1 August, 2015

Rock Music as a Vessel for Sick, Jewish Ideas

Posted by Socrates in Freud, jewed culture, jewed music, music, pop culture, pop culture vs. real culture, rock music, Socrates at 11:48 am | Permanent Link

(Above: the creepy but way-too-popular Jew, Sigmund Freud, a.k.a. Sigmund Fraud)

The debut album by the rock group The Doors (1967) was a high point in the history of rock music. It’s a good record [1]. It also helped to increase awareness among young people of Sigmund Freud’s sick idea that all boys secretly want to kill their fathers (i.e., the “competition”) in order to have sex with their mothers. This warped idea is known as the Oedipus Complex, which is featured in the song “The End.” How many White teenagers were at least partly corrupted by that song?).

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[1] from Wikipedia: this Doors album “remains one of the most prolific and popular albums in all of popular music”

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  7. 24 Responses to “Rock Music as a Vessel for Sick, Jewish Ideas”

    1. CW-2 Says:

      All jew boys, (also mudslims), are victims of a reverse form of oedipus mumbo jumbo. It would appear that sicko jew fathers intend to castrate their sons, and perhaps did so in the distant past, but now only cut the foreskin off. Stick that where the sun don’t shine Sigmund!

    2. Thom McQueen Says:

      Most them sombitches did not even know what that song was about.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      But Freud didn’t invent the story of King Oedipus and Queen Clytemnestra, it was Sophocles who wrote the famous tragedy about them. It really says something about the possibility of immortality that, over 40 years after his death, Jim Morrison is still making tons of money and still attracting the ladies.

    4. fd Says:

      Grace Slick got it on with Jim Morrison while their bands were on tour in Europe. She wrote: “He was a well built boy.”

      Everything is ruined in the hand of the Jew.

      Example: “Ode to Billie Joe” was written and recorded by Bobby Gentry. She said the song was about indifference. A southern fried number-one hit, highlighting a deep rooted culture that attracted the attention of Jews out in Hollywood. So they produced a film based on a theme that Billy Joe jumped off the bridge because of a homosexual encounter.

    5. Socrates Says:

      Tim McGreen Says: “But Freud didn’t invent the story of King Oedipus and Queen Clytemnestra”

      True, but Freud universalized it for White people, making the “Oedipus Complex” seem like every White boy has it, when in fact it is probably very rare.

    6. Luke Says:

      I have never liked ‘rock’ music. Even long before I became ‘jew wise’, I instinctively knew that any form of music that worked so hard to glorify drug use and irresponsible sexual promiscuity and just about every other form of decadence and immorality under the sun – couldn’t possibly be something that would help improve the stability of our society, and in fact, would have the exact opposite effect.

      Reflecting back on my youth, and realizing that even as kid or a teenager, I seemed to always possess some kind of bizarre, automatic rejection response to almost every aspect of the cultural rot and poison that the jews began pushing in the 1960s and beyond. It wasn’t until I reached my middle to late 30s, and discovered Dr. Pierce – that I finally became jew wise and was able to connect the dots between the cultural poison that infected society and the slimy rats who were behind it.

      I sometimes wonder if there are some White humans who are born with a natural immunity to jew spider venom, without even realizing the source of the venom that they have an immunity against? If so, I must be in that group.

    7. fd Says:

      I dissent. Rock and Roll was born out of upbeat folk music in the South. Ol’ Grandpall tapping his foot while playing the fiddle from Kentucky and Missouri to Texas and all in between. The people of the 1960s who didn’t like rock and roll were the same police state citizens who wanted White youth to march off to the phony war in Vietnam and come home in a body-bag. Vietnam was the first rock and roll war.

      The boomers of the 1960s were nonconformists. Like Bikers, they told the status quo and the federals to f**k off—tell your story walking. They grew tired of listening to the ‘other generation’ brag about killing Germans.

      Preacher man talkin’ on TV
      Puttin’ down the rock and roll
      Wants me to send a donation
      ‘Cause he’s worried about my soul –Charlie Daniels Band

    8. Robert Cardillo Says:

      What always put a bee in my bonnet was when you had that kaffir-wannabe Peter Gabriel and the other cunts who said that Rock Music came strictly out of Africa. It had a lot of different influences. What bollocks.

    9. Saxon14 Says:

      I always knew that Oedipus Complex was complete BS from the moment I heard it. And when I heard all the rest of “Fraud’s” sexual frustration based BS I saw it for exactly what it was and is: a covert attack on White Christian Morals.

      And That was before I was ever “red-pilled” or became Jew-wise.

      The song of course has been immortalized now in the iconic movie Apocalypse Now

      Very few people actually realize that Apocalypse Now is basically a loose adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s short-story, Heart of Darkness

      Yep. There you go.

    10. fd Says:

      Negroes never got past beating a hollow log with a stick until they had access to musical instruments provided by White technology. Lou Rawls and others produced good music. I give credit where credit is due.

    11. Jan L Says:

      I remember listening to The End in 67/68 and the lines “Father I want to kill you, Mother I want to…” (roar). I understood what it was about, in spite of my tender age of 14/15. But I never took it seriously, even then. Anyhow, it’s one of the best rock songs ever written.

    12. Tim McGreen Says:

      When The Doors sang that song The End at a small club on the Sunset strip the jew manager of the place fired them for being obscene. But it turned out to be a blessing in disguise, because Arthur Lee, the Black lead singer from the band Love, was in the audience that night and recommended The Doors to his record label, Electra. I love those California rock and roll stories. I’ve got a whole bunch of ’em, about Alice Cooper, Blue Cheer, The Mothers of Invention, Captain Beefheart, etc. Despite all the calumny that is heaped on the 60s I think it was a swell time.

      Herr Luke, what kind of music do you like? I promise I will not disparage it

    13. fd Says:

      The Boomers produced more music than any generation in all the pages of history.

      If you like good lookin’ California girls at a rock concert, go here:

      The original LYNYRD SKYNYRD had a unique 3 lead guitar attack.


    14. Tim McGreen Says:

      California in the 1970s…just about as close to paradise as we are ever likely to get. America was definitely a Whiter, freer and happier country back then than it is now.

    15. Howdy Doody Says:


      I gave a girl a ride in the wagon.

      Her young face “was” like that of an angel.

      Better keep your eyes on the road son.

    16. Howdy Doody Says:

      I remember to this day the bright Georgia red clay and how it stuck to the tire’s after the summer rain.

      Thanks to L.B.J. and Gulf Of Tonkin lie’s with his pal’s in NYC and Hollywood laid the culture drug war on us along with hard incited of sub animals to . Their were not going to leave White alone to live on the land. As a ex Green Beret Randy who had children and lived in the Idaho mountain’s. 1991 under bushog spelled the end of any White being left alone.

      Stinking SAT radio pays commissions to artists music played okay, but White’s like John Denver sold allot more records than Niel Diamond and his idiot noises, and yanking about “THEIR COMING TO AMERICA” haa. Don’t pay for SAT radio.

      I purchased a ticket to a Lynyrd Skynyrd concert at the Jacksonville stadium and it was PACKED, 1975, no niggers, or messycan’s, Battle flag’s were every where ! Six rocket were set off my people yet no one got hurt, and NO fight’s, that’s a fact, even at the end in the parking every one was happy, the war was over, and we all looking for better day, as the job market rug got pulled.

      It was a fun concert, but my music’s interests were on other types of music such as N.CA. folk with local singers and bands, and concert piano.

    17. fd Says:

      I always bragged about the greatness of California in the 1970s. A cool place. Classy.

    18. Robert Cardillo Says:

      Glad to have you back Dear Tim!!!

    19. Tim McGreen Says:

      Thank you, Mr.Cardillo. As usual, you are much too kind.

      It’s sad that a few months after that show most of the band members were killed in a plane accident. A real loss for the music world. The same goes for the death of Duane Allman in 1971. His death is one of the reasons why I never bought a motorcycle. For a brief time the Allman Brothers were the de facto house band at the Filmore East in NYC. That venue started off as a live Yiddish theater in the 1920s. My family used to watch movies there in the 1940s and 50s when it was called the Commodore Theater. What did I tell you about my rock and roll stories?

    20. Tim McGreen Says:

      I was referring to the October 1977 plane crash that killed or seriously injured several members of Lynyrd Skynrd.

    21. fd Says:

      Yes, The Allman Brothers Band was the unofficial house band at Fillmore East in NYC. And Duane Allman was considered by many as the best guitarist or at least among the top 5 in the country. The video of Duane on You Tube looks as though the guitar is part of his body.

    22. fd Says:

      Neil Young is a good artist. But his songs “Alabama” and “Southern Man” insulted the South. Young got a severe lesson in real folk music when LYNYRD SKYNYRD responded with “Sweet Home Alabama.” Ol’ Neil didn’t know his enemy. “Heart of Gold” is a good song.

    23. Thom McQueen Says:

      Beware, Mr. Cardio, that is not the real Tim McGreen.

    24. Thom McQueen Says:

      Actually, when I first came to this country, I spend quite a bit of time at Muscle Beach, in California. The big name bodybuilders would not even give me the time of day, except Dave Draper. Very nice fellow. Should have been Aussie. But even then, there was a vile subculture around the bodybuilding scene. Jew photographers out for porno pics, shit like that.