Millennium vs. Politics – Newsblaze News

Millennium has learned a great lesson in politics. They have learned that when politicians and political parties say they will do something for the people to get their votes, they may not get what they pay for.

A politician can always justify anything and say that they have done a great job, no matter how much other people call it a failure.

Millennials rejoiced when Joe Biden was about 8 months away from completing the XL pipeline. They laughed at the workers who lost their jobs. Now, more than a year later, those millennia are finding it difficult to fill their cars with gas. They can’t even afford to buy an electric car.

They did not realize that the price of gas was floating on the future, so it has been rising steadily for the past year.

A war with Russia had not been remembered for millennia when they voted. But that’s because they didn’t realize that democrats like to start wars. Of course, Biden is not claiming it as his war. The U.S. government and NATO only provoked the bear until it was pushed back in response.

Now Ukraine’s Zelensky is skillfully managing the stage, so that many people around the world can support him against Putin and Russia. Millennials still don’t get it, but they will eventually get it. Stuck by the mainstream media and propaganda machines, hopefully not too many of them will travel to Ukraine.

Millennials vs. Politics cartoons by Newsblaze
Millennium vs. Politics. Newsblaze cartoons

Alan Gray is the publisher and editor-in-chief of Newsblaze Daily News and other online newspapers. He prefers to edit rather than write, but sometimes a problem gets to his head and he starts hammering on the keyboard.

Content skills

Alan has been on the Internet since its inception. He likes to use his expertise in content and digital marketing to help businesses grow through managed content services. After 15 years in the United States, he is now in South Australia. To learn more about how Alan can help you with content marketing and managed content services, contact him via email.

Technical skills

Alan is also a technologist. His father was a British soldier with the Sikhs and Gurkhas in the Fourth Indian Division of World War II. He was a sergeant at Signals and after that, he was a printer who typesets magazines and books on his linotype machine. These skills were passed on to Alan and his brothers, all of whom worked for Telecom Australia in a more advanced signal. After studying electronics, communications, and computing in college and making and repairing all kinds of electronics, Alan moved into programming and team building and management.

She has an interest in shooting video footage and video editing, so see if she can point her Canon 7d at you.

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