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Generational Division Is Part Of Generational Warfare
Generational Divides Cause Unnecessary Infighting And We Must Be Weary Of This
This morning while watering my seedlings and plants; drinking my coffee, I began to ruminate on a topic I have been thinking about all week. That topic was: the layers of generational warfare.
Generational warfare and generational attacks are mostly defined as long drawn out attacks on a people which are slow to take hold and therefor difficult for the victims to notice. Some examples are: the poison in the food, the pharma system weaponizing the healthcare geared towards selling opioids and not actual solutions, the debt slavery system and its ever growing grasp, disarmament of western nations, etc.
The more I ponder this topic the more I realize it isn’t so simple. When the covid-operation began I noticed the emphasis on injecting older persons almost immediately. “They are the most at risk.” The system and its agents are liars, so I looked almost immediately into alternative reasons why our older generations were first targeted. You may consider some surface reasons such as reducing the strain on the pension system, or the healthcare system, but as we know money doesn’t matter at this point: they print all they want and then they weaponize the NPCs to only be outraged about spending when it could have impact on the end goals. The system prints money as it needs it, so why is there even a strain anything? No reason really makes any sense until you being to value the things that actually matter like time and knowledge.
It is my belief that our older generations were targeted because they were around to witness similar events. I have learned more from the lore passed down by my grandparents than I ever have from a public-indoctrination-operation like the school system. Older generations can pass down knowledge to us about how to be resilient to such events. They can pass down information on how we can defeat these evils. This is also why we’re supposed to believe that they are “stupid” so that we distrust what they tell us.
“Ok boomer…” “Wow, old people are bad at phones…” “My grandma can’t even operate a remote…”
This is a generational attack, within a generational attack. They want us to hate the people who brought us into this world and kept us safe from harm while we were learning the way this realm works. The same thing works in reverse…
“Millennials can’t even work hard…” “You could buy a house if you worked harder…” “You are the laziest generation…”
Are you noticing these attacks yet? Why are these tropes even in place. If everyone embraced self responsibility these would go away. If millennials are perceived as lazy, is it not the generation criticizing them who is responsible for aiding in creating this condition? If your grandparents are bad at using a tv remote, maybe they come from a world before that mind-control device was so prevalent, and you yourself shouldn’t be so adept at choosing how to be programmed through having such a high skill in navigating between netflix and youtube?
Look. We are under attack and have been for generations. They get us to attack ourselves. How do we fight back?
I was watering those plants and seeds this morning, thinking about this, and I thought about how I’m walking through my yard barefoot. I do this because I’m grounding. It makes me feel better and heals my body. My parents’ generation doesn’t easily believe this. In fact my mother is always giving my nieces grief if they don’t have shoes on in the yard. Why? They’re kids. Kids should be playing in the dirt and grounding as much as possible. I’ll tell you why: my parents’ generation was psyopped. They think sunscreen is going to help them. They avoid eating cholesterol because a bunch of 90s workout shows in the mind-control device known as a television told them they could be skinny if they didn’t eat it, but instead they just get alzheimer's.
We have a responsibility to the generations before and after us to end this ridiculous habit of “bragging about drinking from the hose.” We need to embrace them, no matter how stupid, how psyopped, or how much they resist us, for the simple sake that they are our people, and even if they took the mRNA injection some of them were our blood once. We need to guide them, and we need to listen to them. This is us taking responsibility.
Teach your parents about the things you have learned. Protect them and their parents from the generational attacks aimed at them by the system. Remember that they have Stockholm Syndrome for the system which is trying to destroy them: stern patience. That what it’ll take. Don’t concede when you know you are right, but also be willing to listen. This is the task which has fallen upon our generation: we have access to new information and we need to use this knowledge to save our own.