Story Must Be Told, pt 7: ‘Here Come the 1960s, Baby’

Written by Clark Howell on July 31, 2013

Once again, I need to make a few more points about The Frankfurt School, which will lead directly to the social changes that took place in the “glorious” 1960s.

In an attempt to reinforce their Marxist belief systems even further, the Frankfurters at the OSS (the ones who were helping America defeat Adolf Hitler) attempted to elevate Freud to “divine status” by twisting his theories about personality, and stamping all Conservatives with the moniker, Nazi.

This theory, called The Authoritarian Personality, was pursued in an attempt to conflate German Nazi’s with any German who might believe, for instance, in making the trains run on time – or some dumb thing like that. While this effort may have been useful in some ways during WWII, and was even funded by a number of Jewish groups tricked into supporting them, it was a useless and unscientific study – much like the ones conducted by leading Nazi researchers of the time. Remember the Jews? Oh yeah, they “studied” the Jews REALLY well! — studied about 6 million of them right into their graves.

According to the theory, the elements of the Authoritarian Personality type are:

— Blind allegiance to conventional beliefs about right and wrong
— Respect for submission to acknowledged authority
— Belief in aggression toward those who do not subscribe to conventional thinking, or who are different
— A negative view of people in general – i.e. the belief that people would all lie, cheat or steal if given the opportunity
— A need for strong leadership which displays uncompromising power
— A belief in simple answers and polemics – i.e. The media controls us all or The source of all our problems is the loss of morals these days.
— Resistance to creative, dangerous ideas. A black and white worldview.
— A tendency to project one’s own feelings of inadequacy, rage and fear onto a scapegoated group
— A preoccupation with violence and sex

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Clark Howell is a 50-something, former Liberal who, sometime in the mid 1980's, began to take notice of Ronald Reagan and the positive policies that he and his political allies brought to the table of American life and politics. Since first leaning about Barrack Obama and his ambitions in 2004, he has begun a quest to understand the motivations behind modern "Liberalism" and "Progresivism." Mr. Howell is a professional Marketing Consultant in Central Massachusetts.