God is not an idiot

Neither is Jesus Christ. Ruralcounsel is a Boomer who fears the pillow, but would do better to fear Divine judgement on both him and his wicked generation:

Almost none of them are “sorry my generation let this happen” or even “we did do xyz right which should help.”

Because I’m only responsible for myself, not a generation. So STFU, you witless whining twatwaffle.

It’s nasty “haha well you guys are all going to die in the coming collapse” or “well the millennials and gen z are just as bad as us.”

The first is probably true, and I don’t care about any of you. I’ll be laughing when I see your rotting corpses in the roadside ditch. You deserve it, because you are proving yourselves to be as evil as everyone else. The second is just ridiculous nonsense because judging generations is a idiot’s game.

First, we again see that Boomers reliably reveal themselves to be nasty, disgusting narcissists the moment their generation is criticized. They believe they’re somehow hurting our feelings when they declare “I don’t care about any of you.” But we already knew that, in fact, that very narcissism is one of the primary charges against them. We’ve known they don’t care about anyone else since it became necessary to coin the phrase “latchkey children”. All the Boomer is doing is pleading guilty to the charge without realizing he has done so.

Second, “He does not leave the guilty unpunished; He punishes the children and their children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation.” So, four generations of Americans are going to suffer for the sins of the Boomers, three of which are already suffering for them, but the Boomer insists that it is wildly unfair to criticize him for the sins of his generation, even when he committed them himself.

Third,  Jesus said, “This is a wicked generation. It asks for a sign, but none will be given it except the sign of Jonah.”

The insistence that they are only responsible for themselves is one of the Boomers’ favorite lies, which is bizarre in light of the way in which they simply won’t accept responsibility for their own actions. But the way they cling to the lie explains why they never hesitated to eat the seed corn, why they refused to build a better future for their children and grandchildren, and why they are determined to die as hedonists amidst their toys and pleasures and drugs. Each Boomer believed in his heart that life was always and only about himself.

Reject the Boomer way. 

Get married. Stay married. Have more than four children. Support your own. Build for future generations. Plant the acorns that will become mighty oaks for the benefit of your great-grandchildren, even though you will never sit in their shade. Write down your knowledge. Pass on your experience. Pursue that which lasts. Live for the Good, the Beautiful, and the True. And in doing so, you will move on to the next level surrounded by love and gratitude instead of dying like a Boomer, confused, alone, and smothered by an indifferent stranger.

Vibrants vibe and Boomers boom

Arizona tries to simultaneously play the “I love the hate” card while simultaneously claiming that all the younger generations are going to die too. Not a convincing look. 2 of 5 Pillows.

Vox Popoli has done so much for the local pop corn industry I think they owe you at least a Christmas card or a thank you note. Day was interesting in his college days but that was then and now is now and what was once interesting has become fetishistic and curmudgeonly in the current iteration. And that’s where to pop corn comes in when I pass by here a little snack goes well with the unintended entertainment.

And BTW, While you’re so happily anticipate our coming pillorying anticipate your own because from this old boomers point of view the world at large has a date with a historic event that’s going to leave multitudes dead. Perhaps billions as other soi disant elites massage their fetishes that will consume the masses without regard to Race Religion or political affiliation. Now enjoy the show kiddies.

Rumpole, on the other hand, pretends that while he was previously down with the substantive criticism, it’s merely being told to shut up that really gets his generational goat: 1 of 5 Pillows.

Re: “Shut up, Boomer” Many earlier posts on the suject consisted of fact based criticism. Much of it was entirely valid. The Woodstock and Villages ones were really priceless, and likewise, many of the fact based comments were great (at least when the facts were correct). Having been spoiled by this and the other hearty fare, served up by a master, it is disappointing to see bare, insipid, ad hominem pap. 

Jim appears to be on the verge of awareness. It will be interesting to see if he ever ponders the reason the younger generations see no point in asking Boomers for help and advice:

There is a lot of old school knowledge that is being lost as boomers die off and retire. I have seen this in a engineering lab I worked in. The trend is to rely on computer models to rush products into production. Recall rates have been high on New products that the old guard would not allow to go to market. I spent 35 years in that engineering center (ag and construction components) I can tell you how the younger generations hate the boomers and will not seek them out for help or advice. 

Marky Mark indulges in the great Boomer pasttime. “Nothing that we did is our fault! It’s our PARENTS’ fault. Or maybe our grandparents’. But definitely not ours! Also, we changed the world!” 3 of 5 Pillows.

This gets tiring, as it wasn’t just the Boomers who put us in the pickle we’re in; there are plenty from earlier generations who got us here. Exhibit One is the Hart-Cellar Act, which was passed by those who preceeded the Boomers by decades. Exhibit Two is the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. Were the Boomers’ parents even alive back then?

As for Nelson Mandela, he mostly arose to prominence back when we had the Big Three TV networks; if they didn’t speak about something, it didn’t happen. He was practically canonized as a SAINT, for goodness sake! Since the Big Three canonized him, the viewers believed Walter Cronkite and company.

If the last year has taught us nothing else, it’s that the media are still very powerful. We may not like to think that, given the distrust for the media; we don’t like to think that, because we also know what’s going on. The proof of their power is how almost everyone masked up during the COVID scamdemic. That’s with a viable alternative media; that’s with huge DISTRUST of the MSM! Can you imagine how powerful the media were back in the days when there were only the Big Three TV networks? 

But Ghostsniper offers us some classic Peak Boomer: He’s got two things. He’s got grit, bootstraps, and his generation. He’s got three things. He’s got grit, bootstraps, his generation, and The Beatles. And you’re all just jealous of that. 4 of 5 Pillows.

“Shut up, Boomer”


Has anything more pussified ever been written?

And written by a person only a few years shy of boomerhood himself.

The most pathetic part is all the other pussy trolls who are easily led by this childish screed.

A few decent posts and then, bam, another rant composed by a schoolgurl.

Just like predictable clockwork.

What is it, simple envy/jealousy?

Or something more manic like bipolar disorder created by a trashed out childhood that lasted well into adulthood?

Dood, get a clue, even if you have to buy it. srsly 

I wonder, what part of “Shut up, Boomer” is so hard for these Boomers to understand? We accuse them of being totally unable to stop talking about themselves, and they deny the accusation by conclusively proving it. But we genuinely aren’t interested in their opinions. We aren’t interested in what they think, say, or believe. We’ve all had to listen to their interminable self-obsessed soliloquies for literally all of our lives, and we’re not listening anymore.

Now it’s our turn. We’ll do the talking and we’re going to relentlessly mock them and pile contempt upon them until The Day of the Pillow arrives and the Boomers finally, blessedly, fall silent once and forevermore.

Repent, Boomer. The sands of your hourglass are running out.

Shut up, Boomer

 for fucks sake, stop with all the boomer shit.

Certainly, just as soon as the last Boomer either repents or dies. If you don’t like it, go away and watch Fox News or play pickleball or buy another condo or do whatever it is you Boomers do as you await your own personal Day of the Pillow.

This is a waste of an able mind, and irrelevant.

It is neither. The best way to convince the younger generations that they should not follow your generation’s wicked example is to pour unrelenting scorn and contempt on you. No one wants to be like you. No one wants to be remembered the way you will be remembered. Your very identity has already become an offensive term, like “gay” or “Negro”. It’s a beautiful thing.

And it’s amusing that the Boomers think it takes any effort at all to make a conclusively damning case against them. Every day, in every way, they are condemned by the state of the world they sought to create. Just to give one example, all of that ridiculous Mandela worship and bragging about ending apartheid in South Africa isn’t exactly aging well.

You just need GRIT

This Boomer response to the Kurgan’s post on Gen X non-leadership demonstrates their wicked cluelessness better than anything I could possibly write myself.

Some narrow minded loser spouted off: “…shutting down all the routes to power…” ======== Utter bullshit. You know what REAL power is? Getting as much control of your own life as possible and it doesn’t matter at all what anybody else thinks, especially losers. You’ll not attain much in this life, no wealth, no happiness, no satisfaction, if you rely on and depend on others to provide it for you. You have stand all the way up like a man with a backbone and walk the walk. Are there obstacles? Of course. The path without obstacles has not been invented. Obstacles are to be met head on and overcome and that will make you stronger. You don’t get stronger lifting 1 lb dumb bells all your life. Nothing breeds enthusiasm like success and with each fallen obstacle your path will become a little easier. But it will never be easy. Life itself is a challenge and everything in it is challenging to those that have vision and drive and welcome challenge. Find a vocation you truly enjoy, one that you can do 80 hours a week or more. Clement Stone said your life should be divided 50/50. Goal achieving and Tension relieving. Thinking someone should give you a job and give as much salary as you think you deserve is childish whim. When you work for 1 employer it is tantamount to putting all your financial eggs in one basket and asking an idiot to carry it for you. Grow a pair. Get your own basket and carry it always. By having firm control over your vocation and income it will free your mind up in all other things to where opportunities you had never known before open up to you. Your family life will be better when you have control over your work and income. Everything is better when you have as much control as possible and striving for more. We aren’t here to be slaves, not at all. We are here to take complete control of the only lives we will ever own. No one is born into a perfect life, we all have baggage. The winner in life never gives up and is constantly thinking, trying, doing. You’re only as good as you think you are.

See, loser! All you need is grit, a firm handshake, and to look them in the eye.

Shut up, Boomer. 

We are not your leaders

The Kurgan explains to the younger generations why Generation X is particularly ill-suited for leadership in the various coming crises now that the Boomer-built Clown World is inevitably collapsing:

So here’s the real history. Pay attention because this will help you, a lot, if you plan to be a change for the better.

Boomers infected EVERYTHING. Let me try to succinctly explain what that means.

Firstly, they spent literally all their time thinking and saying and acting as if they were the best thing ever, ever. Better than God, never mind sliced bread. They are STILL doing it. They will do that until they die.

Secondly, what Bill and George said about being the first unwanted generation is true. Boomers spent the rest of their energy on constantly telling Xers they were just not good enough. Not smart enough, not hard working enough, etc., etc., while at the same time actively shutting down all the routes to power and the easy life they had. And burning bridges behind themselves. While doing that, they also continually spouted in your ear how it was even easier for you now that they had done it. And all you had to do was buy into this new brand they had created (which was a dumb-ass rat trap designed to make sure you couldn’t get access to the things they had).

This is not exaggeration or hyperbole. It’s literally what happened. Imagine growing up with that.

Now imagine it being like that for all of your adult life, because the Boomers are only dying off now and most Xers are now in their 40s and 50s. And now understand what the landscape before us is like and where we are starting from….

When you say we did not lead, you have no idea what you’re talking about. None. If you can see anything at all past the wasteland created by the Boomers, if you realise BRAWNDO is bullshit at all, it’s because some Gen Xers cracked the Boomer facade, and continue to do so. The Boomers were both the victims and the perpetrators of the most massive psyops ever done on the planet. Any cracks in that construct you can see are because some Gen Xer with balls of steel hammered at the facade until it dented. Until it cracked. Gen Xers are, metaphorically speaking, the guys who help Truman wake up.

That’s the history. Now listen up, because we’re not done. There are STILL not enough of us to take over and change shit. And there are too few of you Millennials that aren’t brain-dead fucking zombies. But we gave you and the Zyklons a chance.

To be fair, Boomers screwed over Millennials too, it’s just that they didn’t know things had been any different in the past. In 2005, just as the last Generation Xers were graduating from college, the Boomers passed the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act in order to prevent the younger generations from being able to discharge their student loan debt in bankruptcy.

It’s appalling to see how many women of my generation never married or had children because they were aggressively indoctrinated by every single adult in their lives to a) get a university degree and b) get a good job instead of a) getting married and b) having children. It’s no wonder that many of those women who were strong enough to shake off the indoctrination have gone on to have 4+ kids and even to homeschool them despite the open disapproval of their parents.

Unfortunately, there aren’t enough of us and we’re too distrusting and psychologically inclined toward individual self-defense to be suited for leadership. Think of it this way; we held Helm’s Deep long enough to give the Riders of Rohan time to show up. Perhaps we should have done more, but a fighting withdrawal was all we could manage.

The Boomer orcs have harrowed the Shire of the West and they will leave it literally bankrupt and burning. But remember, the West was built from less.

Breaking the Boomer pattern

“As if you would have done anything differently,” the Boomer sneers at the younger generations. Actually, that’s exactly what we’re doing.

The portion of U.S. children who live with both parents exceeded 70{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6} in 2020, reversing a nearly 30-year-long trend, data shows. 70.4{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6} of children under 18 live in two-parent households, and 63{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6} of minors reside with both birth parents, according to the Current Population Survey by the U.S. Census Bureau, Institute for Family Studies (ISF) reported.

“[T]he proportion of children under 18 living with two parents declined from 88{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6} in 1960 to just over two-thirds in 2005” while “the proportion living with divorced, separated or never-married single parents tripled from 9{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6} to 28{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6}” over the same period, according to ISF.

A reversal in this downward trend started in 2006, improving from 67.3{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6} to 70.4{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6} by 2020, the data indicates. In 2020, the number of children living with a single parent reportedly fell to 25.5{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6}, marking a 25-year-low.

These numbers are particularly remarkable due to the way in which racial demographics have also changed; I anticipate that the percentage of white U.S. children living with both birth parents is even higher.

Get married. Have children. Stay married. Raise your children together. Build an inheritance for them and plant trees for their children to enjoy. That’s the post-Boomer way. That’s the eucivilizational way.

I suspect that the difference lies chiefly in the Baby Boomer belief that the grass is always greener. We know it isn’t.

You can’t trust the science

 When the science doesn’t exist, the scientist who invented the mRNA technology observes:

The doctor who developed the technology used in the majority of COVID shots warned that the US government is withholding information regarding the risks from coronavirus vaccines.

Dr. Robert Malone, who invented the mRNA technology now being used in both the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID vaccines, spoke with Fox News this week about the push to vaccinate young adults and even children.

With the Centers for Disease Control finding a link between the Pfizer and Moderna coronavirus vaccines and heart muscle inflammation among young people – particularly younger males – Dr. Malone said that a “risk-benefit” analysis must be made before children are vaccinated en masse.

“My concern is that I know that there are risks. But we don’t have access to the data and the data haven’t been captured rigorously enough so that we can accurately assess those risks – And therefore … we don’t really have the information that we need to make a reasonable decision.”

“I can say that the risk-benefit ratio for those 18 and below doesn’t justify vaccines and there’s a pretty good chance that it doesn’t justify vaccination in these very young adults.”

Enough data is already in to conclude that no one under the age of 50 should even consider getting vaccinated. And vaccinating children, who are at zero risk from Covid, is a literal crime against humanity. I really didn’t think that it was possible for me to despise the Boomers any more than I have for decades, but seeing so many Boomers advocating for young adults, teenagers, and children to be forced to take serious risks to their own health and destroying their economic futures in order to marginally increase the chance that the Boomer will live another year or three is pure generational vampirism.

Well-intentioned Boomers sometimes ask “okay, what should I do?” In this case, the answer is crystal clear. Tell your children and grandchildren: “First, do not get vaxxed under any cinrcumstances. Second, don’t even think about doing it on my account. It’s much better for me to risk Covid than for you to risk the vaxx. Remember, it’s my responsibility to protect you, it’s not your job to protect me.”

The current data already demonstrates that the only effect being accomplished by the vaccines is to shift the deaths from the old to the young. And that doesn’t take into account all of those who are damaged and debilitated by the vaccines.

Method: We calculated the number needed to vaccinate (NNTV) from a large Israeli field study to prevent one death. We accessed the Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR) database of the European Medicines Agency and of the Dutch National Register (lareb.nl) to extract the number of cases reporting severe side effects and the number of cases with fatal side effects. Result: The NNTV is between 200–700 to prevent one case of COVID-19 for the mRNA vaccine marketed by Pfizer, while the NNTV to prevent one death is between 9000 and 50,000 (95{cc08d85cfa54367952ab9c6bd910a003a6c2c0c101231e44cdffb103f39b73a6} confidence interval), with 16,000 as a point estimate. The number of cases experiencing adverse reactions has been reported to be 700 per 100,000 vaccinations. Currently, we see 16 serious side effects per 100,000 vaccinations, and the number of fatal side effects is at 4.11/100,000 vaccinations. For three deaths prevented by vaccination we have to accept two inflicted by vaccination. Conclusions: This lack of clear benefit should cause governments to rethink their vaccination policy.

This Boomer gets it

A Boomer explains the mission:

A @voxday post linked to a suggestion that Boomers as a generation need to seek God’s forgiveness for the sins of the group. As a “Generation Jones” Boomer, I see the wisdom of that. There was an earlier post that listed seven things that should have been done all along. I’ve done my best to do all seven — and I’ve mostly succeeded — but that shouldn’t bring pride, since those seven things are just a bare minimum.

Here’s the mission that must be accepted by Boomers of all stripes — be the guardian of your family. Protect the younger generations by becoming the rearguard. There’s a shitstorm coming, a fact that doesn’t require genius to recognize. Your job is to cover a retreat if needed, and soak up the bullets (real or metaphorical) to allow the younger generations to regroup and attack the wickedness of this world.

As a group, we’ve had it easy. Boomers have written a blank check, and at some point payment will be required. Settle the debt properly and be prepared to accept the costs.

The charge is to leave things better than you found them. Do it, and quit bitching about it.

If you don’t have much time left, then make it count. Plant the trees – maybe they’ll be for your great-grandchildren rather than your grandchildren – but you’ll still leave a positive legacy in the end. It’s not about “your stuff”, it’s about doing what is Good, Beautiful, and True.

A good man leaveth an inheritance to his children’s children: and the wealth of the sinner is laid up for the just.

– Proverbs 13:22 

And if you can’t bring yourself to do anything positive, at the very least, sit down, shut up, and get out of the way of those who are attempting to salvage what can be salvaged and reclaim what was lost.

Rhetorical contortions

Boomers are so desperate to avoid being held accountable for their actions that some of them are actually trying to “warn” Generation X about “establishing a norm” that they themselves established before Generation X was even born.

Gen X will not be called boomers, but following generations will continue vilifying the older generation for the worlds imperfections as you are establishing a norm. its like the SJW crowd, they never think the mob will come for them.

And at heart, that’s what you anti boomers are. Social justice warriors.

Hosea 8:7 For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind

Talk about projection. This is why it is impossible to have any respect or sympathy for Boomers. This is why they will always be contemptible. They are unrepentant to the end, like children desperate to avoid being held responsible for the actions that everyone knows they committed, always attempting to blame others for their own choices.

Now, what generation was it that coined popularized the phrase “never trust anyone over 30”, Boomer? Was it the Millennials? Was it the Silents? Was it Generation X?

No, it was the Boomers. (Yes, the guy who actually coined the phrase in 1964 was born in 1940, but it was the Boomers who made a motto of it. In like manner, John Lennon wasn’t a Boomer either, but The Beatles are Boomer music nonetheless.)

And what is the Third Law of SJW? SJWs always project.

What the Boomer is doing here is projecting the social justice tendencies of his own generation onto Generation X, while simultaneously trying to blame Generation X for establishing a norm that was already established by the Boomers. That level of rhetorical contortion is impressively twisted, but because rhetoric requires at least some element of truth to be effective, it is completely toothless.

In any event, it’s not a mob coming for you, Boomer. It’s a pillow, which is a fate far more gentle than your generation collectively deserves.

4/5 Pillows.

Ask not for whom the pillow fluffs,

Boomer, it fluffs for thee.