Paul Joseph Watson has given the world some fantastic fact-based rants, but this one about young people in Britain whining about Brexit is my absolute FAVORITE of his. And even though he’s talking about Brexit specifically, a lot of what he’s saying could apply to any instance of whiny Millennials that you could come across.
Pop some popcorn and enjoy the show –
He is right on every point.
The saddest part about the young people getting mad at their parents and grandparents for voting to leave is all the self-projection. These Millennials keep saying the older generation voted “Leave” because of selfishness or out of a desire to punish their children and grandchildren. And the young voters think that because that’s what they would do. They voted out of selfishness. They voted to be ruled over by a faceless bureaucracy because it’s easier to be told what to do, rather than take the initiative and think for yourself.
The fact is that the older generation has lived long enough with the EU that they don’t want their children and grandchildren to have to live with it any longer. They are, in fact, being the very opposite of selfish. They know they’re not going to have to live with the consequences of this election very long, but their kids will. THAT’S why they voted “Leave.” To make sure they leave Britain better than they found it for the next generation.
I mean, living under a government that dictates what kind of toasters you can use or that denies drinking water will prevent dehydration or that forces Islamic migrants into my country who then routinely rape and sexually assault women without punishment doesn’t sound like any kind of government I want to live under.
I was listening to a video by Sargon of Akkad about this very subject and he had a quote that I think these whiny, butt-hurt Millennials could do with learning: “Society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they will never sit in.” That pretty much sums up everything that Brexit was about.