@Antanicus nah it’s just ageism and pointless targetting of a group to feel superior
@felix keep spreading hate comrade, see if it helps
@bluberrycookie @felix rich people of all ages. even among the elderly there are plenty that live in precarity, with barely enough to get by. some live in the streets. many can’t afford to get treated for their various illnesses. all of this because the people in charge, young and old, prioritize the maximization of benefits for shareholders over all else. don’t waste your time on petty age wars…
@bluberrycookie @papush @felix ageism? First of all, this whole thing started because pundits keep using “millennials” as an insult and blaming them for destruction. Generational cohorts aren’t _our_ invention.
But secondly, they’re also not ageist. It’s not about “old people don’t get it”. It’s about what context each generation grew up in.
@bluberrycookie I'm just not sure how calling people names is supposed to help.
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<f Adam Christensen
A great quote from Jules Suzdaltsev:
“ok boomer” doesn’t mean “ok person born
between 1946 and 1964”
It means, “ok person born into uniquely
prosperous circumstances built on the backs
of colonialism, slavery, and white supremacy,
who believes that this prosperity was not only
normal, but legitimately earned.
& 6 Q
but people born after that too.
I mean, ok they are not in the economical "boom", and that may be the biggest difference. But their life is still built upon colonialism, slavery, white supremacy, patriarchy, etc. It didn't really change, right ?
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