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RE: Study: Generation Z is more conservative than Millennials
(02-05-2017 11:07 AM)Thomas Jackson Wrote:  
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(02-04-2017 10:42 PM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  The underlying premise stands to reason in a way.
Kids have a tendency to 'rebel' or do the opposite of their parents.

Lefty parents? Righty kids...

I've never met someone who grew up with lefty parents that didn't come out even more left. I don't doubt it happens but those are the exceptions that prove the rule. You can see this for yourself in high schools in the inner north of Melbourne since they are populated by the children of the intelligentsia and the oldest hipsters i.e Northcote, Brunswick, Princes Hill and University high schools. Also a fair few in the local private schools like Ivanhoe Grammar.

The opposite happens all the time though but that's what you'd expect anyway.

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Has anybody else noticed that the youngest Millennials are noticeably more SJW than the older ones? I'm meeting seemingly normal 18 and 19 year old suburban white girls who have started to disparagingly bring up "old white men" in front of me on dates, unprompted. The most recent case is actually doing Computer Science too. This has happened to me before but only from girls a little older who you would expect to be liberal anyway. Never from your run of the mill basic bitch.

Absolutely the 27-34 millennials are a different breed than the younger ones. I'm 30 and we weren't indoctrinated in college or high school with the same level garbage the younger millennials were.

All of my classmates are pretty much neck deep in this crap. I have a very low opinion of most of them.

If they looked like losers in school, they ended up being losers today.
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RE: Study: Generation Z is more conservative than Millennials
Listening to the Alex Jones show. At around 1:13:00 he says he was mobbed at his kid's schools asking about Paul Joseph Watson, Milo etc.





These guys are the new pop stars. They're edgy enough to appeal to teenagers, but not far-right wing that would turn these young people off.

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RE: Study: Generation Z is more conservative than Millennials
(02-05-2017 01:05 AM)Deluge Wrote:  I've never met someone who grew up with lefty parents that didn't come out even more left. I don't doubt it happens but those are the exceptions that prove the rule. You can see this for yourself in high schools in the inner north of Melbourne since they are populated by the children of the intelligentsia and the oldest hipsters i.e Northcote, Brunswick, Princes Hill and University high schools. Also a fair few in the local private schools like Ivanhoe Grammar.

The opposite happens all the time though but that's what you'd expect anyway.

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Has anybody else noticed that the youngest Millennials are noticeably more SJW than the older ones? I'm meeting seemingly normal 18 and 19 year old suburban white girls who have started to disparagingly bring up "old white men" in front of me on dates, unprompted. The most recent case is actually doing Computer Science too. This has happened to me before but only from girls a little older who you would expect to be liberal anyway. Never from your run of the mill basic bitch.

I wasn't implying that it was an absolute, more-so a possibility.
When the pendulum swings one way, it is bound to swing back the other.

It may not be quick, it may not be uniform.
Yet whether it's more chicks lamenting that there are 'no good men left'.
Hipsters & emo gits failing to breed.
Kids realizing the futility of spending ~$40,000 on a college degree that amounts to nothing.
Or the audience of the likes of Milo, Paul Watson, Cernovich, Voxday, Roosh, Roissy et al expanding.

Slowly but surely folk will realize the futility in excess secular hedonism.

Then again. This 'conservative' streak in younger kids may simply be due to a lack of social skills & social graces.
Kids being more guarded or more aloof due to their reliance on technology.
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Quote:These guys are the new pop stars. They're edgy enough to appeal to teenagers, but not far-right wing that would turn these young people off.

We'll be ready for them when they want the hard stuff.

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I had an interesting experience with this topic today. I was invited by a friend who knows I'm an unabashed Trump supporter to a workshop at a large private university on the west coast on the topic of bridging the divide between Trump supports and what was called "the resistance". This workshop was put on by grad students for students, faculty, and assorted invitees to discuss the current political climate.

I went in with the intention of going full shitlord to trigger snowflakes. Yet I held back after the response I got after stating I voted for Trump and my reasoning. What I got was was a series of well thought out questions from students, some of whom voted Trump as well.

They weren't surprised that I wasn't literally Hitler. They didn't expect me to be. And in return, their questions have me some hope that this next generation isn't all triggered snowflakes looking to take offense at the slightest thing.

But there was a gentleman in a red MAGA hat that got plenty of attention from the girls. All I could was smile.

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My son (14) has pretty red pill beliefs overall. I guess a lot of them come from me, but other things I don't know, they must be from his peer group. For example, he is racist as fuck and finds Asian girls just as repulsive as fatties. I tell him just wait until he sees what the little hardbellies he's chasing look like in a few years then he'll see what I mean. He scoffs.... and I guess while he sees an abundance of thin and pretty teenage Australian girls he won't change his mind. But I've seen what happens to 99% of those thin, pretty Australian girls. The wall is hard, harsh, and early.

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(02-11-2017 09:28 PM)Roosh Wrote:  
Quote:These guys are the new pop stars. They're edgy enough to appeal to teenagers, but not far-right wing that would turn these young people off.

We'll be ready for them when they want the hard stuff.

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Are you trying to say you are hard far right wing or hardcore edgy?

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(02-11-2017 09:28 PM)Roosh Wrote:  
Quote:These guys are the new pop stars. They're edgy enough to appeal to teenagers, but not far-right wing that would turn these young people off.

We'll be ready for them when they want the hard stuff.

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Are you trying to say you are hard far right wing or hardcore edgy?

I think he means we are a bit further ahead of the curve, this forum, than is most anybody who happens to be the new pop stars he referenced.

This forum still spits out harder truths than I've yet to see in the new mainstream of right wing territory. Some people are becoming purple pilled talking about being red pilled but still haven't fully digested that ruby gem.
It's just what's en vogue right now.

Whereas contrasted with the forum we have never been "out of vogue" and have been here with a digested red pill in our belly for far longer, ready for them when they want the harder truth of this world.

I doubt it. Remember that your lower level, millenial leftist isn't good at critical thinking. They're largely like trained dogs who emote in response to programmed cues like the word "racism" and "socialism". Easy_C

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(02-13-2017 07:33 AM)Tex Cruise Wrote:  My son (14) has pretty red pill beliefs overall. I guess a lot of them come from me, but other things I don't know, they must be from his peer group. For example, he is racist as fuck and finds Asian girls just as repulsive as fatties. I tell him just wait until he sees what the little hardbellies he's chasing look like in a few years then he'll see what I mean. He scoffs.... and I guess while he sees an abundance of thin and pretty teenage Australian girls he won't change his mind. But I've seen what happens to 99% of those thin, pretty Australian girls. The wall is hard, harsh, and early.

Unless your definition of racist is completely different to mine, why have you made this sound like a good thing? Having preferences in the race of women isn't racist, otherwise by intuition being gay would automatically make you sexist.

Sure, be open to red-pill truths about race. Asians have the highest IQs, Jews are ultra successful and blacks are the best athletes. But treat 'em all the same.
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^ If I made it sound like a good thing, that was certainly not my intention and was due to my lack of writing skills and level of alcohol consumption.
I appreciate asian women for their ability to remain attractive into their 30s, 40s, and even 50s. I don't think he understands this because he sees an abundance of thin caucasian teenage girls, and his peer group must all make racist jokes about asian girls.

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(02-04-2017 10:38 AM)RBerkley Wrote:  But this Generation Z is the most affected generation so far regarding SJW & political correctness. Their natural instinct is to silently go against the status quo like any other high school teenage generation, status quo in this case is feminism & political correctness.

Bingo RBerkley. The contrarian rebel phase runs from teens to early twenties. I hooked up with a younger girl on Bumble the other day and was thinking about this because per her profile she was conservative ("White Christian female that voted Trump, how else may I offend you today?" and "Dislikes: feminism, snowflakes, bad hombres, cigarettes") but she had some non-conservative traits (bunch of tattoos, clit ring). It made me realize by swinging conservative, she is just going against everything she is bombarded by (liberal media and college) and wonder if she really is just going against the status quo and being edgy.

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This is prevalent amongst the young "Shit Lords" in the Alternative Rigth. I've spoken to many who simply want the sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll of the Seventies - or who espouse pointless political plans doomed to failure, but nonetheless edgy - merely because it's a fun form of rebellion, trolling Leftists. They aren't committed in any personal sense to resurrecting Western Civilization.

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(02-13-2017 05:15 PM)estraudi Wrote:  
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(02-11-2017 09:28 PM)Roosh Wrote:  
Quote:These guys are the new pop stars. They're edgy enough to appeal to teenagers, but not far-right wing that would turn these young people off.

We'll be ready for them when they want the hard stuff.

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Are you trying to say you are hard far right wing or hardcore edgy?

I think he means we are a bit further ahead of the curve, this forum, than is most anybody who happens to be the new pop stars he referenced.

This forum still spits out harder truths than I've yet to see in the new mainstream of right wing territory. Some people are becoming purple pilled talking about being red pilled but still haven't fully digested that ruby gem.
It's just what's en vogue right now.

Whereas contrasted with the forum we have never been "out of vogue" and have been here with a digested red pill in our belly for far longer, ready for them when they want the harder truth of this world.

I'm working on an argument that we're moving beyond Left vs Right currently; it's taking some work, because I'm not promoting an idiotic alliance like Libertarians (Porn Addicts and Greedy Autists unite!); we, on this forum, tend to align Right because it's less insane, but we're not your run of the mill Republicans - nor Zeitgeist advocates, which - with all due respect - is what Alex Jones largely is.

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Study in the Guardian is providing evidence that Generation Z is less interested in social media than their Millennial counterparts:

Quote:For 17-year-old Mary Amanuel, from London, it happened in Tesco. “We were in year 7,” she remembers, “and my friend had made an Instagram account. As we were buying stuff, she was counting the amounts of likes she’d got on a post. ‘Oooh, 40 likes. 42 likes.’ I just thought: ‘This is ridiculous.’”

Isabelle, an 18-year-old student from Bedfordshire who doesn’t want to disclose her surname, turned against social media when her classmates became zombified. “Everyone switched off from conversation. It became: ‘Can I have your number to text you?’ Something got lost in terms of speaking face to face. And I thought: ‘I don’t really want to be swept up in that.’” For 15-year-old Emily Sharp, from Staines in Surrey, watching bullying online was the final straw. “It wasn’t nice. That deterred me from using it.”

It is widely believed that young people are hopelessly devoted to social media. Teenagers, according to this stereotype, tweet, gram, Snap and scroll. But for every young person hunched over a screen, there are others for whom social media no longer holds such an allure. These teens are turning their backs on the technology – and there are more of them than you might think.

While many of us have been engrossed in the Instagram lives of our co-workers and peers, a backlash among young people has been quietly boiling. One 2017 survey of British schoolchildren found that 63% would be happy if social media had never been invented. Another survey of 9,000 internet users from the research firm Ampere Analysis found that people aged 18-24 had significantly changed their attitudes towards social media in the past two years. Whereas 66% of this demographic agreed with the statement “social media is important to me” in 2016, only 57% make this claim in 2018. As young people increasingly reject social media, older generations increasingly embrace it: among the 45-plus age bracket, the proportion who value social media has increased from 23% to 28% in the past year, according to Ampere’s data.

This is part of a wider trend. According to a study by US marketing firm Hill Holliday of Generation Z – people born after 1995 – half of those surveyed stated they had quit or were considering quitting at least one social media platform. When it comes to Gen Z’s relationship to social media, “significant cracks are beginning to show”, says the firm’s Lesley Bielby.

She believes we will definitely see an increase in younger people quitting or substantially reducing their use. “And as younger Gen Zers notice this behaviour among their older siblings and friends, they too will start to dial down their use of social media.”

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I would not be surprised if teenage avoidance of social media in part, is not too different to that of adult celebrity social media avoidance.
A simple measure to get away from all the ranting & trolling online directed at them.
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I live near a university. All of the freshmen are going to house parties in packs of 30, like every fall. The girls slutting it up, and the guys out to fuck them are - I assume - Generation Z'ers who are barely 18.

Are a large percentage of them, if not half, going to be just as bad as the milennials, though? I know they're more conservative *now*, but college really fucked up the milennials, and I don't want to expect something out of them I'm not going to get.
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I've never had any expectations for Gen Z. They may use un-PC humour at primary school, but come secondary school and university they'll be brainwashed into komsomoltsi for the Left.

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(09-04-2018 12:03 AM)fokker Wrote:  I've never had any expectations for Gen Z. They may use un-PC humour at primary school, but come secondary school and university they'll be brainwashed into komsomoltsi for the Left.

Being Gen Z myself, I mostly agree that this generation is over hyped. From my experience, there are some positives about them as a group as opposed to older generations, but ultimately, overall I don't think they will present as much of a challenge to control for the globo-homo establishment as some commentators are making them out to be.
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We millenials are as a whole a trash generation.

There's a reason for that "30 year old boomer" meme.

Millenials are not even young anymore and are beginning to look embarassingly unhinged and incompetent. Tattoos all over, colored hair, fat and pudgy from binge drinking for 20 years. At once complete disrespectful of other people's boundaries, while simultaneously narcissistic victim clamers for the smallest slight.

We got to face the ugly truth. The average ugly-tattoo, heavily drinking, impolite millennial is indeed a similar relic of the hippie boomer and are going to be despised by future generations.
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Anonymous Conservative has written about/noticed the K shift and that Gen Z now is more conservative than boomers are now, and historically people get more conservative with age. And this is despite the massive peer pressure from society to be progressive. It's speculated that we are adapting to the subtle cues of possible K(resource restriction, adversity) that is coming.
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A black pill - Pew research poll found that a lot of Gen Z kids actually are pretty similar if not more leftish on a whole host of issues such as tranny madness

http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2019/01/1...al-issues/

Quote:There are stark generational differences in views on these issues. Generation Z is the most likely of the five generations to say that when a form or online profile asks about a person’s gender it should include options other than “man” and “woman”; a 59% majority of Gen Zers say this. Half of Millennials say forms or online profiles should include additional gender options, as do about four-in-ten Gen Xers (40%) and Boomers (37%) and roughly a third of those in the Silent Generation (32%).

These views vary widely along partisan lines, with generational differences evident within each party coalition, but sharpest among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents. About four-in-ten Republican Gen Zers (41%) think forms should include other gender options, compared with 27% of Republican Millennials, 17% of GOP Gen Xers and Boomers and 16% of Republican Silents. Among Democrats and Democratic leaners, half or more in all generations say this, including 71% of Gen Zers and 55% of Silents.

The part where gen Z is a bit more conservative is on the issue of if people need to be more considerate of other people in terms of the language being used, most likely the effect of a generation being more exposed to internet culture and the free slinging of opinions that occurs on there.

Quote:When it comes to views about how careful people should be in using potentially offensive language, members of Gen Z are divided over whether people need to be more careful or if concerns about political correctness have gone too far. Some 46% of Gen Zers say people need to be more careful about the language they use to avoid offending people with different backgrounds, while 53% say too many people are easily offended these days over the language that others use.
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I've been saying this for months, actually pay attention to the generation and you'll see they are like Millenials if not more leftish. They're more addicted to social media, they're more sensitive to stuff, the girls are bigger whores and the guys have even less testosterone. The only saving grace is feminism isn't as popular. They're like the true hippie generation. There aren't as radical (YET) but they're definitely worse in certain aspects than millennials.

Their humor is darker however so that's something.
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The religious right has failed catastrophically in focusing solely on gays, while completely neglecting the general societal decay of women and traditional marriage.

This shift in "live and let live, down low" lifestyle of gays, into a "married with a twist" pretend culture, has paved the way for a growing acceptance of trannies and LGBT families (including worst: adoptions and surrogacy). After all, if two men can marry and be mommies, why can't a man be a woman?

Trannyism is much more popular in countries like the US, Brazil, Iran and India, where religious hate against gays is more prevalent.

Where's the religious right now, when oriental dick chopping has become invogue? Yeah, those pussies are nowhere to be found. Failed in every way possible, while the so called "godless" Europe, do not suffer trannyism in greater numbers.
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(01-18-2019 05:45 AM)nomadbrah Wrote:  The religious right has failed catastrophically in focusing solely on gays, while completely neglecting the general societal decay of women and traditional marriage.

This shift in "live and let live, down low" lifestyle of gays, into a "married with a twist" pretend culture, has paved the way for a growing acceptance of trannies and LGBT families (including worst: adoptions and surrogacy). After all, if two men can marry and be mommies, why can't a man be a woman?

Trannyism is much more popular in countries like the US, Brazil, Iran and India, where religious hate against gays is more prevalent.

Where's the religious right now, when oriental dick chopping has become invogue? Yeah, those pussies are nowhere to be found. Failed in every way possible, while the so called "godless" Europe, do not suffer trannyism in greater numbers.

Yeah, you're doing great over there.

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01-18-2019 05:53 AM
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