posted on Jan, 14 2013 @ 09:43 PM
In the 1960’s a movement was started. A movement that defined a generation. Hippies, those dirty hippies. Oh they were great! They loved
everyone, they stood for equality, they promoted harmony, peace, love, fellowship. Make love, not war. Then… time passed by, they were assimilated
into society, they had children, raised those children and then they had grandchildren. Something happened along the way. They cut their hair, they
gave up the drugs, they stopped listening to music, they joined “society”.
Where are they today? Those who had the wild orgies, those who indulged in … things, those who fought the system? Where are they today? Well,
they’re gone, they no longer exist. They were assimilated by the equivalent of the borg, aka capitalism. They “saw the light”, they were taken
in by today’s fad, they were born again hallelujah!!
They’re not Christians, not in the traditional sense, not even in a factual sense, they are part of the fundamentalist evangelical movement that has
bastardized Christianity as well as humanity. Not all of them mind you, but the ones who jumped on the bandwagon in the 60’s, then jumped on the
disco bandwagon in the 70’s, then on the punk bandwagon in the 80’s, trying to hold on to their youth. In the 90’s they were the dot-com group,
then with the turn of the century they were the people screaming to attack Sadam because somebody with the same color skin he had hijacked planes
according to the news, so he must be guilty too.
Now, instead of wanting “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” for one and all, they concentrate on the right to bear arms, the death
penalty and life beginning at erection. They aren’t the same people they were in the 60’s, no, they’re the polar opposite now. They have become
what they fought against 40-50 years ago. They became their own enemy.
It was brilliant strategy on the behalf of their opposition. They didn’t have to beat them, they just converted them. It happened without even a
whimper. It didn’t take great force, it didn’t take weapons, it didn’t even take money, it just took time.
I'm a minority group. I'm a liberal Christian, a traditionalist in many ways, 100% Methodist in fact. Not non-denominational, not evangelical, but
very liberal just like Jesus Christ was... so you don't have to waste your time attacking me and calling me an athiest