Gen X, the only thing holding America together?

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To be perfectly honest, I expected the balkanization of America to be in a rebuilding phase at this point in my life. I fully anticipated to raise my kids in the aftermath of the Global American Empire (GAE). So, seeing America make it this far is somewhat of a surprise to me and I began to wonder why a few years ago. It is something that I have pondered on and off for several years. While I think widespread systemic failures have accelerated in the last decade, Iโ€™m starting to doubt that full collapse will occur in my lifetime. As a Gen Xer, I believe my age group is one of the major reasons this decaying country is still holding together (with duct tape and bailing wire).

The other day, it was time to buy a new microwave, our old one started shooting sparks. This is a pretty mundane task with no major effort, but we bought a newer and larger microwave than our old one. When we got home, I set up the new one; as I was, I began looking over the broken microwaveโ€™s interior glass plate, which was smaller than the new one. I was trying to figure out a use for the old plate. I thought I could use it as a serving dish or another cake plate. It is still perfectly good, and I shouldnโ€™t be wasteful and just throw it away.

That is when it dawned on me โ€“ Gen X was brought up mostly on our own wits or by our grandparents. I was looked after by my grandparents quite often; these are the people that grew up during the Great Depression and nothing went to waste. My grandfather still wrapped presents in the Sunday comics (a double treat really, because you could read the comics while you dreamed of what might be in it). My other grandfather used to buy one Hershey bar per week, and he would snap off a row and put the rest back until the next day. My grandmother sewed everything and cooked everything, and nothing went to waste. There were gardens, pickling, and preserving of foods. These are just a few of the memories that I have with them. My father and my uncle were always dragging something into the garage that was revamped and retooled to make run again. For us, these things became brand new with just a little bit of elbow grease.

So, it is no wonder that Gen X would keep applying another layer of duct tape and telling everyone it will be okay, we can still fix this. It is what we were taught to do, the problem is why does it need to be fixed and when did it really become something that needed to be kept together? Some of this article was drafted prior to the FBI raid on Trumpโ€™s Mar-a-Lago, and the Boomer conservative frenzy that happened after that event helped me see more of the truth. Boomers were the first heavily indoctrinated generation. Their parents were the saviors of the Western world. They defeated the great European evil, or so they were told. I believe the Greatest Generation was genuinely convinced they were fighting immoral authoritarianism; little did they know that they were sowing the seeds for the dystopian society we have today. However, that is a completely different discussion altogether.

Boomers inherited greatness and were told that America was their country, and they had to save the world from the wicked Russians. They were educated to be ready and to fight communism in other lands because a direct attack on Russia (the Soviet Union) would end in mutually assured destruction. The U.S. military would, ostensibly, fail in Korea and spectacularly fail in Vietnam, these strategic American defeats have continued to our present time. So, the approved narrative has fallen back to World War 2, as the great galvanizing force. The multitude of military failures has led many of us to search out the truth as to why we were fighting in all these countries. The truth is out there, and we do not (nor historically) have a justifiable reason for our endless meddling and wars abroad. Which, of course, has led to more and more distrust in the current regime.

Between the Gen Xers holding it together (as it were) and Boomer conservatives with their inherited title of saviors of the planet, the sinking of the USS Heritage America has been slower than expected. More of Generation X is letting go, and the new generations are already seeing the lifeboats hit the water.

It is time to recognize that the United States is a dying nation. Let it balkanize and the chips fall where they may. Of course, I look forward to a Free Dixie, but it is also time for other segments of the Empire to sink or swim. When Gen X is gone, the last large segment of Heritage America will be gone with it. Secession is the only way to save our future.
 

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I feel this Iโ€™m a millennial but as one special snow flake millennial author coined the term โ€œx-menial โ€œ or some fag shit basicly i was a very early millennial pre internet born early 80s I was raised by my grandparents and rember canning gardening etc
 

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Let it balkanize and the chips fall where they may. Of course, I look forward to a Free Dixie, but it is also time for other segments of the Empire to sink or swim. When Gen X is gone, the last large segment of Heritage America will be gone with it. Secession is the only way to save our future.
I don't think it's a matter of letting it happen. It's happening! (meme intended). If anything, more GenXers are realizing that they were lied to a lot. I don't think we are holding anything together. That said, a huge number of GenXers served in the ZOG wars in the Middle East, and they have a hard time letting go of their Bush-tier leanings.
 

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The USA is being invaded with 200,000 shitskins crossing the southern border every month now. Boomers are dying off. In 20 years most boomers will be gone. GenXers will be old. Millennial faggots will be a white minority. Then we will really see the bottom fall out of the USA. It's an awful future unfolding.
 

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Fellow Gen-Xer here. Remember the old saying, "Markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent." Moldbug was correct to say that the USA would not suddenly collapse but gradually decline to third-world status over 50-100 years, though he neglected to mention that the decline started in 1972 when we stopped spending billions of dollars sending men to the Moon and started giving that money to useless niggers instead.

With my family shattered by government meddling and the country it lived in for 400 years now under total Jewish control, I have no reason to stick around; I will emigrate and change my name.

My fellow white Americans who manage not to get shot and dumped in mass graves will spend their old age in something between a Latin American favela and the Soviet Union in the 1970s.
 

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I feel this Iโ€™m a millennial but as one special snow flake millennial author coined the term โ€œx-menial โ€œ or some fag shit basicly i was a very early millennial pre internet born early 80s I was raised by my grandparents and rember canning gardening etc
Gen X are the parents of millennials and hence can be blamed for why they were such failures to begin with. Fuck Gen X.
 

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That is when it dawned on me โ€“ Gen X was brought up mostly on our own wits or by our grandparents. I was looked after by my grandparents quite often; these are the people that grew up during the Great Depression and nothing went to waste. My grandfather still wrapped presents in the Sunday comics (a double treat really, because you could read the comics while you dreamed of what might be in it). My other grandfather used to buy one Hershey bar per week, and he would snap off a row and put the rest back until the next day. My grandmother sewed everything and cooked everything, and nothing went to waste. There were gardens, pickling, and preserving of foods. These are just a few of the memories that I have with them. My father and my uncle were always dragging something into the garage that was revamped and retooled to make run again. For us, these things became brand new with just a little bit of elbow grease.
The children of that generation(the boomer) were the most selfish and degenerate things in the universe. Everything revolves around the boomer's selfishness. Their "God" is the media - it's the only deity they've ever known. And they totally brought 'being mercenary is a virtue' into the world. If the boomer got it pumped into their empty head that "X is bad Y is good" they will lie/cheat/steal to get "Y" and pat themselves on the back for doing so. The boomer can barely walk with their fat disgusting, piglike frame and they'll still cut off 4 lanes of traffic to gorge further at a fucking Taco Bell. It's that shit that defines the boomer.

Actually the really telling thing was the parents of boomers AND the children of boomers both shook their heads at the boomer's selfishness and stupidity. Very, very, VERY rarely do you see multiple generations going "Wtf are you nuts!!" about the same group - the boomer is that group.
 
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To be perfectly honest, I expected the balkanization of America to be in a rebuilding phase at this point in my life. I fully anticipated to raise my kids in the aftermath of the Global American Empire (GAE). So, seeing America make it this far is somewhat of a surprise to me and I began to wonder why a few years ago. It is something that I have pondered on and off for several years. While I think widespread systemic failures have accelerated in the last decade, Iโ€™m starting to doubt that full collapse will occur in my lifetime. As a Gen Xer, I believe my age group is one of the major reasons this decaying country is still holding together (with duct tape and bailing wire).

The other day, it was time to buy a new microwave, our old one started shooting sparks. This is a pretty mundane task with no major effort, but we bought a newer and larger microwave than our old one. When we got home, I set up the new one; as I was, I began looking over the broken microwaveโ€™s interior glass plate, which was smaller than the new one. I was trying to figure out a use for the old plate. I thought I could use it as a serving dish or another cake plate. It is still perfectly good, and I shouldnโ€™t be wasteful and just throw it away.

That is when it dawned on me โ€“ Gen X was brought up mostly on our own wits or by our grandparents. I was looked after by my grandparents quite often; these are the people that grew up during the Great Depression and nothing went to waste. My grandfather still wrapped presents in the Sunday comics (a double treat really, because you could read the comics while you dreamed of what might be in it). My other grandfather used to buy one Hershey bar per week, and he would snap off a row and put the rest back until the next day. My grandmother sewed everything and cooked everything, and nothing went to waste. There were gardens, pickling, and preserving of foods. These are just a few of the memories that I have with them. My father and my uncle were always dragging something into the garage that was revamped and retooled to make run again. For us, these things became brand new with just a little bit of elbow grease.

So, it is no wonder that Gen X would keep applying another layer of duct tape and telling everyone it will be okay, we can still fix this. It is what we were taught to do, the problem is why does it need to be fixed and when did it really become something that needed to be kept together? Some of this article was drafted prior to the FBI raid on Trumpโ€™s Mar-a-Lago, and the Boomer conservative frenzy that happened after that event helped me see more of the truth. Boomers were the first heavily indoctrinated generation. Their parents were the saviors of the Western world. They defeated the great European evil, or so they were told. I believe the Greatest Generation was genuinely convinced they were fighting immoral authoritarianism; little did they know that they were sowing the seeds for the dystopian society we have today. However, that is a completely different discussion altogether.

Boomers inherited greatness and were told that America was their country, and they had to save the world from the wicked Russians. They were educated to be ready and to fight communism in other lands because a direct attack on Russia (the Soviet Union) would end in mutually assured destruction. The U.S. military would, ostensibly, fail in Korea and spectacularly fail in Vietnam, these strategic American defeats have continued to our present time. So, the approved narrative has fallen back to World War 2, as the great galvanizing force. The multitude of military failures has led many of us to search out the truth as to why we were fighting in all these countries. The truth is out there, and we do not (nor historically) have a justifiable reason for our endless meddling and wars abroad. Which, of course, has led to more and more distrust in the current regime.

Between the Gen Xers holding it together (as it were) and Boomer conservatives with their inherited title of saviors of the planet, the sinking of the USS Heritage America has been slower than expected. More of Generation X is letting go, and the new generations are already seeing the lifeboats hit the water.

It is time to recognize that the United States is a dying nation. Let it balkanize and the chips fall where they may. Of course, I look forward to a Free Dixie, but it is also time for other segments of the Empire to sink or swim. When Gen X is gone, the last large segment of Heritage America will be gone with it. Secession is the only way to save our future.
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I thought the only thing keeping America together was fentanyl.
 

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Gen X are the parents of millennials and hence can be blamed for why they were such failures to begin with. Fuck Gen X.
I think gen X'ers are predominantly the parents of zoom zooms if we're defining gen X as people born 1965-1980. Millennials are more of an indictment on boomers, honestly.
 

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I think gen X'ers are predominantly the parents of zoom zooms if we're defining gen X as people born 1965-1980. Millennials are more of an indictment on boomers, honestly.
This. We raised no Millenials. They were the youngest of the Boomers kids. My youngest sister is a Millenial and it shows.

Zoomers are Gen-Xers kids. That is why some have a hope. The fag Gen Z kids were raised by what I call "X-Boomers". They are the Xers that drank the Boomer Kool-Aide.
 

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Gen X are the parents of millennials and hence can be blamed for why they were such failures to begin with. Fuck Gen X.
Wrong and fuck you.
 

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To be perfectly honest, I expected the balkanization of America to be in a rebuilding phase at this point in my life. I fully anticipated to raise my kids in the aftermath of the Global American Empire (GAE). So, seeing America make it this far is somewhat of a surprise to me and I began to wonder why a few years ago. It is something that I have pondered on and off for several years. While I think widespread systemic failures have accelerated in the last decade, Iโ€™m starting to doubt that full collapse will occur in my lifetime. As a Gen Xer, I believe my age group is one of the major reasons this decaying country is still holding together (with duct tape and bailing wire).

The other day, it was time to buy a new microwave, our old one started shooting sparks. This is a pretty mundane task with no major effort, but we bought a newer and larger microwave than our old one. When we got home, I set up the new one; as I was, I began looking over the broken microwaveโ€™s interior glass plate, which was smaller than the new one. I was trying to figure out a use for the old plate. I thought I could use it as a serving dish or another cake plate. It is still perfectly good, and I shouldnโ€™t be wasteful and just throw it away.

That is when it dawned on me โ€“ Gen X was brought up mostly on our own wits or by our grandparents. I was looked after by my grandparents quite often; these are the people that grew up during the Great Depression and nothing went to waste. My grandfather still wrapped presents in the Sunday comics (a double treat really, because you could read the comics while you dreamed of what might be in it). My other grandfather used to buy one Hershey bar per week, and he would snap off a row and put the rest back until the next day. My grandmother sewed everything and cooked everything, and nothing went to waste. There were gardens, pickling, and preserving of foods. These are just a few of the memories that I have with them. My father and my uncle were always dragging something into the garage that was revamped and retooled to make run again. For us, these things became brand new with just a little bit of elbow grease.

So, it is no wonder that Gen X would keep applying another layer of duct tape and telling everyone it will be okay, we can still fix this. It is what we were taught to do, the problem is why does it need to be fixed and when did it really become something that needed to be kept together? Some of this article was drafted prior to the FBI raid on Trumpโ€™s Mar-a-Lago, and the Boomer conservative frenzy that happened after that event helped me see more of the truth. Boomers were the first heavily indoctrinated generation. Their parents were the saviors of the Western world. They defeated the great European evil, or so they were told. I believe the Greatest Generation was genuinely convinced they were fighting immoral authoritarianism; little did they know that they were sowing the seeds for the dystopian society we have today. However, that is a completely different discussion altogether.

Boomers inherited greatness and were told that America was their country, and they had to save the world from the wicked Russians. They were educated to be ready and to fight communism in other lands because a direct attack on Russia (the Soviet Union) would end in mutually assured destruction. The U.S. military would, ostensibly, fail in Korea and spectacularly fail in Vietnam, these strategic American defeats have continued to our present time. So, the approved narrative has fallen back to World War 2, as the great galvanizing force. The multitude of military failures has led many of us to search out the truth as to why we were fighting in all these countries. The truth is out there, and we do not (nor historically) have a justifiable reason for our endless meddling and wars abroad. Which, of course, has led to more and more distrust in the current regime.

Between the Gen Xers holding it together (as it were) and Boomer conservatives with their inherited title of saviors of the planet, the sinking of the USS Heritage America has been slower than expected. More of Generation X is letting go, and the new generations are already seeing the lifeboats hit the water.

It is time to recognize that the United States is a dying nation. Let it balkanize and the chips fall where they may. Of course, I look forward to a Free Dixie, but it is also time for other segments of the Empire to sink or swim. When Gen X is gone, the last large segment of Heritage America will be gone with it. Secession is the only way to save our future.
As a Gen Xer, I can relate to a lot in this article.
 

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Gen X are the parents of millennials and hence can be blamed for why they were such failures to begin with. Fuck Gen X.
My kids are Zoomers, but you are not wrong. GenX has spent their whole lives trying to impress their boomer bosses and professors.
 

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Firstly, why are they using a microwave?

Second, if you don't want to be wasteful why not fix the old one. If you can't fix it, at least salvage the useful parts, like the transformers. I mean, is the point here that gen x will save a microwave plate and toss out the microwave.

I count as a millennial, I guess, but these labels have very little meaning to me. I think it is more for NPCs. Sure, we might share some cultural reference points, but it is not like I act like everyone else that grew up at the same time as me. I have independent thought that is not linked to what the majority of people my age/generation are doing.

I think the writer comes off as a pompous ass. I save microwave plates because I watched people eat only a piece of curdled milk chocolate a day and my father with my uncle used to fix things. Try actually fixing something, or better yet building something. I have had my phone for 5 years, in that time I have replaced the battery and the USB socket. The float in the stupid toilet where I live, one of those low flow things, was not flushing properly. It would not drop down with the water so the tank would not refill. I glued a bunch of coins on top of it and it works perfectly. I built my own bicycle. I live in a tiny space, but have room for a workshop. Good on you gen x, holding it together by saving microwave plates.

The other problem overlooked, when these older generations were coming up, things were manufactured with the intent to be able to maintenance and repair. Those same generations decided products should not be able to be maintenance or repaired. For example, that microwave in the article, probably there is not even a schematic or parts list available. Goods are mostly disposable now, unless you get creative.
 

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