Category Archives: The effects of WWII, the Nazi’s, the Holocaust, the Cold War, and the Vietnam War era protests

Thoughts on some origins of many ridiculous attitudes of the American mentality – the ongoing effects of WWII, Cold War, and the Vietnam War era, fear, and on how the U.S. is living in the past

Here’s a thought I had: Over the years, the American mentality has become increasingly ridiculous to me (some of these attitudes are listed at the end of this article) .  To be frank, its actually embarrassing.  More than once have … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the “hate myth” and the forgotten importance of threat

Here’s a thought I had: THE “HATE MYTH” I have always felt that hatred is used as an explanation for far too many things. Its almost like hatred has become an overly simple “blame-all” of problems between people.  To me, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the “new extermination” – the destruction of identity . . . some continuing effects of “living under the shadow of Hitler”

In a recent conversation I found myself saying something rather interesting (of course, I have no idea if its true or not . . . I think there is some degree of truth though): I first mentioned how we are … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the post cold war generations – some observations . . .

Here are some observations I’ve made: Beginning in the early 1990’s I noticed a change in the kids.  To me, this was rather dramatic.  In fact, it was so dramatic that I kept making this statement over and over again:  “where … Continue reading

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Thoughts on liberalism, with remarks about “70’s liberalism”

Here’s a thought I had: Over the years, I have grown to despise liberalism.  More specifically, I am speaking of the form of liberalism that developed in about 1970, plus or minus, in the U.S.  This period of time caused … Continue reading

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Some thoughts after watching the show “Car wash” – the 70’s from a kids point of view, with remarks about the cold war, American fear, and other stuff

Some time ago I watched the 1976 show called “Car wash”.  I recall seeing it when it came out.  For some reason I’ve always like this show.  As I sat and reflected on it some interesting things came out: A … Continue reading

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Thoughts on ‘democratically justified bias’

Here’s a thought I had: To me, the U.S. is very biased.  This bias, though, is of a particular and unique form which, I don’t think, exists anywhere else (though western Europe has similar qualities).  As far as I’m concerned it … Continue reading

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