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In the 70s we had DISCIPLINE in schools. What happened?
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[quote:Eggcellently Deplorable:MV80MTgxMDMyXzc2MDIxNzU5X0VDNzg4M0U=] [quote:Loup Garou:MV80MTgxMDMyXzc2MDIwODc3XzY4QTlFN0Uz] [quote:Eggcellently Deplorable:MV80MTgxMDMyXzc2MDIwNDYzXzdGQzVFQkRG] There is a thread here from a few years ago called "Inside The LC: The Strange But Mostly True Story Of Laurel Canyon And The Birth Of the Hippie Generation". The thread is several pages long, but is a FASCINATING read which details how all of the music idols which were a part of our lives like the Beach Boys, the Mamas and the Papas, and most if not all of the "folk musicians" were supported and guided by Communists trying to undermine the USA by encouraging the same sort of activities. There's quite a lot there about Charles Manson and his "Helter Skelter" philosophy as well. Scary to see how all the "Free Love" and "Peace" sunshine-filled lifestyles which we all believed that WE were inventing and cultivating and bringing about to change the World into a kinder and gentler place were actually insidious dark plots hatched by black-hearted Communists. If you have an afternoon or evening, this thread is well worth looking up and will be an eye-opening read for you! [/quote] https://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message551174/pg17 [quote:Anonymous Coward 72075685:MV81NTExNzRfNTk1Mjc5MjFfRkNGNDNEMzM=] Inside The LC: The Strange but Mostly True Story of Laurel Canyon and the Birth of the Hippie Generation Here is a working link to the Laurel Canyon writings http://www.illuminati-news.com/articles2/00201.html Inside The LC: The Strange but Mostly True Story of Laurel Canyon and the Birth of the Hippie Generation PART 1 links to PART 2...links to Part 3...etc. etc. [/quote] MKultra trained Frank Zappa was the son of... The family moved often because his father, a chemist and mathematician, worked in the defense industry. After a time in Florida in the 1940s, the family returned to Maryland, where Zappa's [b]father worked at the Edgewood Arsenal chemical warfare facility of the Aberdeen Proving Ground run by the U.S. Army. [/b]Due to their home's proximity to the arsenal, which stored mustard gas, gas masks were kept in the home in case of an accident. This living arrangement had a profound effect on Zappa, and references to germs, germ warfare and the defense industry occur frequently throughout his work.. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Zappa [/quote] Something to keep in mind is that, for those of us born in the late 40's and early 50's, it was pretty much a given that one's father had been involved with the Military in some way, since the War didn't end until September of 1945 and it took time to rotate Home. So it was no big deal when you'd find out that someone's Dad had been at one of the Military bases for one reason or another. Besides, when you're a kid the Adults in your life operate on the periphery of "What's Important". So your Dad would leave in the morning and come home in the evening, sometimes you'd do fun stuff together on the weekends. The REALLY important part of Life was friends, school, homework, a bicycle (and later a car)and unless something directly affected you and/or your Life it had no relevance. So there was no suspicion that anything underhanded was going on from the Military people, and besides, parents were "Doddering Ancients" anyway, what did THEY know, WE knew EVERYTHING about how The World should be run! Imagine a whole generation of Gretas! Communists and the warnings against them were so old-fashioned and passe'! [/quote]
It was almost military-like. Standing up when a superior (teacher) walkedä in. Greetings (e.g. "Good morning, teacher!") were mandatory and the entire class would say it in unison. You always asked for a permission to speak. You did not leave the class until you were dismissed by the teacher.
You were punished if you forgot books or hadn't done your homework. Your mouth was washed with soap (really) if you cursed.
Back then nobody had ADHD or exhibited chronic bad behavior.
Most important of all, the parents didn't make excuses for their kids or tried to get special rules for their "special kid". Everybody was treated the same.
If you got good grades or the teacher commended you, you KNEW you had done a good job. No participation trophies back then.
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