1900s - Random

In the twentieth century, we saw the rise of the Technology Era with the rise of cars, airplanes, space travel, computers, and the Internet. We saw two world wars. We saw the rise of the Federal Reserve and global government. We see the rise of media formats which would include things like radio, telephones, movies, theaters, shows, television, cable, and music videos.

President William McKinley was killed during the first decade of the 1900s. This first decade was also known as the Edwardian Era. The secret meeting at Jekyll Island was held and World War I happened in the 1910s. The economy boomed during the Roaring Twenties. Gold was banned during the Great Depression of the 1930s. World War II ended in the 1940s. Soldiers came home and started making babies or also known as the Baby Boomers. The Cold War started. I've dubbed the fifties as the Golden Fifties. JFK was murdered by government during the Swinging Sixties. America got involved with a war in Vietnam. Star Wars premiered in the 1970s. Home computers and video games exploded in the 1980s. Princess Diana died during the Clinton Nineties.

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1900s - Random
Oatmeal Daily - 2022-02-04 - Friday | Published in February of 2022






THE 1900s - Decade
A major thing that happened the first decade of the 1900s was the assassination of President William McKinley. In 1905, Albert Einstein proposes his Theory of Relativity explaining the behavior of objects in space and time; it will have ​a profound influence on the way we understand the universe. The Ten Rules of War are established in 1907. The next year, the Young Turks movement restores the Ottoman constitution of 1876. The Edwardian era or Edwardian period of British history spanned the reign of King Edward VII, 1901 to 1910, and is sometimes expanded to the start of the First World War.


THE 1910s
The craziest thing that happened in the 1910s was not the sinking of the Titanic that my paternal great grandpa almost sank on. Thank God for alcoholism which caused him to miss the boat. Hey, also, the craziest thing that happened that decade was not World War I. That was supposed to be the Great War to end all wars, the last war ever.

The craziest thing was not even the Mexican Revolution. The craziest thing was not even how Germany spent 4 years preparing for the Olympics and then CANCEL CULTURE stepped in or I guess they blamed it on World War I. No, my friend. The craziest thing was the Federal Reserve Act which was signed into law in 1913 because it was used to centralize and regulate and control and gamify and rig and cheat on global currencies or fiat.

The Meeting at Jekyll Island - November 20-30 - A secret gathering at a secluded island off the coast of Georgia in 1910 laid the foundations for the Federal Reserve System.


THE 1920s
The first thing that comes to my mind when thinking about the 1920s is Charlie Chaplin who was rising to fame in England in movies that decade which was known as the Roaring Twenties or the Jazz Age. Americans were rising economically in the 1920s. They recover from a recession of some kind in the early 1920s which was also around the end of World War I.

Things were doing good until the rise of the Great Depression in 1929 and into the 1930s. So, I think there were 2 recessions or depressions. People generally only talk about the last one. The first one was pretty major and yet people bounced back from it. So, here is my post on a few random things from this decade, the 1920s. This is going to be a short article with a few links in order to reference each year of this decade of the nineteen-twenties.


THE 1930s
The scariest thing that happened in the 1930s wasn't merely or necessarily World War Two (WWII). The scariest person wasn't necessarily Hitler on the deepest of levels. Instead, what caught my attention was the banning of gold in America by FDR in 1933.


THE 1940s
The oddest of things of the 1940s wouldn't be World War 2 (WWII) or even Hitler as aspects of that were used as excuses and distractions designed to tear at the fabrics of nation states. The oddest of things would not even be the alleged aliens, the UFOs at Roswell, the Area 51 thing.

Instead, the thing that raises my eyebrows the most regarding this decade of the nineteen-forties, of the rise of the baby boomers, would be the sudden emergence of the United Nations (U.N.) who went on to tell the world what to do in 2020 with the Covid Scam.

In the 1940s, America dropped two bombs on Japan. Hitler was running around killing Jews. Following that were the Nuremberg Trials and the Nuremberg Code. Many Americans felt they were saving the world as they participated in the Military-Industrial Complex. The good news is that the patriotism of Americans contributed to the success they had in the 1950s.


THE 1950s
The craziest thing that happened in the 1950s wasn't Elvis rising to fame. It wasn't the rise of Disneyland or even McDonald's during THE GOLDEN-FIFTIES. It wasn't even the formation of NASA. But NASA is a pretty big problem too. But there's something much more tyrannical out there than NASA and that would be the Military-Industrial Complex.

It was in a way the aftermath or the unresolved collateral damage caused partly by both the USSR and the USA who signed the The Declaration of United Nations back in 1942. I would argue that America was partly in conflict with Russia for forty decades to 1991 because of the contract they both were signed onto with the United Nations. Now, I'm not going to say there weren't other factors regarding The Cold War which spanned from 1947 to 1991.

Apart from the Cold War, Americans were bouncing back from World War II. Soldiers came back and got busy with their hunnies. They made a bunch of babies. Thus the rise of the Baby Boomers starting as early as 1945 according to some. The Roaring-Fifties mirrored the Roaring-Twenties in some ways economically and perhaps culturally as well.


THE 1960s
The craziest thing about the Swinging-Sixties wouldn't necessarily be Apollo 11 landing on the moon in 1969 (assuming they did as some believe the moon-landing was faked). I'm not going to say they didn't land on the moon. But I will say it looks like NASA used tax-payer dollars to make it possible which is fine to the extent they're accountable to how they spend their money. I would audit them in order to see how they've been spending our money these past four decades.

The craziest thing wouldn't even be the Vietnam Civil War which France was in. Other countries like China were involved. America shouldn't have interfered, most likely. Only thing worse is how America left Vietnam in the 1970s. The 1960s was during the Cold War Era which went from 1947 to 1991 regarding America and Russia. But if the USSR was so bad, then it would be possibly counterproductive to get involved in an internal Vietnam Civil War because that would leave America vulnerable if Russia was to attack. People can argue that America was perhaps helping the correct half of Vietnam to battle Ho Chi Minh. I would agree with that idea. But I still wouldn't get involved in that kind of way. Our main enemy is not communism, fascism, or even certain countries. Instead, the root of the problem would be more so the globalists and others who are often the puppet-masters of the pawns pulling strings. We also battle ideas too. Too often, we get distracted, it's called Divide & Conquer.

The craziest thing regarding the sixties on my mind is how government in concert with others ended the life of JFK in 1963 and then went on to coin the term "Conspiracy Theory" to demonize anybody questioning details regarding JFK who was trying to separate America from the Federal Reserve. JFk and Abraham Lincoln have something in common with each other. JFK printed out 4 billion dollars worth of not Federal Reserve money but Treasury Notes or perhaps they were United States Notes. Lincoln did the same thing, he had 400 million dollars printed. Oddly, shortly after, both Abe and JFK were murdered. The money they printed were called Greenbacks.


THE 1970s
We see the rise of Apple, Microsoft. We see the end of the Vietnam Civil War which some Vietnamese called the American War. Apollo 13 didn't land on the moon in 1970. Disney World opened in 1971. Intel released the 4004, the first microprocessor. PONG was one of the first video games ever and it premiered in 1972. The US Supreme Court decided to violate state rights via Roe v. Wade in 1973, the case was not merely about abortion but about the relation between state power and tyrannical federal powers as expressed in the 9th and 10th amendments. Nixon resigned in 1974 during the Watergate thing. Sony introduces the Betamax video tape system in 1975. Saturday Night Live (SNL) premiered in 1975. NASA introduces the first space shuttle, the Enterprise in 1976. Control of the Panama Canal is returned to Panama from the United States and Star Wars premiered in 1977. Garfield started eating and sleeping a whole lot in 1978. Sony introduced The Walkman (a portable music player) in 1979.


THE 1980s
Did you know Michael Jackson and George Lucas of Star Wars did a 1986 movie together called Captain EO? This was after Return of the Jedi (1983). Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980. Reagan was shot in 1981 but survived. Princess Diana got married that year. That E.T. movie starring that peanut-looking alien who was trying to phone home and who flew kids in bikes over the moon premiered in 1982. Thriller came out that year. ARPA-net adopted TCP/IP protocols in 1983, this was a beta version of the Internet.

AT&T or Bell System was broken up into regional companies in 1984. The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) debuts in the U.S in 1985. Halley's Comet flies by in 1986. Star Trek: The Next Generation premiered in 1987. The Olympics were held in South Korea in 1988. The fall of the Berlin Wall happened in 1989. Bush Sr. became the 41st U.S. President that year. You can watch a video where he talks about a New World Order.

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THE 1990s
In 1990, September 11, "A NEW WORLD ORDER" is spoken by George Bush Sr. Operation Desert Storm started in 1991. The Los Angeles riots arose in 1992. The World Trade Center was bombed in 1993. Nelson Mandela was elected president of South Africa in 1994. O.J. Simpson was found not guilt in 1995. Dolly the Sheep was cloned in 1996. Titanic premiered in theaters and Princess Diana died in 1997. Bill Clinton was impeached and Michael Jordan won his 6th NBA title in 1998. John F. Kennedy Jr died in 1999.

I've dubbed the '90s The Clinton Nineties. I turned 14 years old in 1999, I grew up in that last decade of the 20th century. My memories include RANDOM MOVIES and we (as a family) were mostly fans of Nintendo video games. I grew up in a trailer in a ghetto in Oregon. I would run around playing with other kids climbing trees, playing tag, house, wrestling, etc. I started learning how to use computers. I started learning how to ride bikes. I remember watching Star Trek, Star Wars, Full House, cartoons, Power Rangers, and don't forget the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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