I have nothing against religion. However, I’m right in there being tired of hypocrisy. I do hope that we are coming into a time of rationalism, equality, and freedom.
As the evangelical right wing of the Republican Party clings to their religion as tightly as they can, the American youth is gearing up to take part in its biggest rebellion. After years of hearing about sex scandals, abuses of power, hypocrisy, sexist policies and racist remarks the youth of America has absolutely no reason to fall in line with the thinking of the Christian Church. The Church represents superstition in the age of science. It preaches against women’s rights and the LGBT community in the age of equality. They represent oppression and control to a generation who has grown up with unrestricted knowledge from an unfiltered internet. Their parents may see kids who watch too many YouTube videos or spend too much time on their phones but I see a generation of hackers, web designers and computer virtuosos who are perfectly suited for the cyber-age. And unfortunately for the Christian monopoly on Presidential belief structure this generation seems to have no interest in the religions of the past and no time for those who do. This generation wants class equality and freedom of information, not stories about 4,000 year old floods or fables about slingshots and giants. We are witnessing the rise of a generation of non-believers, a generation whose singular political interest will be a secular democracy that truly represents the people. You know, the way America was meant to be. This generation may just become the fathers and mothers of a new age in America.