I have always been fascinated by the blogger Audacious Epigone’s theory about Generation Zyklon – the surprising and counterintuitive idea that America’s youngest cohort are rejective progressive propaganda in the schools and media, and becoming as “based” as their Silent forefathers. It’s an important question, after all, and one that will determine to what extent the US will remain a functional country in the many decades ahead.
Audacious Epigone has marshalled a great deal of tantalizing evidence in support of this theory over the years.
And incidents such as the Baraboo salute in a small town Wisconsin high school have suggested that perhaps /pol/ culture is seeping into the US mainstream amongst youth.
However, more and more polls have been coming out that challenge this perception, and with this latest one, I think it’s now time to conclusively drop that meme.
PEW: Generation Z Looks a Lot Like Millennials on Key Social and Political Issues (January 17, 2018).
Generation Z [“ages 13 to 21 in 2018“] are more socialist, and more concerned with global warming. Well – whatever. An America economy run on Bernie-Tulsi-AOC lines will still be pretty nice, and AGW denial is retarded boomerism (though I personally support it because it furthers Tropical Hyperborea).
However, they continue to totally cuck out on race.
Younger generations have a different perspective than their older counterparts on the treatment of blacks in the United States. Two-thirds of Gen Z (66%) and 62% of Millennials say blacks are treated less fairly than whites in the U.S. Fewer Gen Xers (53%), Boomers (49%) and Silents (44%) say this. Roughly half of Silents (44%) say both races are treated about equally, compared with just 28% among Gen Z.
The patterns are similar after controlling for race: Younger generations of white Americans are far more likely than whites in older generations to say blacks are not receiving fair treatment.
In Alt Right circles, it is held to be conventional wisdom that America’s future will be a race between white “uncuckening” and the rising tides of color (e.g. see this large, recent study by Richard Spencer’s National Policy Institute). I have often voiced such sentiments myself.
But in reality it doesn’t seem like there’s any race whatsoever.
#BLM and John Oliver >> /pol/ and lived experience with affirmative action.
And while Gen Z views match millennials on race and LGBT, they are even more woke on personal pronouns and the 666 genders.
We haven’t come close to seeing the end of this nonsense.
Tumblrinas >> cleaning your room and identifying as an attack helicopter memes
In my summary post on Audacious Epigone’s work, I asked:
Does Generation Z have potential to rejuvenate America and atomically blast spaceships into space, or is this just a desert mirage imagined by citizens of a doomed civilization?
I think we can now conclusively answer that.
The last remaining hope for a relatively homogenous and functional White population far into the future lies east of the Oder, and is dependent on the stability of the Soviet Freezer that made them that way.
That or we can just go the transhumanism route, assuming it’s not too hard and we still have the brains to force it through.