I try to avoid painting all "Baby Boomers" with the same broad brush. Certainly, plenty of them are disgusting, self-centered pigs, whose attitude is "Après moi, le déluge." If you've never read Douglas Coupland's book Generation X, you should. It is, in part, a critique of those attitudes. But other Boomers are currently living--and will "retire" and die--in poverty, really through no fault or lack of planning of their own.

The solution isn't generation war, but class war. As the middle class continues to disappear, more of us are going to be shoved into poverty than into wealth. It's very much to the advantage of the engineers of this class disparity to keep us focused on other things like race, transgenderism (why do you think trannies are fucking EVERYWHERE in the media in the past 5 years or so) and red state/blue state shitflinging. Meanwhile, the capitalist class donates money to candidates of all political persuasions, sometimes even the two candidates facing off against each other, because they don't really care that much who wins, as long as that person is buyable and will stay bought. And now, with Citizens United, they can buy politicians more easily than ever.


Anonymous 09/17/2017 (Sun) 22:15:32 [Preview] No. 13251 del
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>>13244
>And now, with Citizens United, they can buy politicians more easily than ever.

Also they are repealing the Johnson ammendment which prohibits corporations from thibking they can establish non-profit propaganda companies that engage in partisan politics. It also has kept the more fearful churches from blatantly preaching politics, though it hasn't usually been enforced at all.

Now pastors will be telling people on Sunday how to vote on Tuesday. Corporations are set to get more power to influence the masses, in conjunction with the restrictions on free speech from silicon valley's censorship organs (facebook, Google, etc.)



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