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 Class War Battlefield Podcast 
 Vphiamer Adis (Host)
 Mahoka Mwako Asili Temple  
 Public Domain 
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Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.08.01
Intergenerational Conflict
AOC Verbally Assaulted by Congressman, Generational Hatred on Display
Time to face an uncomfortable truth, the older generation – really are not into the younger generation. For those not quite old enough to understand what this means, let me break it down into simple English; the older generation does not seem to like the younger generation. I came to this conclusion many years ago and found evidence overflowing in various books I read and documentaries I watched. Using this information as a backdrop, I explain why AOC’s encounter with the older, elder statemen revealed a generational hostility which was merely suggested previously. Now because some people don’t know how to not see statements as blanketed, let me say – NOT ALL BOOMERS FIT THIS MOLD – but I am starting to ponder if a majority who reside among the wealthiest class do fit the mold.

Class War Battlefield Podcast Episode 2020.08.02
Intergenerational Conflict Scapegoat Generation Chronicles
In the library, in a dusty area where very few like to visit because it requires you to think outside the ideological constructs created for this country by corporate marketeers who worked to create consumers out of citizens – see the documentary “Century of Self”. In that dusty area resides books that were written to explain why things where how they were and how one might see through the mist and fog towards understanding why people act as they do when in a crowd. In a bygone era many of these books would be labeled “crown psychology” books or “socio-economic” books or maybe even “political science” books; but today they just sit on the shelf marked “non-fiction” – for this reason they are forgettable. Digging into those books we find “Scapegoat generation” an interesting page turner which attempts to explain to the reader why the modern generation (from the 90s) is in bad shape and how their bad shape is often blamed on them. This episode is inspired by, though not based on the context in, that book.

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