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How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

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How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by Wolfeye » November 19th, 2018, 7:03 am

Does anyone know how things in America got from the 70s to now? I hear all sorts of things about people being tougher, having more integrity, being more easily social, and just had a better time. I don't get what the transition would work out to be? First they're one way, then other shit that is antithetical to that is presented as a different style to be, then they're this other way? And continue to do things the same way, even after negative results that they constantly reflect on & complain about?

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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by fschmidt » November 19th, 2018, 11:56 pm

I am old enough to know. The promiscuity of the 60s caused feminism in the 80s. Women became bitches and preferred stupid evil men. So gradually men become more stupid and evil to attract women. Women went bad in the 1980s and men went bad in the 2000s. Today the American people are the scum of the earth.

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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by jamesbond » November 20th, 2018, 3:27 am

I hear people who grew up in the 70's say that the women back then were much more friendly, approachable and feminine. Back then almost no women had tattoos or body piercings and very few people were overweight.

Compare that to today were at least the population in the USA is overweight, quite a few women have tattoos and body piercings and women today for the most part are not approachable or feminine.
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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by Taco » November 20th, 2018, 5:02 am

All the women went to work in the 70s thats when the divorce and marriage counselling industries took off. This was fuelled by easy credit because we went off gold standard in 1971.
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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by Cornfed » November 20th, 2018, 6:02 am

There's also the economic factor that the degeneracy that was allowed to come about as a result of being an extremely rich society was still present whereas the state of actually being extremely rich was not.

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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by TD-40 » November 20th, 2018, 6:48 am

Women have been taught into thinking they don't need a man.

Obesity rates have skyrocketed making 2 out of 3 women unattractive.

Women went to college and are avoiding having families.

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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by Winston » November 20th, 2018, 7:04 am

Yeah as i remember the US became more cold and cliquish and mean after 1982. The vibe became different. A lot less down to earth. Greed became good. See the 1987 movie Wall Street, starring Michael Douglas. Thats the mentality that overtook America, that greed is good.

Then in 1994 flirtation became a sin in america. You werent allowed to desire women or pursue them anymore. You were expected to pretend to not have desires and obey women as your superiors and to never flirt with them. Thats when America mutated and jumped the gun. Not allowing flirtation was anti nature and anti male and anti heterosexuality. Thus it was a mutation.

So those were the main changes in the early 80s and early 90s. This should be a hot topic in the alternative media. But no one has the guts to talk about it except us. We are the bravest people online i guess. Everyone else, including alternative media, wants to maintain this illusion that america is still open and friendly and social and you are a loser if you question that.
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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by Moretorque » November 20th, 2018, 3:54 pm

The Kennedy assasination explains alot, that was a major coup! This has all been made possible by the petro $ arrangement as well as being the world reserve currency.

We are waiting for all the dopes to wake up and realize what a con socialism communism is with the hidden creditor.

There is no excuse not realise how the world really works with the net going for 25 years, this is what they figured long ago and another interesting point they made in the process is how stupid most women really are. NOT ALL BUT MOST!
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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by aspiabc » November 20th, 2018, 4:46 pm

fschmidt wrote:
November 19th, 2018, 11:56 pm
I am old enough to know. The promiscuity of the 60s caused feminism in the 80s. Women became bitches and preferred stupid evil men. So gradually men become more stupid and evil to attract women. Women went bad in the 1980s and men went bad in the 2000s. Today the American people are the scum of the earth.
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November 20th, 2018, 5:02 am
All the women went to work in the 70s thats when the divorce and marriage counselling industries took off. This was fuelled by easy credit because we went off gold standard in 1971.
I think this pretty much sums it up. The Fed and fiat banking cartel got its way after dropping the gold standard. Then other tumbling cultural factors followed. Women were increasingly forced to start careers while inflation and wage deflation started to destroy the middle class family where before having the men only working could sustain it. There might have been a last gasp revival of the womens' "pure" 70's look in the mid to late 90's then it went to tattooed or gothy culture after the turn of the 00's for good, and now inundated with all this feminist & gay 'resurgence' and transsexual nonsense.

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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by Moretorque » November 20th, 2018, 8:31 pm

aspiabc wrote:
November 20th, 2018, 4:46 pm
fschmidt wrote:
November 19th, 2018, 11:56 pm
I am old enough to know. The promiscuity of the 60s caused feminism in the 80s. Women became bitches and preferred stupid evil men. So gradually men become more stupid and evil to attract women. Women went bad in the 1980s and men went bad in the 2000s. Today the American people are the scum of the earth.
Taco wrote:
November 20th, 2018, 5:02 am
All the women went to work in the 70s thats when the divorce and marriage counselling industries took off. This was fuelled by easy credit because we went off gold standard in 1971.
I think this pretty much sums it up. The Fed and fiat banking cartel got its way after dropping the gold standard. Then other tumbling cultural factors followed. Women were increasingly forced to start careers while inflation and wage deflation started to destroy the middle class family where before having the men only working could sustain it. There might have been a last gasp revival of the womens' "pure" 70's look in the mid to late 90's then it went to tattooed or gothy culture after the turn of the 00's for good, and now inundated with all this feminist & gay 'resurgence' and transsexual nonsense.
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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by Mercury » November 21st, 2018, 12:11 am

"Stranger Danger" played a huge part in the disconnection of American culture. Adults began teaching children to flee from every stranger screaming for help. Children in the 80s and 90s were being taught that the entire outdoors, every single square foot of it, is the hood, like even the quietest streets in the world have upwards of 75 to 150 drive-by shootings a day. And today those same kids, as adults, not only are disconnected and hateful, but they have withdrawn almost permanently indoors; they don't leave their residence except for work, school, and shopping only. To them, even rural country towns are a nonstop drive-by shooting scene, loaded with gangs, serial killers, and terrorists. As in to them, you step outside and you'll get immediately blasted by AK-47 fire.

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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by growup » November 21st, 2018, 3:37 am

Mercury wrote:
November 21st, 2018, 12:11 am
"Stranger Danger" played a huge part in the disconnection of American culture. Adults began teaching children to flee from every stranger screaming for help. Children in the 80s and 90s were being taught that the entire outdoors, every single square foot of it, is the hood, like even the quietest streets in the world have upwards of 75 to 150 drive-by shootings a day. And today those same kids, as adults, not only are disconnected and hateful, but they have withdrawn almost permanently indoors; they don't leave their residence except for work, school, and shopping only. To them, even rural country towns are a nonstop drive-by shooting scene, loaded with gangs, serial killers, and terrorists. As in to them, you step outside and you'll get immediately blasted by AK-47 fire.
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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by GhostToast » November 21st, 2018, 3:49 am

mass immigration has caused wages to remain stagnent since the 1970s. The average wage in the 70s was 30,000 US dollars a year. In 2018, it's 31,000 dollars a year.

Meanwhile, the same mass immigration caused housing prices to skyrocket.

The housing market is going to be the biggest bubble to ever pop. Homes are gonna lose 90% of their value before they are affordable again for the average working class person.

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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by chanta76 » November 21st, 2018, 6:04 am

What happened to USA? Is whats happening in asia and other parts of the world. I notice on my last trip to south korea. Korean women are starting to get fatter and have more of an attitude. And yes you have the meto movement along with incel movement in south korea. I imagine this is also happening in other places.

What went wrong with USA is women enterr the work force and men and women being much more freerer about sex.

Men at the time could of stop feminism but didnt. Instead they white knighted under the pretext of thinking they could get laid. I hate those guys the most.

And yes as someone said women wanted bad boys thinking those are masculine traits when in reality they were seeking a real man . Not the white knights or bad boy wannabes.
So yeap....American men had a BIG role in messing it up. So its not all womens fault.

These same f***ed up american guys are the same guys i see expating through out the world and f***ing up the rest too. So yeap western men suck ass.

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Re: How did the way things are in the US go from the 70s to now?

Post by Moretorque » November 21st, 2018, 6:51 pm

GhostToast wrote:
November 21st, 2018, 3:49 am
mass immigration has caused wages to remain stagnent since the 1970s. The average wage in the 70s was 30,000 US dollars a year. In 2018, it's 31,000 dollars a year.

Meanwhile, the same mass immigration caused housing prices to skyrocket.

The housing market is going to be the biggest bubble to ever pop. Homes are gonna lose 90% of their value before they are affordable again for the average working class person.
Go research the 1965 immigration act, they channged alot after they killed Kennedy. At the same time they started flooding the country with idiots they started off shoring our ablity to take car of ourselves.
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