Life Growing Up In The 70’s

In a comment response to the Burning Platform question, “What Was Life Like In The Decade Of Your Youth“, I submitted the following:

Graduated in 1979 (so my decade was the 70’s), when a boy could still carry a pocket knife in his pocket, go out to the smoking area to sneak a cigarette, and could enjoy school without worry of some gang-banging group of “polar bear” hunters raising havoc and expecting no recompense for it. A time when stabbing or shooting your opponent in a fight was a sign of weakness, not strength.

It was the time of the very best rock and roll music the world has witnessed, when there was no voice modifiers and guitar players were awesome. Even pop music was awesome compared to the shit today. For that matter, soul music was better than the garbage we are forced to listen to today (why do you think classic rock and oldies are still big time?). A time before rap music and calls of death from blacks towards cops and white people in general. A time before Jews’ influence in the industry tainted it to the point that it is unbearable now. As with music, TV was hokey, but enjoyable without the skanks and sickening gay agenda permeating every show and when commercials were representative of reality in racial construct (today every commercial seems to show more minorities than majority and so much race mixing that one might be brainwashed into thinking it is normal).

When cars had muscles but could still be worked on by normal folks without a computer. When they were somewhat affordable. when we didn’t give a rat’s ass about gas prices, until we were manipulated by embargoes and the petro dollar scheme. It was the time of riding the loop in town… no cellphones, so you had to hook up in person. A time when people lived outdoors, not frightened by fake bogeymen or relentless black violence and knock-out games.

A time when women were voluptuous, relatively uninhibited, but didn’t HAVE to be a skank. A time of short shorts, miniskirts and halter tops. Sexiness was in, but whoring was a black thing. Women were more in line with standard relationships and lesbianism was freakish. When a gay person was shunned for being weird and the thought of a guy sucking a dick outraged you, religious or not (not to mention sticking one up a guy’s hairy ass). Where men respected women when they were women and not the social justice abortion worshiping hags many are now. When burning a bra was funny as opposed to the SJW’s assaults directly on men today. Men were (by and large) masculine, not the pussies we endure today.

A time before STD’s would rot off your weenie or put you in a grave because antibiotics still worked. A time before AIDS was a dreamed up affliction to wipe out as many people as possible. A time before vaccines were forced on people and most laughed off chicken pox and other DREADED childhood diseases that scare the shit out of people today.

A time when the arts were still supported in high school and we weren’t forced to worship the athlete. A time when worshiping the military made you look like a fool, or shaving your head was only done by the crazy jocks as an initiation ritual. Body building was not yet influenced by steroid heads, so you knew those that were buff worked for it and didn’t necessarily flip out over every little circumstance. When it was awesome to see a six pack because you knew that person earned it.

It was a time when professional sports were enjoyable, before the extravagantly huge salaries made it impossible to actually go see a game in person. A time when boxing was real and not so much a show. A time when flying a rebel flag at an Ole Miss game was done by everyone, including the black folk that attended. A time of real rivalries and decades long inspiring dedication to your team.

Back then, we didn’t freak out over racial constructs. we knew who we were and celebrated it (especially down here in the south). We (whites) didn’t give a damn about black power or La Raza or anyone celebrating their race, as long as you didn’t fuck with us. We didn’t kowtow to political correctness or insist that we support white genocidal programs.

It was a time that cops protected and served, not beat the shit out of anybody just because they can. Before the militarization of the cops and society, in general, where every holiday now praises the fake war effort and the numbskulls that join the police forces and military over the lies perpetuated ad nauseum. It was a time before you had to worry about being shot over a bag of plant material and you even bragged about how much weed you smoked the night before (this is finally coming back). Even when it was illegal, it was no big deal, except to the Drug Warriors. Now they make $BILLIONS from its illegality and they are slow to relinquish that win fall no matter how much proof of its medical efficacy (that all us stoners knew way back then).

Mostly, we were not subservient to Jewish manipulation and control over every aspect of our lives: education, media, government, social aspects. We weren’t afraid to stand up and fight for our rights, instead of letting them pay off the government cronies for their directives.

h/t The Burning Platform (http://www.theburningplatform.com/2015/08/07/what-was-life-like-in-the-decade-of-your-youth/)

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4 thoughts on “Life Growing Up In The 70’s

  1. Bravo, bravo, bravo! You are exactly right; the 60s were when I came into heat. Hippies ruled and free love was rampant, however, I didn’t know it then but the jews already had a hold on us with their “rebellious” youth blueprint and the jew Communist plot of Feminism was already chipping away at the traditional family unit.

    And this was the time when comedians first began swearing on stage: Lenny Bruce (Leonard Alfred Schneider) a Jew, of course, was the pioneer who started, in the early 60s, the trend of replacing genuine humor with profanity, sexual innuendos and blatant foulness. Just like the jews after WWI took over Berlin with every perversion they could think of. That’s why Hitler got rid of them in 1933, closing down all the burlesque shows and private perverted salons. That’s when they boycotted Germany and lay the groundwork for WWII. But I digress.

    Yes, the 60s & 70s were great but it was our innocence of the jews working insidiously in the background that made it so.

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  2. Wish my generation and i knew the ’70’s. The world was happy, people had more freedom, and we were fiercer, stronger. Now look at us. Reduced to mere keyboard warriors, meek, flabby and weak. Our freedoms – gone, destroyed, and so many people just don’t care. And our rights – gone out the window.

    People today need to learn from their ancestors. Fiercely loyal to their country, Jew-wise, and unafraid to take arms and fight for their rights. This generation is a mockery of our ancestors. Somewhere, I think they’re laughing at us and our gullibility.

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  3. I was a lil’ shaver in the 70s but do remember the huge four bedroom house we lived in that mom and dad paid for with middle class jobs. The family living standard has declined every decade since then.
    I used to sneak around and watch my older brothers smoke doobies behind the air conditioner.
    They gave me a “Chinese Haircut” for liking the Bee Gees and once we wrestled in the front room and broke a Tiffany lamp that is probably worth over ten grand today. I remember sneaking back to the family room after lights out to watch Benny Hill and the Rat Patrol when there were only three channels and UHF. The Rockford Files, Starsky and Hutch, CHIPS, it was a golden age of teevee. My uncle says it was the decade that the powers that be noticed people living a decent life off of middle class jobs and that had to be stopped. I remember the disaster that was Jimmeh Carta and the wiped out economy when Reagan came in. We now have the third term of Jimmeh and where the Kwanstain United States of Zimbabwe is going it won’t be coming back from.
    P.S. Me and three other people once smoked an ounce of pot in one night but it was everywhere back then. Now everyone has quit or moved up to some opiates or their derivatives and the penalties if you get caught growing or possessing a decent amount are too severe to even mess with it anymore.

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