Inspired by Vlad’s essay, our Hungarian correspondent László put together this analysis of the apocalyptic culture war that is now underway throughout the West.
The Systemic Multigenerational Genocide of Humanity
Circumstances, Causes, Goals and Consequences
Some additional circumstances (not mentioned in Vlad’s essay) that have been created in the West that support the war on procreation:
#0 Cheap contraception, obviously
—which enabled the first waves of feminism because it allowed women to become disloyal without becoming an outcast due to getting pregnant out of wedlock. It dynamited the entire structure of human societies, starting with families and tribes. How much this process of making cheap contraception available to all has been accelerated by the Powers That Be is another issue — but it is a fact that they own the chemical industry and Big Pharma…
# 1 State welfare systems
— in Third-World countries, especially in Muslim ones, people raise huge families that serve as private “pension funds”. In the First World you do not need to have many children to live a somewhat dignified life when you grow old. (But this will now be changing.)
# 2 Infantilizing young people
The whole culture has been shifted towards the world of children in adult bodies. This seems to be a deliberate effort operating on all fronts, but especially in popular culture as a brainwashing tool — which is the known battlefield for subversive powers with long-term plans used for takeover. Our artificial idols and stories created in Hollywood and elsewhere encourage a lifestyle that does not include children. This started a long time ago — think of “Sex and the City”.
But the more fundamental psychological aspect targeted by the PTB is the notion of an “easy life without responsibilities”. This is the well-known leftist weapon of mass destruction of the equality of outcomes — vs. equality of opportunity.
# 3 The lack of initiation into adult life (which does not exist anyway)
— in tribal societies, or even in ones that were more centered around survival, all sorts of formal or informal initiations were used to separate childhood from adulthood. This caused deep psychological changes in the participants and the attitudes of their surroundings towards them at the same time. An interesting example is one that was (is?) used by some aboriginal tribes (Indians?), which includes hanging young males by their skins from trees. The extremely painful challenge marks their adulthood and new roles and responsibilities.
There are no such rituals today that mark the beginning of adulthood (as there is no actual adulthood).
# 4 Making real estate too expensive to buy or even rent
— young people cannot move away from their parents — which is not only infantilizing, but mitigates against starting their own families.
A mass phenomenon in Italy is the “mama hotel” in which the only thing that makes theoretically grown-up people different from real children is that they have more money than their parents because they stay with their parents, who keep on serving them and paying the bills.
# 5 The school system
— it is obviously not about helping people become useful for society and thus independent, but to brainwash them for as long as possible to turn them into dependent useful idiots for Marxism.
With mass production and multinational corporations that have eliminated traditional trades and local service providers, usefulness is taken out of the hands of the individual — hence the individual becomes obsolete but at least interchangeable. You, as a unique human being, are not needed any more.
All of the above causes and circumstances (weaponized for culturecide) are — partially deliberately — interconnected in many ways which would require too long an essay to elaborate on, but I will still make a brief attempt:
“Multigenerational genocide”, a term I have just coined, in the West seems to be centered around CONTROL, through influencing the factors of (1) responsibility, (2) dependency and (3) individuality.
The goals of central control and the creation of a comprehensive power monopoly in the world correspond with the “production” of masses of “grownup children” without supportive communities. There is a feedback mechanism built into this process, because adult children are less likely to have children, and if they do have children against all odds, they cannot raise them to become mature adults, which makes the next generation so infantile that it is less likely to procreate as well.
The goal of the enemy is to reduce the sense of and ability for responsibility and turn it into responsiveness. People are prevented from responding to the challenges of life and, instead they are induced and even forced to respond to authority, i.e. state power.