America has raised the most imbecilic generation of our time.
That’s the truth, like it or not.
I know we like to think that our kids are smarter, and so on. After all, they’ve had the BEST the world has to offer, and I do mean the best.
Just give the ’50s generation ONE tool from today, e.g. supercomputer, the internet, a cell phone, and they could have reinvented life as we know it. This generation uses all the tools available today for gaming or filming fights.
Today the Left politicizes kids from the moment they are born (including the unborn). They indoctrinate them in schools, so by the time they get to college the outcome is predictable.
As Seinfeld explained on EW,
Like Chris Rock and Larry the Cable Guy, Jerry Seinfeld avoids doing shows on college campuses. And while talking with ESPN’s Colin Cowherd on Thursday, the comedian revealed why: College kids today are too politically correct.
“I hear that all the time,” Seinfeld said on The Herd with Colin Cowherd. “I don’t play colleges, but I hear a lot of people tell me, ‘Don’t go near colleges. They’re so PC.’”
Seinfeld says teens and college-aged kids don’t understand what it means to throw around certain politically-correct terms. “They just want to use these words: ‘That’s racist;’ ‘That’s sexist;’ ‘That’s prejudice,’” he said. “They don’t know what the f—k they’re talking about.”
The funnyman went on to recount a conversation he and his wife had with their 14-year-old daughter, which he believes proved his point.
“My wife says to her, ‘Well, you know, in the next couple years, I think maybe you’re going to want to be hanging around the city more on the weekends, so you can see boys,’” Seinfeld recalled. “You know what my daughter says? She says, ‘That’s sexist.’”
Seinfeld nailed it with that example. I’m sure he raised his daughter “in his own image,” and yet she has succumbed to this ideology that merely presuming her heterosexuality is considered “sexist.”
It’s time a different thought process permeate youth, as least just so they can consider an alternative. They no longer think in “human terms,” but instead in categories. Everything is “ist.”
We must start this change, before it’s too late.