Archive for the 'pop culture vs. real culture' Category

13 September, 2018

Posted by Socrates in jewed culture, jewed media, jewed music, music, pop culture, pop culture vs. real culture, rock music, rock music industry, Socrates at 4:50 pm | Permanent Link

How come music from 1974 sounds good but music from 2013 sounds like shit? Well, basically, there’s no artistry or originality in today’s music, e.g., the sequences of the notes are nearly the same in every song; modern musical “compression” makes all the songs sound muddy and too dense, and lyrics repeat themselves endlessly; also, […]

23 August, 2018

Posted by Socrates in "gay", "gender theory", "gender", 'transgender', homosexual themes, homosexuals, jewed culture, jewed media, Jewish gender baloney, pop culture, pop culture vs. real culture, Socrates, trannies, War On White People, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline at 3:35 pm | Permanent Link

Man #1: “I have rapid-onset gender dysphoria.“ Man #2: “Really? How did you get that?” Man #1: “I got it by watching TV.” Woman #1: “You don’t say! I got it by reading women’s magazines.” Woman #2: “I got it from my college professor, Dr. Goldberg. He said that I was a man trapped in […]

6 September, 2017

Posted by Socrates in America, crime, jewed culture, pop culture, pop culture vs. real culture, Socrates, tv, TV culture, William Pierce at 2:00 pm | Permanent Link

Seen: a 1970s movie highlighting the dangers of young people hitchhiking. Yes, it was sort of a cheesy movie, but it was also socially interesting. Let’s consider that: Back in the 1940s, it was common for young people (especially military soldiers) to hitchhike rides on the highway with strangers. It was not dangerous to hitchhike […]

11 January, 2016

Posted by Socrates in music, pop culture, pop culture vs. real culture, race-mixing, rock music, Socrates, The Outsider/The Other at 5:08 pm | Permanent Link

Was Ziggy Stardust a male or a female? Who cares. He uplifted “The Other” and the pop world is in mourning so don’t interfere with its grief. (Granted, Bowie’s “Space Oddity” was a good song – some freaks have talent). [Article].

28 August, 2015

Posted by Socrates in jewed culture, Jewish greed, pop culture, pop culture vs. real culture, reality TV shows, Socrates, tv, TV culture, tv shows at 1:29 pm | Permanent Link

(This is sort of a rant). There are dozens of reality TV shows on the air, all different but yet all very similar. The Jewish producers who create these silly shows, and the Jewish-controlled networks that host them, are behaving like alcoholics: they don’t know when to quit, they just keep cranking out the shows, […]

1 August, 2015

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 […]

17 June, 2015

Posted by Socrates in 'sex-change', 'transgender', Jane Austen, jewed culture, jewed media, jewed music, pop culture, pop culture vs. real culture, Socrates, trannies at 9:41 am | Permanent Link

Your country can have a real culture, passed down from generation to generation, cherishing and nurturing old traditions and values, or it can have a pop culture run by the media and by popular celebrities. Sadly, America has the latter. We have a culture that is all about the latest trends in music, TV, movies […]

26 October, 2014

Posted by Socrates in "gay", America, America-the-sitcom, AmeriKwa, Big Fag, Cultural Marxism, culture, Hollywood, homosexual themes, homosexuals, jewed culture, jewed media, jewed music, media, nation-building/nation-wrecking, pop culture, pop culture vs. real culture, Socrates at 2:15 pm | Permanent Link

Having a pop culture isn’t the same thing as having a real culture. A real culture lasts for centuries, passed down from generation to generation, unchanged and traditional, whereas a pop culture is a series of immediate nothings manufactured by the media and Hollywood, a parade of trends and fads designed to distract and corrupt. […]