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    What Is Your Opinion of the Hippies?

    I could be going out on a limb here but I think they were a well-meaning group and quite liked them as a whole. On a personal level, I got on well with the majority of those I knew. Sure, there were some sinister influences behind the scenes and their legacy may be deemed negative but I remember the 'Hippy' era (that I just caught the tail-end of, I wasn't one myself) as a time of great optimism and, above all, creativity.

    As a Pagan I can identify with them to some extent. Probably less so as a National Socialist, but then isn't there a degree of contradiction in all of us? I just find there was something very Germanic about the whole movement which, at this late hour, I can only vaguely define but - on a superficial level - it was 99% White, which is not a bad place to start

    Any other thoughts on this?

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    Now im not from that era and wont talk about stuff i don't fully understand, but from what i have seen in the US, the hippies may be the part of the reason we have degenerated so bad. the 50s was the the peak of American civilization, and in the 60s, the hippies came. it all went down hill from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godwinson View Post

    I could be going out on a limb here but I think they were a well-meaning group and quite liked them as a whole. Sure but I remember the 'Hippy' era (that I just caught the tail-end of, I wasn't one myself) as a time of great optimism and, above all, creativity.


    Probably less so as a National Socialist, but then isn't there a degree of contradiction in all of us? I just find there was something very Germanic about the whole movement which, at this late hour, I can only vaguely define but - on a superficial level - it was 99% White, which is not a bad place to start

    Any other thoughts on this?
    , there were some sinister influences behind the scenes and their legacy may be deemed negative
    On a personal level, I got on well with the majority of those I knew.
    Just because they were nice to you, does not mean they were good. Good is NOT the same as nice, and while they could have been the most pleasant people you know, their intentions and ideology remained the same.


    Google 'Frankfurt School', 'Herbert Marcuse', 'Theodor Adorno'...all Jewish Marxists who wanted to destroy Western civilization, except instead of fighting with swords, they fight with ideas and words. Their ideas all spawned the genesis of the 'hippie' movement, political correctness, and modern liberalism through the development of the 'New Left', the precursor to Hippie ideology. The hippies just ate it all up, and were nothing more than tools of Cultural Marxists in the destruction of Western culture. Watch all 3 parts of this, and tell me what you think
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghx3d1GiAc0
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkcy7...eature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fG6Tc...eature=related

    As a Pagan I can identify with them to some extent.
    More like a bastardized version of Paganism. True European Paganism (ie;Asatru) emphasizes connections to ones ancestors, as well as a warrior ethos; the hippie's brand of 'Paganism' had none of this. It was pure, love-everyone-regardless type stuff, which as I said, has no connections to authentic Paganism

    I just find there was something very Germanic about the whole movement which, at this late hour, I can only vaguely define but - on a superficial level - it was 99% White, which is not a bad place to start ;
    Like most white liberals, they were just sheep to the slaughter. They may have been 99% white, but they had no regard for their race.
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    I think they did not want to participate in the rat race nor in the Jew wars, then Vietnam.

    they wanted freedom and carelessness, free love and dope. some went to India to pick up a guru and learn some heathen stuff. it wasn't exactly Norse paganism/heathenism but they learnt some parts.

    Some had some social ideas most just liked the lifestyle.


    Easy riders came up and other groups which may not have been too bad.

    at least they tried to free themselves from the Jew manipulation, how far they got is everyones opinion.

    It might well be that the resurrection of heathenism came on the background of the hippiedom because everybody had their own ideas and followed them. Heathenism wasn't that strange for them.
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    I think that the hippie's respect for nature and compassion for animals is very Germanic, also their open-mindedness and their desire to explore...

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    Hippies were a child of a jewish social experiment. So my opinion on them is: kill it with fire!
    As for the modern day hippies, well I love to terrorize them whenever I see them and then look at them run away crying
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    My opinion on the hippies, and the modern subcultures descended from them, is mostly negative. I dislike both the constant drug use and the leftist politics that hippies tend to embrace. They were the product of a materialistic era that didn't know what to do with all its rich middle-class kids.

    Quote Originally Posted by Godwinson View Post
    but I remember the 'Hippy' era (that I just caught the tail-end of, I wasn't one myself) as a time of great optimism and, above all, creativity.
    Indeed, the hippie era was a time of great musical and artistic creativity. On the other hand, the political legacy the hippies left was very negative. As a generation, they were very self-indulgent, and their brand of Marxism smacked of childish selfishness rather than genuine political will.

    As a Pagan I can identify with them to some extent. Probably less so as a National Socialist, but then isn't there a degree of contradiction in all of us?
    National Socialism in general is full of weirdness and contradictions, so I don't think you need to worry. On the other hand, I'm fairly sure that the historical National Socialists would've dealt with the hippies the same way as they dealt with all other Entartete Kunst.

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    Google 'Frankfurt School', 'Herbert Marcuse', 'Theodor Adorno'...all Jewish Marxists who wanted to destroy Western civilization, except instead of fighting with swords, they fight with ideas and words. Their ideas all spawned the genesis of the 'hippie' movement, political correctness, and modern liberalism through the development of the 'New Left', the precursor to Hippie ideology. The hippies just ate it all up, and were nothing more than tools of Cultural Marxists in the destruction of Western culture. Watch all 3 parts of this, and tell me what you think
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghx3d1GiAc0
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkcy7...eature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fG6Tc...eature=related
    Thanks for the links, KOG. However, whilst those YouTube clips presented a very interesting synopsis of the Frankfurter School, none of what was said actually tied in with the Hippies (as I thought it would) and they were not mentioned at any point. I was in fact already aware of this pernicious movement and the Jewish Internationalists who dominate it and yes, I wouldn't be surprised if some Hippies bought into that kind of ideology, given the nature of their own movement.

    That said, I reckon that 90% of all the Hippies were just in it for the good time on an individualistic basis. They enjoyed the music, were less inhibited about sex than their stuffy parents, perhaps wanted to experiment with drugs and so on... but the vast majority were not die-hard Marxists (and many of those who were grew soon out of it!) which has since been borne out by the fact that many of them went on to become members of the Middle Class themselves earning nice fat salaries

    I just think it's far too easy to take a group of people who behave unconventionally and assume they must have a destructive agenda. Condemning them out of hand also implies that what they are trying to change is perfect and does not need modifying in any way. Sorry, but I disagree! Yes, I accept that there will always be political opportunists who use any mass movement to further their own goals but sometimes one can focus exclusively on these outside forces and overlook the essence of the movement itself.

    Like I said before, I was not a Hippy (you'd never get me wearing those beads and sandals ) but those I knew were mainly good/nice people. I have to disagree with you, KOG, when you say ...

    Just because they were nice to you, does not mean they were good. Good is NOT the same as nice, and while they could have been the most pleasant people you know, their intentions and ideology remained the same.
    ... because I never met any who were trying to subvert me in any way, and if you start to avoid people because of some irrational fear of their 'intentions' you might as well remain indoors! It's all too easy to meet rude and obnoxious people in this world without starting to suspect the motives of those who act decently, but I do agree that caution is advisable when dealing with some of the more fanatical elements (and this applies to ALL groups!) Maybe I was just lucky with those I happened to meet, I don't know, but what else can I base my judgement on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godwinson View Post
    ... because I never met any who were trying to subvert me in any way,

    But of course not. They were too busy doing nothing, wasting themselves with drugs why would they bother working to suck others in.
    Buy doing what they did (nothing) they promoted the lifestyle that is on a par with that of the African tribes sucking into it`s primitiveness everyone around gullible enough.
    Now, I`m sorry but I don`t see anything Germanic about living life the African way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godwinson View Post
    I could be going out on a limb here but I think they were a well-meaning group and quite liked them as a whole. On a personal level, I got on well with the majority of those I knew. Sure, there were some sinister influences behind the scenes and their legacy may be deemed negative but I remember the 'Hippy' era (that I just caught the tail-end of, I wasn't one myself) as a time of great optimism and, above all, creativity.

    As a Pagan I can identify with them to some extent. Probably less so as a National Socialist, but then isn't there a degree of contradiction in all of us? I just find there was something very Germanic about the whole movement which, at this late hour, I can only vaguely define but - on a superficial level - it was 99% White, which is not a bad place to start

    Any other thoughts on this?
    Interesting perspective. You mean something something "wild" and "uninhbited", as the Germanic races were said to be before Christianization and part-Romanization.

    These were one of initiators in the mid 1960s. of the Hippie movement and revolt. It became quickly the flag-song of the anti-War movement back then.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=

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