Generation X is an essentially sensitive, caring generation at heart, even if we don’t show it. We respect the elderly and are willing to have our
taxes pay for our grandparents’ pensions and in Britain, for free healthcare too. Yet I wonder how will the future generations look at our
generation? What will they see? What will they be told by the media? Will they admire us?
It seems clear to me that Generation X (born around 1972) will be utterly vilified by future generations as the ‘Worst Generation Ever‘. It will
be very easy for the mass media to show us in a bad light: as living in a time of great revelery, dancing, getting drunk, smoking, taking drugs and
squandering money on designer clothes, fancy holidays, tattoos, botox and plastic surgery while millions die in starvation and war elsewhere, and the
planet becomes horribly polluted. Will our grandchildren, Generation Z, think that we were to blame for the ruined world and poverty they will find
themselves in? People who love the horror of “vampires” and “monsters” are surely monsters themselves, they will say. Show them some photos of
plastic surgery gone wrong and we really will be seen as monsters.
Secondly, these generations who will become the future managers of society when we are old, are now growing up with murderous shoot ‘em up computer
games in which they themselves participate. Their reactions to gorey and horrific deaths are being deliberately numbed and indeed, killing and death
has become “entertainment”. Look at the ‘CSI’ forensic shows that they have flooded the USA and Europe with – every show starting with a
close up of a dead body – for entertainment. Adults can take these shows with a pinch of salt but how do these constant images affect the mind of a
child? They are certainly becoming apathetic and have no sympathy whatsoever for the victim. It is clear that this hardening of the heart will be
necessary for them in the future – but why?
Moreover, changing technology has reversed the roles of parents and children. Children now know more about technology than their parents and so they
have become the teachers of their own parents. Therefore new technology encourages disrespect for the older generations who are being left behind.
They’ll even have their own language – ’1337′ (‘Leet’). What will they think of their “dumb” grandparents in the future?
The 'Right to Die'
In 2009 the first cases of voluntary euthanasia were widely publicized in the Western media. They expounded the cases of elderly couples with terminal
diseases who had decided to die a ‘painless’ death together. The stories evoke feelings of sorrow, but also of injustice that the couples
couldn’t die in their own country because happily, to this day, it is still illegal in Britain and most of Europe. From its sympathetic tone, our
pro-Marxist Media is clearly in favour of the couples’ choice to die and indeed, ‘right’ to die. These cases are the first-step in the setting
of the pre-programming process in the minds of Generation X and Y (and therefore, Z) to the ultimate acceptance of mass Euthanasia of ALL
‘elderly’ people in the future.
Remember the words of the pro-Marxist band, ‘The Beatles’: “Will you still need me? Will you still FEED me – when I’m 64?”
Discrediting Christianity – the last supporter of Individualism
This new ‘Collectivism,’ i.e. living for the “Good of Society” opposes the ‘Individualism’ of Christianity that every individual has a
right to live and is clearly one the major reasons why the International Marxists have been discrediting the Church over the past fifty years. With
its replacement with the new ‘liberal atheists’ started within Generation X, the present Western population is now more willing to accept
Euthanasia and even fall for the argument that it is ‘romantic’ to die together or even ‘necessary’. No matter what you think of the Church
right now, it’s the only thing left that opposes Collectivism. Yet so many are quick to scorn and ridicule the very thing, indeed, the ONLY thing
that can save us from an early death in the future.
‘Prometheus’ – Ridley Scott film (*spoilers)
Characters who are willing to sacrifice their own lives, such as Holloway, Shaw and the pilots are the heroes of the film, whereas the characters who
want to preserve their lives, such as Weyland, Vickers and the Geologist, are the ones we don’t feel sorry for and we have no sympathy for them when
they die. This is clear pre-programming for the future mindset that dying for the “Good of Society” is heroic.
Also this, like the other Ridley Scott ‘epics’, will be watched again and again over the next 20 years. Such an opportunity for pre-programming is
worth the millions it cost to make.
Dr. Richard Day’s Lecture – 20th March 1969
Have you read about Dr Day’s private lecture given to 60 doctors? It is the subject of the book, “New Order of Barbarians” which are the
recollections of Dr. Lawrence Dunegan regarding a lecture he attended on 20th March 1969 at a meeting of the Pittsburgh Pediatric Society. I recommend
reading it as it contains a lot of information about the future of our society.
The lecture certainly rings true. Day tells the doctors about the “Demise Pill” which will be taken by our generation at retirement age. When we
are about 65, couples will be expected to go to the clinic together where they will say goodbye to their families and take the Demise Pill.
Of course, you will say now that you will simply refuse to take the Demise Pill, but it won’t be so simple in 30 years’ time when society is very
different. Europe and the USA will be too poor to keep people alive who can’t work. It’s as simple as that. You will take the Demise Pill because
it will be expected of you and you’ll be made to feel like a coward if you don’t. The guilt trip put on us will be phenomenal.
Any thoughts about what to do about this??