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Hells Angels – an American Nightmare

Published on Feb 23, 2019

Called the “underside of the American dream” and “an American nightmare,” the Hell’s Angels have been fixtures in American culture since 1948. Yet their role remains unclear: are they libertines or criminals?

Discover the origins of biking clubs in the ’40s and see how The Wild One defined the rebels of the ’50s. Witness the infamous Gypsy Tour of the ’60s and the international proliferation of Hell’s Angels in the ’70s. Hear about their influence on pop-culture and their surprising sense of patriotism. Trace the legendary leadership of Sonny Barger, who transformed the club into a brotherhood. Hell’s Angels offers an insider glimpse into the world of mythic renegades, rebels, and bikers who have eluded categorization for the past half-century.

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4 Responses to Hells Angels – an American Nightmare

  1. Mark Schumacher in LV says:

    Say what you want about the Hell’s Angel’s , they loved freedom. The real criminals were the politicians. just like today.

    • Enemy of the State says:

      Right on Mark

      If the Cabal gets the balls to come at us any harder than they already are , I know they will probably be the only ones fighting for the same thing as We the Awake People

      I certainly don’t fear them like I do these sick fcks with all our money

    • galen says:

      I watched it, Mark. Wow, like another nation within a nation. But will we ever know the absolute truth of it?

      Somebody said, “Freedom comes with responsibility.” These guys went into some of the dark arts. I want to believe they were true rebels defying the machine, yet I have suspicions about who may have been advancing them.

      Was/is this an autonomous enterprise? Will we ever know?


  2. DL. says:

    They make good rock and roll band tour roadies, I know that much. My only complaint about Hells Angels is that some of them murdered some guy at Altamont in 1969 (I think) when the Stones played there. Supposedly, it was done very close to the stage. To this day I believe Mick Jagger could have stopped this from going on–he should have stopped performing and stopped the beating.

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