By Bill Jenkins
The Beatles were just a rock and roll band, according to some. But the fact of the matter is, everything you see today from the enormous problems that the white race is having as a whole, the cultural problems, the nuclear family disintegration, all of these things you see actually stemmed from the Beatles. I’m not blaming the Beatles; I’m saying the Beatles began a cultural watershed moment that completely shifted the culture the other way, and perhaps, the wrong way. Essentially, all of the ideas that had come forward since the French Revolution and the Russian Revolution were, in a sense, embodied in the Beatles. They were the perfect manifestation of the Frankfurt school’s ideas, the Illuminati, and so on, but I don’t believe the guys ever knew it.
I don’t think that they ever set out to be that way. I think it was just the product of the post-war generation. As such, they were already growing up in a greatly corrupted culture; they were growing up being indoctrinated by it in England. Remember, England is a lot further down the road of decline than the United States; England was a lot more secular than the US in the 1950s.
So John Lennon and the bunch were being indoctrinated with a lot of these things that American children were not being indoctrinated with. And the results were evident. In fact, I know somebody who was a preacher who said he went to London in the 60s and was very shocked by the children’s behavior; he said they weren’t respectful of adults at all. And this was a big part of the Beatle’s appeal to kids.
The 1919 Race Riots
We have to go back and understand the post-war era if we are to understand the Beatles. The post-war era in the United States truly began on January 1st, 1948, roughly about the same time it began in England. January 1948 was the first year in England for the Windrush immigrants. The first major push for black immigration into the British Isles came in 1948, although blacks had been coming to England in some number for awhile before that. In fact, many of them had come to London and other cities in World War 1, and there was a big problem in WWI. There were race riots all over England in the summer of 1919. We always think about the Red Summer in America, but we don’t know that there were race riots all over England in 1919; that little bit of history has been covered up.
To really get the picture of what was going on here we have to go to the post-war era, and the post-war era is very instructive.
Automotives and the Post-War Era
On January 1st, the first election since 1928 in which Franklin Delano Roosevelt was not running for president officially began. That year pitted President Harry Truman and eventually his up. His opponent would be Thomas Dewey, governor of New York Republican. And as we know, Harry Truman would defeat Thomas Dewey in a very, very close election. 1948 is very special because that was the year the first post-war automobiles, the famous automobiles that we identify with, the fifties were introduced, the first overhead valve motors for Cadillac, V8 motors for Cadillac and Oldsmobile.
The 1949 Ford is introduced in June of 1948. It was the earliest post-war car available that year, and it was very famous for its styling in the fifties. Quite a few different customizers designed it. They were popular as race cars. So 1948 is very special; it’s also the year of the Cold War. Officially beginning with the Berlin airlift going on in Germany where the Soviet Union is pushing west, trying to take more of Europe.
1948 was the year the revolution began in Czechoslovakia which installed a communist government. Winston Churchill had said, “the Iron Curtain is descending over Europe” earlier, but 1948 was the first time the Americans really woke up and realized what was going on. It was the height of the Red Scare, which would catapult Richard Nixon, a young congressman from California, into becoming a very famous figure in the state; the year 1948 was also famous for television; in that year, more and more television stations were coming on throughout the United States. It was also the year the Texaco Star Theater, which is the Milton Berle Show, came on the air on June 8th, 1948. It was also the first year of the Olympics since the famous Berlin Olympics of 1936 since the 1944 Olympics had been canceled because of WWII.
The End of the Post-War Era
This post-war era, which began on January 1st, 1948, would officially end on December 31st, 1962, although a few things happened before that point that would mark the era’s change. Of course, in the fall of 62, the new television shows which would mark the sixties, such as The Beverly Hillbillies and The Johnny Carson Show, debuted in the fall of 62, also the first new Corvette since 1953, with a debut at the very end of 1962.
But really, if you want to understand 1962, you have to understand the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Now, what happened in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In 1960, when JFK was elected president, he had to leave the United States Senate. Now at the time, he wanted his brother Teddy to become a United States senator. But the problem was Teddy was too young. He would not be eligible to become a United States senator until his birthday February 22nd of 1962.
So Kennedy had a family friend named Ben Smith, who became basically a lame-duck senator and basically a rubber stamp named to the US Senate. And he basically served from 1961 until the very end of 1962. When he steps aside in a special election in November of 62, Ted Kennedy is finally elected to the United States Senate, and he is only thirty years old at the time. And so when 1963 begins, everything is different.
You have three Kennedys in charge of the government. All of the famous shows that we think of and think of the sixties, except for a few, were already on the television, and Johnny Carson was on The Tonight Show every night and would be until 1992.
It’s fascinating when you look at this period of January, 63, everything really gets going that year now. Over in Britain, we did not know this at the time, there was a young group of guys named the Beatles, and in March of 1963, they released their first album, Please Please Me.
This made no news in the United States, really, but this album took England by Storm and the English towns. Everywhere The Beatles went, there were riots, girl riots, especially just young girls from the age of 12 to 20, were literally urinating themselves, throwing and breaking things. It was just anarchy, and nobody could figure out in England why this group of four boys would start such anarchy. They weren’t anarchists themselves, but it was just a thing that they created an atmosphere of absolute anarchy everywhere they went.
A little background to understand what was going on in England. The post-war era in England was much more traumatic than the post-war era in the United States. England had been in the Second World War longer than we had. The United States really didn’t get into the Second World War until 1942. In fact, we didn’t send combat troops to Europe. We sent them first to North Africa until very late in 1942. We have our battle in the Pacific going in 1942, but we didn’t really appear in Europe until later.
You have to understand that Britain had already been in the war for over three years by the time we got there. So the British soldiers, sailors, and Marines were gone for their families a lot longer than ours were. A lot of babies born in that period from 1939 until 1946, when most British troops began being mustered out and sent home, were raised completely without fathers.
So if a child was born on, say, January 1st of 1939, he had a father in his life basically roughly until probably September, October 39, making them 10 months old, not a lot a father can do in the first year of a baby’s life. He has a father in his life, and then suddenly, in 1946, he’s roughly six years old, and suddenly daddy shows up again, and dad has to restore order in the house, and without the male authority figure in the house, things change for children. And we know this.
In the United States, there was a huge outbreak of juvenile delinquency, and that was basically attributed to the Second World War, taking men out of home for some time, and when the men came home, they would have to try and restore order. As a result, these men’s heavy discipline was sometimes unleashed on their children because they had to restore order.
It was a situation that created a lot of distrust and a lot of hatred from children towards their parents because o the war took them away for so long that he had to come home, and then dad had to reset the house. But in some cases, he never came home. In some cases, he was killed in the war, and in some cases, he came back and basically abandoned these children. So this happened quite a bit more in England than it did in America, and many men just abandoned their children in England. There were a lot of divorces as well, and so on.
In the United States, at that time, there were a lot more prohibitions and condemnations of divorce than there were then there was Britain. One of the reasons for that was Great Britain had been trending towards atheism and secularism for over 100 years by WWII. Atheism and secularism broke out in Britain about the same time it broke out in France during the revolution. Still, it was isolated to the upper class and the extremely educated class. But it’s slowly crept through British culture.
And by the time you get to the 1890s and 1900s, you have famous men like HG Wells, and all of that, who is basically an Ethiopian atheist. And you have atheistic ideas really influencing British culture. At the same time, you had some of that in the United States, you had the Scopes Monkey Trial, but because in the US religion was stronger overall, it was much more difficult to create real meaningful social change in the United States, in the fashion that they created it suddenly in Great Britain. In fact, Great Britain was not unusual in Europe; you saw the same thing happening in Sweden, the same thing happening again.
In Germany, the same thing happening all over Europe. In fact, France was the forerunner of that France had basically begun going atheist in the 1700s. And religion had never recovered from the French Revolution.
Impacts of War
So really, you see this huge push towards secularism beginning in the 40s, combined with the fact that WWII destroyed many families. Combined with the pure decimation of Great Britain, he created a scenario whereby the kids growing up in that era were growing up in a place where everybody knew the country’s best days were gone. The famous singer Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, talked about growing up in Birmingham in the 1950s. And seeing everything was basically still bombed out and destroyed.
Because of the heavy German bombings, Great Britain had gone through so much of its infrastructure. So in 1948, the British government had decided to begin bringing in guest workers from the colonies like Jamaica and the Bahamas to England to augment the labor force, in other words, to augment the labor force for all the white men that had been killed in WWI and WWII and all the men who were maimed and could no longer work a lot of heavy jobs because you needed to bring these blacks in to do menial labor. So you could take these white men doing menial labor and move them into heavy jobs like construction because they had to rebuild the British cities.
In 1948, Britain was in a huge state of rebuilding, but it’s also in a huge state of cultural tumult. At this time, groups like the Tavistock Institute, which was basically the culmination of the Fabian socialism, really begin to gain control in the United Kingdom. Alister Crowley dies about this same time in the late 40s.
Crowley’s influence on the intellectual class in England was huge. It’s like the influence of Jesus Christ on the world. I mean, I hate to put Alistair Crowley and Jesus Christ in the same sentence; it’s pretty disgusting to do. But Crowley was basically the Jesus figure to these very evil secularists. Crowley offered them an alternative religion and an alternative philosophy to everything in the future. And so the influence of Crowley on the post-war era in England cannot be denied.
Rises In Fatherless Homes
You have all these things going forward, and at the same time, you have all these children, such as the young John Lennon, who was raised without a father. He was raised by his aunt be called aunt Mimi. His mother was in and out of trouble his entire life. She was a chaotic woman who basically sledded around with every other man she met, and vinyl, when young john begins reestablishing a relationship with his mother, his mother begins introducing him to music. Evidently, she introduced him to rock and roll music; she’d already discovered it. Because at the end of WWII, there came to be many American soldiers and sailors and marines coming in and out of the United Kingdom, bringing records with them. And there became a huge market for American merchant sailors and American service members to bring big boxes of rhythm and blues and country music from America to England to sell.
Country Music Rises
In Britain, all of this American country music like Hank Williams and Ernest Tubb was distributed. All of this rhythm and blues like muddy waters and Howlin wolf really began to be distributed, and a young boy from Memphis named Elvis Presley, about 1954 55 John Lennon first hears him, and he’s just blown away.
His mother, ironically, was a big fan of Elvis as she thought Elvis was sexy. And so Lennon was very influenced by what was going on in America. He was also heavily indoctrinated, though I doubt he knew it by the changes in London society. Lennon later became one of the most outspoken atheists you’d ever heard of. He was also very influential in the hatred of the adult establishment.
So, while Lennon was being indoctrinated with this stuff, he’s also being raised in a destroyed family scenario with his father in Australia.
Evidently, years later, his father would come back, but Lenin and his father never really hit it off when they met, from what I understand. So you already have a scenario here where you have a child that literally hates their family, though, in the years later, he would grow to love his aunt Mimi quite a bit, and they said John Lennon would call her pretty much every week until his death. And so he grew to love his aunt after he wisened up enough to see what she really had done for him.
But you see, he was growing up in this tumultuous family, which was different from the other three Beatles. From what I gathered, the other three Beatles had fairly normal lives, but John’s life was very chaotic.
And when these young boys began to meet each other and form a rock and roll band in the very late 50s, early 60s, and they eventually decided to go to Hamburg, Germany, a hotbed for wild behavior, because it was a seaport and a lot of American sailors were coming through Hamburg on their way back and forth out of Germany. So there were a lot of nightclubs there, and the Beatles began honing their rock and roll chops while they were in Hamburg.
Brian Epstein and The Formation
Eventually, they come back to England, and they meet up with a Jewish man named Brian Epstein, who helps them form everything that the Beatles became today. And so in March of 63, they released “Please, Please Me,” and suddenly, anarchy breaks out all over England. Suddenly there’s a complete explosion of young men hearing this music and wanting to pick up guitars and become their own band. In fact, one of the most famous groups that came about also was the Rolling Stones. But at this point, the Rolling Stones didn’t really understand how to write songs. In fact, the Beatles wrote one of the early Rolling Stone songs that they put out on their album eventually, but the stones began to improve slowly.
This a complete explosion in British society, which came about in 1963. Before that, a movie starring the actress Jillian Hill, famous for being the blonde girl in A Clockwork Orange, was completely rebellious and did whatever she wanted. But 63 is basically when all of this comes to ahead. All of this youth rebellion was really embodied in the Beatles, and of course, in America, nobody really notices this is going on.
Though in America, we are having a rebellion of our own, and 1963 is when the feminist movement really got going. We have the feminine mystique; we also have the big time Negro revolt going on in the 1960s. In America, suddenly, we had gone through a period of time where there were minor civil rights disturbances from about the 50s up to the early 60s. Some of the worst parts of it had kind of calmed down since the Little Rock standoff in 1957.
Little things were going on through that time. Still, the 1962 election in Alabama would see a governor named George Wallace, who would very famously be the strongest leader to segregation. He was not as strong as Mississippi’s governor Ross Barnett, but Ross Barnett was older than George Wallace. Therefore, his effect in the United States was minimal. In fact, Ross Barnett was the son of a Confederate Veterans, so he directly connected to the American Civil War.
So George Wallace is elected in Alabama, and he gives his famous segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever speech. In Django, I believe, January 14, 263. He signals that Alabama’s state will basically tell the Kennedy administration to go pound sand; they’re not going to do anything they want, which immediately incenses Bobby and jack, who say that they’re basically the Kennedys declare war on the state of Alabama. They, in a sense, declare the state of Alabama and insurrection after they hear George Wallace. 63 is also the year Martin Luther King begins his real big push towards civil rights; he begins to push starting in Birmingham. There was a race riot in Birmingham, where blacks actually attack whites, which starts more Ku Klux Klan violence, which eventually culminates in bombing the 16th Street Baptist Church. We also have the March on Washington that summer, which Martin Luther King said he basically did to push the Kennedy administration into being quicker on the civil rights bill. Now, JFK himself was holding back the Civil Rights Act of 1964, until sometime in 65, it would have actually been the Civil Rights Act of 1965.
He wanted to hold it back through the election to hold the southern states when the election of 64 and then, in 65, begin hammering all the new legislation in the second term. That was JFK’s plan.
You’re coming through 1963; you have a situation where the blacks in America are burning things down, going out of control. The country is beginning to spiral out of control at some level; the folk music is beginning to get going back to the average American. They don’t really notice this; the average American living in the suburbs is living in the country. They don’t see this chaos going on; this chaos is isolated to the college campuses and in the big city. So the people said it doesn’t have anything to do with me, so who cares? That was a general attitude back then.
Segregation North Verse South
Most people could live in a very segregated area and grow up and basically never see a black person. In fact, it’s unusual when you understand that The South was a whole lot different than the north. If you grew up in Alabama, Mississippi, or Georgia, you are around black people pretty much all the time. Even if you didn’t know them personally, you were seeing them all the time. They were often coming and going through your neighborhood or your area; they worked in people’s houses. So you were constantly around black people. You were not socially with them, but they were around you, nonetheless. I mean, the only things your life was separate from their lives were basically in public accommodations, you couldn’t marry them, and other things such as that, but the interaction between black and white was constantly going on in the deep south.
A person could live in a neighborhood in New York City somewhere in Brooklyn or whatever, and barely ever see a black person in the north. They wouldn’t come down your street because they just weren’t there, and if they were, they might be traveling on the subway and travel through, but you wouldn’t see them, and this was the same in places like Cleveland, Ohio, parts of Chicago, Milwaukee and all these other cities. In fact, some people didn’t even interact with people, not of their own ethnicity.
In the Italian areas in New York City, oftentimes, people will grow up there and never really leave their block. The movie, a Bronx tale, is significant. If you go back and watch that movie, the kids are growing up in this very isolated part of the Bronx, and the kids never leave their neighborhood. Even though if you go down to the end of the street and go under this overpass, that’s where the black area begins. And they don’t even know these other people, even though they basically live in the same area. And that was the way life was in the 60s. You could live a very isolated life and not know all of this crap was going on.
Of course, you know, the television news, Walter Cronkite, and all of that stuff, it was just getting going in 62-63. The news could basically quash many stories, and they could create a false, a false reality for the American people. Water Cronkite was a propagandist. He was also a high ranking member of the Bohemian Grove and all of these other things. So this guy was in the New World Order. He was as New World Order as you could get. All of these things are going on in 1963.
Over in England, we have the Beatles creating absolute chaos, and the Beatles make the news in America. The kids watched them on TV, and they saw just a little bit of them, and some of the kids really began to take notice of them, saying that, “oh yeah, we need music like that.”
A few Beatles records did make it to America, but they didn’t really do a lot yet, and they were scarce because there were marketing problems at parallel records. And there were reasons why a lot of that couldn’t get marketed in America. Eventually, the Beatles worked out a relationship with Capitol Records, which was the same record label the Beach Boys were on to begin marketing their stuff in America.
Many crazy things were happening in 1963, but everything would come to a head-on on November 22nd, 1963, when John F Kennedy was assassinated.
Before the Kennedy assassination, the big automotive companies in the United States had released the first mid-size muscle cars. In 1963, General Motors revised all of its mid-sized cars. Their mid-sized cars would be designed as economy cars in 1960. But in 1963, all of them were redesigned on a 115-inch wheelbase, and the mid-size muscle car was born with the Pontiac GTO, which was introduced in October of 63. So a month before the Kennedy assassination, the muscle cars as we know them are introduced.
Before that, there had been muscle cars, though. The Chrysler 300 was a muscle car and 55, but these were special order cars, and you couldn’t just buy them. One of the first ones that became available was the Chevrolet 409. These were big cars, and they had huge motors in them, and they were swift. But this idea of putting it in a smaller, much lighter, more maneuverable car hit in October of 63.
On November 22nd of 1963, just a month after the Pontiac GTO debuts, the automotive industry changed forever. Just a month after that, John F. Kennedy is assassinated. And you have to understand what this did. This was such a trauma to the United States that it created absolute chaos, ironically, on November 22nd, of 1963.
This is where it all connects. The famous British author Aldous Huxley died on November 22nd, 1963. And I also believe CS Lewis died on November 22nd, 1963. Also, the second album by The Beatles called “With The Beatles” was officially released.
At The End of 1963 Everything Changes
November 22nd is literally a watershed date, everything changes; it was like the day the atomic bomb was dropped, there was the world before the bomb was dropped, and then there was the world after the atomic bomb was dropped. Everything changed on that day, and people knew it at the time; there was a certain level of awareness that the world wasn’t going to be the same again.
Then, as a result of that, we get our first openly southern vice president since Woodrow Wilson, Harry Truman, but he was also from Missouri, and it was kind of a little bit more understated with Harry Truman.
But Lyndon Johnson was from the deep south; he was from Texas. And he was openly southern and Texan at the same time. Texan and southern are both the same and yet different. LBJ comes in they’re ruthless, a nasty politician who had ironically been a segregationist early in his career, he comes in there. He says, “I’m going to put forward all Kennedy’s civil rights bills, I’m going to shut down the Klan, and I’m going to put these white boys in their place, they’re gonna like blacks in their neighborhoods, or else throw them in jail.” He didn’t come out and say that directly, but that pretty much became the message.
LBJ was also the originator of hate crime legislation and one of the big creators behind the Immigration Act of 1965, which LBJ famously signed and said, “We will no longer tolerate any religious, racial bigotry in the United States in regards to immigration” and signed it in front of the Statue of Liberty ironically, so this was a very evil time in America, I would compare it to right now with Biden, it’s we’re just headed into a very evil time. I think the kids, maybe even more than the adults, understood that they were headed into a very evil time when JFK was assassinated, not that JFK was a good guy or really a prize, it was just that the atmosphere shifted.
And the atmosphere was right for this youth rebellion to come to the United States. The youth rebellion had been going on in England for some time, elements of it had been going on in the United States with the explosion of juvenile delinquency in the 50s. The baby boom generation was basically born from January 1st, 1946, to December 31st, 1964, when the first baby boomer would turn 18.
Age Restrictions and Loopholes
Now remember, at this time, in most states in the United States, you were not officially an adult until you were 21. The 21 age for adulthood was very confused in the United States because technically, you could become an adult younger than that; you just had to do a couple of things. You could go into the United States military, or you could get married. And girls often got married at 16, 17, 18 then, and once they were married, they were basically considered an adult. Because they wouldn’t be considered an adult legally until they were 21, many boys would immediately join the army after ending High School. So they could have some authority over their lives, and when they would come back after about two years of service to their homes, they were full adults. So there was a way around the whole 21 adulthood thing; now, for kids that stayed home and then went to a junior college or went to work or whatever, they were still technically under their parents until their 21st birthday. Some states were beginning to change the law from 21 to 18. In fact, in certain states, you could vote at 18. Yet you couldn’t do other things until you were 21. So the law was very unclear during this time period about adulthood. The first baby boomers coming of age are on January 1st of 1964, making them fully eligible to join the United States Army without their parent’s consent. Making it a unique time.
At this time, the baby boomers had all social scientists look at them and say, they seem to be a very well-behaved generation. They were nothing like the kids who came up in the 50s, which were a lot more rebellious. Because these were the kids raised without their dads.
So many people put a lot of faith in this young baby boom generation; they said, “This generation is going to change America,” there was an explosion of church attendance following WWII, as when a lot of the vets came back, many had become believers in Christ during the war. Many of them were raising their families and churches. And so there seemed to be a very buttoned-down image of what was going on in America. In fact, if you look at the rock group, the Beach Boys, which were at this point, managed by their father by the Marie Wilson, who was the father of the Wilson brothers, and the uncle of Mike love The Beach Boys. And so you look at the Beach Boys, they were buttoned-down shirts and everything, they were the epitome of basically the American Baby Boomer era. However, these guys were born before the baby boom; they were the epitome of that image, clean-cut, nice boys, the kind of boys you would love to have over to your house for a Sunday dinner. That was the image they put out. Now, we would know otherwise, years later, but it would not be known until sometime later.
At this same time, on November 22, 263, Kennedy’s assassinated, and Lyndon Johnson becomes president. And about at the same time, agreements are being made so that the Beatles could come to the United States to Beatles music was beginning to be played here. And the kids were beginning to dig it.
The Beatles Play The Sullivan Show
And finally, on February 9th, 1964, I believe was the day the Beatles debut on The Ed Sullivan Show. The entire United States watches the Beatles pretty much the next day, kids come to school, the boys come to school, and they completely washed all the books, wax, and burl cream out of their hair. Boys begin growing their hair out. And as you know how the length of human hair is, grow it out a month, and by March of 64, there’s a lot of boys who are wearing their hair combed down in Beatles, mop tops, and the schools are going nuts. Because at this time, schools, for the most part, still had hair codes, where you would actually have your hair measured by the principal if they thought it was too long. And if it was too long, it was “get a hair cut or else.”
So the schools were setting up new rules where they said, “well, you can wear the Beatles cut except we will take a ruler and go around and measure the hair above the eyebrows.”
Enter Beatle Mania
All this is breaking out Beatles in mass, Beatles everything is being sold in the United States. And the youthful rebellion started by The Beatles, the kids in America were so unused to it. The Beatles were openly disrespectful towards the reporters who interviewed him.
The Beatles release a movie, A Hard Day’s Night, one of the real first movies that really popularized improvisational comedy. In fact, the movie is just the Beatles having fun with each other. A lot of the dialogue in that movie they just came up with off the top of their heads. Improvisational comedy really gets its real beginning as we would know it with The Beatles. And this improv comedy, which comes out of A Hard Day’s Night, is imitated constantly by everybody. It wasn’t that improv comedy didn’t exist before; it was just that the Beatles really showed what could be done with simply improv and the kids just ate it up.
John Lennon would go on to become a little bit of an actor. He did a couple of scenes in movies; I believe he did a movie called “How I Won The War” later on. John Lennon could have probably been an actor had he wanted to be. But he was more inclined towards music and doing his own thing. So it’s a completely different scenario, and once the kids copped on to this rebellion that was going on, their rebellion began to spread; it was just kind of like wildfire. Soon all these English groups came over here, like the Rolling Stones and everything. And as soon the youthful rebellion is really getting going.
It was also 1964 was also the introduction of the Ford Mustang, which was really the first car that was really rich was really marketed towards teenagers it was, it was clearly a teenager’s car. And suddenly, teenagers are beginning to work, you know, because the jobs are pretty good. They’re beginning to get these cards; they’re beginning to declare early independence from their families. In basically in revolt to the 21 adulthood laws, the kids are just basically walking away from home; they’re running away, they’re beginning to do things. It started very small at first, but it will continue to grow. And one of the reasons this stuff continues to grow is because of the Beatles’ influence; the Beatles not only set off all this, basically youth rebellion, they also change improvisational comedy. They’re openly disrespectful towards authority figures; they also inadvertently set off this huge explosion of creative musical creativity, both in England and in the United States.You have this sudden burst of creativity; you have this sudden burst of where the music companies look at all this youthful rebellion and say, Hey, we need to look to the next new thing. All of these different groups break out eventually; by late 65, San Francisco becomes one of the big music areas, the United States; many of these bands actually started in Los Angeles and then moved up to San Francisco. So you’re having this huge cross-pollination and explosion of all of this music, and all this other culture coming out simultaneously. But many researchers have said this was not organic.
Psychedelic RevolutionWe also have the popularization of the use of LSD going on in the 60s basically centered in California in certain cities, but then being spread around the United States slowly but surely by a famous man named Ken Kesey, who was a famous author him and his merry pranksters spreading all over the United States giving kids acid sets, turning them on tuning them in and dropping out, which would later be coined by the famous Harvard professor Timothy Leary.
You had this explosion of youth rebellion, which was basically brought on by The Beatles, which leads to an explosion of music, creativity, all of the music going on before that point, such as about dance parties and stuff like that my boyfriend, kissed me and all that’s all gone suddenly. Now it’s all about the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. And so all of this social change has taken place. Boys are in the new beginning to grow long hair and basically become a little bit more feminine. The whole hard masculinity, which had become the hallmark of basically, the WWII generation’s hallmark was being replaced by a more androgynous kind of thing, and everything was beginning to shift.
Of course, by the 60s, you have the real first push at the state and local levels for women to really get out and work in the workplace. This was the beginning of the real feminist movement in the 60s, right about the same time the Beatles, The Feminine Mystique, had been out. And so the women were beginning to become agitated, just as the blacks are agitated. 64 we had a huge amount of race riots.
We also had the murder of the civil rights workers in Mississippi and the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 64. And so, America is going completely crazy. That year, we have the Gulf of Tonkin, where the ship, ironically, was commanded by Admiral Morrison, who had a son named Jim Morrison, who later on to be the head singer of a famous band called The doors. But all of this stuff basically began with the Beatles, The youth rebellion. And all of this really began with the Beatles, but many people did not know that the Tavistock Institute had engineered a lot of this stuff; the Tavistock Institute was heavily connected to the United States Central Intelligence Agency, other agencies, and heavily connected to American universities.
The Tavistock Institute was fundamentally social experimentation on how to apply Marxism to popular culture. Much of this research was done by the Frankfurt School, which had escaped Germany in the 30s and was given refuge in the US government. That the Frankfurt School, a lot of the Frankfurt schools research was flowing through the Tavistock Institute in London and being put on the put on this music scene and then export it back.
Another big influence that we did not know of because of the Tavistock Institute was Alistair Crowley; nobody knew about really in America that much about Alister Crowley, people of the intelligentsia. But Crowley was kind of a; he was an underground figure here in the United States. But Crowley was a major influence behind the Beatles music. And later on, they would put him on the cover of Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
You’re having all of this stuff being sent back to the kids; a lot of it is subliminal programming and the kids are getting the message. Suddenly, all of these things are going out, and you begin hearing about the generation gap. Parents say, “we don’t understand our kids; our kids are just acting up.”
Many of parents, instead of trying to put out authority over their children, just begin throwing up their hands and saying, “I’m giving up, my kids 17 or 18, I can’t do anything with them.” So the kids are like, gee, thanks dad, I’m running away from home, gonna do my own thing.” This attitude begins to filter down to the rest of society, leading to a big increase in divorces. Because the families are in turmoil, children’s problems eventually lead to marriage problems and eventually start a divorce. As all of this craziness is going on, in a sense, Lyndon Johnson, who’s elected president in 1964, inadvertently whether he did it knowingly or not, steps into a whole vat of cow crap. Because in 1964, he decides, “we’re going into Vietnam, whether you like it or not,” and then the Vietnam war begins; and the Vietnam War was the match on an open barrel of gunpowder because that gave the youth of the United States something to be pissed about. After all, suddenly, their friends were beginning to be drafted and going directly over there.
Vietnam soon turned out to be an absolute hellhole. We didn’t know what we were getting into necessarily… at first. But by early 66, we found out that we’d made a mistake. So the kids do not only believe they’re fighting their parents, they’re fighting the government.
The government’s completely lying to them on what’s going on in the war, and this young society of kids begins to drop out and become known as “the hippies .” and The Beatles are the Pied Pipers of their lifestyle. Even before the hippie thing gets going, in America, though elements of what’s known as the hippie movement had begun in England in the 1950s. The whole peace sign was invented in England. All of this stuff was going on in England, and then it was being exported to the United States.
The Beatles were beginning to be named by certain Southern senators and others as subversive agents. And in a sense, they were; I don’t believe that the Beatles were necessarily evil. I mean, I like Paul McCartney and all of that. I like all of them. I think they were being used as a vehicle to export, and so I think they were doing it largely unaware. But, you know, subliminal messages and music, backtracking and all this stuff, this was all invented by The Beatles.
And we get to the point where just about all authority has been destroyed. By 1968, all of the universities are on fire; we’ve had massive race riots for a period of years now; every summer is a riot. I mean, if you thought 2020 was bad, 2020 was horrible with all of these riots and uprisings. In fact, just picture 2020 only for a period of like 10 years. That’s what was going on, from basically from about 1957 until 1968. Yeah, it was just going on every year, you know, this, it was disturbances with it would calm down for a while, then the disturbances would begin again. You have these constant brutal disturbances during this time period.
In this chaos walks Richard Nixon. JFK had defeated Richard Nixon. He had lost his race for governor of California, everybody said he was washed up, Richard Nixon comes in and says, I’m going to restore law and order. Lyndon Johnson is too weak to do it because he’s lost his political power. So I’m going to do it. Bobby Kennedy opposes him. Bobby Kennedy says, No, we don’t. We need law and order. But we also need understanding. We need a dialogue with the children. Richard Nixon says, To hell with the children, if they don’t like it, I’ll shoot him in the head or jail them. And so Richard Nixon’s message wins out in the end, and Bobby Kennedy is murdered. And so we begin to see a lot of the chaos of the 60s as a result of Nixon, just like with the result of Donald Trump in 2016, begin to spin absolutely out of control.
Technology and Coordination
The only difference between then and now is that the organizers could organize much more quickly because of social media in today’s world. In the 60s, they had to organize much more slowly as it was tough in the 60s to organize mass movements because of the slowness of communication. You could do it. But these mass movements, they were grassroots, and they and they happened much slower.
Today in America, or even in Europe, you can put out a thing on Twitter and say we’re going to have a mass flash mob tonight at eight o’clock, and a sudden surge at eight o’clock is what 1 am British time. So we’re just going to have a mass flash mob tonight. So suddenly, this flashmob breaks out in cities all over the world, right at the same time, they could coordinate. In the 60s, they couldn’t coordinate stuff like that, to that extent, because they did not have the internet or social media, and not everybody was connected. They could do things the best they could.
So Richard Nixon is coming into an era with minimal coordination. Everything’s out of control. And because of this minimal coordination, because the media at this time still had some good people in it, Nixon was able to begin exerting control over the population. And it took him some time to really get control.
Finally, by 1972, the mistake the democrats made in 1972, versus this year 2020, was that the democrats in 1972, the far left was able to capture the party in 72, instead of the, basically the firewall that the media put up in 2020, which stopped the far left from gaining control the party, the far left gain control in 1972 and completely lost in a disastrous election. Richard Nixon returns with a mandate and says, “All of this crap is over, Vietnam is over, everything’s over.”
By this time, the Beatles are broken up, and everything is changing the drug scenes, changing the hippie things in disrepute. It’s January 1st, 1973, when all of this ends, but it doesn’t really end because the cultural changes brought by The Beatles keep going.
Because of the Beatles, you have basically Saturday Night Live, which is basically an improvisational comedy. All those guys grew up on the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. In fact, the Rolling Stones beat is one of the first groups I believe I believe Mick Jagger was one of the first ones that appeared on Saturday Night Live. But improvisational Comedy, which became very popular because of the Beatles, like “A Hard Day’s Night,” really gets going that year; Saturday Night Live was built on improv. You have the open attitudes towards sex, which had really got going with feminism and really began being pushed by The Beatles. That gets going; you have all the Wild Rock music being pushed, and all of this stuff.
What you’re seeing is that every major change that had been pushed Through the Beatles music had pretty much taken over society by the 70s. Some people call the 70s the continuation of the 60s; in other words, many of the attitudes and degeneracy that had taken place in the 60s grew in the 70s, and really blossom even though the hippie thing was gone, and a lot of the other stuff was gone.
The 1980s were basically a revolt against this return to conservatism.
In the 1990s, with Bill Clinton, everything began to go out of control again, and since then, we have had no real control over society.
All of this really stems from the Beatles; you could say that every bit of this stems from them. The Beatles were the watershed moment where all of this changes; it was really the moment where suddenly being white, being an adult, you know, being a normal person growing to church or whatever, remember, “we’re bigger than Jesus” is what John Lennon said, all of this stuff is suddenly in disrepute. You don’t know why it’s in disrepute; you just see the Beatles say stupid things, you don’t see the whole picture here, but everything’s going crazy.
Instead of the popular culture, the media, or the people standing up to it, they readily adopt all of it. It’s clear that all of this was programming; all of this was planned; this was in the works for a long time. This is essentially the triumph of the ideas of Adam Weishaupt and the ideas of Crowley and all of those before him.
But it becomes very shocking if you look at it from the 2020 perspective, how they were so successful in 1964 at bringing all of this about; it really bodes ill for what’s going on today because they have had an almost 60-year headstart on us doing all of this stuff.
We have to fight hard if we are to get things back under control, but all of it stems from this era, this post-war era, and how they shifted; everything has shifted the culture and shifted your perception of life, and castrated you and stopped your ability to stand up for yourself and began to put this white guilt on the population to where white people would want to lay down and die. All of this got going in the post-war era in the late 40s at the intelligence level and then really got moving in the 60s. When you understand what happened and you really take it apart, you can really see what happened.
You have to understand where we were to understand where we are going to understand this sudden hatred of white people and Christianity.
Where did it come from? Where did it start? It all started with the Beatles, though the Beatles were just the flowering of the evil seeds planted by Adam Weishaupt and the like over the previous 200 some odd years.
The Beatles were the modern Pied Pipers of this movement; they were the move; they were the men who took the movement worldwide and distilled the movement down into a message that popular culture could easily understand.