If we want food, we have it delivered with the click of a few buttons or we walk a block or two and grab dinner.If we are bored, we have endless distractions in the form of phone apps.
If we need directions or a question answered, it only takes us a couple of seconds.Such convenience is entirely a modern-day perk — previous generations never experienced anything even remotely close to it.These days, libertarianism tends to be quite discredited.It is now associated with the goofy candidature of Gary Johnson, having a rather narrow range of issues—legalize weed! —, cucking one’s way to politics through sweeping all the embarrassing problems under the carpet, then surrendering to liberal virtue-signaling and endorsing anti-white “diversity.” Now, everyone on the Alt-Right, manosphere is laughing at those whose adhesion to a bunch of abstract premises leads to endorse globalist capital, and now that Trump officially heads the State, we’d be better off if some private companies were nationalized than let to shadowy overlords.At work, I was known as the girl with endless dating stories—so much so it almost became my identity.
On a lazy Sunday afternoon, I was reflecting on some goals I had created for myself at the beginning of the year.André is a young European who left his decaying country in 2012 for greener pastures.He enjoys exploring subterranean places, reading about a host of interconnected topics, and yearns for Tradition.Some were big, like visit Australia (my home) and learn Spanish; some were small, like (finally!) learn how to do a cat-eye and properly furnish my room (which I had put off for a year).The only question that remains is whether we’ll be remembered for being the first generation to accept a more logical and rational take on love or the generation that gave up on it altogether. The most common trend amongst Generation-Yers is our need for instant gratification.