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John I. Johnson

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Ralph Engelstad by John I. Johnson LAS VEGAS CASINO owner and self-made millionaire Ralph Engelstad (1930-2002), a former member of the Forbes 400 famous for his hard-working ways (his personal motto was “The harder I work, the luckier I get”), was an interesting character. The grandson of Norwegian…
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Vincent Price with Gene Tierney, 1944 by John I. Johnson JEWISH-CONTROLLED SOCIETIES like the United States insist upon absolute conformity, particularly from members of the elite. This state of affairs is natural for Jews, a psychologically homogenous population, but causes great stress and…
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by John I. Johnson HAROLD von Braunhut, 77, wealthy Aryan Nations backer and mail order merchandiser of gimmicky novelties such as X-Ray eyeglasses that supposedly allow wearers to see through clothing, died November 28, 2003 in Indian Head, Maryland. Braunhut held 195 patents on novelty items sold…
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by John I. Johnson I CLICKED ON a Google link to Reddit while trying to discover whether Elizabeth Warren’s husband, Harvard professor Bruce H. Mann, is Jewish. I’ve tried to find out in the past, to no avail. He’s not colored (he looks White, as do some Jews), but his surname and the…
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by John I. Johnson TEXAS-BORN NOVELIST Patricia Highsmith (1921-1995) (born Mary Patricia Plangman), author of Strangers on a Train (1950) (adapted to the screen by director Alfred Hitchcock) and a series of crime novels starring psychopathic murderer Tom Ripley (The Talented Mr. Ripley [1955]),…
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by William Shakespeare (submitted by John I. Johnson) Prophecy of the dying John of Gaunt in The Tragedy of King Richard II (1594), Act 2, Scene 1: Methinks I am a prophet new inspired
And thus expiring do foretell . . .: This royal throne of kings, this scepter’d isle,
This earth of majesty, this…
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by John I. Johnson Page numbers in parentheses refer to Cecil B. DeMille, Autobiography (Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1959). Edited by Donald Hayne. MOST OF US remember how Mel Gibson’s film on the crucifixion had Jewry, as usual, sputtering with rage and clamoring for censorship, and…
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Viewed from the perspective of The Dispossessed Majority by John I. Johnson BIPOLAR SELF-ABSORBED dyslexic high-IQ depressed WASP actor Spalding Gray (pictured; 1941-2004) committed suicide in the freezing cold of January 2004 by jumping into the East River from the Staten Island Ferry. The identity…
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Non-Jewish Characteristics of Hayek’s Thought  (Page numbers in parentheses refer to Stephen Kresge and Leif Wenar, eds., Hayek on Hayek: An Autobiographical Dialogue, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994.) by John I. Johnson MEMBERS OF HUMAN GROUPS manifest phenotypic similarity…
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Was Hayek Jewish? by John I. Johnson (Page numbers in parentheses refer to Stephen Kresge and Leif Wenar, eds., Hayek on Hayek: An Autobiographical Dialogue, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994.) SOME WRITERS — e.g., David Ramsay Steele in From Marx to Mises (1992) — have identified…
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