Study Shows Millennials Are Losing Confidence In Government

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Study Shows Millennials Are Losing Confidence In Government

It’s of no surprise that with a new study, the statistics show that the Millennial generation has lost confidence and trust in government. It’s due to several factors but the one thing that is prominent in their assessment is due to the massive amount of historical data available to this new generation that prior generations had no access to.

Today’s youth have the entire gambit of human history at their fingertips via a smartphone and the internet. Historical documents as detailed as forensically possible are readily available with commentary from professionals in all fields of science and the humanities. It’s becoming far more difficult to pull the wool over the eyes of the growing generations and that puts the Powers That Be in dire jeopardy as their traditional means of control are falling apart at the seams.

A simple quick glance at American history is allowing young people to see the patterns of corruption that have led to numerous wars and disasters. Negligence and compliance to the forces of greed and evil that often went masked as traditional symbols of patriotism and humanism have been peeled off revealing the true culprits and their sinister agendas.

Young people today can see how the wars really started, the people behind the thrones, the motivations, and the tools and techniques by which these powers have inflicted unimaginable terror across the global landscape. Corporations and politicians, organized crime groups, are being exposed daily and there is nowhere to run, nor anywhere to hide. The slightest action of the powers is now scrutinized and commented on via social media within minutes on a global scale. Much too fast for the underhanded to remedy thus leaving them vulnerable. It’s gotten so pervasive that law enforcement cannot keep up with all the crime. Today’s millennials who are now embedded in the workforce, if they’re fortunate to get jobs, have seen the past 15 years of corruption so immense that it seems as though the media, government, and crime are working hand in hand to subjugate all within their reach.

The media alone, the mainstream media, has proven itself so inept, incompetent, and compliant with the criminal actions of commerce and government that no one under the age of 30 trusts them anymore and most over 30 are now squirming in embarrassment for having been such suckers. America primarily is at fault here. There are massive sectors of the population that exhibit the inherent human foible of gullibility, that when exposed they go on the defensive pointing the blame, irresponsibly at anyone or anything save themselves. Millennials see that there have been safe and effective cures, not treatments for dangerous diseases, alternate energy solutions that are cheap and easy to implement, but have been prevented from development and implementation due to big industry’s often suppressive and violent tactics.

The facts are clear for the Millennials and they’re fighting back. Their computing skills are outmatching the old school tactics of big industry and government officials too cowardly to stand up to them. The sinister forces at hand are being backed up against the wall and are expressing delusional behavior in a futile hope to maintain their status quo but the math is against them. America’s population is getting older and the number of young needed to support the number of old is dwindling. The young aren’t settling for inefficiency nor flashy tooth smiles and pablum from politicians and government. Add to that a global effort of courageous people who know the American people have been duped for over 100 years are chipping in to undo these sociopathic hierarchies and the game is now afoot.

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Greg Boone, a native New Yorker, has worked for such companies such as the Gannet News Service, TimeWarner, America Online to name a few. Boone also works in the field of regenerative medicine, covering the frontiers of stem cell research and treatments for the past 10 years.