WHY ALL MILLENNIALS ARE CONSPIRACY THEORISTS
Surveys done on the Millennial generation prove they trust government less than previous generations, and subscribe to some zany ideas. Their new age spiritualism is the type of hogwash that can slide, as it is has no potential to harm anyone outside of the cult. But ideas like 9/11 being an inside job, or the moon landing being fake, are downright harmful to society. Let’s talk about why all Millennials are conspiracy theorists.
It begins with social isolation, and only gets worse as the withdrawn individual immerses deep in their internet fantasyland. This leads to a dissociative break from reality that is not conducive to socially positive ideals. Without a firm grip on reality, paranoia is heightened and amplified. The rabbit hole is deep, and a one way trip to psychosis.
Everything the Millennial does is actually a coping mechanism set in relation to their own failure. It’s how they justify their existence, and why they glorify living in dog houses. Shortened attention spans castrate their thinking processes, making them self proclaimed experts after reading an excerpt from the 9/11 commission report on an internet meme.
“But what about Operation Paperclip? Are you a Nazi sympathizer?” they ask, well armed with bad logic. Of course, it was risky and it paid off big. Genghis Khan was also known for making allies out of defeated enemies, would you question his war strategy?
Government becomes their enemy number one, a perfect scapegoat to the angst of purposelessness. While the United States government continues to succeed, so do they continue to fail. It’s trendy to be a victim, especially when you don’t actually have to be one. So they rail against a government they lack the intellectual chops to properly explain, righteously indignant in vain. Hence why all Millennials are conspiracy theorists.