Kids Today

He drove out the man, and at the east of the Garden of Eden he placed the cherubim and a flaming sword that turned every way to guard the way to the Tree of Life.

Genesis 3:24
Cherub of El Paso

The ambitious and precocious kids today are trying to instigate a war on guns and blame it on Trump and his ‘white nationalist rhetoric’. In fact the El Paso shooting had nothing to do with Mexicans or ‘Hispanic invasion’ even though they made a convenient target. The shooter, Patrick Crusius, was vindicating his father’s psychology practice treating victims of gunshot violence for PTSD and addiction. His father was a propagandist for the “John of God” sex cult and wrote a book about the 13th Step in AA, which is commonly understood as preying on newcomers. The son’s manifesto similarly referenced a dozen incompatible radical ideologies. He was despondent about climate change and automation, and he hated the oligarchy for exploiting low wage immigrants. After the attack the country cried, “Aha – white nationalist! This is why we need gun control!” Of course, that will start Civil War 2.0, which was his goal.

Kids are hopeless today, and for good reason. Worse than climate change, automation and gun rights (and exploitation of immigrants by the oligarchy) is the $22 trillion national debt. They are rightfully resentful about being burdened with it. Even worse, they are bullied viciously when they complain: they are called ‘ungrateful’ and ‘moron’ and ‘lacking compassion’. They are told, “It actually helps the economy” and “It never has to be paid back so shut up.” As a result they back off and instead protest in the street against gun violence – to protect them from the autistic kids they bully every day. For this they enjoy our hearty adulation.

Fortunately the solution to the national debt is simple: just promise to support your grandparents and in return they agree to vote to abolish Social Security and Medicare. These programs are the main contributors to national debt. Of course they will be bullied viciously, but if your own grandparents insult and berate you then really, what was the point of humanity in the first place?

We stand on the verge of re-entering the Garden of Eden. We won’t have to work and we can partake of all the bounty in our local Walmart. But remember why we got kicked out the first time:

“Behold, the man has become like one of us in knowing good and evil. Now, lest he reach out his hand and take also of the Tree of Life and eat, and live forever—”

Genesis 3:22

Robots live forever, and their automation gives us rest. These Walmart shooters imagine themselves as the Cherubim, trying to keep us out of the Garden. We are not ready for automation and retirement, and these kids know it (or at least fear we won’t invite them). They are calling our bluff. We must first vindicate gun rights and vanquish socialism. That’s the only way to end these massacres. Then people can amass wealth and retire and leave the heavy lifting for others until all men are free.

Climate change is the other main crisis facing the youth. However this can be solved by planting trees. There are currently about 3 trillion trees in the world. If this can be increased to 4 trillion (less than 200 per person), then this will offset most of the carbon output. Of course, we must also end deforestation. But all this can be done without re-architecting our entire society as proposed by the Green New Deal. Unfortunately kids are bullied relentlessly and called ‘idiot’ and ‘moron’ when they suggest simple fixes. But they must understand not to take it personally.

The immigration crisis is certainly not an existential threat to the country, nor do any of these shooters seriously think it is. Nevertheless, we must solve it because otherwise their children’s tears are exploited by the democrats to insult and berate Trump supporters to instigate them to violence to use as a pretext to enact gun control and then disarm and deport them to the concentration camps on the border. And then give their houses to illegals and ‘people who struggle with homelessness’.

Again, there is a simple solution here: instead of exporting our armies, we must export our values. This cannot be done by the State Department or the Foreign Service. These agencies are, after all, partly responsible for perpetuating the hellholes around the world the immigrants are fleeing from. Instead it must be done by immigrants and their descendants, who have lived in the USA for decades in many cases. They learned peace and dignity and now must bestow these blessings upon their homelands. Of course they don’t have to – they are welcome to stay and enjoy paradise in the USA. But then we’re really not interested in their ‘solutions’ that will only turn our country into the hellholes their ancestors created before barely escaping from.

American kids today feel hopeless and act out in desperation and violence. But with these simple solutions, the whole world is theirs, if they want it.

Let not them that are mine enemies
 wrongfully rejoice over me:
neither let them wink with the eye
 that hate me without a cause.
For they speak not peace:
 but they devise deceitful matters
 against them that are quiet in the land.
Yea, they opened their mouth wide against me,
 and said, “Aha, aha, our eye hath seen it!”
This thou hast seen, O Lord: keep not silence:
 O Lord, be not far from me.

Psalm 35:19

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