8 August, 2015

When Was the Highest Point of Western Civilization?

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture at 10:55 am | Permanent Link

(Above: a 1912 automobile)

I’m saying 1912. World War I had yet to occur, and the Federal Reserve system had yet to be created. Jewish power was not yet hegemonic. Women were still women, and there was no TV or rock music yet [1]. Art was still art. Architecture was still aesthetically pleasing. Governmental power over the citizenry was at a minimum.

[1] this doesn’t mean to imply that all rock music is culturally harmful

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  7. 12 Responses to “When Was the Highest Point of Western Civilization?”

    1. fd Says:

      Put a nickel in it and let the buffalo pull it.

      The first American automobiles all the way into the 1950s were made with high grade Pittsburgh and German steel. Cars made after WW2, mostly the 1950s, were decorated with macho hood and grill ornaments. Bomber planes attached to the hood, missiles centered on the grill, etc. I suppose they’re collector items now.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      The high point of western civilization? Tough call, but I would say the USA reached its zenith between 1950-1970. It went downhill real fast after that.

      Let me think….A good argument could be made for saying that 1788 was the peak of western civilization. That was the year before the first French Revolution and just before the imposition of the Federal Constitution on the USA. It was also around the time that the Industrial Revolution began, along with international jew finance. Another argument could made that 380 was the last good year for western civilization, because that was the time when Christianity was forced on the Roman Empire, ushering in the Dark Ages. Others might say the West has been in free-fall since 2000. It is an interesting question, but one that probably has no definite answer.

    3. Joe Says:

      I disagree, Tim. By the 1950s, the culture-rotting fratricidal World War II had already been fought and after that, the slide was inevitable. As far as 1912, it’s a logical choice, but even then – the Jekyll Island conference had already taken place and the U.S. was already teeming with recently arrived Jewish immigrants.
      No… I would say that our high-water mark had to be sometime just before the Civil War – when the Christian West was still in command and relatively Judenfrei.

    4. Bigduke6 Says:

      The Renaissance is a high point in Western civilization. It was a time of rapid development in scientific discovery, art, classical music, literature and architecture.

    5. fd Says:

      People were generally happy in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s. Strong decades. Race mixing was nil. Spirit, courage and creativity was all over the place.

    6. Col. Peiper Says:

      I would say the high point of Western civilisation would be just after the immigration policies of the mid 60’s and removal of Gold Standard from US currency. From there on it has been eroding away with each passing decade, it is now facing the spectre of former civilsations.

    7. rigor mortis Says:

      People aren’t happy unless they’re growing, and thats why the mexishits are taking over.. On looking at a death certificate issued the other day for a relative, I couldn’t help but notice the box asking if you were “HISPANIC/LATIN /ETC.,” Of course we know who is the low man on the totem pole of racial heirarchy in Zogs republic, but I find it offensive that the mestizos and others brown skin invaders have expropriated names they are not entitled to. Remember the xian apostle to the gentiles Pablo hid under the cloak of deceit by assuming to be a Roman.

    8. fd Says:

      FREE , WHITE AND 21. A popular expression in the 1960s and ’70s. Nobody says it anymore.

    9. Joe Says:

      You’re all way out. The high point of the Aryan (don’t confuse with the Aryan’s technology) has to be before the Jew’s gift of Christianity which gave us “we are all equal”, “turn the other cheek”, the worship of the sick and feeble, and the hatred of the flesh ie the hatred of the physical animal human form.

      The high point would be in ancient Greece some 200-300 years before the disaster of Socrates (the precursor of Christianity, we can’t entirely blame the Jews unless Socrates was a crypto Jew). Later however, in the high point of the Roman empire there was a re-growth, hardly any crime (crucifixion was a superb deterrent), the family was strong and thought of as the backbone unit of the state and people were very happy. It was all to collapse along with the introduction of multiculturalism, egalitarianism, feminism, Jewish power and in some ways ironically the growth of Christianity. Whether those things are cause or affect a vicious downwards spiral is formed.

    10. Col. Peiper Says:

      @ Joe, sorry I disagree with your second statement. The advancement in industrial and scientific revolutions of the western world have been extraordinary… Christianity I agree is a Jewish Communist blood cult forced upon Europeans by compulsion or death. The passages you mention do have a lot in common with Socailist Communism. A lot of the changes you mentioned were introduced to western society by Jewish subversives came about gradually before and after the WW2 i.e the Frankfurter School of psychoanalysis nut jobs like Freud. The Jews won the west due to white traitors within, the Federal Reserve act of 1913 was the beginning of this trend.

    11. Biff Baxter Says:

      Tim McGreen, long before Christianity appeared in Rome, there were legal marriages between men and their horses. Complete with veils. Binding in court and subject to inheritance law. There are accounts of relatives fighting viciously after the man’s death to get custodial rights to his “wife” (goat, horse, etc.) so they could control his estate after he was gone.

      The Roman empire was so preverted and rotten that if Christianity hadn’t appeared, something much worse like the Cult of Dionysius would have taken its place. Christianity led to Byzantium and a brief renaissance after Rome fell. The Greeks (the smart ones) dominated in Byzantium and it was a very powerful white state with no slavery of whites permitted anywhere, unlike in Rome.

    12. fd Says:

      Pagan Rome called Christianity the new superstition. A brand-new religion that waged war on nature. A religion that demands you waste your entire life by preparing for death. The man in the sky.