For many older Americans, virtually everyone under the age of 35 is seen as a political enemy — and there is certainly some justification for this.
The millennials, or people born between the late 80s to early 90s, belong to the most progressive generation ever seen in the western world. They are the ones who created the “safe space” on college campuses, and popularized social justice terms such as “micro-aggression” and “cultural appropriation.” As they age out of college and enter the professional world, many have become a walking, talking parody of themselves.
But there is a new cultural shift happening — something many older Americans aren’t privy to, but millennials definitely are. Generation Z, or people born between the late 90s and early 2000s, are very different from those who old enough to be their older siblings.
By growing up under the leftist cultural orthodoxy, Gen Z hates safe spaces, and hates political correctness as a general rule. A study released earlier in 2018 claimed it to be the most conservative generation since World War II. While it’s true that attitudes change over time, the generation has already demonstrated a stiff unwillingness to conform to their older brothers and sisters.
Steven Crowder explains this cultural shock in the video below.
~ Liberty Video News