16 June, 2018

A Hollywood Director Poses an Interesting and Legitimate Question

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", America, America the White nation, America's founders, Civil Rights Act of 1964, Civil Rights Act of 1968, civil rights movement, counterculture, First Amendment, freedom, freedom of association, Socrates, Trump, Trump and Making America Great Again, Trump's policies at 2:58 pm | Permanent Link

Hollywood director Ron Howard asked, “to what era would America go back to in order to ‘make America great again'”? [1].

That’s easy to answer: before the mid-1960s, because that’s when America began to unravel like a ball of yarn. (Granted, it would be better if America went back to the 1950s or even earlier, but the 1960s is when things really began turning to crap, e.g., the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which ruined America by violating the First Amendment right of White people to freedom of association, among other things)[3].

[1] Howard said on June 14, 2018: “Honest question to #MAGA minders. When was America at its greatest? Can you tell me an era that reflects the “Again” that you hope we return to?”

[2] those who are interested in the origins of the 1960s Jewish-led counterculture movement can read the 1998 book “The Culture of Critique” by Dr. Kevin MacDonald, an online .PDF book

[3] “Legally, the freedom of association is considered to be a fundamental right protected by the Constitution. In the Supreme Court case of N.A.A.C.P. v. Alabama (1958), a unanimous Court ruled that the NAACP did not have to reveal to the Alabama attorney general the names and addresses of the NAACP members in the state because it would violate the NAACP members’ freedom of association” [Here]. Furthermore, the United States of America is a Western country. That means it’s a White country. Founded by Whites. That means that Whites have “natural seniority” over Black and Brown people. Whites have (or should have) a higher social and legal status by default. Civil-rights laws violate that natural seniority

  • 7 Responses to “A Hollywood Director Poses an Interesting and Legitimate Question”

    1. Stronza Says:

      Any time prior to 1913.

    2. Gleimhart Says:

      There was a very popular TV show in the 70’s that was set in the 50’s. It was called “Happy Days” for a reason. Such a shame that Ron Howard’s never heard of it.

    3. fd Says:

      Kevin MacDonald was a-sleep at the wheel in the 1960s. The horrors of the 1960s had nothing to do with the so-called counterculture. The horrors of the 1960s was the Vietnam war and the race wars in the South.

      The nonconformists of the ’60s didn’t go to jail because they were White. If the Jews had the ability to manage such a vast culture, I would admit it.

      The last hands-on race war in North America was fought by White teenagers in the 1960s South.

      I’m still trying to figure out why the non-stop Wigger generations get a free pass.

    4. Antagonistes Says:

      There were indeed some excesses in the 60’s, but there was a genuine thread of unbridled creativity in the arts, back-to-the-land realism, an intuitive appraisal of America’s betrayal of those countries who supported us in our war against Japan, and a shattering of the football-player conception of masculinity.

      The vandervogels in Germany were much the same—some fell into promiscuity, some fell into drugs, some fell into nihilism, but there was a righteous core of serious young people.

    5. fd Says:

      Good observation: . . . genuine thread of unbridled creativity in the arts, back-to-the-land realism.

      Nonconformists were moving to the country and small towns to grow their own food. They wanted a peaceful, undemanding life. A generation that produced a title wave of White music hitherto unknown. The most populous White youth generation to date. Imperishable spirit.

    6. BroncoColorado Says:

      Doesn’t Ron Howard recall growing up as a happy lad in Mayberry NC??

    7. fd Says:

      The extraordinary events in the 2d half of the 1960s came about naturally. Phenomenon. The nonconformists swept the country with brilliant effect. Completely leaderless existing on the local level. The White youth understood the dangers and disorders of a doctrine would lead to the ruination of their spirit.