Archive for the 'hippie movement as Jewish' Category

4 November, 2021

Posted by Socrates in 1968, America, America the White nation, America's founders, American history, counterculture, Founders America, hippie movement as Jewish, hippies, history, History for newbies, jewed culture, Jewed philosophy, jewed politics, Marcuse, Paul Krassner, Sixties at 12:07 pm | Permanent Link

“I hate America so much that I’m ready to go to prison for it” — (paraphrasing) Jewish radical Abbie Hoffman to fellow Jewish radical Jerry Rubin, 1968. Ironically, Rubin later became a capitalist. There have been rough spots in America’s history, there’s no question about that. For example, the “Civil War” of 1861-1865. But 1968 […]

31 August, 2021

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, […]