Tony Cartalucci - Just a Lousy Journalist? His writing focuses on the International dimension; the foreign interference in Thailand. While there is no doubt that no nation is an island and foreign groups with their own agendas interfere in all nations for their own personal ends, Tony has been very selective in which foreign groups he writes on, what their intentions are and who they work with in Thailand. I write now to expose some of the glaring omissions he has purposefully made and encourage you to ask; What groups does this foreigner in Thailand belong to and what is his agenda?
These kids were known as the hippies. There were many stereotypes concerning hippies; they were thought of as being pot smoking, freeloading vagabonds, who were trying to save the world.
The hippie counterculture was more than just a product of drugs and music, but a result of the change that was sweeping the entire western world. These changes were brought about by various events in both the fifties and the sixties, such as: Rock was rough, raw, insistent, especially by comparison with the music it replaced; it whooped and groaned, shook, rattled, and rolled.
Rock was clamor, the noise of youth submerged by order and prosperity, now frantically clawing their way out. The winds of change began to sweep across America in the late fifties.
The political unrest came with fear of thermo-nuclear war and the shadow that had been cast by Hiroshima, and Nagasaki. With black organizations becoming more militant, Eisenhower needed to acknowledge the growing movement, and govern accordingly.
The bonds that were keeping people loyal to their leaders were breaking down. In there was a major split between Russia and China. The Chinese decided that the Russians were betraying Communism and set off on what they hoped would be the world revolution against capitalism.
During the fifties, the economic situation was in a constant state of growth. The United States were prospering and the government was clinging to the "golden years.
The mega corporations dominated the seats of economic and political power. They employed millions of workers, a large percentage of whom populated the suburbs that were growing across the country.
The changing American economy also experienced dramatic shifts in the composition of the work force. Fewer workers went into traditional fields such as manufacturing, agriculture, and mining, and more went into clerical, managerial, professional, and service fields.
The influx of women into the work world that had been accelerated by the Second World War continued in the postwar period. The political groups, and the negative feelings that they harbored towards the present administration, only kindled the flames of revolution.
The previous generation was clinging to the "good times" of the fifties, and the youth were looking for a niche to call their own.
With the drastic change in child population after the Second World War, divorce became less taboo. As a result, single mothers were forced into the labor market, and with these jobs came independence.
They decided to get equality by whatever means necessary. Their members had been involved in shoot-outs with the police, which were, by the radical community, dress rehearsals for the coming Armageddon. With television, people became more informed, and developed individual opinions, instead of the bias opinions that were "spoon fed" to them by newspapers, radio etc.
The youth began to break free of the shackles that were the fifties. They considered their parents conformistsand they wanted a way to break free of the molds cast for them. Ironically, many of those who were seen to be in favor of peace - including President John Kennedy, his brother Bobby, the black civil rights leader Martin Luther King, and many unarmed civil rights workers - were themselves murdered.
The horrors of the war in Vietnam dramatized what many saw as drift towards destruction, and their reaction was to seek a genuinely peaceful way of life. Many of these were hippies - people who dropped out of conventional society to take up a lifestyle based on peace, loving relationships and often mystical religions.
Many more who were not fully hippies were influenced by their ideas and fashions, especially using the soft drug cannabis and the hallucinogenic drug LSD. Kennedy received credit for recognizing that international and domestic crises required an active response, even if that response was "mediating, rationalizing, and managerial," a policy of "aggressive tokenism.
Meanwhile Black Americans took President Kennedy at his word and pressed for civil rights against racial discrimination.
On 20 May," federal marshals government policemen had to be sent to Montgomery, Alabama, after a peaceful demonstration by black people had been attacked by a mob of whites. The demonstrators continued despite this when black Freedom Riders, calling for civil rights for blacks, marched through Alabama and Mississippi to New Orleans.
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"Here be dragons" and all that. But if you have starships, you almost have to have aliens (Isaac Asimov's Foundation trilogy being the most notable exception).The "science" is called Astrobiology, the famous "science in search of a subject".
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