The Pussy Generation: A ‘Dawn of Justice’ that only Trump can unleash

It was refreshing to hear my favorite actor, Clint Eastwood say what many of us were already thinking.  That is why he has had such a successful career as an actor and director of motion pictures primarily for Warner Bros. Studios.  In his mid-80s, I admire him immensely and I relished it when in Variety magazine he stated when asked about why he was supporting Donald Trump for president that we are “living in the pussy generation.”  He’s right.  Millennials are a lost cause; many have grown up fatherless, or with step-parents raising them with guilt filled ambiguity.  Most if not all of them have been raised in a liberalized public education system, a communist oriented college experience, and a progressive media that has turned their minds to mush.  I feel so sorry for them—because I know many.

When I was a kid in the area of Liberty Township, Ohio it was rare to find a kid who went to my school who hadn’t had the experience of bailing hay for someone, grandparent, neighbor, friends parents—someone.  Now, it is extremely rare for a kid to even know someone who has a farm.  These kids of the pussy generation haven’t learned hard work from anybody, and it shows in their lives.  When they are in their thirties and forties we are in a lot of trouble not only in America, but around the world because those kids are not ready for life.  When people like Eastwood and Donald Trump—classic A Type “American bred men” are gone there won’t be anyone around to teach these kids and their kids anything—except old—outdated movies.  We are literally on a precipice and a lot really hinges on this upcoming election.  With Trump—there may be a chance to reverse course.  Without Trump in the White House, the type of American men who made America an exceptional country will be lost forever.

http://variety.com/2016/biz/news/clint-eastwood-donald-trump-hillary-clinton-1201829966/

That isn’t to dismiss the contributions of women.  It’s just that the role a man plays in the raising of children and the nurturing they provide toward a positive society has been terribly neglected, and we are just beginning to see the horrendous cost to our society.  But it’s not all bad—there are a lot of things that give me hope, and I’ll talk about those things because a lot really hinges on the point of a needle regarding the philosophic approach we all take in just the next couple of months.  I just spent the night staying up and playing Uncharted 4’s multiplayer rounds with people around the world shooting guns and reeking havoc with glorious hoards of fantastic violence—and it was all great fun.  There were thousands of people playing and picking their ammunition and with each round I played I was quite sure that socially these people might support superficial ideas that Hillary Clinton proposes against guns—but guns are very much a part of the life of Millennials.  In spite of Apple’s desire to edit violence from their electronic devices, gun violence and play fighting has left the playgrounds of school yards and moved online much more furiously than I ever experienced as a kid.

I also watched secretly the Batman Versus Superman movie and I found I liked it a lot.  I say secretly because my wife can’t watch that movie until the new Justice League film comes out—for a lot of complicated reasons.  I find I understand those characters in that DC universe and ironically, I can relate to their “meta human” condition.  For instance, in regard to Wonder Woman—she turned away from mankind over a hundred years ago and she at the end of the film is contemplating if saving mankind is even worth it.  Believe me, I can relate.  I am on the same precipice right now.  If Trump gets elected, I may stick around, if not, I will likely do as she did and turn toward my own personal Amazonian paradise and let the world rot.  Like Batman, I find hope in the fight for mankind—but it’s an Ayn Rand destination with H.P. Lovecraft villains oozing from inter-dimensional space that is the threat.  For mankind to turn toward socialism I would have to say “see you later.” That’s just stupid.  I don’t want to live in that world.  With these movies, the various films entertaining these young people, there is some rather deep philosophy going on that the Millennials are getting exposed to that is more sophisticated than the days of Clint Eastwood—so there is some positive evolution going on that is worth noting.  It doesn’t get reported on the 24 hour news cycles, but it’s certainly obvious at 2:30 in the morning playing online games through PlayStation, that something special is going on.  Movie characters had a huge impact on my upbringing and Clint Eastwood led the way.

I have many Clint Eastwood looks that I do subconsciously, burned in my mind as a kid that come out everyday—so I understand how much movies can have an impact on the minds of young people.  Ultimately the people I looked up to as a kid were not the people who bailed hay, and worked on their own cars in the garage.  To me, they were so common that I wanted to be more than them.  So it was Hollywood heroes which I set my goals to.  I fully expected myself to be Christopher Reeve’s Superman.  My wife actually told me that after I proposed to her and I have expected myself to live up to that high image even today.  What you end up with might be more Indiana Jones, but you set the goal high and get the most that you can out of life.  That is the expectation anyway.  But at least I had a foundation of goodness to start with.  Most of these young people from the pussy generation don’t even have that—so all they get are images on a screen or in a video game—but they can’t easily apply those things to real life because the bar is now so low that everything good seems like just a fantasy to them.  So they don’t even try.  But I wouldn’t say they don’t strive for it—because honestly, they’d rather live in fantasy than reality for a reason—because reality has been taken from them by a political class hell-bent on global destruction.

I know young people have been taught socialism in school and in their political life— but when it comes to video games—they understand capitalism.  There is no better incubator anywhere that proves Adam Smith’s capitalism better than the video game industry.  Everything in video games is built on merit, individual gratification, and free market ideas—so the idea of capitalism is there—it will just take a special kind of person from the Executive Office to bring it out in our society.  In that regard, Trump is the perfect presidential candidate for the Millennial generation.  They just don’t know it yet.

I don’t know how long we get to have Clint Eastwood around, or even Donald Trump for that matter.  Trump is only 15 years younger than Eastwood, and when they were kids, most everyone thought the way they do now—and that’s not nearly as bad as the progressive media has attempted to paint it.  There is something special about men who know how to be men, and women who love them for it.  Families grow and prosper based on that necessary biological formula, and when Eastwood and Trump aren’t around anymore—people like me will be as rare in the world as the superheros of the DC comic universe.  Honestly, I don’t know many people in my age bracket who think the way I do about things and under me, there are even fewer more.  Eastwood is truly part of a dying culture and before he’s gone, we should seriously ask if that’s really what we want.  There are many days when I seriously wonder if it’s all worth it.  When I listen to Trump, I think maybe it is worth the fight.  But through a business day when I deal with people who are literally pussies—even though they may be male by sexual designation—the temptation to leave mankind to rot is quite strong.  It’s not because those people are stupid, or even not as smart as I am—it’s because they are just pussies and not worth the time to deal with.

Thank goodness for Clint Eastwood—like the expert in human endeavor that he is, he knew just what to say at just the right time.  Trump had been willing to fight everyone leaving Hillary out of the spotlight, which helped her a lot—because the less the pussy media talks about her, the better she does, which was always the strategy.  Trump quickly got back on message and the results will show quite dramatically from here on out.  It wasn’t Republicans like Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and Newt Gingrich who helped Trump out—likely it was Clint Eastwood’s support through a Variety interview with some 86-year-old advice from Dirty Harry himself.  Trump, like me, has obviously had a lot of Clint Eastwood in his life, so I bet he did listened to the wise old director.  With that, there is still hope that mankind can be saved, and Trump is the special kind of person who could do it—because it will take someone like him to tap into those undiscovered wells of wealth within the population of Millennials.  For a campaign that was finding the Hillary Clinton Democratic Organized Crime racket hard to deal with, Eastwood may have saved mankind one last time with a derogatory word that made everyone look in the mirror—including Donald Trump.  And for that, I thank him immensely.

Rich Hoffman

 CLIFFHANGER RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

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