This is why Bernie Sanders refuses to denounce his staff’s execute-the-opposition & abolish-the-Constitution rhetoric: because Bernie himself admires extreme authoritarian dictatorships.
Tim characterizes Bernie as the Anti-Trump: “Trump is talking about creating wealth, Bernie is talking about taking it.”
Tim Pool claimed the other day that 68% of millennial womxyzn are Democrats. This is incorrect.
PEW Research found in 2018 that 68% of 18-34 year olds identified as Democrats.
This 68% figure has been erroneously characterized by the media as representative of millennials, though anyone with a functioning front lobe who looks at the damn charts will no doubt realize millennials & zoomers have been grouped together.
The millennials’ share of that percentage almost certainly would have been higher, considering GenZ as a whole is more socially conservative than GenY. And it is likely to have climbed higher still in 2020, given the increasing political polarization of every cultural institution and the fact that womxyzn are more susceptible to emotional manipulation and ideological indoctrination.
Which brings me to my conclusion: that young womxyzn should be put on puberty blockers. Not long enough to sterilize them — just long enough to counteract the harmful effects of estrogen to the brain.
This is terrifying to me. Putting aside the issue of crimethink, I was stuck in a hospital (and later nursing home) for a number of weeks because I required 24/7 palliative care. Between the pain itself and the incredible amount of Dilaudid they had to keep circulating through my system even as I slept, I was completely out of my goddamned mind. I couldn’t make my own medical decisions because much of the time I was delirious, and even when I seemed alert, I had very little grasp on what was happening to me. (I refused food for a full two weeks, all the while complaining that the nurses were starving me.)
My short term memory was shot (I ended up being blessed with permanent amnesia), and I was an absolute fucking bitch, screaming all sorts of abusive things at every female who came in contact with me. (Yes, just the women, apparently.)
I didn’t know what the hell I was doing. I’m normally the world’s most charismatic patient, but between the pain and the drugs and the trauma (both physical and emotional), I was an absolute hellion to the poor people at the hospital. (From what I understand, the nursing home staff deserved me.)
I didn’t have any mental health issue to help account for my behavior, and it wasn’t until I was readmitted (a few weeks after my release) that they realized the extent to which my “medically-induced psychosis” had influenced my behavior. (One of the palliative care nurses confided in me that she’d assumed I was just a bitch.)
So yeah, the idea of being abandoned to that kind of suffering and ultimately left to die of shock both terrifies and angers me.