The Happy Days of the 1950’s

The 1950’s were a happy time in America.

The huge tax and spending cuts of the late 1940’s have finally ended the long Depression, leading to economic growth for professionals as well as “blue-collar” manufacturing workers.

It is the era of the American “Baby Boom” as war veterans marry and have children. Fathers go to work and earn money so that the mother can stay at home and tend to the children and home. Many move out of crowded cities into the suburbs. Almost every home now has a telephone, TV, washer, automobile, etc. The “American Dream” is available to all who want it.

On the cultural front, “the 50’s” still represent an era of decency and innocence. Movies, TV shows, and songs are, for the most part, clean and healthy entertainment. Churches are thriving, streets are safe, communities are tight, children are respectful, the divorce rate is very low, and homosexuality is largely unspoken of. Both White & Black families / communities are solid and thiving.

Modern “liberals” love to ridicule this simpler, happier time. But those who grew up in the “50’s”  and most of the “60’s”, know that it was a far happier and healthier time than the current era of economic and moral rot.

But beneath the surface of the happy 50’s, the sex-obsessed Globo-Zionist moguls of Hollywood plot to unleash a destabilising storm of moral and cultural filth which will forever weaken families, communities, and churches.

The cast of the CBS family sitcom 'Leave it to Beaver,' American actors (left to right) Hugh Beaumont (1909 - 1982), Jerry Mathers, Tony Dow and Barbara Billingsley, pose ofr a publicity photo in an Easter setting, 1957. (Photo by CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images) Original Filename: 53232596.jpg


BONANZA -- Pictured: (clockwise from left) Pernell Roberts as Adam Cartwright, Michael Landon as Joseph 'Little Joe' Cartwright, Lorne Greene as Ben Cartwright, Dan Blocker as Eric 'Hoss' Cartwright -- Photo by: NBCU Photo Bank

TV shows like “Leave It to Beaver”, “Father knows Best” and Bonanza reflected the goodness and loyalty of American family life.

Ref: M.S. King, Planet Rothschild – The Forbidden History of the New World Order, Volume 2, 2015.


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