16 08 11 - 16:20Raised as consumers, they have no concept of another role -- the unholy fusion of liberalism and consumerism crushes them:
Thereâs also been a democratization of the workplace and the classroom, creating spheres in which everyoneâs opinion is valid, Dr. Twenge said. Generally speaking, authority-questioning baby boomers have raised children with the same sensibilities but with far higher self-esteem, she said. Theyâve also lived on a steady diet of social media and Internet savvy, making the online world the most natural place to air âdirty laundry and share a community of likemindedness,â added Bruce Tulgan, author of Not Everyone Gets A Trophy: How To Manage Generation Y.
Never mind the Internet, he said â theyâve also been raised as consumers moreso than any other generation; buying things online, gaining easier access to credit, and getting more money and money making opportunities through their parents, he said from New Haven, CT.
When the young person doesnât like the transaction â getting in trouble for showing up 20 minutes late for work, for example â theyâre often harshly reminded of their new status as the service provider, not the customer they were in college or university.
âSomehow, the message is not being sent that thereâs a fundamental shift in your role here â youâre not paying, youâre being paid,â he said. - National Post
Had their parents not been insane liberals, they would have raised them with a constructive focus, such as "this is how you create good things."
Instead, they have been raised in a culture of entitlement and protest, where making sure everyone is equal trumps any kind of actual production or creation.
Even further, they have been raised as narcissists -- that's the "higher self-esteem" or whatever bollocks from above -- who think they are the most important thing in the world.
Reminds me of the Soviet Union, or Rome, right before they fell. They saw no need to produce, assumed they were immortal, and kept right on truckin' as if their importance were guaranteed. Hubris of the mudane.