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I'm thinking of the most influential as far as changing our lives/laws/culture here in the United States of America. I believe it was Martin Luther King, Jr. He was assassinated when he was only 39 years old, but he accomplished so much. Who is your choice as the most influential person?

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adolf hitler, without a doubt. because of him...we have the creation of the UN, the recreation of israel. and a redefinition of a world order.

the wrong side won WWII. but it was because of his character, that this world order came into existence so prominently. that you could even think

MLK was even a pimple on hitler's ass, in regards to redefining world politics, is amazing.

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Hard to put just one name out there.... If going by certain categories it's easier..

 

1. Physics... Einstein

2, Sports... Babe Ruth for Baseball... Jordan for Basketball.. Tiger Woods for Golf.. Wayne Gretzky for Hockey.. Joe Namath for Football.

3. Civil Rights..MLK

4. Manufacturing... Henry Ford

5. Inventor... Thomas Edison

6. Computers.. Bill Gates

7. Rock n Roll... Elvis Presley & Chuck Berry

8. Flight... The Wright Brothers, Charles Lindberg

9. Actor.. JackNicholsen & John Wayne

10. Artist,,, Andy Warhol

11. Generals.. Dwight Eisenhower, George Patton.

12. Author... Earnest Hemmingway

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Stalin.

 

 

Because of him our entire foreign policy has shifted from military protectionism to military adventurism. Our massive military buildup is a direct result and a continuance of policies created specifically to counter Stalin and the USSR both of which neither exist today.

 

If you compare America pre-Cold War and Post-Cold War, they are literally two different countries with different cultures.

 

It took catastrophic events for FDR and Wilson to get the American public behind WWI & II respectively. After that, it was relatively easy for Eisenhower to get us into Korea, Kennedy/Johnson to Vietnam, several presidents to continue it, and the story goes on. This was because of the fear of communism and in modern times, terrorism is the new communism. During the Cold War and the years all the way through it the monied interests in war and war production (see: Central Banks) made a crap-ton of money selling to both sides, the MIC got efficient at weapons production and sold to both sides, and finally found the perfect message to increase military adventurism: "Patriotism" which has been muddled down to "agree with everything the government does or you are unpatriotic and a traitor!"

 

While this was all going on the Central Banks engineered recessions, depressions, inflation, deflation, and debt-bondage to the American public. The era of military adventurism is also the era of exponentially increasing debt, government, and loss of personal liberties under the guise of "national security".

 

 

 

-NW

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adolf hitler, without a doubt. because of him...we have the creation of the UN, the recreation of israel. and a redefinition of a world order.

the wrong side won WWII. but it was because of his character, that this world order came into existence so prominently. that you could even think

MLK was even a pimple on hitler's ass, in regards to redefining world politics, is amazing.

I was thinking more in terms of United States politics. I guess I should have worded it differently. Adolf Hitler is an interesting choice. I remember you saying he was the messiah for the Jewish people. How so?

Jesus Christ

Good one, Chuck. He would be the most influential for the 20th century and every other one too.

Stalin.

 

 

Because of him our entire foreign policy has shifted from military protectionism to military adventurism. Our massive military buildup is a direct result and a continuance of policies created specifically to counter Stalin and the USSR both of which neither exist today.

 

If you compare America pre-Cold War and Post-Cold War, they are literally two different countries with different cultures.

 

It took catastrophic events for FDR and Wilson to get the American public behind WWI & II respectively. After that, it was relatively easy for Eisenhower to get us into Korea, Kennedy/Johnson to Vietnam, several presidents to continue it, and the story goes on. This was because of the fear of communism and in modern times, terrorism is the new communism. During the Cold War and the years all the way through it the monied interests in war and war production (see: Central Banks) made a crap-ton of money selling to both sides, the MIC got efficient at weapons production and sold to both sides, and finally found the perfect message to increase military adventurism: "Patriotism" which has been muddled down to "agree with everything the government does or you are unpatriotic and a traitor!"

 

While this was all going on the Central Banks engineered recessions, depressions, inflation, deflation, and debt-bondage to the American public. The era of military adventurism is also the era of exponentially increasing debt, government, and loss of personal liberties under the guise of "national security".

 

 

 

-NW

Very interesing. Thank you, Naugthy Word.

Hard to put just one name out there.... If going by certain categories it's easier..

 

1. Physics... Einstein

2, Sports... Babe Ruth for Baseball... Jordan for Basketball.. Tiger Woods for Golf.. Wayne Gretzky for Hockey.. Joe Namath for Football.

3. Civil Rights..MLK

4. Manufacturing... Henry Ford

5. Inventor... Thomas Edison

6. Computers.. Bill Gates

7. Rock n Roll... Elvis Presley & Chuck Berry

8. Flight... The Wright Brothers, Charles Lindberg

9. Actor.. JackNicholsen & John Wayne

10. Artist,,, Andy Warhol

11. Generals.. Dwight Eisenhower, George Patton.

12. Author... Earnest Hemmingway

Excellent list. Thank you.

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"No-body of though(institutional leader)t" will become the most influential person of the 21st century. "A body of ancestral progression might survive the end of time as humanity prophecized by mythology as methodology to rule hearts and bodies controlling minds to soul collective ideologies.

 

Who is a collective consciousness, whom is a single consciousness able to think as themselves separate from a social narrative of who the group pretends to be as a society.

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I'm thinking of the most influential as far as changing our lives/laws/culture here in the United States of America. I believe it was Martin Luther King, Jr. He was assassinated when he was only 39 years old, but he accomplished so much. Who is your choice as the most influential person?

There have been many people who have influenced the world. Many of them were azzholes that sold a bill of goods to the cult of their day.

 

Jesus Christ has influenced every century since he walked the earth.

 

Amen

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There have been many people who have influenced the world. Many of them were azzholes that sold a bill of goods to the cult of their day.

 

Jesus Christ has influenced every century since he walked the earth.

 

Amen

Take away linear time interpretation and think directly added ancestors to this atmosphere staging reality by one species alone.

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Hard to put just one name out there.... If going by certain categories it's easier..

1. Physics... Einstein

Hands down, Einstein is the most influential person of the last century, not only in physics,

but how he opened up the world of astronomy, atomic structure, quantum mechanics and

the diode, electronics, time, philosophy, logic, etc.

 

2, Sports... Babe Ruth for Baseball... Jordan for Basketball.. Tiger Woods for Golf.. Wayne Gretzky for Hockey.. Joe Namath for Football.

Pro sports are games for morons to watch.

Only kids should play games.

You might as well name someone who was great in hide and seek, too.

 

3. Civil Rights..MLK

Rosa Parks, Obama.

 

4. Manufacturing... Henry Ford

Because he paid his workers higher than any other employer.

So, he wins in demand side economics, too, instead of idiots

like ronnie ray gun and repukes who tout supply side voodoo economics.

 

5. Inventor... Thomas Edison

Wrong. He was an azzhole. Try Nicola Tesla. Without Tesla, we do not

have the modern world of electricity.

 

6. Computers.. Bill Gates

Wrong again. try the guy he stole windows from and zerox which

invented the PC.

 

7. Rock n Roll... Elvis Presley & Chuck Berry

Wrong again. try Johnny Cash, Horton, Buddy Holly, Dean Martin, and all the

great singers of the fifties. Elvis was dog doo doo after using drugs.

 

8. Flight... The Wright Brothers, Charles Lindberg

Wright Brothers plus the guy who designed the Spitfire which saved Britain's butt.

 

9. Actor.. JackNicholsen & John Wayne

Hold off while I puke.

Robert Redford, hands down.

 

10. Artist,,, Andy Warhol

Who? How about Norman Rockwell?

 

11. Generals.. Dwight Eisenhower, George Patton.

IKE for sure. Patton was an idiot killing his troops just like

bush junior and dick head cheney and repukicons.

 

12. Author... Earnest Hemmingway

Naaaa. John C. MacDonald, Travis McGee series.

Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Bridge Across Forever, Illusions, etc.

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Could you put that in English?

 

TIA

It is English, just not the interpretation you want to hear. So you deny everything that doesn't define anything beyond your faith character counts and genders don't matter, unless they obey your specific dialect.

 

think in terms of substance inaccurately described over intentions specifically defined to follow without question.

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It is English, just not the interpretation you want to hear. So you deny everything that doesn't define anything beyond your faith character counts and genders don't matter, unless they obey your specific dialect.

 

think in terms of substance inaccurately described over intentions specifically defined to follow without question.

"unless they obey your specific dialect."

 

Yep...that's what I was trying to say.

 

 

I count too!

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I'm thinking of the most influential as far as changing our lives/laws/culture here in the United States of America. I believe it was Martin Luther King, Jr. He was assassinated when he was only 39 years old, but he accomplished so much. Who is your choice as the most influential person?

Kant followed closely by Karl marx

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