23 March, 2015

The Cultural Revolution of the 1960s

Posted by Socrates in counterculture, hippies, jewed culture, jewed politics, Sixties, Socrates at 4:00 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: hippies)

The 1960s counterculture radically transformed America. That counterculture was produced almost entirely by Jews. Only a few of the counterculture leaders weren’t Jewish (e.g., Tom Hayden, an Irishman)[1].


[1] well-known 1960s Jewish activists include: Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Paul Krassner, Allen Ginsberg, Paul Goodman, Saul Landau, Robert Scheer, Saul Alinsky, Stew Albert, Richard Flacks, Mark Rudd, Ronald Radosh, Bob Ross, Phil Ochs, Peter Coyote, Mike Spiegel, Steve Marx, Mike Klonsky, Todd Gitlin, Robin Morgan, Nancy Kurshan, Peter Berg, Al Haber, William Kunstler, Betty Friedan, Andrea Dworkin, Jane Alpert

  • 22 Responses to “The Cultural Revolution of the 1960s”

    1. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      The 60’s were simply the Garden of Eden in a later age.

      Satan told these young people to copulate and take drugs, and they would be enlightened.

      They did, and they entered hell.

    2. fd Says:

      The Jews mentioned above were not hippies; they were yippies.

      Counterculture is a catch phrase used by the status quo. That hippie culture was organized doesn’t pass the laugh test. It spread across the country at once, illustrating spirit and courage of a free people. A leaderless, peaceful culture existing on the local level, thriving across the land. Hippies denounced The Establishment, Big Brother, The Man as corrupt and intrusive and they were right. Hippies didn’t want anybody who didn’t want them. The culture was a return to White paganism on many levels. When the body-bags were coming home 100 a week, the longhairs had the courage to go to the funerals.

      This is a classic case of White people persecuting White people. This is what happens when one group does and the other group does nothing. The baby boomers got tired of listening to their parents brag about how many Germans they killed in Churchill’s war.

      Teenagers and twenty – something hippie youth in small towns across the Midwest, New England, California and the South had no convictions and they knew little or nothing about show biz hippies and Jews.

    3. John Dough Says:

      Why are my forum posts not appearing? Since I have no way to contact a moderator, I must do it this way.

    4. Tim McGreen Says:

      Jill and Jim (assuming you are the real Jill and Jim, not the Antagonistes parody), most of the hippies who lived through that era wouldn’t have traded it for the world. A lot of young people today are continuing what that earlier generation started. I don’t see a problem with that, so long as big business doesn’t turn the whole thing into nothing more than a marketing campaign or King Kike doesn’t stick his beak into it. I myself have a peace sign flag tacked up in my crib, right next to the Imperial German WWI flag.

    5. fd Says:

      In classic Christian rhetoric, Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus invoked their god against 1960s and early ’70s White youth by relegating them to a place styled hell. Many youth of that era denounced the Jew god as violent and jealous which is incompatible with hippie culture. The Armadillo World Headquarters (Austin, Texas) of the 1970s was a mecca where hippies, rednecks, cowboys and white collar businessmen could be found drinking from the same bottle and passing the same joint.

    6. Socrates Says:

      fd, McGreen: you both have strangely rosy views of the counterculture movement.

    7. fd Says:

      Off Topic

      I think Jewish capitalist tyranny has finally Jew’d the Japanese. I never thought I would see the day.

      Miss Japan is Negro: https://www.yahoo.com/beauty/biracial-miss-japan-ariana-miyamoto-is-changing-114496707273.html

    8. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      Well, Mr. McGreen, most of those hippies did trade their movement in for the “Jesus Movement.”

    9. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      There have indeed been some rather naughty posts pretending to be from us. We did not know that Mr. Antagonistes was writing them. He not only insults us, but the One whom we represent.

    10. fd Says:

      Hippie culture was never a movement. It had no doctrine, no mission, completely leaderless, crimeless. The culture ask nothing beyond peace. Insulting White youth of that time is like stabbing at air. But the youth were prepared for those who have a vulgar mind: Don’t push your trip on me, and I won’t push mine on you. In biker speak, it translates into–f**k off.

      The picture above is misleading. The people look like dirty California gypsys. The painted bus has no peace signs, prominent flowers, etc.

    11. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      Is there any way we can get Mr. Antagonistes kicked off this forum?

      Mr. McGreen, also, was very vulgar to me, calling me a “mangina.”

      Actually, right now, I believe that the Holy Spirit is telling me that Antagonistes and McGreen are actually the same person.

      He (McGreen/Antagonistes) should be shunned by all decent folk. It was he (McGreen/Antagonistes) who posted a picture of a naked girl on a horse and told everyone that it was me.

    12. Tim McGreen Says:

      fd, if you look at the hippies in that scene from Easy Rider they have a rather grungy look as well. There must have been a difference between the city hippies from places like Haight-Ashbury and Laurel Canyon, who could afford to be more colorful, and those from the communes in rural areas, who actually had to get their hands dirty by doing farm work.

      I have only referred to one character on this site as a mangina. He is a stupid, vulgar, worthless fellow who has, hopefully, given up posting here and has gone back to his previous occupation, viz., watching flies copulate upside down on the ceiling of his ratty old trailer.

    13. fd Says:

      Good observation, Tim McGreen. Adding to that, hippies who remained in small and mid-size town across the country looked much better owing to the fact they were not on the road.

      How many people are operating under multiple names on this website? The usual suspects come to mind. I may be least popular, but at least I have the courage of my conviction by signing fd on every post.

    14. Tim McGreen Says:

      I have never seen fd but I imagine he resembles Tom Laughlin in those old Billy Jack movies:

      “[Billy Jack is surrounded by Posner’s thugs]
      Mr. Posner: You really think those Green Beret Karate tricks are gonna help you against all these boys?

      Billy Jack: Well, it doesn’t look to me like I really have any choice now, does it?

      Mr. Posner: [laughing] That’s right, you don’t.

      Billy Jack: You know what I think I’m gonna do then? Just for the hell of it?

      Mr. Posner: Tell me.

      Billy Jack: I’m gonna take this right foot, and I’m gonna whop you on that side of your face…

      [points to Posner’s right cheek]

      Billy Jack: …and you wanna know something? There’s not a damn thing you’re gonna be able to do about it.

      Mr. Posner: Really?

      Billy Jack: Really.

      [kicks Posner’s right cheek, sending him to the ground]


    15. fd Says:

      I resemble that remark—The ol’ Billy Jack and me could pass for brothers.

      Best line in the movie — Billy Jack: I’m gonna take this right foot, and I’m gonna whop you on that side of your face…

    16. Thom McQueen Says:

      Fantasy, pure fantasy, that is what Billy Jack was.
      This tells me that Tim McGreen’s grip on reality is pretty damn weak if he can be impressed by choreographed karate scenes in a two-cent flick. REal fights are not nearly like that.
      I know for a fact that McGreen is not my good friend, ANtagonistes. As I recall, ANt helped Tim with his writing skills when Tim was just a stadium broom-pusher. McGreen is not even grateful. No acknowlegements at all and he even

    17. fd Says:

      Will the real Thom McQueen please stand-up….

      Something fishy about the Thom McQueen text above. It doesn’t have the usual Australian sound with the ‘mate’, ‘walk about, body painting, etc.

      How many IDs can one person have without being confused.

    18. Antagonistes Says:

      Thom, I have long suspected that Tim McGreen did something bad in his youth, something that resulted in a felony conviction.

      That would explain his lying low.

    19. Antagonistes Says:

      The pent-up anger, the viciousness, the old album covers—it all fits.

    20. Thom McQueen Says:

      I’ve got my people looking into it, Ant! We will expose McGreen. Probably became viscious in the big house.

    21. Antagonistes Says:

      You don’t have to look into it, Thom.

      I already know what Tim McGreen was arrested for. He was a streaker, an indecent exposer.

      Just like those old, sad guys in raincoats, but Tim and his fellows were young enough to dash about without bothering with raincoats.

      It was an essentially feminine activity. Genuine males want to be known for accomplishing things; females want to be known for having nice boobs or a tight ass. The streakers wanted everyone to admire their assses and their cocks. Essentially feminine.

      Our enemies saw this, and knew that our young men were essentially feminine, or even outright gay. It was a huge GREEEN FLAG to those who hate us, and for those who wanted to promote the gay agenda.

      The field was ripe for the pickings.

    22. Thom McQueen Says:

      Ant., my sources confirm what you say.