Poll Finds Half Of Gen Z Wants Israel Handed Over To Hamas

The Christmas holiday is today, the 25th of December. While the festivities on this occasion have historically been associated with the birth of Jesus Christ and the Christian faith (and for many religious Christians across the world this meaning still carries significant weight), in the modern sense the holiday has become materialistic. In the United States in 2023 alone, over 12 billion dollars was spent on internet purchases related to Christmas, a record amount. Over the last 70 years, the culture in the United States has changed significantly. What used to be a predominantly christian, religious, agrarian based nation composed of relatively homogenized western cultures has in the present been reduced to a heterogenous, secular, hyper-capitalistic society based solely around the dollar.

While America has always been a capitalist nation, there were underlying themes in the national culture that were common denominators; shared traditions and experiences that united the nation. An appreciation and reverence for national history, an emphasis on god and prayer in public, holiday traditions through food and literature and other items were some of many things which helped to create cohesion in communities across the country. Now, in the modern sense, a cultural war has been raging for decades in which progressive and leftist activists have sought to erase traditional American values, revise and slander national history, destroy Christian values and the nuclear family with it. They have been relatively successful.

Perhaps in no other age group is the decline of American culture on more full display than in the nation’s youth. In a recent poll, a majority of Americans between 18 and 24 years old felt that the terrorist group Hamas was right to attack Israel and felt that the country should be destroyed. This poll clearly demonstrates an appalling lack of basic historic knowledge and a severe and blatant failure of the nation’s public school system. Israel is the only democracy in the middle east.