Reader 08/13/2017 (Sun) 11:26:45 Id: 8917aa No. 1381 del
>>1378
>Of course, putting off the responsibilities of adulthood is not an iGen innovation. Gen Xers, in the 1990s, were the first to postpone the traditional markers of adulthood.
> responsibilities of adulthood
...which is code for "subjugation to your parents' authority for life". There is no tradition of adulthood, until very recently all we had was men and incomplete men, not children as their own class that you graduate out of once you learn to serve the globalists.

This is all just subterfuge to pretend that previous men didn't live in autocratic communes, but instead in the kike-promoted Stepford Wife dreamland. That never happened, the 1950's ad-scape is pure fiction. A more correct depiction of how humans have always been living is Road to Perdition. Middle ages barely ever ended, the only change we invented was advertising and other such propaganda.