31 August, 2021

Gentle, Peaceful, Peace Creeps? Thoughts on Vietnam

Posted by Socrates in counterculture, hippie movement as Jewish, hippies, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, jewed language, jewed politics, Sixties, Sontag, Vietnam, Vietnam War at 12:20 pm | Permanent Link

“But they were only peaceful hippies who wanted peace!”

Sure. If you say so.

Heard again: the 1960s peace song “San Francisco” by Scott McKenzie (1967).

Did you know that most of the 1960s “hippie”/”peace” movement was a Jewish construct? For example, the term “flower power” was coined by a Jew. So was “make love, not war!” So was the Vietnam War itself! [1][2][3][4][5]. A handful of Jews brought us flowers, hippies, peace/love/dope, etc. Groovy, man!

Jews led the big anti-Vietnam-War movements in the 1960s, e.g., the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam (nicknamed “The Mobe”), which was led by a Jew, mathematics professor Robert Greenblatt. He was called before the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1969, apparently as punishment for traveling to Vietnam with another Jew, Susan “I Hate White People!” Sontag in 1968.

Anti-Vietnam-War protestors often engaged in violence in the late 1960s, e.g., setting fires at military installations, vandalizing offices, etc.

Did the peaceful hippies care about White, American soldiers dying in the Vietnam War? Is that why they opposed the war? Nope. Not at all. In fact, the opposite is true. What they really cared about was American soldiers possibly succeeding and winning the Vietnam war. They didn’t want communism stopped in Vietnam! Indeed, Vietnam is right next door to China. Any anti-communist movement there could spread into China, which could have stopped or hindered communism there as well. The last thing that the hippies wanted was U.S. soldiers succeeding in Vietnam. (But they needn’t have worried. The U.S. military failed badly in Vietnam. Indeed, Vietnam was doomed from the beginning because America fought it in a half-assed way. You can’t win a war by fighting it half-way. Had America carpet-bombed the holy hell out of Hanoi [the capital and nerve center of Vietnam] early on, circa 1966, the U.S. could have won the war without much jungle fighting. Granted, it wasn’t our war to fight).


[1] a Jew, Gershon Legman, an early counterculture figure, coined the slogan “make love, not war!” in a book in 1949; it became popular in the 1960s.

[2] The word “hippie” came from the Jew, Harry “The Hipster” Gibson’s word “hipster.” His real name was Raab and he was a jazz pianist in the 1940s.

[3] “flower power” was coined by Jewish homosexual poet Allen Ginsberg.

[4] the Vietnam War was created virtually by one man, president Kennedy’s advisor and friend Walt Rostow.

[5] the hippie movement was almost single-handedly started by a Jew, Paul Krassner, with his counterculture magazine “The Realist” in New York City in 1958.

  • One Response to “Gentle, Peaceful, Peace Creeps? Thoughts on Vietnam”

    1. WAR is the Answer Says:

      Never trust a dirty shit hippie.

      Johnny Rotten