Generation Snowflake Needs to Start Learning, and Stop Yapping [VIDEO]

Generation Snowflake Needs to Start Learning, and Stop Yapping [VIDEO]

Generation Snowflake Needs to Start Learning, and Stop Yapping [VIDEO]

There’s this meme going around the Internet that discourages criticism of the student activists involved in the latest opportunistic push for gun control. Generation Snowflake is comparing itself to the Founding Fathers, because of the similarities in age, trying to answer valid criticisms of their ignorance about domestic policy, constitutional law, and the philosophy of natural rights. They are also incapable of rational thought, and often hump logical fallacies and contradictions like rabid badgers during mating season, but we can’t criticize them because they’re the same age as some of the Founders.

But we’re supposed to listen to Generation Snowflake, because they somehow have the moral authority to speak on domestic policies about which they know exactly jack and shit?

We’re supposed to refrain from criticism about their obviously uninformed opinions, because they’ve been through what had to be a traumatic experience?

We’re supposed to ignore their errors in reasoning, false equivalencies, and flawed analysis fed to them by groups with obvious political agendas, because our Founding Fathers were around the same age when they took up arms and started a revolution?

Hate to tell you this, Snowflakes, but people like Henry Lee, Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, and Lafayette took up actual ARMS – things you want to see banned – and went to war against a tyrannical government. They bled. They fought. Hamilton was an aide-de-camp to General George Washington at the ripe old age of about 21.

When he was about 14 or 15, Hamilton ran the import-export firm Beekman and Cruger – yeah, was in charge of it –  while the owner was at sea. Hamilton took the Bar exam and passed after a few months of self-study, and didn’t even finish college, because Kings College – now Columbia University – closed due to British occupation.

Lafayette was a military captain by the time he was 18 years old, which is when he also became a father – quite a responsibility!

Aaron Burr was admitted to the College of New Jersey (that would be Princeton, if you wondered) as a sophomore when he was 13, and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree at the age of 16.

Nathan Hale was an intelligence officer at the ripe old age of 21 and was executed by the British for his intelligence gathering activities. When he was 20 years old, Hale joined Connecticut militia and became a first lieutenant after five months.

These were accomplished men, who proved themselves in battle and stood up and fought actual tyranny.

Meanwhile, you easily manipulated, hysterical children eat Tide pods, forcing idiot, reactionary legislators to consider new regulations to protect idiots like you; think social media = education and refuse to delve deeper and learn, because it’s just toooooo haaaaaard; can’t do basic research to determine how your local sheriff’s department chain of command works; expect participation trophies for merely breathing; and get so triggered at the mere mention of a gun in the classroom – even if it’s a teacher reassuring his students that he would risk his life protecting them and rationally discussing arming teachers and increasing school security – that you have to be accompanied out of class lest you clutch your pearls too hard and strangle yourselves in the process!

[Timothy] Locke allegedly said that a similar shooting could happen at Cherry Hill and he would put himself between the gunman and the students.

Most of the students reportedly didn’t have a problem with Locke’s comments, but one was so distraught by the comments she was escorted to the administration by another teacher. Locke’s bag was searched and he was required to undergo a physical and psychological exam.

“Most students were fine with the comments,” Fox News reported on Friday. “But at least one, who spoke anonymously to local media said the remarks verged on reckless.”

And these are the laundry detergent-eating, selfie-obsessed, Robitussin-slurping, choking game-playing, triggered by everything, bath salt-snorting cretins have the unmitigated gall to compare yourself to our Founding Fathers – some of the most educated, passionate, intelligent men who ever lived – and who put their money where their mouths were and went to battle for their ideals???

Are we really supposed to take these snot-nosed crumb crunchers seriously?

These are the imbeciles who necessitate the creation of videos such as this, but they think they’re actually on par with the men who helped create the greatest nation in the world – the very same nation these halfwit adolescents are trying to destroy, aided by opportunistic swine who see an opening to exploit grief and ignorance, as well as their own attention-whoring egos.

Perhaps if Generation Snowflake just went to school and learned history, civics, politics, economics, and other topics of importance, they wouldn’t get confused about who needs to be held responsible for school shootings, and maybe – just maybe they would learn about the Bill of Rights, about free speech, about freedom of association, and about why the right to keep and bear arms was included in said document in the first place.

But gosh! How can possibly get educated when there’s attention to be had, and when teachers’ unions are the ones organizing school walkouts instead of teaching teaching children?

And if you doubt this is about attention, just take a look at this interview right around the 1:55 mark, and listen to Emma Gonzalez “courageously” claim how she’s going right back to that school once it opens…

…”unless we have interviews or somewhere to be.”

Because they didn’t have time to stand with their peers, because they’ve been “working so hard.”

And yet, these entitled, sniveling, uneducated, ignorant children think they can be compared to our Founding Fathers??? Give me a break.

There’s a line performed by Aaron Burr in the musical “Hamilton,” when a rash and immature Alexander Hamilton asks Burr for advice about how to get ahead. “Talk less. Smile more.”

Generation Snowflake would do well to take Aaron Burr’s advice.

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Marta Hernandez is an immigrant, writer, editor, science fiction fan (especially military sci-fi), and a lover of freedom, her children, her husband and her pets. She loves to shoot, and range time is sacred, as is her hiking obsession, especially if we’re talking the European Alps. She is an avid caffeine and TWD addict, and wants to own otters, sloths, wallabies, koalas, and wombats when she grows up.

  • Kim Quade says:

    “Alexander Hamilton — is he, like, on Instagram?”

    Marta — Clap. Clap. Clap.

  • Synova says:

    There were also a whole heck of a lot of teenagers who fought with the men on that list, who were total idiots in all sorts of normal teenaged ways, and who either died or went home to farm and never ever became famous.

    History shows us the exceptional. It doesn’t show us the ordinary. And it seldom if ever shows us the losers.

    But one thing guaranteed… even the nameless losers, if they didn’t happen to have a drunken accident with a horse, worked from the time they could walk, and were well aware that if they didn’t that no one would bother if they starved to death.

  • Scott says:

    Well done as always Marta.. yeah, these little snots are annoying, and very convinced of their own worth / superiority… they, their parents, and the scum that’s pulling the strings need to just go away..

  • Those young men they’re trying to compare themselves to? Not one of them needed a “safe space.”

  • Bobby says:

    Awesome. One thing, though. Where are they supposed to “get educated”? They are mostly the products of an educational system that is designed to produce products like them. They are what they are by design.

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  • Steve says:

    The hundreds of thousands of young men, aged 18-21, who went ashore at places like Normandy, Anzio, Sicily, North Africa, the Philippines, Saipan, Tinian, Iwo Jima, Okinawa, Inchon, and those who currently serve in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Africa and the Philippines, would not recognize Pajama Boy and the Snowflakes, and would most likely think them to be a struggling band rather than the future leadership of the nation. I worry that my sons, who are the opposite of snowflakes, will be outnumbered and outvoted by these girls in men’s bodies. Is it the estrogen in the water supply? The decline in testosterone? Twitter? Facebook?

  • George says:

    With an average life expectancy of around 36 years in the 18th century 21 years old would be middle aged,
    People were expected to become adults when they passed puberty and anyone who acted like the current crop of snowflakes would have been considered insane.

  • SenatorMark4 says:

    The problem seems to be that snow flake kids committing crimes are not sent to jail by snowflake adults because it changes their lives. If prisons were schools they’d learn som thing.

    U. S. #Constitution, Calvin Coolidge, George Washington #Manners, Ethereum transparency, Abortion #rotated180 to capital punishment #Choice, and family strengthened in #WaldenShock

    Taught by robots that have the patience to deal with Tide pod eaters.

  • Greg says:

    Where can I find the original video that Franklin made of Washington eating a Tide Pod?

  • LibertyToad says:

    It’s amusing that those kids think that age equates to intelligence and/or wisdom. They’re just a bunch of toddlers. The Founders were great men–they were never snowflakes. These kids want to think of themselves as Founders but most have probably never touched a gun in their entire insignificant lives. Funny stuff.

  • AlecRawls says:

    Anti-NRA children demand that the rest of society be as undefended as their defender-free “gun free school.” Really? Worked out that well did it?

    From a locked down room away from where the shootings took place: “I don’t even want to be behind a gun, I don’t want to be a person behind a bullet.” Way to empathize with students and teachers in the line of fire who would have given anything to be able to shoot back and stop the mass murderer.

  • Robert Arvanitis says:

    Serious, accomplished men whose understanding of the classics, especially history, belied their age,

  • Wew says:

    Woof, are they really going there? The great luminaries on their list *were* ignorant brats in 1776. The formation of the American Republic (from the Declaration, through the war, through the Articles of Confederation, up to let’s say Marbury vs. Madison) took 27 years. That’s an adult lifetime. This meme just proudly trumpets a lack of basic historical context.

    Andrew Jackson was 9 years old in 1776. Should we listen to every kid being babysat by his phone?

  • Steve S says:

    Who, among this generation, could even conceive – much less write – such a proposition as:

    “And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor.”

    This is who they dare to compare themselves to?

  • Joe R says:

    Thank you Marta Hernandez and all of the Victory Girls! Your measured insight on the Parkland kids and their generation in general is 1000% accurate. As a retired police officer with a 26 year career in the rearview, I have experienced first hand these attitudes in the kids and in their so-called parents. Our nation so sorely needs the Victory Girls unabashed courage and wisdom. Let nothing deter you from speaking out for what you know is right. Our Founding Fathers would be so very proud of you!

  • John Burger says:


    You want to own a wombat? Really? No. No, you don’t. They are downright unpleasant creatures. I have two of them and they terrify our 125 pound Rottweiler.


  • Sailorcurt says:

    So what these kids are saying is that they should be judged not by their own actions or impact, but that they should be accorded respect as a result of the accomplishments of others.

    I’m thinking they’ve spent way too much time being patted on the head and reassured that they’re special.

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