Something I noticed recently is that the major difference between the current generation and the previous generation(s) (people who are currently like 40+)--"oldies" for short--is that the oldies have a really hard time believing in conspiracies. They were brought up under a corrupt system that tricked them into thinking the government is in it all to help them. Makes sense, coming right out of the second world war--and onto the never ending war of the 20th century--the peoples minds were mailable. Much in the same way people were after 9/11--willing to give up anything and everything to feel safe again. They can't possibly believe the government is evil and corrupt, if that were true, then they're ultimately the ones to blame because they bent over and let (((them))) take over.
The current generation, however, eats tragedy and corruption for breakfast. What the oldies find too hurtful to believe, the current generation grew up believing.
The media still pretends the government is pure good; however, they're shooting themselves in the foot because they're pointing the blame on everyone else (large corporations, foreign governments, certain political parties, etc.). So, regardless of what the current generation is consuming (whether redpills or (((MSM))) bullshit) they KNOW there's corruption in the world and the KNOW that crime and evil can organize.
I think this will make a major difference in the coming decades. As the swaths of oldies who can't believe in conspiracies die off, they'll be replaced by younger generations that know large organizations are basically always corrupt. Thus, making it easier to get the masses to wake up and see all the crap going on in the world.
Side note: Obviously, not everyone in the older generations are blind fools and likewise not everyone in the current generation(s) are awake. I’m just noticing a trend.