Millionaire Jew Brian Goldner Mocks Goyim – “Monopoly For Millennials: Forget Real Estate. You Can’t Afford It Anyway.”

Luis Castillo
Daily Stormer
November 16, 2018

Goyim, I…

I think they’re making fun of us.

Yes, that is what this is. After Jewish policies made it so that no one can get a job or afford to own anything, drove a generation into debt for useless degrees, and gave us avocados and lattes in exchange for family property, the Jews running Hasbro are now making fun of what their people have done to America.


Monopoly, the timeless game about owning property, has a new edition targeting the people infamous for their inability to do so: Millennials.

Hasbro, the maker of the board game, has unveiled a new edition called Monopoly for Millennials, a twist on the original apparently targeted at the generation of people born between 1981-1996.

On the cover of new edition, Rich Uncle Pennybags dons earphones, sunglasses, and a “participation” medal while taking a selfie. Below, the game’s tagline reads: “Forget real estate. You can’t afford it anyway.”

“Money doesn’t always buy a great time, but experiences, whether they’re good — or weird — last forever,” reads the game’s description. So rather than collect cash and real estate, as in traditional versions, players collect experiences such as dining at a vegan bistro or doing a meditation retreat—or simply staying in their parents’ basement.

“Adulting is hard. You deserve a break from the rat race!” the blurb adds. Game pieces include a crying emoji and a hashtag.

But the game has drawn mixed reactions. Many millennials are offended while others find it hilarious and jeer at any negative reaction as a classic instance of millennials being coddled.

Others find the jokes overdone and point to the massive levels of student debt burdening many young adults.

I think this is funny. I really do.

Let me show you who else thinks this is funny.

The Jew Brian Goldner, Hasbro Chairman and CEO, thinks this is funny.

Brian Goldner can afford real estate.

Some goyim, however, who cannot afford real estate, did not like being made fun of.

I wish more extremely rich Jews would come out and tell us exactly what they think of us. Multi-millionaire Jews making fun of worker/renter goyim serfs for being poorer than our parents is a very positive trend, and I hope it continues.

Here is Brian Goldner’s Twitter, if you want to tell him what you think about his games.