Total Indifference by the U.S. Generation

The conduct of American generations, especially after the "silent generation," that fought in World War II. The worst of the corruption of the leaders in government started shortly before the maturity of the "baby boomer" generation. From then on, the corruption and the resulting tragedies worsened, made possible by the failures of the prior generation.

Several generations played major roles in the development of endemic corruption in the three branches of the U.S. federal government and the four decades of resulting tragedies suffered by the American people and inflicted upon people of many other nations.

The G.I. Generation, those born from 1900 to 1924, were aging when the publicity started in  1978. It was in 1978 that the first of not-for-profit books and hundreds of radio and TV appearances provided documented proof of the widespread corruption in the three branches of the U.S. government with a series of deadly resulting consequences.

The Silent Generation, those born from 1925 to 1945, were in their thirties and their forties during the time that this information was  available, and they should have responded.

The Baby Boom generation, those born from 1946 to 1964, were mentally mature when the corruption endemic in the U.S. government, and among U.S. leaders, was expanding, and they had the proof from earlier corruption-enabled tragedies. The corrupt conduct of their leaders generated hatred and the breeding of catastrophic attacks, and the corruption was facilitating the success of a series of al Qaeda attacks. That corruption than continued into two wars, the collapse of several secular nations, and progressed to the development of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

The American public, Generation X, those born from 1965 to 1979, are mentally mature to have responded to the massive evidence of corrupt and tragedy enabled by corruption  that is unprecedented in any modern industrial nation. Their similar non-response makes them ever more enablers of the massive corruption in government response for so much harm to individual Americans and people of other nations.

The generation known as the Millennials or Generation Y, obsessed with even more trivia, hasn't shown any promise of meeting the requirements of an informed public.

And for the New Silent Generation, or Generation, born since 2000, will suffer the legacy that their parents brought about by their indifference, laziness, or cowardice.

The definition of the conduct by the majority of the American people:

2000/2001-Present - New Silent Generation or Generation Z
1980-2000 - Millennials or Generation Y
1965-1979 - Generation X
1946-1964 - Baby Boom
1925-1945 - Silent Generation
1900-1924 - G.I. Generation

Similarities Between Germans under Adolf Hitler
And Today's Americans
Under Their Oligarchy Leadership

A poem written by Martin Niemoller, relating to how Germans tolerate Adolf Hitler is especially suitable to most Americans today:


    First they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out, because I was not a Jew.
    Then they came for the Communists, and I did not speak out, because I was not a Communist.
    Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out, because I was not a trade unionist.
    Then they came for me, and there was no one left to speak out for me.


                  Pastor Martin Niemöller


Pastor Martin Niemöller (1892–1984) first supported the rise of Adolf Hitler, and then upon learning the truth, and objecting, he was imprisoned. He wrote a poem about the state of denial of Germans about what Hitler was doing. Probably no better example could be shown than what has been done to the American people, in their name, while they ignored the outrages.


The first step is to become informed. And with the vast cover-ups, disinformation, and blatant lying by U.S. politicians, media personnel, and political pundits, this requires a little effort. In searching for information, don't be misled by wild conspiracy theories, and go where facts can be found, including courageous (and foolish) insiders who speak out in defense of the country.


Sadly, fewer people read such books (preferring trivia reading), rarely read newspapers (which is one small step to becoming informed). Therefore, the future is bleak, made possible by the corruption detailed here and in the books, the cover-ups, and the public's indifference to their responsibilities.


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