Millenial Owns Her Uncle in Argument Claiming Her Generation Is a Bunch of Lazy Entitled Whiners

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Check out this back and forth between a 22-year-old and her 48-year-old uncle on the state of things in America these days for Gen Y…

Here’s the post that started it:

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Then stuff got real:

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Do you agree with her?

She makes a pretty damn good argument, you have to admit.

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  • Mike

    So she is one good egg among a dozen bad ones. Good for her, but her uncle still has a point about her generation in general.

    • Joel W

      And so does she about the uncle’s generation. And its the uncle’s generation that raised (or didn’t raise em, depending how ya look at it) these entitled brats, so his point is meaningless.

      • Mike

        No his point is not meaning less. He stated facts about her generation, and she stated facts about his. She is one of the good apples in her generation surrounded by bad apples in her generation. His generation made mistakes in elections (given that they are rigged to begin with) that all generations are continuing to make because the system is rigged.

        • Joel W

          Fair enough I suppose. I just feel he used very weak straw man arguments (as in every single GOP establishment talking point, completely unoriginal and lazy) whereas she got real specific in her points that she obviously thought out herself, being that her argument has never really made it to the public sphere. Regardless, its hope for the future. If there is one that has a functioning brain, then there are many more.

  • Broos

    Shut UP! Checkers, or I’ll ship you to China!! The young lady’s Right ON!!!
    Little man cried iUncle! InDeed.

  • mulgere hircum

    This young women is 100% correct, her uncle could learn a thing or two from her, but he won’t. Past few generations fell asleep at the wheel and allowed psychopaths to take over the system. The biggest problem is that those same generations are still falling for the same lies and repeat the same shit they are instructed to repeat from MSM. So not only did the past couple generations put us in this mess, they then try and blame us for it b/c the MSM has instructed them to do so. Not surprising though, the past few generations have a horrible tendency of ignoring info they don’t want to hear and instead they go buy shit for no reason. Those times are over and now our generation gets to remove these “thugs” from the powerful positions they now hold. People like this woman’s uncle will never fully understand just how much damage they have caused by their actions/inactions and that is ok. Just make sure you get out of our way b/c the taking back of this country has already started and the movement is rapidly gaining momentum. Anyone who finds themselves targeted by this movement is going to have an undesirable future ahead of them.

    • Thomas Jefferson knew this was going to happen when he wrote:
      “The spirit of the times may alter, will alter. Our rulers will become corrupt, our people careless. A single zealot may become persecutor, and better men be his victims. It can never be too often repeated that the time for fixing every essential right, on a legal basis, is while our rulers are honest, ourselves united. From the conclusion of this war we shall be going down hill. It will not then be necessary to resort every moment to the people for support. They will be forgotten, therefore, and their rights disregarded. They will forget themselves in the sole faculty of making money, and will never think of uniting to effect a due respect for their rights. The shackles, therefore, which shall not be knocked off at the conclusion of this war, will be heavier and heavier, till our rights shall revive or expire in a convulsion.”

  • TheTruthMatters

    Wonder what her opinion of Obama is…..The greatest increase in tuition costs have happened under this administration. They handed out loans to anyone with a pulse and didn’t regulate what schools were properly qualified to actually teach these kids anything of substance. The fact is that the democrats love poverty because it gives them the ultimate power over people. Under Obama, he or no one else has tried to get student loans put back under a bankruptcy writeoff to take these kids off the hook. Why not? These kids will be slaves for the rest of their lives thanks to this corrupt system. She is right about affordability, but needs to understand that the federal government pushing student loans is the culprit for causing the tuition inflation………

    • Much of the increase in tuition is directly attributable to the exponential increase in university administrators’ salaries and benefits, in the process of corporatization of higher education.

    • mulgere hircum

      No difference at all between Obama, Bush, Clinton, Bush Sr, Reagan and all the others. Nothing but common career criminals who ask, “how high” when masta says jump. The only reason people think there is a difference is b/c the MSM/mainstream society has programmed everyone to believe there is a difference. Same strategy as always, divide and conquer. Wish everyone would smash their TVs into a million pieces! The TV is nothing more than the most effective psychological programming device ever devised. No difference between Republicans and Democrats anymore. If you disagree then you obviously need to shut your TV off and educate yourself.

  • She’d be better off to follow Dr. Ron Paul’s homeschool curriculum to her own self-financed degree. Beyond that, what will be the point in getting an affordable education without a job before, during, after to show for it?
    Affordability will be for those with the foresight to protect their assets so they can be used in the age of deflation that will set off the collapse, just like it did the Great Depression. Cash was king and will be again.

  • Carl

    I’m 66 and the girl is spot on. If she were my child, I’d be proud. It’s simple, the American political system is completely corrupt no thanks to m..m..m..gen-ah-ration.

    To start with, let’s make corruption illegal(it apparently isn’t).
    Summary execution if convicted. Ban political parties, ban lobbyist, hold corporate officers personally responsible for any harm their companies do.
    Eliminate central banks, congress issuing currency as per constitution.(things don’t cost more, your money is worth less) Stop starting wars.

    Term limits for everyone including Supreme Court. One 6 year term for president.

    Too bad kids, things will get a lot worse before they get better. Your own government is the enemy. Be strong, be good people, be patriots, be the next greatest generation. It’s too late to depend on the entitled, hypocrite fucks I grew up with. You have it in you. Good luck.

  • Hill Farmer

    She made some good points for sure! But she fails to realize she would be making the exact same mistake her uncle and other generations before him made. Picking the lesser of 2 evils gets you into the mess we are in now. Old Bernie would further collapse an already burgeoning system. Just look at Europe and the refugee crisis and how just a few hundred thousand refugees are collapsing the whole of the EU. Our system is designed for the elite and that’s it. America had a brief 40 yrs or so of middle and upper class prosperity sadly that ran it’s course. She and her uncle should wake up, unify and realize the divide and conquer strategy that has been used for centuries is still in use today and they are a perfect example of its effects! People have to realize that the so-called governments have been studying human behavior for longer than any of us can imagine. They keeps us busy, they give us so-called conveniences like smart phones and iPads but all of these things only enslave us further. Our form of republican democracy that we currently live under is a complete failure. I believe there has to be a better option. We as human beings just have to develop the next governmental system that truly represents all of the people without special interest and other perverted instruments that guide policy. America unfortunately no matter who wins the next presidency has seen it’s better days austerity, war and more racial violence is what we get to look forward to over the next few years. Breath, think, slowdown!

    • whiteberry

      Nicely put!!

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  • randy wellman

    you are going to go FAR, young lady….you ALREADY KNOW the important stuff.

  • CaMaven

    Argument wouldn’t work on me. I didn’t go to govt school, went to an expensive private school, worked, borrowed and my parents borrowed some too. No free ride.

    I worked against Liberal big spenders/policies- Dem and Repub. Not my fault when I got outvoted.

    There are plenty of entitled Millennials. Were in my day too, but not as many then.

  • D.Moore

    And this is why I never had children, I knew back when I was a teenager this was coming! No one really wants to be responsible for their own actions, Bernie Sanders is a dweeb you think the country is bad now wait till Hillary or Bernie run the show make that scenario in your mind

    • disqus_8rJVp9W1S7

      I agree that this was not a “conversation”.