-- What does a bunker do?In a age where one's parents grew up with heavy metal it takes a lot to shock -- bunk does it by going back to the basics. Bunk rock is about the basic visceral needs and drives of the body. It has no message other than drinking, feeding, fighting, fucking and shitting, no higher ambitions than enjoying oneself here and now as directly as possible. To care about anything else is to be a "priv". The music is LOUD, with a very strong and simple characteristic bass rhythm the musicians try to make as penetrating and infrasonic as possible -- it must be impossible to ignore even with earplugs; ideally it should be felt in the bones several blocks away. Loud and basic is the overall style of bunk -- bunkers try to be seen, heard and smelt a long way, flaunting society's conventions about the body and properly civilized behavior. Rationality and planning is out, nihilism and primal urges in.
-- He boozes.
-- Yeah. And what does he do then?
-- I don't know...
-- He pukes!
Just say NO to death and taxes!
Another form of youth rebellion is neoliberalism. Adolescents shock their parents and society by proclaiming themselves libertarians, wearing Hayek shirts, spreading subversive slogans about freedom, property rights and drug legalization. The movement isn't entirely unlike the socialist period of their grandparents 40 years back -- many do not really understand or care about ideology, the central thing is a sense of belonging, the parties and the chance to shock society.
The neoliberal movement is divided into lots of groups and submovements, occasionally with vicious infighting and competition. The central theme is freedom; freedom from the demands of a gerontocratic society that wants the young to grow up into taxpayers, freedom from the well-meaning restrictions of FOG, freedom from the suffocating past. While most neoliberals never go beyond this, the movement is a prime recruiting ground for the TU and can often act as a convenient cover.