Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Helter Skelter

The death of Charles Manson calls to mind the ghastly existing subcultures that became mixed up with the 1960s counterculture, which itself became mixed up with them. Fred West came off something similar, the English hillbillies whom we pretend to be unable to see.

One day, we shall see that something very similar applied to what saw itself, quite erroneously, as the 1980s counterrevolution. Thomas Mair's background and views powerfully recall Manson's. It is inconceivable that certain people who are now very prominent indeed did not know him back in the day.

I strongly suspect that it what is going to come out about the Medomsley Detention Centre, about which we always knew to some extent, will demonstrate the seamlessness of all of this.

We are only just beginning to see The Full Story of the Sixties. One day, we shall see The Full Story of the Eighties, too. In the meantime, I am going to keep telling as much of both as I can find. Go on. Do your worst.

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