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Thursday, June 02, 2011

The Hippie Movement and the Military Industrial Complex

First part of a 5 part interview, all worth a listen:

Basically, the idea that much of the 60's music culture was set-up by intel agencies, in part to control the anti-war movement. Doesn't get into really ultimate truths, but is certainly a unique angle on how intel agencies control so much on society.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Destruction of what was American (and western European) culture was openly, purposely (and proudly), by means of the "sexual revolution", "gender liberation", "alternative life styles" (drug culture, rock and roll "culture", etc.), accomplished by this group of "fine" folks (c.i.a. us m.i.c. played a part, but these people below are the creators of the plans):

short version - watch this

not-so-short version with some details:

What happened to the USA and much of the world was partly hatched by Antonio Gramsci (italian communist), and (hungarian communist) Gyorgy Lukacsörgy_Lukács

These fine communists influenced a group of later European communists who then developed what was is known as "cultural marxism" (see below), who "escaped" from Germany in 1930s and into the USA and England and brought their "communist" goals and plans with them. They all (somehow) received fine positions in various US, English universities and even careers with government while improving their techniques of "cultural marxism", which, by 1960s was full blown and succeeded beyond their wildest dreams, ambitions (in destroying what was American, British "culture" until 1960s). Look around you today ...

The purpose of "cultural marxism" was to do to culture what economic marxism did to economies of the world - i.e. destroy them so that the "marxists" would gain control over money and information (means of brainwashing) (they succeeded and are now called international bankers, financiers, "capitalists"))

by, among others:

Max Horkheimer,

"Through critical theory, Horkheimer "attempted to revitalize radical social, and cultural criticism"

Theodor Adorno,

among other specialties, Adrno considered himself a "...musicologist... a member of the Frankfurt School of social theory along with Max Horkheimer, Walter Benjamin, Herbert Marcuse, Jürgen Habermas, ...".

"He was also the Music Director of the Radio Project from 1937 to 1941"

"Adorno's work focuses on art, literature and music..." His work influenced what became "popular" music of 1960s to present time

Herbert Marcuse,

"Many radical scholars and activists were influenced by Marcuse, such as Angela Davis,[2] Abbie Hoffman, ..."

Note: all above citations are of questionable sources, but do openly admit who and what these people are and what they accomplished

4:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Theodor Adorno?
""Adorno's work focuses on art, literature and music..." His work influenced what became "popular" music of 1960s to present time"

Very amusing! I can not think of a more ineffectual cultural leader than Adorno. No real self respecting hippie was ever even slightly influenced by this clown.

11:04 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

Yeah, I don't buy for a minute that the hippie movement was started in a secret plot by communists. That is old, right-wing Bircher thinking. The ultimate point of this MacGowan interview is that it was US intelligence and the MIC that started the counter-culture movement as part of a plot to make the anti-war movement look bad. I would agree with that, and I think it is wrong to think communists were controlling our Intelligence/MIC.

9:13 AM  

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