posted on Jan, 14 2013 @ 09:11 AM
reply to post by neformore
How is this weird? 1969 to 1980; Mac and Stones were the biggest bands from Britian-America,
and had the largest amount of leverage on public opinion.
And at the "Greatest Party of 1969" which was actually Woodstock, and not Altamont; the Hells
Angels became a makeshift security force for the singer Mick Jagger and his
lawyer Mel Belai who of course managed large amounts of money, for very wealthy clients
in hot litigation; corporations such as large financial institutions in California at the time.
New York Times Archives are quite possibly the only way to verify any criticism against the rouge
individuals who deemed it necessary to start violence. And their opposition on drugs,
but their large support for "getting along"
They took everything from 1969 except the best parts, transcended them to the 21st century, and call
it 'New Age' Spiritualism.
Malarky. Complete Malarky.
edit on 14-1-2013 by streetfightingman because: (no reason given)