Social Distrust Is Way Up Among Millennials

Within the millennial generation in particular, multicultural consumers have a much higher level of influence on their non-Hispanic white counterparts
That’s what people are to them, “consumers.” And my personal experience of a sample of hundreds of people, the whigger thing has come and gone. There are a remnant of whiggers and they are a permanent (for now) fixture among young whites, but blacks and acting black is no longer as mandatorily cool as they once were. Trends come and go, even trends designed and funded by the hostile elites.


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4 Responses to Social Distrust Is Way Up Among Millennials

  1. Wasn’t it Amy Chua’s World On Fire that first popularized the idea that multi-culturalism – really, multi-racialism – lowers social trust and engagement? That, in fact, racially homogenous societies are higher trust and more willing to contribute collectively to social welfare?

  2. thordaddy says:

    The growing “distrust” amongst millenials is in direct proportion to their growing embrace of self- annihilation as their “highest” value…

    Literally, when one believes in the “right” to self-annihilate, i.e., attain Final Liberation, then one literally cannot trust themselves about anything else.

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