March 25, 2016

“He’s literally Hitler!” WATCH “The Millennial Case Against Trump”

Gavin McInnesArchive

I decided to channel my "inner Millennial" and make the case against Donald Trump becoming president, in their own words.



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commented 2016-04-11 08:31:50 -0400
You must have been a really annoying child, Gavin ☺
commented 2016-04-02 02:25:31 -0400
Wrong. Literally, as a word, means literal, real, tangible.
I can’t see that in Trump.
Maybe you can suggest he has some similarities to a freak named Adolf Hitler. I suggest Donald Trump suffers from acute psychological deficiencies. He is elderly, nothing to lose and has money to piss away on a final dream.
Hey. If I had $10 billion and wanted to be another Canadian Ted Cruz, I’d shoot for the ego satisfaction.
commented 2016-03-27 03:10:51 -0400
Nation State = Resource Manage Mint + Resource Generating + Resource Allocation.
Business Individuals = Resource Manage Mint + Resource Generating + Resource Allocation.

Career Politikins = Stupid , Illiterate , Nard Sucking , Un Skilled , Un Talented Big Interest Sh-t Suckers.
Career Entrepreneurs = Only The Good Ones Make $$$$$$$. Bad Ones Are Poor. ( No Matter How Much Capital You Were Opportuned With. )

There Fore ;

Nation State = Business Model + Career Politikins = Failure.
Nation State = Business Model + Career Entrepreneurs = Success.

The Ritardzzz Get The Government They Vote And Thus They Deserve The Government They Get.

Cheers & Steel Toe \ Shank Work Boots.

Also ; Lazy People Are Poor & Hard Workers Are Rich.
commented 2016-03-26 21:17:18 -0400
Gavin: In formalizing my response, I recognized I couldn’t have said it better than George Luck (2 comments previous). He took the wind from my sail. My dad is 86, wakes up every day to the Today Show and watches CNBC before going to bed. He gives me the millenial response whenever I try to talk TRUMP with him.
Just like the phrase, “You are what you eat……”, I guess. Sad… sad that the majority of people are to lazy to hit the searh button and endeavour to find the truth themselves…
commented 2016-03-26 12:03:18 -0400
A few columns back, the brilliant Ann Coulter predicted the anti-Trump hordes with their Hitler comparisons. She’s proving to be right. Again. As is
Gavin. Dud!
commented 2016-03-26 10:44:29 -0400
One of the problems with Millennials is their lack of education, or perhaps, their brainwashing at the hands of liberal ‘big education’. Nazis and Hitler were socialists not, as liberals would have everyone believe, far right. It is the big lie of liberalism, that has been taught to every child entering school since WW2. So, not only are Millennials who make this charge, ignorant of intent, they are also ignorant of fact.
commented 2016-03-26 06:19:55 -0400
The problem with Millennials may be the parents.
Remember this sentimental line?….
“I want to work hard so my kids don’t have to”

Trying to create a better life for your children just may have made them lazy, entitled, hyper-sensitive fruitcakes. :-O

commented 2016-03-25 23:52:53 -0400
Maybe Trump will fire " I can’t say his name " !
commented 2016-03-25 18:13:52 -0400
Mr. McInnes, the master of understated satire. Funny stuff.
commented 2016-03-25 16:36:15 -0400
Your best one yet, Gavin. Trump will Triumph.

Trudeau will dance to Donald’s Tango and become aware of an empty space between his legs when the UN withdraws.
commented 2016-03-25 15:30:57 -0400
Comedy gold yet chilling. How well would these kids do in Korea?
commented 2016-03-25 14:21:52 -0400
The new generation thinks that heads only get cut off in video games ! Boy their in for a surprise when real heads in real time with real blood start rolling around !
commented 2016-03-25 13:55:06 -0400
The sarcasm is completely lost on this generation of idiots.
commented 2016-03-25 13:34:20 -0400
Some millennials are really that way, ? not a whole lot.
commented 2016-03-25 12:17:54 -0400
Selfie gen twitter wars against Trump are meaningless, the numbers say he will be the next president IF his party does not commit suicide by stealing his nomination at the convention. Trump is popular because buffoonish or not, he has tapped into the rage of the productive middle class (of both party alignments) paying the bills and being abused by a corrupt bi-partisan Washington bureaucratic cabal.

People paying the bills in the US are not happy with the way things have been handled by a bi-partisan congress which caters to America’s doner class (highest social strata) and taker class (lowest social stratas) and not the “Payer class”

Selfie-class rioting at Trump events will only solidify the popular will for change.
commented 2016-03-25 12:03:08 -0400
Let’s send them Trudeau!
commented 2016-03-25 11:43:54 -0400
Good one, Gavin!

Trump for President! Trump for President! Whoot! Whoot! Trump for President! Trump for President!