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In the 70s we had DISCIPLINE in schools. What happened?

 
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Yes. You are a dishonest, illogical, unethical, and non-compassionate Snowflake.

Not like me. I am so educated and I only enjoy the highest of highbrow humor, peon.

Now go fetch me my slippers peasant. Us Libruls need to be comfy while we steal your guns, celebrate abortions, and have yuuugggee High class orgies. All while praising Moloch and turning Merica into Sodom and Gomorrah.

You fuckin psychopaths.

oh. and.

Ok Boomer.
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So you're being sarcastic because you, unlike too many others, do understand the true nature of the left? Because you're as disgusted by them as you should be, as most sane and humane people should be?

If so, you're ahead of the game.

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Ok Boomer.
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haha- went from being a snowflake to boomer.
 Quoting: Far Away


They're not mutually exclusive dummy.

You can easily be a snowflake boomer.

You probably think millenials are college kids also.
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I AM a millennial. I even know how to spell it.
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Ok meleniyl.
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Yes. You are a dishonest, illogical, unethical, and non-compassionate Snowflake.

Not like me. I am so educated and I only enjoy the highest of highbrow humor, peon.

Now go fetch me my slippers peasant. Us Libruls need to be comfy while we steal your guns, celebrate abortions, and have yuuugggee High class orgies. All while praising Moloch and turning Merica into Sodom and Gomorrah.

You fuckin psychopaths.

oh. and.

Ok Boomer.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77252060



So you're being sarcastic because you, unlike too many others, do understand the true nature of the left? Because you're as disgusted by them as you should be, as most sane and humane people should be?

If so, you're ahead of the game.

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 Quoting: CSnow


thef0nz-ayyyy

Yes!!! Hey Mom!!! I'm ahead of the Game. I told you so!!!
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haha- went from being a snowflake to boomer.
 Quoting: Far Away


They're not mutually exclusive dummy.

You can easily be a snowflake boomer.

You probably think millenials are college kids also.
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I AM a millennial. I even know how to spell it.
 Quoting: Far Away


Ok meleniyl.
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Well, I can't compete with that high brow humor.
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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.
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sounds pretty god damn COMMIE to me. where did you go to school? Shanghai?
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They're not mutually exclusive dummy.

You can easily be a snowflake boomer.

You probably think millenials are college kids also.
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I AM a millennial. I even know how to spell it.
 Quoting: Far Away


Ok meleniyl.
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Well, I can't compete with that high brow humor.
 Quoting: Far Away


It's ok.

I know I'm a God Damn Genius. I'm like Albert Einstine's and Lance Armstrong's love child, becuse my 70's education gives me an intellect that is OUT OF THIS WORLD.
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Yes!!! Hey Mom!!! I'm ahead of the Game. I told you so!!!
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Good thing if your mother wasn't a typical idiotic liberal/leftist/progressive. Good for her!


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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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Well I wouldn't say "It was almost military-like."

But you are right, I had a 7th grade teacher in Arizona, who had a ping pong ball paddle, (with holes drilled in it) and it sat right there on his desk.

He was not afraid to use it either, and he was no large man.
Right there in class, in front of everyone, you had to bend over, grab your ankles, and take the allotted licks.

ahh...those were the days.

But there was no CRAP going on in the classroom either.
And if you wanted to excel...DUH, You fuc%ing worked for it.
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Yes!!! Hey Mom!!! I'm ahead of the Game. I told you so!!!
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Good thing if your mother wasn't a typical idiotic liberal/leftist/progressive. Good for her!


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Hey dont talk about mummy like that.
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A lot of those very strict teachers just want to hurt students and many kinds of people just to hurt them for the sake of hurting them because they get enjoyment and pleasure out of inflicting pain for the sake of causing pain and not because they feel those people deserve it as their #1 reason to hurtfully punish people, especially if they punish a person for doing something they had a right to do because they were doing it to a rotten asshole like the overly strict rude worthless waste of space teacher.

People who want to hurt other people just for the sake of hurting them and not because they deserve it as their #1 reason to hurt other people are VERY bad people obvious and they are very huge sons of bitches with the guys and bitches with the girls, they really are worthless waste of space piles of sh!t, period.

Well because there are A LOT of ACTUAL good people in existence, those VERY bad stupid assholes better watch themselves LOL.

I don't care what anyone says in response to my comments, me and any ACTUAL normal person knows that all of my comments are 100% true.
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Did a teacher hurt you in school?

What I witnessed in the 70s were teachers and the principal taking a wooden paddle to the boys and sometimes right there in the classroom. I never thought there was a good enough reason for that humiliation and pain. In one instant, the boys came in from recess and had muddy jeans from playing football. The teacher got out the wooden paddle. The boys had to bend over and touch their ankles while being whacked on the backside. I didn't agree with it then, and I don't now.

I know there needs to be a solution to problem students and that is, if they choose not to learn or be disruptive and violent, kick them out! It's as simple as that, but the state requires every child attend school no matter what.

Also, the public school system has some serious flaws. There is no room for creative thinking. There is a set curriculum that students have to adhere to. It's like graduating mindless clones every year and another generation begins the work cycle.
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The father was forced out of the home that's what happened.
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This! Welfare incentives for single mothers.
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We went from a Christian society to a Jay-dominated/cultural Marxist society.

This is an old story. Here's what Jays were up to 100 years ago.

In 1919, Georg Lukacs became Deputy Commissar for Culture in the short-lived Bolshevik Bela Kun regime in Hungary. He immediately set plans in motion to de-Christianize Hungary. Reasoning that if Christian sexual ethics could be undermined among children, then both the hated patriarchal family and the Church would be dealt a crippling blow. Lukacs launched a radical sex education program in the schools. Sex lectures were organized and literature handed out which graphically instructed youth in free love (promiscuity) and sexual intercourse while simultaneously encouraging them to deride and reject Christian moral ethics, monogamy, and parental and church authority. All of this was accompanied by a reign of cultural terror perpetrated against parents, priests, and dissenters.

Hungary's youth, having been fed a steady diet of values-neutral (atheism) and radical sex education while simultaneously encouraged to rebel against all authority, easily turned into delinquents ranging from bullies and petty thieves to sex predators, murderers, and sociopaths.

Gramsci's prescription and Lukacs' plans were the precursor to what Cultural Marxism in the guise of SIECUS, GSLEN, and the ACLU--acting as judicially-powered enforcers--later brought into American schools.


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 Quoting: Jackknife





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!
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Thread: Inside The LC: The Strange but Mostly True Story of Laurel Canyon and the Birth of the Hippie Generation (Page 17)

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

[link to www.illuminati-news.com]

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.
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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 father worked at the Edgewood Arsenal chemical warfare facility of the Aberdeen Proving Ground run by the U.S. Army. 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..

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We went from a Christian society to a Jay-dominated/cultural Marxist society.

This is an old story. Here's what Jays were up to 100 years ago.

In 1919, Georg Lukacs became Deputy Commissar for Culture in the short-lived Bolshevik Bela Kun regime in Hungary. He immediately set plans in motion to de-Christianize Hungary. Reasoning that if Christian sexual ethics could be undermined among children, then both the hated patriarchal family and the Church would be dealt a crippling blow. Lukacs launched a radical sex education program in the schools. Sex lectures were organized and literature handed out which graphically instructed youth in free love (promiscuity) and sexual intercourse while simultaneously encouraging them to deride and reject Christian moral ethics, monogamy, and parental and church authority. All of this was accompanied by a reign of cultural terror perpetrated against parents, priests, and dissenters.

Hungary's youth, having been fed a steady diet of values-neutral (atheism) and radical sex education while simultaneously encouraged to rebel against all authority, easily turned into delinquents ranging from bullies and petty thieves to sex predators, murderers, and sociopaths.

Gramsci's prescription and Lukacs' plans were the precursor to what Cultural Marxism in the guise of SIECUS, GSLEN, and the ACLU--acting as judicially-powered enforcers--later brought into American schools.


Source: [link to www.americanthinker.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Jackknife





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!
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Interestingly, numerous singers/celebs of the time had parents who were in military intelligence- two I can think of now are Sharon Tate and Jim Morrison.
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Families in the 70s were still quite decent, with all their problems.
You never heared a child call their parents "Mary" or "John". Today its like it is a shame to not talk like this. I think it is the modern directives to the parents and the school, that destroyed whatever was healthy in social ties.
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OK BOOMER
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Aw, look at the Daily Stormer memer.

Meanwhile Chinese culture teaches the young to revere the elderly.

And the Chinese are slowly taking over America if you haven't noticed.

All these so-called white nationalists hating their own parents and grandparents, parroting whatever Stormer memes are fed to them...

Hmm, makes ya wonder who's behind these memes...
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40 years of the tribe destroying America
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120 years, at least if not much, much longer. the Federal Reserve Act marked the beginning of the modern era of corporate feudalism.
Gen. John B Gordon and Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest were the finest citizen-soldiers birthed in America.
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Yes!!! Hey Mom!!! I'm ahead of the Game. I told you so!!!
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Good thing if your mother wasn't a typical idiotic liberal/leftist/progressive. Good for her!


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Hey dont talk about mummy like that.
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lmao

So she wasn't a stupid liberal?

Are you sure you don't tend to have a warm spot in your heart for such people?


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Families in the 70s were still quite decent, with all their problems.
You never heared a child call their parents "Mary" or "John". Today its like it is a shame to not talk like this. I think it is the modern directives to the parents and the school, that destroyed whatever was healthy in social ties.
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I don't really know how public schools in my area are now- I graduated from high school in 2010- actually a year before I was supposed to because I was homeschooled for a few years and skipped a grade when I started public school. Anyway, I have a niece and nephews, but they are either homeschooled or in private schools. None have had to be in daycare, fortunately.
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I remember a board with holes cut in it, hanging on the principal’s wall in elementary school. 1978.
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I am going to be such a helicopter parent. Damn, I think it's going to be neurotic.
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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.


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A few of us who grew up in that time did not buy into that counter-culture stuff and saw it for what it was.

But no one listened to a young person who's eyes were open...
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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.
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sounds pretty god damn COMMIE to me. where did you go to school? Shanghai?
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it's called "Discipline". the Chinese and Japanese mostly do it.
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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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Soooooo glad these days are behind. Making kids fall in line because of fear is EXACTLY why we are where we are.

And to say no one had adhd is fucking ignorant. Tons of kids had adhd, they were branded the ‘bad kids’ or places in special education.

Sit down boomer, your time has passed
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if you don't conform to these basic disciplines, then you are Red Flagged.
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Every unwashed dirtbag thought they all had a mind-blowing opinion but they never realized they had nothing meaninful to say...so now we have a shit-load of yapping know-nothings blurting out what ever comes out of their ignorant, undisciplined little brains.
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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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Soooooo glad these days are behind. Making kids fall in line because of fear is EXACTLY why we are where we are.

And to say no one had adhd is fucking ignorant. Tons of kids had adhd, they were branded the ‘bad kids’ or places in special education.

Sit down boomer, your time has passed
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It shows it in your answer.
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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.
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sounds pretty god damn COMMIE to me. where did you go to school? Shanghai?
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it's called "Discipline". the Chinese and Japanese mostly do it.
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Bible

Spare the rod, and spoil the child.
Just because YOU don’t believe
in the Rougarou; or the Loup Garou, don’t make you safe; No !

The Constitution is a blend of 'moral certitude' -- which is one of the reasons that criminals are determined to be rid of it and We the People must be even more determined to defend it.

"If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace." - Thomas Paine

The only thing the Illuminati fears is an independent person who can live, eat, sleep, stay warm and defend themselves separate from Federal help. Pray that the Lord gives us more time! The End is near and time is short!

A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion. ~Proverbs 18:2


For those who understand, no explanation is needed. For those who do not understand, no explanation is possible

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We went from a Christian society to a Jay-dominated/cultural Marxist society.

This is an old story. Here's what Jays were up to 100 years ago.

In 1919, Georg Lukacs became Deputy Commissar for Culture in the short-lived Bolshevik Bela Kun regime in Hungary. He immediately set plans in motion to de-Christianize Hungary. Reasoning that if Christian sexual ethics could be undermined among children, then both the hated patriarchal family and the Church would be dealt a crippling blow. Lukacs launched a radical sex education program in the schools. Sex lectures were organized and literature handed out which graphically instructed youth in free love (promiscuity) and sexual intercourse while simultaneously encouraging them to deride and reject Christian moral ethics, monogamy, and parental and church authority. All of this was accompanied by a reign of cultural terror perpetrated against parents, priests, and dissenters.

Hungary's youth, having been fed a steady diet of values-neutral (atheism) and radical sex education while simultaneously encouraged to rebel against all authority, easily turned into delinquents ranging from bullies and petty thieves to sex predators, murderers, and sociopaths.

Gramsci's prescription and Lukacs' plans were the precursor to what Cultural Marxism in the guise of SIECUS, GSLEN, and the ACLU--acting as judicially-powered enforcers--later brought into American schools.


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 Quoting: Jackknife





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!
 Quoting: Eggcellently Deplorable


Interestingly, numerous singers/celebs of the time had parents who were in military intelligence- two I can think of now are Sharon Tate and Jim Morrison.
 Quoting: Far Away


Interesting thing I just found on Jim Morrison's father:

"What is not as well known is that then-Captain George Stephen Morrison was the commander of US Naval forces at the time of the Gulf of Tonkin Incident that gave the Johnson Administration the justification they needed to enter the Vietnam War."

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GLP