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New York City - 100 Years - Then & Now...

 
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Fuck, this is kind of heartbreaking...


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Next vid will have
big brotha in hazmat suits like the chicoms do.

Washy washy.
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Well that was depressing!
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Well that was depressing!
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It is but it's also very elucidating, in that NYC in the 1920's was a virtual utopia and 100 years later you'd expect it only to be even more magnificent and evolved...

Nope, essentially the exact opposite. Something very clearly went wrong here and I don't think it was necessarily the common folk at fault...
"My Country is the World and My Religion is to do Good" - Thomas Paine

"Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd" - Voltaire

"The person who is in love with their vision of community will destroy community. But the person who loves the people around them will create community everywhere they go." - Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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Sad...
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Well that was depressing!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82860280


It is but it's also very elucidating, in that NYC in the 1920's seemed like a virtual utopia and so 100 years later you'd only expect it to have become even more magnificent and evolved...

Nope, essentially the exact opposite. Something very clearly went wrong here and I don't think it was necessarily the common folk at fault...
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Notice how ALL races, 100 years ago, were elegant and respectable looking -
yes the black people looked different 100 years ago in that video
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Fuck, this is kind of heartbreaking...


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WOW, wish we could go back to 1920s. What a contrast, thanks for posting!!
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From the very beginning, a black-hearted destructive group, working behind the shadows, sought to stamp out her Light and bring about her death.

But, we can’t name them.

verysad
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For a lot of people, it seems super important to be able to name & point out that particular group, and while their apparent influence and subversive agendas being carried out throughout many mainstream socioeconomic & cultural institutions it isn't ultimately them in the end. It's the fallen one, the Light-Bringer & Choirmaster, the prideful deceiver & father of lies who came to resent God & his creation to such an extent he made it his sole objective to pervert, invert, & ultimately destroy the creation and supplant the Creator.

Last Edited by J-Bird on 08/04/2022 09:42 PM
"My Country is the World and My Religion is to do Good" - Thomas Paine

"Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd" - Voltaire

"The person who is in love with their vision of community will destroy community. But the person who loves the people around them will create community everywhere they go." - Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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This is race baiting nonsense.

In 1920 there were many parts of NYC that make the subway train look like the Hilton.

Go film in the financial district today during lunchtime and many areas look the same as the 1920 video.

I'm cursing the OP of this thread and anyone who posts in support of it.
 Quoting: Mike^^^


In 1920 less than 3% of New York City residents were black. Today it's more than 22%. These statistics are easy to find. I'm not saying that NYC's decline is solely due to that; it isn't. But let's be honest here.
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From the very beginning, a black-hearted destructive group, working behind the shadows, sought to stamp out her Light and bring about her death.

But, we can’t name them.

verysad
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83937132



For a lot of people, it seems super important to be able to name & point out that particular group, and while their apparent influence and subversive agendas being carried out throughout many mainstream socioeconomic & cultural institutions it isn't ultimately them in the end. It's the fallen one, the Light-Bringer & Choirmaster, the prideful deceiver & father of lies who came to resent God & his creation to such an extent he made it his sole objective to pervert, invert, & ultimately destroy the creation and supplant the Creator.
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Well said. You nailed it. Fortunately, Satan's time in this world is growing short.
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This is race baiting nonsense.

In 1920 there were many parts of NYC that make the subway train look like the Hilton.

Go film in the financial district today during lunchtime and many areas look the same as the 1920 video.

I'm cursing the OP of this thread and anyone who posts in support of it.
 Quoting: Mike^^^


In 1920 less than 3% of New York City residents were black. Today it's more than 22%. These statistics are easy to find. I'm not saying that NYC's decline is solely due to that; it isn't. But let's be honest here.
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Over 94% of shootings in NYC are committed by blacks.
The other 6% are still mostly non-whites!

I thought firearms are very hard to buy in NYC?
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This is race baiting nonsense.

In 1920 there were many parts of NYC that make the subway train look like the Hilton.

Go film in the financial district today during lunchtime and many areas look the same as the 1920 video.

I'm cursing the OP of this thread and anyone who posts in support of it.
 Quoting: Mike^^^


In 1920 less than 3% of New York City residents were black. Today it's more than 22%. These statistics are easy to find. I'm not saying that NYC's decline is solely due to that; it isn't. But let's be honest here.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83933669


in the 1820's they were 99% native and new york was pristine
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This is race baiting nonsense.

In 1920 there were many parts of NYC that make the subway train look like the Hilton.

Go film in the financial district today during lunchtime and many areas look the same as the 1920 video.

I'm cursing the OP of this thread and anyone who posts in support of it.
 Quoting: Mike^^^


How is this race-baiting? I'm not claiming there wasn't social dysfunction or societal troubles back then but it seems plainly obvious there was a greater respect for the common space and collective public display.
Most clearly illustrated by everyone being dressed up in their finest clothing.

I also find it ironic for you to claim this is race baiting when the 1920's video very clearly shows a burgeoning muli-racial city population, living in relative harmony.

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"My Country is the World and My Religion is to do Good" - Thomas Paine

"Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd" - Voltaire

"The person who is in love with their vision of community will destroy community. But the person who loves the people around them will create community everywhere they go." - Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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Where is my mind...
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100 years ago When Women wore dresses instead of Men!
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100 years ago When Women wore dresses instead of Men!
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hillary before Women wore Pantsuits
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The Obama Effect mike drop
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Fuck society in general now.. we are on the verge of no return
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Where is my mind...
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Classic, love The Pixies...
"My Country is the World and My Religion is to do Good" - Thomas Paine

"Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd" - Voltaire

"The person who is in love with their vision of community will destroy community. But the person who loves the people around them will create community everywhere they go." - Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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Fuck, this is kind of heartbreaking...


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1920s: gigantic ignorance among the population, particularly about the corrupt and evil elites


2020s: gigantic KNOWLEDGE among the population about the corruption & evilness of the elites (the difference between then and now is, the elites and the population are much alike today)


Example, the elites wrote on the dollar "We Trust in God", one of the biggest lies in the history of the world, and the population believed that lie, due to ignorance.
The population today knows that sh*t (We Trust in God) is lie and deception. One of the elites admitted that that shit is lie,when he answered the question "why is USA evil ?", with EVIL WINS.
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Every man wore suits from construction workers to business executives. Now our culture is garbage.
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Every man wore suits from construction workers to business executives. Now our culture is garbage.
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You're spot on! Culture has changed. Sad. No self-respect or self control among most folks these days.
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1920 WOMWN allowed to vote, country went to shiit.

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Well that was depressing!
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It is but it's also very elucidating, in that NYC in the 1920's seemed like a virtual utopia and so 100 years later you'd only expect it to have become even more magnificent and evolved...

Nope, essentially the exact opposite. Something very clearly went wrong here and I don't think it was necessarily the common folk at fault...
 Quoting: J-Bird


Notice how ALL races, 100 years ago, were elegant and respectable looking -
yes the black people looked different 100 years ago in that video
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That's because they acted like people not so much now-a-days.
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100 years ago When Women wore dresses instead of Men!
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Dresses were hard to twerk in too.....
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Ironically, America's punishment for slavery is being forced to live alongside blacks.....





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