Imagining the Millennial Fascist

A really interesting post by David Banks, reflecting on the possible forms that fascism might take amongst millennials, with the particular experiences of social and political life they share as a generation:

Barring some extreme changes in the political climate the following will be true of the American electorate in 40 years: There will be no living memory of a time when real income rose for anyone but the super wealthy. No one, save the oldest citizens will have had a post-9/11 adulthood with all of the normalization of war that entails. Schools will be understood as prime targets for extreme acts of violence even as rates of property and violent crime fall in the aggregate. The total lack of confidence in all established institutions with the exception of police, military, and small business will continue as major cities are washed away as governments look on and refuse to invest in any kind of infrastructure. This will also be happening as America reaches a major demographic milestone: whites (as we presently define them) will no longer be a statistical majority.

http://thesocietypages.org/cyborgology/2015/12/10/imagining-the-millenial-fascist/


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