We Are Revolutionarials, not Millenials.

If punk rock saved rock and roll back in the mid 70’s, then a revival of this culture in the Millennial age can create a revolution to defeat the oppression that we face. America will never be great again because historically speaking, world powers reign for 300 years. But, if we rethink our approach, we can make America prosper, providing the direction that the world needs to go.

We have the potential of starting a revolution as Millenials.

The maltreatment of our generation is caused by our leaders, politicians, reporters, protectors and our image of pop culture.

They all need to be shut down.

We Millennials are now a generation way bigger than the Baby Boomers. Millennials already have the power and we are not using it responsibly.

We need to channel it properly.

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We have set back multiple industries such as the automotive, real estate, commercial restaurant, corporate America, golf, napkins, motorcycles, and so much more!

Why are we called Millennials? That is a ludicrous name.

We are the Revolutionarials.

There are all of these little movements right now that aren’t going anywhere. Let’s be real.

Revolutions need two things:

1. A person to believe in.
2. People who are 100% sold on this person and completely against the opposed person or group.

We are Revolutionarials, the punk rockers of our time.

Our President is a cartoon character who has used this platform to monger the attention that he craves. Does he even like being President?

Let’s stop watching the news. Turn off CNN, FOX, and ABC! They want our attention and quite frankly, I don’t think we have time for that.

Think of an attention crazed dog who barks constantly to no one.

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Us Revolutionarials need to start making our own history.

Put down the newspapers, magazines, and turn off your television that is all controlled by Gen X’ers and Baby Boomers who are out of touch with how this rising generation feels. They are not the enemy, but they are adding fuel to the fire of the enemy’s oppressive repercussions.

Who cares what we have to say? We can say more by not saying or doing anything at all.

Imagine if everyone in New York City stopped riding the subway. What if we stopped using all government programs that are provided? Or if everyone in the US stopped paying taxes. Picture if we stopped listening to the media by watching the news.

We can say and do more by pure disdain.

I am sick and tired of people who are standing with the Philistines, calling us Millenials, when we are silently revolutionizing the world through our laissez faire approach. Let’s start using this power towards something impactful.

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We can start the biggest revolution by ignoring our infrastructure. Then the opposition will truly hear us, giving Revolutionarials the power to make the changes that we need.

It is our responsibility to hone this power that we have because we are the revolutionary generation.

Forget about hairstyles, touchdown records, body types, status symbols, and the rug that ties the room together.

We can defeat the Philistines because all they want us to do is pay attention to the corruption.

We shall never overcome if we keep screaming.

When the moment is right, our revolutionary leader will appear. Thereupon, we can finally strike, screaming louder than ever before just like our punk rock forefathers did before us.

Once we become silent, we will become heard.

Remember, “The Zos Knows”. 

-David Zosel

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