whats some stupid bullshit about history you hear people say all the time that triggers you?
>America is a judeo-christian country!
I dont really know when this shit started, but Im going to guess the 80s. Literally no american would ever refer to their country as "jewish" in the 50s, or 1800s or 1776.
>Ancient people were barbaric, `patriarchal and oppressive`, backwards, etc.
No you fucktards. Ancient people built, developed and or refined nearly every damn thing we know about now. Did they know absolutely 100% everything no. But they knew what they knew and what they didn't know you can bet they were in their
way to knowing. Said fucktards don't know what their pulling out of their asses and immediately show their lack of knowledge on the subject at hand. I don't care how many degrees they have either, there are professors that do this as well and deserve to fired and barred from teaching ever again
They sure as hell are backwards and oppressive compared to the modern world, which is the point people try to make. "We like what we are like now, and should try not to be like our ancestors were."
Yeah, it only happened after the great conservative flip from being anti-Jewish to being creepily enthusiastic about Jews and Israel. Almost certainly has to do with the change in US policy towards Israel, but Evangelicals legitimately shifted towards this fucked up view whereby modern Israel is going to play a role in the apocalypse, and we are therefore religiously obligated to help them in fucking everything. By extension, Jews are now good, even though the grandparents of the average Evangelical Israel-phile were most likely virulent anti-Semites.
>They sure as hell are backwards and oppressive compared to the modern world
We are now not more better nor worse than they
>We like what we are like now, and should try not to be like our ancestors were."
Except we should try to emulate them, the best of them and the best we can be. Not emulating them, abandoning traditional as well as moral values have gotten much of this world in the state it's in. Libtardism/SJW's and Femnazi cancer as well as many others are a result of this dejection and thinking we know better than what has been established years before us and erroneously believing we no longer need 'savagry' or are more civilized
> Since the beginning of modern age, society has given up on pursuing absolute values. It’s come to place the relative, comparative worldview as its center. However, it’s not because we no longer need any absolutes in our lives… Rather, it’s simply because we came to see them as sour grapes and started eliminating them.
>We thought, “It’s hard to adhere to those values, so let’s just pretend that such ideas never existed from the start.”
>-Shougo Makishima, Psycho Pass
>they sure as hell are backwards and oppressive compared to the modern world
In what way? It could be argued that ancient people had more power to control their own lives and habbits than people do today.
pic related is actually a really good book on this subject. Highly recommend it