I'm claiming that Vox Day is filled with hate for a generation (my generation) yet he claims to be a Christian.
First he wanted you dead and I was being dishonest, now he just doesn't like you. Well guess what, he's very open about that fact. Disliking annoying people is not the same as wanting to kill them with a pillow, however.
You accuse me of peddling B.S. and yet you just moved the goal post. I will repeat: Day of the pillow explicitly refers to boomers dying in old folks homes under the care of diversity hires.
I'd like to point out that he's been talking about this long before corrupt hospitals deliberately left thousands of elderly to die on ventilators.
Watch some of the testimony from whistleblowing nurses who worked in NY hospitals.
The reason why you think Vox is saying something awful when he talks about day of the pillow is because you can't get over yourself. Do your kids hate you? Are you in a nursing home filled with immigrant staff who hate you? No? Well then, what's the problem?
To you criticism of the boomer generation as a whole = personal attack. But, if you're not like the other girls
, why should criticism of your generation bother you? My parents are boomers but they don't take it personally. But then they also don't try to claim that they're amazing all the time on internet forums and talk about all the hunting they did and how when they were my age they built an entire car themselves using hard work and bubble gum.
I don't get upset when people bash millennials. In fact, I bash millennials (and myself by extension) all the time.
It depends. I volunteered at a rest home for a while. There was a lot of staff from Africa, as the stereotype goes. Most seemed like pretty decent people, but I'd say that overall conditions were not good and it was a terrible place. Incidentally, I love my Boomer parents and have told them repeatedly that I'd much prefer they move in with my family instead of going to a rest home.
I don't think anyone has ever asserted that all rest home staff from Africa abuse their patients... The problem is that the percentage who do it is much higher than from other demographics. Everyone at my grandmother's retirement home (she's there by choice and my parents have tried to talk her into moving in with them many times) is lovely.