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12 May 2021
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This film came out in 1981

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Truth in plain sight馃憖

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bodger52
bodger52 9 days ago

SO true ,as one who had the good fortune to live through that halcyon era of the 60`s . Where there was moral absolutes ,MEN and WOMEN, Real music ,great fashion, and enjoying NATURAL weather /seasons and NOT being hammered by geoengineering /weather warfare /sun blocking programmes.
OH and if someone was gay ,it meant they were in a pleasant ,happy frame of mind.
Then came the seventies and the gradual but noticeable incremental decline.
However, I would NEVER ,by any stretch of the imagination have imagined we would wind up in this sh-t show asylum.

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MrsSpillane
MrsSpillane 13 days ago

That's fascinating. But I think the 1960s were largely responsible for the 'don't care - let's all slump and indulge in mindlessness' atitude. The hippie movement was built on sex and drugs, and after the hardships of the 1940s and 1950s an incredibly narcissitic generation emerged - listening to '60s hippies praising themselves and their generation was nauseating as early as the 1970s. Then the hippie narcissists grew older and moved into government. As English Tory Minister of the 1980s Edwina Currie said: 'We were at college in the 1960s and we were going to change the world. And look what we did!' But we have been in a 'dumbed down' situation for a long time. Back in the 1960s, it was far more important for my father to know the latest football scores and for my mother to know the latest happenings in the 'Crossroads' TV soap opera than to know what was going on in the world. Today, with the World Wide Web and other technology-derived diversions we are almost completely mindless. In England in the early-to-mid 1980s, the spirit of protest flared as the country's attitudes polarised during the Thatcher era. Cities burned and riots raged. The Government countered the discontent with a credit boom midway through the decade - and by the time we'd got to 1993 people were happily giving up workers' rights and luxuriating in the strange new world of the Web. This was a crucial turning point in my life as I started finding that I didn't understand people's complacent attitude at all. By that time, Agenda 21 (1992) was already in progress.

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kdjo
kdjo 7 days ago

Very well put my friend

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Jimmy
Jimmy 13 days ago

what's the name of the film please?

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poppercello29
poppercello29 13 days ago

Dinner with Andre

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