In America I am noticing a lot of Hostility in young People Why?
I am seeing more and more hostile young people from ages 12-18, they have experienced very little real life. Yet they think life has dumped a bad hand in their laps. Many of these kids are from middle class families living in suburbia, not inner city kids or poor country kids such as I was growing up.
They see what's going on. Instinctively, they realize their generation has been doomed to impoverishment by a national state that has looted the nation and run out of people to rip off. They will inherit an America nothing like the secure, rich, comfortable, hopeful one of preceding generations, there is nothing they can do about it, and they resent being left with nothing but a monumental debt there is no hope of paying off and an increasingly authoritarian government grown too big and powerful to reform. I don't blame them for being angry. They should be.
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