Geny Mill "I Want to Help Generation Y Millennials"

What They Forgot to Teach Us in School

by Geny Mill

"What? They forgot to teach us something?  Why, we know everything. Just ask us!", was my initial response to that statement. Most Gen-Ys I know would probably say the same thing.

Then I found out that comedian Jay Leno does just that.

 In his popular Jay Walking segment on the Tonight Show, Jay asks passers-by simple questions. The segment is considered to be one of the funniest acts on TV - except it is, unfortunately, 'reality TV'. 

Nothing is scripted, except for the questions. The answers, from mostly Gen-Y college students or graduates, are both hilarious and sad. Hilarious, because the typical answers to the simple questions are so off-the-wall. Sad, because most of the answers (to what our elders would consider to be 'grade school knowledge') are usually wrong. 

"What is the name of the wall that used to divide Berlin?" The answer; "Um, the Great Wall of China?" And the audience roars with laughter.

Unless Gen-Ys, like myself, were fortunate enough to have graduated from a private school, they probably did not receive a 'full education' in the controlled public school system. This was not their fault. It was not their parents fault. But it is someone's fault.

As I have since discovered, this is has been done on purpose by elements in our society who influence and basically control the school systems - and, as it turns out, the government, too. It is called the 'dumbing down' of our schools. Watch these videos:

This lack of basic education puts many of our fellow Gen-Ys at an extreme disadvantage.  Without a good education, they can't get ahead in a satisfying and fulfilling occupation. And they can't make sense of a world that seems to have gone crazy - because they don't even have a basic understanding of history and current events. Even with my 'good education', I'm discovering that a lot was left out. And as for "higher education", some would even say that the more educated you are, the less you understand. And, getting a college education is becoming questionable.

The good news that I want to share is that there are answers - and solutions to the curve ball we've been thrown. To fully understand where Gen-Ys now need to go, we need to understand what events have occurred so far in our lifetime. Every generation has its milestones and its tragedies. Let's take a look at ours.

Let's start with our tragedies:

1. Suspicious activity about 9-11: Something is very suspicious about the official version of the attacks of September 11th, 2001. First, corporate media restricts discussion of the events of 9-11, especially technical aspects like how a 47-story steel skyscraper (WTC Building 7) collapsed into its own footprint without being hit by a plane, steel turning to powder or molten liquid, or destroyed insider trading records of airline put options, among many other anomalies. The idea that investigating these mysteries is in any way harming the 9-11 family members is nonsense. 

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WTC steel beams suspiciously turning to dust – Dr. Judy Wood

2. Bank looting: Somehow, the original bank bailout — TARP in 2008 — of $700 billion (which a large majority of the public opposed) turned into a mass looting of $16 trillion to prop-up failed banking institutions around the world. Somewhere in between was a massive stimulus, QE1, and QE2 that by all indicators only benefited the banksters as well. There has been no official authority given by the people’s representatives for these transactions, yet the bank bailouts were clearly a jailhouse-raping of the American public. The people will suffer higher inflation, higher taxes, lost jobs, and less public benefits as a result. The ring-leading rapists are Ben Bernanke, Tim Geithner, Hank Paulson, Jamie Dimon, Lloyd Blankfein and others, Presidents from both sides of the isle and nearly all of Congress. 

3. Fraudulent foreclosures: The mortgage fraud scandal is indeed the biggest in human history. The involvement of mortgage brokers, ratings agencies, appraisers, robo signers, and every other type of criminality went right up the ladder to banks like Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, and Bank of America. Some even employed real mafia tactics by breaking into people’s homes. Now banks are scrambling to provide documentation, as it appears that people have been thrown onto the street without proof. 92% of NY foreclosures lacked proper documents, and that is just the tip of the iceberg for the rest of the nation. There should be a real full-scale investigation of the criminals running this operation at the highest levels. Instead, we see a few courageous people taking matters into their own hands, like the Florida couple who foreclosed on Bank of America.

4. Radiation cover-up: Ever since the Fukushima nuclear meltdown occurred, there seems to have been a concerted effort to minimize the severity of this ongoing catastrophe. While radiation levels are getting dangerously high, there are accusations of criminal negligence on the part of the EPA: “The EPA re-calibrated (rigged) Japan nuclear radiation monitoring equipment causing them to report lower levels of radioactive fallout after the Fukushima nuclear meltdown than what was detected before the disaster.” Instead of acting as the public’s watchdog on environmental health, the EPA increased the level of acceptable radiation despite all scientific evidence to the contrary. No level of additional background radiation is safe for human health. Those responsible for covering up what will become known as the most devastating holocaust of the Northern Hemisphere are complicit in crimes against humanity and should be held accountable.

5. Environmental devastation: The environment is being exposed to a full frontal assault by the corporate government. In addition to the exorbitant radiation already touched upon, everything from industrial to genetic pollution, water contamination, DNA alteration and human-animal hybrids, oil spills, atmospheric chemical spraying10 Things Citizen Spies Should Report to DHS , pesticides, and much more are devastating our human habitat. No one in power is called to account for these outrages. Just the opposite: in all of these environmental crimes we find the government’s seal of approval as they cover-up for their corporate friends.

6. Illegal wars: Normally war crimes involve more than a single individual. However, in the case of Libya, the government acted alone without even consulting the people’s representatives. Therefore, the government is responsible for war crimes against the innocent Libyan people and mass murder of innocent civilians and using taxpayer money without the consent of Congress. Additionally, the government is waging expensive drone wars in other sovereign nations without Congressional approval. All agencies that swear an oath to the Constitution are responsible for directing illegal wars that have resulted in mass death.

7. War on children: There are many proven government agency culprits here that can be reported, rather than sending anonymous tips to snitch on your neighbor. CPS stands out as an especially diseased agency that has been documented abusing, raping, drugging and selling children. Vaccines have resulted in the injury and death of children, and those like Rick Perry who have authorized it knowingly should be held accountable. Instead, government seems intent on spending taxpayer money to criminalize home schooling, sending kids to prison for pranks, cracking down on lemonade stands, and arresting mothers for not drugging their children with mind-altering chemicals. This needs to stop.

8. Complicity in The War on Drugs: The war on drugs has effectively turned the CIA, DEA and ATF into the meanest gang of armed drug dealers in the world. Report to the DHS that the CIA was caught trafficking cocaine into America in the ’90s; that the CIA cultivates, protects and transports the opium in Afghanistan, that the ATF was complicit, if not active, in the “Fast and Furious” false flag of gun smuggling to Mexican drug gangs; that the large banks have been openly laundering ALL the drug money. All this while federal DEA thugs raid lawful medical marijuana dispensaries for cancer patients. 

9. Abuse of power: When a president says to torture detainees who haven’t been charged with anything or had any presentation of evidence or a trial, you’d think we would be talking about some ghastly country like Iran. Oh wait, they actually have trials over there. The American president has also declared it okay to assassinate American citizens without due process if they are labeled an “enemy combatant.” It seems suspicious that this would be a lawful act in America. Anywhere in the world and in anytime in history these are the most horrific characteristics of a tyrannical regime and we should continue to report these crimes. These have ramifications that trickle down to a consolidated “Super Congress,” the destruction of free speech with Internet controls and shutting down cell phone service to stop protests, unwarranted domestic surveillance, literal molestation by the TSA, and over-zealous local police — all of whom seemed to have forgotten their oath to the Constitution. 

10. Food, water, air, and land theft: The very essence of life and freedom is being corrupted. While the DHS wants a snitch culture to report the subtle cues of al Qaeda-linked terrorism; real terrorism is already being carried out through the poisons in our food, water, and air by corporations who have received their stamp of approval from regulatory agencies. These are the criminals who should be brought to justice; not the Amish, food clubs, raw milk producers, organic farmers, and people growing tomatoes in home gardens. Public water is still being fluoridated after the science has proved its harmful effects. Meanwhile, criminals are openly stealing private property in the U.S. with the help of globalist re-zoning environmental initiatives like the Wildlands Project and Smart Growth under the umbrella of Agenda 21.

All of these ominous subjects have one thing in common. They weren't part of our education. And you won't find them mentioned in the everyday news media. Yet, they are affecting us now. And they will affect our children in the future. Someone has been lying to us. Big time.

On the bright side, we have our milestones:

  1. We are technology savvy. It's not enough for you to have a website. Gen Y's online usage extends past such basics. We prefer texts to voice mail. And text messaging is done during everything from driving (unfortunately), to watching a game, to using the restroom. Most older generations have yet to master these new technologies.

  2. We want to be a part of something big. Our generation, more so than any before it, has an enormous need to be the next biggest (fill in the blank) and most of our plans involve being affluent and lauded. While nonprofits may not be a route to millions, we know it can be a way to get recognized (and looks good on a resume) and although that is not why you want to be donating time or money, it can be a motivator for us.  While preceding generations may have preferred anonymous donations, Gen Ys want their names in lights and on the side of buildings.

  3. We don't believe in doing things because they've always been done that way. Our allegiance is not to established means, methods or groups. We want to try things on our own and be a part of something, helping it become more than it is. We thrive on feedback and want larger roles within organizations and the workforce. 

So what to do? We need to make up for our educational deficiencies and find out what is really going on in the world. We need to make use of our strengths, learn the good things of those who have gone before us... and not try to reinvent the wheel. We need to be successful in all areas of our lives. So let's take a look at what I have found that we can do on my Success in a Down Economy page.

Geny Mill


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