Face It: Young Americans Have Zero Respect for Their Elders

SHI: Dude, you’re facing discrimination issues because of your age. It’s plain and simple.

Yeah. All this crap is due to age, possibly. You mean if I were younger and said that shit, they wouldn’t have freaked out about it? I must say, those kids they hire in those Fagbucks store have given me nothing but trouble for years now. They tried to throw me out of three different stores. I’ve never been thrown out of any establishment anywhere for any reason in my entire life, and I’ve done a lot of crazy shit in every place you could imagine, but no one ever gave a damn, honestly.

But these kids tried to get rid of me three times in 12 years. If I am really such a monstrous creep, how come only their shitty establishment, out of all of the establishments of every type I have been to in my life, have banned me? Do I act good everywhere else and then only act bad in Gaybucks? And if I am a creepy monster, why haven’t I been getting thrown out of all sorts of establishments my whole life?

Honestly it seems like they don’t like me very much due to my age. They are at that “I hate all old fogeys/old geezers” age. Also here in the US, young people have no respect for elders at all.

The traditional view in all societies has been that younger people must respect their elders. Failure to do so has will cause considerable social stigma. People will chew you out. Traditional societies still believe in respect for elders from what I can tell. Based on their behavior here, Arab, Indian, and Pakistani  societies still practice major respect for elders. I suspect the ones who are born here with gravitate towards American disrespect for elders grotesqueness.

Granted we don’t need to respect our elders anymore here in the US. The traditional reason for respecting elders was because elders were the source of all knowledge and wisdom for the group.  This was before books, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and the Internet. It’s true that we don’t need this anymore, but something seems terribly wrong with a society of bratty, shitty young people with no respect for their elders.

It’s like an essential part of the tapestry of human society has been torn apart. The whole society seems a bit broken as a result – like disrespect rules, and no one has to respect anyone. Respect is the glue that holds society together. Get rid of it and you end up with chaos just as you get under Female (Feminist) rule and other forms of “organized disorder.”

I know people at other stores around here who are immigrants from other lands. This includes Punjabis, Pakistanis, and Arabs. The young Pakistanis, Punjabis, and Arabs (all born in the old country) are extremely respectful of me. They call me sir and it almost seems like they are trying to get underneath me when they talk to me. Like they are deferring to someone with higher status.

The older Punjabis, Pakistanis, and Arabs are all extremely friendly, too. I’ve been going to those places forever now, and I’ve had zero problems. One place I have been going to for 11 years with zero complaints.

Also Hispanics, if they are born outside the US, don’t give me any problems at all. The men give zero fucks about anything, and the women defer to men and act like they don’t want to cause any problems with me because I am a man, and women are not supposed to start shit with men, especially male strangers and acquaintances.

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7 thoughts on “Face It: Young Americans Have Zero Respect for Their Elders”

  1. Also here in the US, young people have no respect for elders at all.

    I think it’s generally a White Anglo-Saxon thing: disgusting youngsters are a norm in USA, Canada, UK, Australia, and New Zealand. And possibly in Scandinavia and France which are nowadays an extension of Anglo-Saxon cultures.

    Russian and German Whites are slightly different; they defer to the elderly. I have seen it with my own eyes.

    You have to take it up with the Anglosphere culture in general. That’s the root of the problem.

    I know people at other stores around here who are immigrants from other lands. This includes Punjabis, Pakistanis, and Arabs. The young Pakistanis, Punjabis, and Arabs (all born in the old country) are extremely respectful of me. They call me sir and it almost seems like they are trying to get underneath me when they talk to me. Like they are deferring to someone with higher status.

    Yes, all these cultures defer to the elderly and will not use words like “old fogey” or “old geezer” to describe you, not even in their homelands. They see someone who has unlimited life experiences, a fountain of wisdom etc. It goes the same with cultures such as Korea, China, Japan, Indonesia…. almost feels great to be slightly older in these countries. If you are in good shape and health, you’ll dominate the social scene.

    I suspect the ones who are born here with gravitate towards American disrespect for elders grotesqueness.

    Some of them do. They tend to be “over-Americanized” and have a cultural cringe, but the vast majority don’t. At least it’s not socially acceptable to humiliate the elderly in their inner environment.

    Also Hispanics, if they are born outside the US, don’t give me any problems at all. The men give zero fucks about anything, and the women defer to men and act like they don’t want to cause any problems with me because I am a man, and women are not supposed to start shit with men, especially male strangers and acquaintances.

    As a traditional culture, the Hispanic women are probably supposed to defer to men. At least they have to act in a feminine manner, and not behave like uncultured baboons which is what I suspect many arrogant White women in your vicinity act like. I’ve seen them, not a pleasant sight.

  2. In my 20s, I was a piece of shit youngster despite hailing from a land where the elderly are to be venerated.

    But it was more a sign of rebellion than actual disrespect for the elderly. I always have respected my parents.

    1. My brother said that young people (18-25) are at an age where they basically hate their elders. He said that they grow out of it as they get older.

      1. My brother said that young people (18-25) are at an age where they basically hate their elders. He said that they grow out of it as they get older.

        I have never been disrespectful to someone of your age group even as an 18 or 25-year old…I mean we have 25 years difference.

        But I sometimes had a bit of trouble with Generation X people, they’re generally tight asses, more sadistic, financially conservative bullying types, and many are dickheads. Some of the bosses for whom I worked are in that age group. Not all – my sister is in this age group. Probably because she bullied me in my childhood. But I absolutely love her now; she’s a real darling. After our mom died, she has been a real pillar.

        I get along best with anyone born between 1981 and 1985, they’re the ones who understand me perfectly. We’re the earliest batch of millennials.

        Someone of your age, you’re fucking great.

  3. You must watch this video. Remember Johnny Lawrence from the Karate Kid series in the 1984.? Well he’s now in his late 50s and still kicks ass. This series, Cobra Kai, is about how he resurrects his rivalry with the Original Karate Kid, Daniel LaRusso.

    Here Johnny straightens up a bunch of disrespectful teenagers.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Bk4Au_08Jo

    Later in the episodes, he opens a Karate dojo where he “mans up” Generation Z shitwads. LOL too good.

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