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Amazing photos of America during the 1950s

 
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The key is in the almost. Concentration camps and the murder of millions was the almost. That was the evil.
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From his statement we can conclude that he didn't believe in the lie (the holohoax); wasn't aware of the lie (the propaganda had started yet); or felt the Jws asked for their fate (by their actions).

Agreeing with Hitler ~90% does not equal leaving out the holohoax (if you're aware of it).

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Look at all those cars, it's like the people are incidental
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Before Ted Kennedy's 1965 immigration act America was paradise . Ruined by Democrats
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Ted Kennedy's?

"While serving Jwish interests, the Open Immigration Law of 1965 was the beginning of America’s death as a unified nation. Jws (Senator Jacob Javits (NY), Congressman Emanuel Celler (NY), Leo Pfeffer (Former President of American Jwish Congress (AJC), Norman Podhoretz (Writer and Member of The Council of Foreign Relations)) were behind the law, promoting, lobbying, and “bribing” the law into existence with the fanaticism equaling the most dedicated Muslim terrorist. Jws have continually evinced hostility toward American Christian culture in their aggressive efforts to change it. The Open Immigration Law of 1965 is a prime example of that hostility. ... Jws fear a homogeneous Christian culture of which they would never ascend to influential positions." - Brother Nathanael - October 17, 2007

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Prejudices exist to mislead, try to look harder under the surface.
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He was right about (((communism))) and (((cultural marxism)))... and we didn't listen.

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Oh, really?

[link to www.independent.co.uk (secure)]

Confidants of Hitler. such as the late Albert Speer, have published their reminiscences; his wartime table-talk is a book; early revelations like Hermann Rauschning's Hitler Speaks of 1939 have been validated by painstaking research, and the notes of dead Nazis like Otto Wagener have been edited, along with a full text of Goebbels's diary.

It is now clear beyond all reasonable doubt that Hitler and his associates believed they were socialists, and that others, including democratic socialists, thought so too. The title of National Socialism was not hypocritical. ...


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Nice try zio-cuck. I never said he wasn't a socialist (I referred to "communism")... and I knew that he admitted being a socialist.

"A Socialist is one who serves the common good without giving up his individuality or personality or the product of his personal efficiency. Our adopted term ‘Socialist’ has nothing to do with Marxian Socialism. Marxism is anti-property; true socialism is not. Marxism places no value on the individual, or individual effort, or efficiency; true Socialism values the individual and encourages him in individual efficiency, at the same time holding that his interests as an individual must be in consonance with those of the community. All great inventions, discoveries, achievements were first the product of an individual brain. It is charged against me that I am against property, that I am an atheist. Both charges are false.” - Adolf Hitler

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"Marxism is anti-property; true socialism is not. Marxism places no value on the individual, or individual effort, or efficiency; true Socialism values the individual and encourages him in individual efficiency, at the same time holding that his interests as an individual must be in consonance with those of the community. All great inventions, discoveries, achievements were first the product of an individual brain. It is charged against me that I am against property, that I am an atheist. Both charges are false.” - Adolf Hitler
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Nice try.

Hitler and his Third Reich used the heavy hand of the government to force small businesses, and others, out of existence in order to accommodate the wishes and whims of der Fuhrer.

Claiming his small fragments of awareness of the harsh reality of civilizations somehow concealed his true nature is similar to claiming leftwing biases in humans come from their better angels.


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I wish there was a way to save those pic's for desktop background images. Anyone have an idea besides a screenshot? I'm thinking a screenshot would degrade the quality.
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Amazing? No.
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Actually...it was.
Ask Alice when she's 10ft tall
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Nice try zio-cuck. I never said he wasn't a socialist (I referred to "communism")... and I knew that he admitted being a socialist.

"A Socialist is one who serves the common good without giving up his individuality or personality or the product of his personal efficiency. Our adopted term ‘Socialist’ has nothing to do with Marxian Socialism. Marxism is anti-property; true socialism is not. Marxism places no value on the individual, or individual effort, or efficiency; true Socialism values the individual and encourages him in individual efficiency, at the same time holding that his interests as an individual must be in consonance with those of the community. All great inventions, discoveries, achievements were first the product of an individual brain. It is charged against me that I am against property, that I am an atheist. Both charges are false.” - Adolf Hitler
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Nice try.

Hitler and his Third Reich used the heavy hand of the government to force small Jwish businesses, and others, out of existence in order to accommodate the wishes and whims of der Fuhrer.

Claiming his small fragments of awareness of the harsh reality of civilizations somehow concealed his true nature is similar to claiming leftwing biases in humans come from their better angels.


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And that's why Germany didn't flourish for most of the years that Hitler was in charge. /s

Right?


“Hitler’s achievements, domestic rather than foreign, during the six (peacetime) years of his leadership of Germany were extraordinary... He brought prosperity and confidence to the Germans, the kind of prosperity that is the result of confidence. The thirties, after 1933, were sunny years for most Germans; something that remained in the memories of an entire generation among them.” - John Lukacs, 'The Hitler of History' - 1997


"Among these positive achievements of Hitler the one outshining all others was his economic miracle... In January 1933, when Hitler became Reich Chancellor, there were six million unemployed in Germany. A mere three years later, in 1936, there was full employment. Crying need and mass hardship had generally turned into modest but comfortable prosperity."

"Almost equally important: helplessness and hopelessness had given way to confidence and self-assurance. Even more miraculous was the fact that the transition from depression to economic boom had been accomplished without inflation, at totally stable wages and prices. Not even Ludwig Erhard succeeded in doing that later in post-war Western Germany." - Sebastian Haffner, 'The Meaning of Hitler' - 1979



“The elimination of unemployment in Germany during the Great Depression without inflation -- and with initial reliance on essential civilian activities -- was a signal accomplishment. It has rarely been praised and not much remarked. The notion that Hitler could do no good extends to his economics as it does, more plausibly, to all else.”

“large scale borrowing for public expenditures, and at first this was principally for civilian work -- railroads, canals and the Autobahnen (highway network). The result was a far more effective attack on unemployment than in any other industrial country.

“By late 1935 unemployment was at an end in Germany. By 1936 high income was pulling up prices or making it possible to raise them… Germany, by the late thirties, had full employment at stable prices. It was, in the industrial world, an absolutely unique achievement.”

“Hitler also anticipated modern economic policy by recognizing that a rapid approach to full employment was only possible if it was combined with wage and price controls. That a nation oppressed by economic fears would respond to Hitler as Americans did to F.D.R. is not surprising.” - J. K. Galbraith, quotes from 1973-1977



"After taking power Hitler and his new government immediately launched an all-out assault on unemployment… They stimulated private industry through subsidies and tax rebates, encouraged consumer spending by such means as marriage loans, and plunged into the massive public-works program that produced the autobahn (highway system), and housing, railroad and navigation projects.” - John A. Garraty, 'The New Deal, National Socialism, and the Great Depression' - 1973


“Germany’s economic recovery, which was complete by 1936, did not rest on rearmament; it was caused mainly by lavish expenditure on public works, particularly on motor roads, and this public spending stimulated private spending. Hitler actually skimped on armaments, despite his boasting, partly because he wished to avoid the unpopularity which a reduction of the German standard of living would cause, but more from the confident belief that he would always succeed in bluff. Thus, paradoxically, while nearly everyone else in Europe expected a great war, Hitler was the one man who neither expected nor planned for it.” - A. J. P. Taylor


"The Nazis came to power in Germany in 1933, at a time when its economy was in total collapse, with ruinous war-reparation obligations and zero prospects for foreign investment or credit. Yet through an independent monetary policy of sovereign credit and a full-employment public-works program, the Third Reich was able to turn a bankrupt Germany, stripped of overseas colonies it could exploit, into the strongest economy in Europe within four years, even before armament spending began. - Henry C.K. Liu, 'Nazism and the German Economic Miracle'


"Germany financed its entire government and war operations from 1935 to 1945 without gold and without debt, and it took the whole Capitalist and Communist world to destroy the German power over Europe and bring Europe back under the heel of the bankers. Such history of money does not even appear in the textbooks of public (government) schools today." - Sheldon Emry, 'Billions for the Bankers, Debts for the People' - 1984

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I wish there was a way to save those pic's for desktop background images. Anyone have an idea besides a screenshot? I'm thinking a screenshot would degrade the quality.
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Save the page as a webpage complete, then go in its data folder and there they are.
I do it all the time.

The 1950s were not the nirvana some of you (most of you) think.
People worked very hard. My dad had an old truck with a diesel generator and a welder in it. When he wasn't working his factory job, he was doing odd welding jobs. Mom got up at 4:45 every morning to get him and us off to work and school.
There was no air conditioning, the tv was a pos, school was tough, you had to learn that stuff.
Kids had chores every day. I got off school at 3, and did chores til about 5, then I could take off for a bit and do lawn mowing and gutter cleaning for money.
There were no credit cards, no free bus rides, and no free school lunch.
when you saw a penny in the road, you picked it up.

Boomers, as you call us, worked their asses off.

Don't blame the little people for the political mistakes and communist movement of the time.
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Save the page as a webpage complete, then go in its data folder and there they are.
I do it all the time.

The 1950s were not the nirvana some of you (most of you) think.
People worked very hard. My dad had an old truck with a diesel generator and a welder in it. When he wasn't working his factory job, he was doing odd welding jobs. Mom got up at 4:45 every morning to get him and us off to work and school.
There was no air conditioning, the tv was a pos, school was tough, you had to learn that stuff.
Kids had chores every day. I got off school at 3, and did chores til about 5, then I could take off for a bit and do lawn mowing and gutter cleaning for money.
There were no credit cards, no free bus rides, and no free school lunch.
when you saw a penny in the road, you picked it up.

Boomers, as you call us, worked their asses off.

Don't blame the little people for the political mistakes and communist movement of the time.
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I agree with most of what you said.

However, once the easy money started flowing (future debt) your generation (not all) spent it like drunken sailors.

hf
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Fuck the baby boomers for wrecking this country. Greedy cunts.
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Are you kidding, punk?

Look at America under Baby Boomers, vs. shitbags like yourself.
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Where are all the minorities that were our strength?
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Said no one ever.
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A world without cell phones and 1,2,3,4,5 G networks.
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I wish there was a way to save those pic's for desktop background images. Anyone have an idea besides a screenshot? I'm thinking a screenshot would degrade the quality.
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Save the page as a webpage complete, then go in its data folder and there they are.
I do it all the time.

The 1950s were not the nirvana some of you (most of you) think.
People worked very hard. My dad had an old truck with a diesel generator and a welder in it. When he wasn't working his factory job, he was doing odd welding jobs. Mom got up at 4:45 every morning to get him and us off to work and school.
There was no air conditioning, the tv was a pos, school was tough, you had to learn that stuff.
Kids had chores every day. I got off school at 3, and did chores til about 5, then I could take off for a bit and do lawn mowing and gutter cleaning for money.
There were no credit cards, no free bus rides, and no free school lunch.
when you saw a penny in the road, you picked it up.

Boomers, as you call us, worked their asses off.

Don't blame the little people for the political mistakes and communist movement of the time.
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The entitled little cocksuckers slinging mud at Boomers, most of them wouldn't even RECOGNIZE a hard day's work, because it is alien to them.

It's funny how zombies who spend their days like zombies, staring at I-Phones, playing video games, smoking dope, surfing porn, and most of whom couldn't even change a tire, think that people who worked their asses off were somehow "greedy", because they were able to buy a home and raise a family, without being on the dole.

These scumbags nowadays, judging and condemning Boomers as the source of their failed miserable "lives", are doing so out of jealousy, which breeds hatred.
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I wish there was a way to save those pic's for desktop background images. Anyone have an idea besides a screenshot? I'm thinking a screenshot would degrade the quality.
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Save the page as a webpage complete, then go in its data folder and there they are.
I do it all the time.

The 1950s were not the nirvana some of you (most of you) think.
People worked very hard. My dad had an old truck with a diesel generator and a welder in it. When he wasn't working his factory job, he was doing odd welding jobs. Mom got up at 4:45 every morning to get him and us off to work and school.
There was no air conditioning, the tv was a pos, school was tough, you had to learn that stuff.
Kids had chores every day. I got off school at 3, and did chores til about 5, then I could take off for a bit and do lawn mowing and gutter cleaning for money.
There were no credit cards, no free bus rides, and no free school lunch.
when you saw a penny in the road, you picked it up.

Boomers, as you call us, worked their asses off.

Don't blame the little people for the political mistakes and communist movement of the time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5461667





The entitled little cocksuckers slinging mud at Boomers, most of them wouldn't even RECOGNIZE a hard day's work, because it is alien to them.

It's funny how zombies who spend their days like zombies, staring at I-Phones, playing video games, smoking dope, surfing porn, and most of whom couldn't even change a tire, think that people who worked their asses off were somehow "greedy", because they were able to buy a home and raise a family, without being on the dole.

These scumbags nowadays, judging and condemning Boomers as the source of their failed miserable "lives", are doing so out of jealousy, which breeds hatred.
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What a sad and pointless existence you describe. A man feels good with a days work in the bag, some coin jingling in his pocket. You sleep soundly when you work for a living.
No wonder they are casting about for villains. It is easier to find a villain that to look in the mirror and deal with what you see.
A waste of skin and air. Whining at the moon.
Tragic.
Youth is wasted on a lazy, do-nothing man-bun.
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The entitled little cocksuckers slinging mud at Boomers, most of them wouldn't even RECOGNIZE a hard day's work, because it is alien to them.

It's funny how zombies who spend their days like zombies, staring at I-Phones, playing video games, smoking dope, surfing porn, and most of whom couldn't even change a tire, think that people who worked their asses off were somehow "greedy", because they were able to buy a home and raise a family, without being on the dole.

These scumbags nowadays, judging and condemning Boomers as the source of their failed miserable "lives", are doing so out of jealousy, which breeds hatred.
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Not fair at all.

Most people aren't criticizing them for their "hard work"... they are criticizing them (some of it unjustly) for not looking after the "purse strings".

Their 2 car garage (or more) house; 2 vacations (or more) a year; an expectation that the stock market would go up forever; etc. came at a price.

And we're living it.
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The entitled little cocksuckers slinging mud at Boomers, most of them wouldn't even RECOGNIZE a hard day's work, because it is alien to them.

It's funny how zombies who spend their days like zombies, staring at I-Phones, playing video games, smoking dope, surfing porn, and most of whom couldn't even change a tire, think that people who worked their asses off were somehow "greedy", because they were able to buy a home and raise a family, without being on the dole.

These scumbags nowadays, judging and condemning Boomers as the source of their failed miserable "lives", are doing so out of jealousy, which breeds hatred.
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Not fair at all.

Most people aren't criticizing them for their "hard work"... they are criticizing them (some of it unjustly) for not looking after the "purse strings".

Their 2 car garage (or more) house; 2 vacations (or more) a year; an expectation that the stock market would go up forever; etc. came at a price.

And we're living it.
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There you go again. We had an old coal shed for a garage but it was used to store tools and junk. The driveway was gravel which I raked 3 times a week. We never went on vacation, owned no stocks and the purse was empty from buying food, clothes, gas and bills.
You're all fantasizing about a time that never existed.
There have always been the well-off among us, but the vast majority were scraping buy, week to week, just like today.
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Not fair at all.

Most people aren't criticizing them for their "hard work"... they are criticizing them (some of it unjustly) for not looking after the "purse strings".

Their 2 car garage (or more) house; their 2 vacations (or more) a year; their expectation that the stock market would go up forever; etc. came at a price.

And we're living it.
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*fixed*
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Not fair at all.

Most people aren't criticizing them for their "hard work"... they are criticizing them (some of it unjustly) for not looking after the "purse strings".

Their 2 car garage (or more) house; 2 vacations (or more) a year; an expectation that the stock market would go up forever; etc. came at a price.

And we're living it.
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There you go again. We had an old coal shed for a garage but it was used to store tools and junk. The driveway was gravel which I raked 3 times a week. We never went on vacation, owned no stocks and the purse was empty from buying food, clothes, gas and bills.

You're all fantasizing about a time that never existed.

There have always been the well-off among us, but the vast majority were scraping buy, week to week, just like today.
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I wasn't blaming you!

hf
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Not fair at all.

Most people aren't criticizing them for their "hard work"... they are criticizing them (some of it unjustly) for not looking after the "purse strings".

Their 2 car garage (or more) house; 2 vacations (or more) a year; an expectation that the stock market would go up forever; etc. came at a price.

And we're living it.
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There you go again. We had an old coal shed for a garage but it was used to store tools and junk. The driveway was gravel which I raked 3 times a week. We never went on vacation, owned no stocks and the purse was empty from buying food, clothes, gas and bills.

You're all fantasizing about a time that never existed.

There have always been the well-off among us, but the vast majority were scraping buy, week to week, just like today.
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I wasn't blaming you!

hf
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But you are blaming millions of people, calling out an entire generation as spoilt.
I remember the 60s much more fondly than the 50s. In the 60s pay was increasing, cars were better, dad finally got paid a fair wage, the skirts got shorter and everywhere but home was air conditioned. :)
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OP!

Give us a break! The 50's weren't All That! I was there.

Duck and Cover, A Bombs and H Bombs going off all the time, constant threat of Nuclear War, Korean War, Vietnam begins, Pollution so thick you had to turn on your headlights in daytime in certain cities i.e. Pittsburgh, So. Bend, Coal fire plants everywhere, home heating with coal, big time drinking plenty of mob and commies being hunted....


Is that enough?????
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Oh gee, I forgot!

May 25th is the 66th birthday of the firing of the Atomic cannon at the Nevada Test Site in 1953.
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OP!

Give us a break! The 50's weren't All That! I was there.

Duck and Cover, A Bombs and H Bombs going off all the time, constant threat of Nuclear War, Korean War, Vietnam begins, Pollution so thick you had to turn on your headlights in daytime in certain cities i.e. Pittsburgh, So. Bend, Coal fire plants everywhere, home heating with coal, big time drinking plenty of mob and commies being hunted....


Is that enough?????

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Hell yeah, I almost got drafted. I went in the AF to avoid the Army. We were under a lot of pressure unheard of today.
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The distinct lack of liter and graffiti is awesome, everything is clean, even the people. America used to be SO FUCKING GREAT. MAGA!!!
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The distinct lack of liter and graffiti is awesome, everything is clean, even the people. America used to be SO FUCKING GREAT. MAGA!!!
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Gas stations passed out free litter bags that hung from a knob on your dashboard. You could toss the full one and grab a new one when you bought gas. A man actually pumped the gas, checked the oil and water and offered to air up a low tire while you waited.
For 25 cents a gallon, that's a lot of service.
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Before the satanic libtards took over
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OP!

Give us a break! The 50's weren't All That! I was there.

Duck and Cover, A Bombs and H Bombs going off all the time, constant threat of Nuclear War, Korean War, Vietnam begins, Pollution so thick you had to turn on your headlights in daytime in certain cities i.e. Pittsburgh, So. Bend, Coal fire plants everywhere, home heating with coal, big time drinking plenty of mob and commies being hunted....


Is that enough?????

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All BS
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used to be able to walk onto an airplane, take a seat and a stewardess would come around and collect the money for your ticket, just like on a train.