89 Percent of Britons Aged 16-29 Believe Their Lives Have no Meaning or Purpose, Poll Shows

Pomidor Quixote and Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 4, 2019

Goyim are not happy in the goyim farm.

Shut this information down.

Shut it all down.


A nationwide poll has revealed that 89 per cent of 16- to 29-year-olds believe that their lives have no meaning or purpose.

The poll, conducted by Japanese company Yakult and reported by The Sun, also found that 30 per cent of young people believe they are stuck in a rut with 84 per cent saying that they believe they are failing to “live their best life”.

No wonder they feel that way. Their world is turning into Hell.

Androgynous demons are manifesting themselves left and right.

Blood demons are getting into the West through their diverse-skinned vessels.

People are glued to phones and all kinds of screens.

There are plenty of reasons to feel the way the polled people feel.

Across all age groups, over half (51 per cent) of those surveyed believe they were put on the earth to be as happy as they can be, whilst 37 per cent believe that it is their role to make people around them happy, with 31 per cent believing humanity’s purpose should be to do good.

With religion being a major source of sense of purpose, a separate survey reported last month that those professing a Christian faith in the UK is at a record low at 38 per cent, with only one per cent of 18- to 24-year-olds identifying as belonging to the Church of England.

Silly goyim.

If they think they exist to be as happy as they can be, they should just demand free infinite morphine from the government.

BOOM. Life purpose fulfilled!

The question was phrased very strangely.

What if the purpose of life is to find deeper meaning, and this meaning does not correlate with happiness necessarily at all?

What if fulfillment and happiness are not the same thing?

Are we actually happiness machines? Is that the purpose of our existence? Or do we think that as a result of a series of advertising campaigns, idiotic pop songs and saccharine romantic films?

I think those are probably more important questions than “who should you make happy, you, yourself or others?”

But whether happiness or something deeper is the purpose of existence, neither one is going to be found by being a completely atomized individual living in a box in a city working a menial job you hate and then getting drunk on the weekends and hoping you get laid. All of this disgusting Judaism with the faggots and monkeypeople certainly isn’t making any of this any better.

Basically, the entire mode of existence in the Western world has become fundamentally anti-human.

It would take a lot of change to make this situation better.