Bad To Worse?



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3 thoughts on “Bad To Worse?

  1. “All In the Family,” “Sanford & Son,” “Good Times,” “Jeffersons,” “One Day At A Time,” & “Maude.” One guy of half-Russian Jew/half-Ukrainian-Jew ancestry by the name of Norman Lear created all these shows. And every last one of them follow the Jew and Cultural Marxist agenda ordered from the top down. All of these shows are propaganda disguised as lighthearted fun. They are sugarcoated “cultural slow-kill” pills with lots of sugar added in the form of humor to disguise the programming. Before they could get middle class white Americans to accept gangsta rap as “lighthearted fun,” they first had to get them to accept Red Foxx (the original raunchy comic off TV) as lighthearted fun.

    Before they could break up families with full-on feminism they had to have shows “One Day At A Time” featuring single mothers, shows few would suspect, like “Family Affair” (not Norman Lear but still Hollywood product, meaning 100% Jew-approved and funded product) in the 1960s with Brian Keith and Sebastian Cabot as thinly veiled homos living together as “rich heterosexual single uncle” and butler aka “gentleman’s gentleman” (just that term alone suggests homo sex, does it not? So does John Wayne saying Rock Hudson was “a real man’s man,” he’s using double-entendre, which reads as a compliment for the general public and sly mockery for those who knew the real deal about Hudson being a sausage smuggler back then) raising two kids who are not their own. I watch that show and the Brady Bunch with my parents when I visit them because the first thing I do, as soon as I possibly can without upsetting anybody, is turn off today’s mainstream TV so that we can at least watch the much better and supposedly “family friendly” mainstream TV programming of 50 years ago! lol

    Just like humor can activate people’s common sense and reason through their pleasure centers rather than their fear and anxiety center, so it can program their subconscious, through their pleasure centers, with false, counterfeited and/or perverted opinions and premises, which can then trigger predictable mass emotional responses at will with a few “catch-phrases” or symbols, the verbal equivalents of Pavlov’s bell making doggie mouths water while the plate remains empty of any substance or rationality. That’s how they get you. There is nothing more complicated than that. These are tried and tested psychological games that work to manipulate and control large masses of people just like dogs. They just have to stick to them and refuse to fix what is not even remotely “broken” yet. Most of this blatant propaganda still works, even in today’s far more naked and openly vulgar forms.

    The 1970s. Those were the days when the programming was still “slow-kill” and there were still some “grand illusions” left. I still feel the electricity that was then present just within even the generally bland Southern-California middle-class suburban life itself, where I grew up. I was not yet a teenager back then but during the early 80s when I was, a lot of that leftover energy was still very present. It was only later that I discovered the “teenage” 1970s I had missed. Not just through the well-known “classic rock” bands but also crank-it-up- all-the-way one-hit wonders like

    And beautiful, breezy, romantic mellow songs with great guitar solos


    • I am sure I am biased, but to me, the 70’s was the greatest decade of my 5.5 decade life.

      The music was great, built from the base of R&R of the 60’s. Technology helped, but raw talent was the mainstay (as opposed to nowadays, where voices are manipulated to stinking electronica style music on a jew-inspired black beat. Seriously, other than a very small number of R&R’s out there, no one really competes musically or talent wise. Even the old Motown stuff far exceeds anything ‘black’ now. No comparison.

      I just heard that Skynyrd announced their final tour. I know I’ve seen them over 20 times in my life, but my 13 yo has not (she loves to listen). Even after 20 times, I am giddy to see them because they are raw talent playing raw R&R. Just as I recently took her to see Chicago (which she loved), there are no real comparisons nowadays that I know of.

      TV was (for better or worse with the jewish-marxist influence) far better than today (as far as family friendly was concerned). Although I watched many of these shows you list (including Maude), none were ‘must watch’ for me. As a matter of fact, even though I was latch-key, I spent far more time OUTSIDE than ever watching TV. Even when captured by rainy weather or sickness I would read far more than watch TV. None of it was particularly good or entertaining to me. Always a pastime that I would much rather read or play my instrument than watch the boob tube.

      The 80’s began cool, but then I was stupid enough to join the Navy, which fucked up the first part of that decade. It wasn’t until 86 that things began to turn around for me and I focused on knowledge to exceed.

      The entire shebang has gone downhill since, ramping faster with each passing year. It wasn’t until the last 6 or so years that I really began to understand the main reason why.

      The entire demise is associated with the power and control that the jew has gained in those decades.


  2. [quote] Maude is an American sitcom that was originally broadcast on the CBS network from September 12, 1972, until April 23, 1978.

    Maude stars Bea Arthur as Maude Findlay, an outspoken, middle-aged, politically liberal woman living in suburban Tuckahoe, Westchester County, New York, with her fourth husband, household appliance store owner Walter Findlay (Bill Macy). Maude embraces the tenets of women’s liberation, always votes for Democratic Party candidates, and advocates for civil rights and racial and gender equality. However, her overbearing and sometimes domineering personality often gets her into trouble when speaking about these issues.

    The show was billed as the first spin-off of All in the Family, on which Beatrice Arthur had made two appearances in the character of Maude, Edith Bunker’s cousin. Like All in the Family, Maude was a sitcom with topical storylines created by producer Norman Lear


    Overbearing and domineering personality? lol Where have we seen that before? Do we see anything but “overbearing personalities nowadays that get into trouble, as they should, since they have no sense of rational boundaries?


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