June 2, 2018
This may be my favorite Alex Jones segment ever. And that is saying quite a lot.
Note that that is not a fan edit, but the official version uploaded on his own YouTube channel. I guess he was going for a type of psychedelic experience with the clip, and I assume that the two had taken mushrooms together before the recording.
Point being: Alex Jones gave the oppressed figure Michael Rotondo, who was kicked out of his own family home by his bloodsucking boomer parents, $3000 in cash to help him with his life.
Rotondo became a major media story when his entitled boomer parents sued him to kick him out of his house.
Rotondo is, like all of we millennials, dealing with the fallout of the hellscape that the baby boomers created.
They sold all of us down the river.
Historically, there was an unbroken chain of civilization, stretching back to ancient Greece, where each generation transferred the values their parents gave them to their own children. They also transferred the wealth they had acquired, and it was a mark of honor to leave your children better off than you were. That was, in many ways, the measure of the value of your life: if you were capable of giving your children more than your parents gave you, then you had won.
Sons were considered something that you molded into being a better version of yourself. Certainly, this was a sacrifice of time and energy, but it was your legacy.
But the boomers changed all of that.
They switched up the game.
The goal of working in life and leaving a meaningful legacy after death was replaced with the goal of experiencing as much personal pleasure as possible, and then trying to live forever.
They decided that existence itself was not about playing a role in the continuation of civilization, but was instead about making themselves feel good about everything all the time, and that anyone who dared impede on their pursuit of infinite pleasure – “happiness,” they dubbed it – was an enemy. These enemies included their parents and eventually their children.
They were the wealthiest and most privileged generation in all of human history, and they made the decision to use that wealth and privilege to devote themselves to hedonism.
They took a lot of drugs and had a lot of free sex as young people. Then they became capitalists, and spent money on luxuries. When the money ran out, they started borrowing money with their own children as collateral on the debt. They exported all entry level jobs to the third world and flooded the country with immigrants to drive down wages to lessen the price of goods. Through this, they ensured that while they were living high on the hog, their children would not have any future at all.
They embraced racial integration because it made them feel a warm feeling to imagine themselves as Crusaders fighting for a new age of enlightenment, without even attempting to understand any of the implications of this.
Following the same path, they embraced the liberation of women, feeling great while never even imagining that such a drastic change to the basic structure of society could have devastating, unforeseen consequences.
Many of them divorced, leaving their children without any stability in their lives, because their own personal “happiness” was more important than the lives of their children.
They pissed away all sacred religious traditions, turning Christianity into a bizarro doomsday cult centered around worshiping Jews as a means to bring about the apocalypse, wherein they would be sucked up into outer space into a hedonistic, materialist version of the classical Christian conception of heaven, and thus never be forced to face death.
In all of this, they willingly gave away any and all European traditions, flushing thousands of years of civilization down the drain.
And then, when their own children failed to deal with this hell they created – having been given no identity, having been taught nothing, being thrown into a job market where the few jobs that hadn’t been exported to China were being done by Mexicans – they attacked their own children as “lazy” and “entitled.”
Michael Rotondo epitomizes all of these problems the boomers created. He has been incapable of achieving financial stability for himself, due to the conditions the boomers created. The boomer female liberation program led to his son’s mother stealing his child from him with the aid of the state.
And instead of sympathizing with his plight, his boomer parents decided to kick him down and then stomp on his head, refusing to even allow him to stay in their home while he attempted to get his life together.
They sued him, forcing him to leave “their” home -in fact, the home was purchased with wealth that was transferred to them by their own parents, and I know that their ancestors would have viewed it as much Michael’s as it is theirs; because that is the way traditional, normal society works – you take care of your own.
Michael lost the court case, and was forced out of his home.
And the media – both the “left” and “right” versions of it – attacked him as “the millennial” and continually used the word “entitled” to refer to him – despite the fact that in the multiple interviews I have seen with Michael, he never said one thing that implied he was “entitled,” and was instead simply explaining that he is in a very difficult position.
Now, look at this.
A 30-year-old man who made headlines last week after he was ordered by a judge to vacate his parents’ New York home has officially left the residence, but not before calling the police on his father regarding some missing Legos.
Michael Rotondo was aided by $3,000 contributed by “InfoWars” host Alex Jones, the New York Daily News reported.
Rotondo waved to journalists as he loaded his creaky station wagon with his belongings. The millennial told reporters he called police Friday morning because he believed his 8-year-old son’s Legos were in the basement and his father would not let him look for them. Instead, the father offered to look for specific items and, if he found them, bring them out. The Legos were found after police arrived.
The millennial’s parents, Mark and Christina Rotondo, filed a petition in the Supreme Court of New York State claiming they’ve had enough of their son living under their roof.
Rotondo refused the judge’s request to work things out directly with his parents, who sat quietly nearby. He failed to persuade the judge to grant him another six months with his parents and was ordered to leave.
The eviction drama began on Feb. 2 when the parents left their first note, saying Michael had two weeks to vacate his room at the family’s Camillus home. Rotondo did not take the threat seriously and his parents brought him to court.
On Friday, Rotondo stood outside the place he once called home but had some trouble before then. His car, which has a broken coolant system, took a few tries to start. During his car trouble, he told reporters he said goodbye “more or less” to his parents before jumping into his rumbling station wagon.
As for his destination, Rotondo said he planned to spend the next week at an Airbnb in Syracuse. After that, he planned on moving in with a distant cousin. It was not immediately clear if he was going to look for his own place.
How is he going to afford his own place?
Where is this money supposed to come from?
Is he supposed to get a job at McDonald’s, get paid $7.75 an hour, and live in some neighborhood riddled with the immigrants his parents decided to flood the country with?
Please note that in the court case, Michael was not accused of doing anything anti-social while living in the house. They did not claim he was using drugs, being loud, making a mess or verbally abusing them. They just wanted him out so they could live an easier life. And presumably because they hate him, as all boomers appear to hate their own children.
Boomers hate their children because when they look at their children, they are reminded of their own failure.
Along with selling out our entire civilization, the boomers didn’t have time to teach their children life skills. They didn’t have time to teach them anything at all. They were busy with their own matters, enjoying their hobbies, visiting their therapists and being prescribed psychotropic drugs to keep them in a state of nonstop happiness.
Many of them were busy with their divorces, then finding new partners to bring them happiness, as their children turned to drugs and video games and anything else to help them escape the hell that they were birthed into.
Alex refers to Michael as “Millennial Zero.”
And I am okay with this term.
He epitomizes everything that the millennial generation is. We are a broken people.
But the most important thing – after saying all I said above about the boomers that create this situation – is that we must take responsibility for the situation we find ourselves in.
We didn’t create this situation. But that is absolutely irrelevant. It is our situation, and it is our duty to ourselves, to our history and to our future as a civilization, to take responsibility for the situation and to fix it.
We have no other choice.
No one is coming to save us and wallowing in self-pity is indeed pathetic.
This is the hand we were dealt, and we’ve no choice but to play it as best we can.
We can be angry. We should be angry.
But we must use that anger to fight, to rebuild something for ourselves.
And we should not let the anger become bitterness.
Jesus is not going to come down out of outer space to save the boomers. They are going to die in their condos, having spent their fortunes and leaving us with the wreckage of the debt empire their built.
The world is ours now.
And regardless of the shape it is in, we can make it into whatever we want it to be.
We will build a war machine the likes of which the world has never seen.
And we will take back what is ours.