Is Amazon JEWISH? Is Bezos Jewish? Jeff Bezos looks like another CIA Front by Mile Mathis – My Comments

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[I'm not a big fan of Miles Mathis. However, he did once write a truly brilliant article about Jews using art as a means of doing money laundering. I have been looking for data on Bezos because two of my supporters pointed out that Bezos is actually not a Jew – not that we can find. So I had been looking for info about him and his background is strange. Not that that alone condemns him. So I'm publishing this "for info" without having studied it, and without really knowing how reliable it is. But I don't want to discount Miles Mathis per se. He has done some really good stuff before. So it's maybe worth looking at. Mathis does claim that Bezos might be Jewish. I am fascinated in knowing if he is Jewish. In 2019 I was taken to his home in DC and I took a few photos, and he had black security guards at his house. That is all I could see from the street. Anyone who is exceptionally wealthy must have some sort of link to Jews in one way or another, even if he is not a full Jew. Normal Whites would NOT be allowed to be super rich – I assure you, THERE IS A PROCESS OF FILTRATION!!! I realised this in South Africa. There are some interesting things in here. Amazon's top hierarchy is filled with Jews. Jan]

Jeff Bezos looks like another CIA Front
by Miles Mathis

First published March 8, 2017

As usual, this is just my opinion. . . except for all the research from mainstream sites, which is not just my opinion.

I got here in the usual way: unusually. I was looking up a trivia question from a game last night about
the 80s song Always Something There to Remind Me. I thought it was by Crowded House, but I was
wrong. It was by Naked Eyes. Since I was on youtube, I was assaulted in the sidebar by CIA
promotion “chosen just for me”. Oh, lucky me! It was a video about a too-bright Venus. I have
noticed Venus seems abnormally large and bright, but I assumed it was because I was getting older and
my eyes couldn’t focus it like they used to. So I clicked. I was taken to a cache of videos by Steiger
and Olson at GNN, and was immediately suspicious, of course. The production stunk of spin, so I
called up a list of all their videos, looking for Flat Earth promotion. I didn’t find that, but I found a
video on Bezos and Elon Musk. Steiger/Olson are doing a straight promotion of both guys, saying
“isn’t it great” to see competition in the space race. That’s all I needed to know. Since I have shown
you Elon Musk is probably a total fraud and that SpaceX is a definite fraud, I have a lot of evidence
Steiger/Olson are pushing another Intel project here. . . perhaps from the halls of Langley itself. I say
that because Steiger admits he is a friend of Bezos, having sat with him on a panel in 1999. He says, “I
love this guy!” That’s a big clue here, though most will pass over it. If Steiger is sitting on panels with

Bezos, he isn’t exactly an independent source of information here, is he?
Anyway, that told me that if Musk is a CIA front, Bezos probably is, too. So I did a quick genealogy
search on Bezos. They have scrubbed him at Geni.com, but not very well. On his maternal side, we
have nothing past his mother. But she is given as a Gise. On his father’s side, we get very little, but we do find his grandmother as a Pollack. Both those names indicate Bezos is from prominent Jewish
lines, and linked to the families of my previous research. If you have read those papers, you know
about Pollack. But you haven’t seen the name Gise before. I send you to Moishe (Morris) Gise, b.
Russia and d. 1983 in NY, son of Schmuel Lev Gise, and father of Yetta. Moishe is listed as an “ownerof gas stations”. My guess is that links him to Standard Oil and the Rockefellers. See below for a
second hit on this. Further research turns up a Madeline Morris Gise in MA, which means the Gises
married with the Morrises of Massachusetts. See my paper on the Lizzie Borden hoax for more on the
Morris/Morrison clan, which is also part of the cabal. Also notice Moishe’s anglicized name above.
This Madeline has a son David Gise whose marriage announcement to Erin Yavener was in the New
York Times in 2015. Yavener is another Jewish name. The couple were married by Rabbi Bayar.
That gives us enough to go on concerning that question with Bezos. Despite that, no one else on the
internet appears to know Bezos is Jewish. Jew or not Jew tells us he isn’t Jewish. Even Stormfront
denies it. Weird. Why would Stormfront take the time to deny Bezos is Jewish, when he obviously is?
Because Stormfront is also a front.

I also pause to point out the obvious: Steiger is also a Jewish name.

I wanted to watch an interview with Bezos, so I went to youtube, where the first thing that was listed is
a Vanity Fair interview with Walter Isaacson . I couldn’t watch more than a few moments, one because
the interview was so boring, and two because these two people made me immediately nauseous. I don’t
understand how other people fall for this stuff, but maybe they don’t. I’m sure the numbers at youtube
are manufactured, so maybe no one else is clicking on this, and if they are, maybe like me they are
running screaming after a few seconds. Anyway, I wanted to remind you who this Walter Isaacson is.
He is one of the Jewish bigwigs who runs everything, especially in the media. We saw him recently in
my paper on Steve Jobs, where we find Isaacson as his biographer and promoter as well. Curious, eh?
In that paper, we discovered he was an editor at TIME, and later CEO of CNN. He is currently CEO of
the Aspen Institute. He is also on the Board of United Airlines, Harvard University, Tulane University,
Bloomberg philanthropies, and the Carnegie Institute for Science. That would seem to be several full-
time jobs, but somehow he still has time to write biographies of Steve Jobs and interview Bezos and so
on. We may assume he is a high-ranking spook, heading several writing committees in Langley, and
that his main job has to do with operation CHAOS. He pushes forward these projects like Jobs and
Bezos, acting as a handler to these people sort of like George Martin did with the Beatles. For, while
Isaacson seems spooky, he doesn’t seem stupid. He keeps his charges on track. This indicates to me
that being CEO of Aspen and on the board of Bloomberg Philanthropies and so on doesn’t take more
than a few minutes a month. That really isn’t surprising, is it, considering that philanthropy is just a
pose to start with. These people steal a million dollars and give back a penny, and giving back the
penny probably doesn’t take long.

Isaacson and the wider media are trying to convince us these people like Bezos are fascinating, but are
they? Even if Bezos had done what they say he did, I don’t think I could care less. He founded
Amazon and has billions of dollars. So what? Is Amazon.com fascinating as a subject? Am I missing
something? I find it about as fascinating and intellectually stimulating as WalMart. It is a big online
store. I don’t see the genius involved. Why is this guy being interviewed? Why was he TIME’s Man
of the Year? You might as well interview the guy who runs the dime store. And since the first
interview with Bezos years ago was a big yawn, why keep going back? Does everyone think he is
eventually going to get around to saying something poignant? He isn’t. We have seen millions of
businessmen interviewed over the years, and not one has ever said anything that would break a snooze.
Anyway, it looks to me like Bezos is just another rich boy from the families, chosen as the face for the
Amazon project. Just as Zuckerberg is the face for the Facebook project, and Musk is the face for the
Tesla/SpaceX projects, and Jobs was the face of the Apple project, and Gates is the face of the
Microsoft project, Bezos is the face of the Amazon project. So to understand my argument here, youshould have read my papers on Jobs and Zuckerberg, as well as my paper on Musk. If you don’t do
that, you will think I am way out on a limb here. But I’m not. I’m not flying on intuition or a hunch, I
am progressing on previous research.

All these rich Jewish nerds look and act like the pathetic phonies I used to run across in the art scene,
before I ran screaming. Like art and physics, large parts of big business have been taken over by these
cardboards cut-out geeks who register zero on the charisma scale, zero on the intelligence scale, and
zero on the reality scale. They just aren’t convincing in their roles. About all they seem capable of is
getting their picture taken and reading from the Teleprompter, and most of them can’t even do that
convincingly. I don’t know about you, but I am past believing in any of them. What it looks like to me
is that they are just talentless rich kids who asked Daddy to set them up on camera. They want to be
famous, but they can’t actually do anything, so Daddy has to use them in some ongoing project. The
CIA has lots of projects that need human fronts, and so these rich kids are chosen for the part.
Compare these kids to George Bush, Jr., who—if the world worked on merit—would have been
cleaning pools somewhere. Instead, they set him up as President. That tells you how much value they
put on the role of President. They didn’t even care that he royally screwed up every press conference
and speech: it just didn’t matter. We could say the same of Trump. The screw-ups work as
misdirection, since the media can then talk about that instead of addressing more important issues.
In my opinion, Amazon is another Octopus/CIA company, owned by the trillionaires and also used by
Intel for data collection. Bezos probably has absolutely nothing to do with it, either as a founder or
owner. He is just the front: meaning, he is the guy they tell you owns it and runs it, so they don’t have
to tell you who really does own it and run it. They tell us he is worth 71 billion or so, but I don’t
believe it and you don’t have to, either. You don’t have to believe anything that isn’t believable.
Remember that. Just five or six years ago, they were telling us Bezos was worth only about 18 billion.
Now he is worth 71 billion? So he quadrupled his wealth in five years? Really? In a down market?
While everyone else was going broke, he quadrupled his wealth? I think it is false, but if true you still
shouldn’t “love this guy”. He is either A) a total fraud, or B) a towering crook. Take your pick. I
choose A.

I broke the numbers down for you in my papers on Jobs, Zuckerberg and Musk, showing you why the
given levels of wealth don’t add up. So I am not going to do it again here. Just be advised that Bezos’
entire bio is again a thing of smoke and mirrors.

For instance? For instance, his name has changed. His birth name is Jeff Jorgensen. Why can’t any of
these people exist under their real names? I will be told his stepfather adopted him at age 10, but that
seems to happen an awful lot with these people I research. A person doing research on famous peoplewould come to the conclusion that about 3/4’s of all people are adopted by their stepfathers at some
point. Statistically, that is way off, of course. Probably less than 1% of people are adopted by
stepfathers. Which means that these biographies appear to me to be made up as misdirection. I have
shown much evidence of that with many previous people I have researched, so it is a good assumption.
They need to confuse your mind, so they start by mixing in a bunch of adoptions and step-parents.
They then have parents dying, name changes, and truncated genealogies. Most people see the mess and
give up, just accepting what they are told because it is easier than unwinding the tangle.
At Wikipedia, we are told that Jeff’s maternal ancestors owned very large acreages around Cotulla,
Texas, but we aren’t told who they were. We are told his maternal grandfather was a director of the US
Atomic Energy Commission, but once again aren’t given a name. Since it is scrubbed at Geni as well,
more research is required. We find with some digging this grandfather was Lawrence Preston Gise,
husband of Mattie Strait and son of Lloyd Preston Gise and Rebecca Hall. I trust you are paying
attention, because we already have possible links there to famous Texans Preston Smith, George Strait
and Jerry Hall—who just came up in my last addendum. Rebecca Hall’s mother is Henrietta Trammell,
which may link us to Trammell Crow. Rebecca’s father is Thomas Hall, who is the grandson of Col.
John Gladden King of Gonzales, TX. Which takes us just where I figured we were going when I saw
the name Cotulla. I am from Texas, so when I see mentioned “large landholders in south Texas”, I
automatically think of the King Ranch. Turns out, Jeff may come from these Kings. We are told Bezos
owns a huge ranch in West Texas, but Cotulla isn’t in West Texas. It is in South Texas, 60 miles south
of San Antonio. It isn’t part of the current King Ranch, but the Kings used to own or run most of Texas
below San Antonio. It looks like maybe they still do, under different names.

And who are these Kings? Geni doesn’t tell us, since the given history of Bezos’ family ends with Col.
King in around 1813. We are told he came from SC, but nothing else. More digging turns up bupkis,
other than that Gladden was his mother’s name. But we may assume these Kings are related to the
Kings I have already outed in previous papers, including my paper on F. Scott Fitzgerald. Scott’s first
flame is given as Ginevra King, remember, daughter of billionaire Charles Garfield King of Chicago.
We also found that Fitzgerald author Aaron Latham of Spur, TX, was the grandson of Sarah King. I
hadn’t thought to link Aaron Latham of Texas to the King Ranch, Texas, but I should have.
I also researched the Kings in my paper on C. S. Lewis. Remember, his fake mother with whom he
lived for 33 years was Jane King Askins. This ties in here, because the King Ranch was co-founded by
Kings and Lewises. Gideon Lewis was a co-founder. Another co-founder was Mifflin Kenedy from
Pennsylvania. They misspell that to break the link to the Kennedys, but of course they were related.
Mifflin was from Pennsylvania and was a Quaker, so we have red flags everywhere once again. I will
have to research this Kenedy later, since it would swamp this paper.

I have shown previously that the Kings are also related to the Garfields, the Chases, the Rockwells, the
Alsops, and more recently the Emanuels (think Rahm and Ari Emanuel). I show you all the links in
my paper on Fitzgerald. So this is where Jeff Bezos probably comes from.

I couldn’t make the link to him from the direction of Col. King, so let’s try from the direction of Charles

Garfield King of Chicago. His ancestors come from Northampton, MA, and before that from
Northhampton, England. We find them connected to the Kelloggs, the Pitts and the Rhodes . Some of
these Kings ended up in Lincoln, Nebraska. Others ended up in Georgia (see the brothers Thomas
Butler King and Stephen Clay King). But any link to SC has been scrubbed at Geni.com.
Before I try again on that problem, you may be interested to know that I can link Bezos to Musk in arather curious way. I have shown that Bezos is a King. The director of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight
Center from 2003-2009 was David King. During the same years, the director of NASA was Mike
Griffin. Griffin also worked for In-Q-Tel (CIA) and later worked with Musk. So we have just a couple
of degrees of separation. Also interesting is that David King is from South Carolina, having graduated
from U. of South Carolina.

I will be told this is all beside the point, since the King Ranch wasn’t founded by Col. King. It was
founded by Richard King. The problem with that is that Richard King has no genealogy. At Geni and
Wiki, he has no parents. His wife, however, has ancestors that go back to Plymouth, MA. And his
daughter married a Kleberg. Does that name look Jewish to you? It should, since his maternal
grandmother was a Sachs. Not surprisingly, she is scrubbed, with no parents given. Her husband is
also scrubbed, although his name is given as von Roede. Curiously, a search on “von Roede Jewish”
takes us first to a page at Wikipedia on Jewish Royalty, where we find the Austrian Barons von Rede.
Although we aren’t told where the name Rede came from, this family is related to the Rosenberg
banking family, as well as the von Kaullas—also ennobled Jews of Austria. The von Kaulla family
owned the Bank of Wurttemberg.

Wow. If you aren’t shaking your head, you don’t have a neck. The other link for von Roede is just as
interesting. It takes us to a Wiki page in Germany, which we have to translate. The von Rodes were
Landgraves in Marburg. This reminds us that von Roede is probably a variant of Rhodes, which
already came up in this paper. See above, where the Kings in Massachusetts in the 1700s married with
the Rhodes. Now we find the Kings in Texas marrying with the von Roedes. Coincidence? I doubt it.
You are free to come to your own conclusions, but to me it looks like Richard King was a son or
nephew of Col. King, and that they both come from the Kings of Massachusetts. We weren’t able to
link them through South Carolina, but we finally linked them through Rhodes/von Roede.

And for those saying the Kings of King Ranch couldn’t have been Jewish, note not only the
genealogical evidence I have shown you going way back, also remember the more recent evidence with
Bezos. Bezos is a Pollack and a Gise, and he now owns part of what used to be the extended King
Ranch. His ancestors ARE Kings, and they admit that. So he probably didn’t buy these fragments or
extensions of the old King Ranch, it looks like he inherited them.

More evidence comes from the scrubbed bio of Richard King, which still has residue on it I can read.
We are told he was a jeweler’s apprentice in New York City at a young age. They should have scrubbed
that and now probably will, since it tells us he was very likely Jewish. Most jewelers in NYC were
Jewish. Like textiles and banking, it is a famous Jewish trade.

[Addendum March 12, 2017: My reader and guest author Kevin did some more research on the Kings
and sent it in. Max and Crystal Eastman descend from the Kings of Massachusetts and Southern
England. {This links us to many prominent Eastmans such as George Eastman of Eastman/Kodak and
Linda Eastman (wife of Paul McCartney). Also Linda's father Lee Eastman, born Leopold Epstein,
lawyer not only for McCartney, but also for modern artist Willem de Kooning. It also links us to
Joseph Bartlett Eastman, son of Lucy King. And he links us to current artist Bo Bartlett, who I have
been trying to figure out for years. It also links us to Max Eastman, who we saw in my paper on
Eugene Debs.} Roger Eastman married Margaret King and Josiah Chapin married Mary King. The
Eastman and Chapin lines include names like: Ephraim, Benjamin, Abihue, Samuel and Elijah. Max
and Crystal's parents served as pastors at the church of Thomas Beecher. Beecher was a close friend of
Mark Twain and married him to Olivia Langdon Clemens. Through his parents, Max also became
acquainted in his youth with Twain. The Liberator was a monthly socialist magazine established byMax Eastman and his sister Crystal Eastman in 1918. The publication was an organ of the Communist
Party of America. Their mother was Annis Bertha Ford. Social work pioneer and journal editor Paul
Kellogg offered Crystal Eastman her first job. Crystal's son Jeffrey Eastman Fuller was an OSS field
operative, serving in the Research and Analysis Branch of the U.S.S.R. Division in Washington, Berlin,
and Central Europe. Fuller was discharged from the Army in June 1946 with the rank of Major, but
continued to serve as a Major in the reserve, where he specialized in psychological warfare. {This
links us not only to the CIA, but to the Fullers like Margaret and Buckminster.}]

But back to Bezos. His stepfather is also a pile of red flags. This Miguel Bezos is supposed to be a
Cuban immigrant who became an engineer at Exxon. That links us to Standard Oil, of course. I don’t
think I have ever done research on famous people that didn’t lead to Standard Oil. A person researching
famous people would come to the conclusion that about 3/4’s of all people ever born work at some
point for Standard Oil. But of course the statistics don’t support that, either, making it a huge red flag.

Although Bezos’ degree was allegedly in computer science, he went to work after graduation for
Bankers Trust. He then went to work for D. E. Shaw, a large hedge fund company. That doesn’t make
much sense. At age 30, while driving cross-country, he supposedly came up with the business model
for Amazon. In one way, that is believable, since it isn’t like nobody had ever thought of a mail-order
business before. But in this case it was web-order. As with the founding of Facebook and the idea of
social networking, it doesn’t take a genius to come up with the idea for a web-order business. In fact, in both cases many people beat them to the idea.

The section on the founding of Amazon is paper-thin on Bezos’ Wiki page, so for more information we
go to Amazon’s own page. Again, almost nothing. So we go to the “timeline of Amazon” page. Again,
almost no useful information on how or why Amazon flourished. The one thing we do discover—that
Amazon started out selling only books—is a head-scratcher. Were book sales on the rise in 1994? No,
just the opposite. Books sales have been in a steep decline for decades, and if it weren’t for Harry
Potter and Oprah books, new book sales would be near-zero now. By 1990, Trivial Pursuit had
removed its original brown Literature category, since it was considered defunct. Their PR department
likely reported to management it would be like having a category devoted to cobbling or leechcraft.
Besides, Abebooks and Alibris were going online in the same years as Amazon, so Amazon should
have found stiff competition. Since both Abebooks and Alibris outlasted Amazon as a bookseller, we
may assume Amazon didn’t win that war (or at least not until it bought out Abebooks years later in
2008). Beyond that, they admit Amazon didn’t make and “didn’t plan to make a profit for four to five
years”. Really? That’s a great way to pull in investors, right? The old no-profit plan. We are told
Amazon turned its first profit in 2001. So, yes, Bezos is looking like a real genius. A 1994 online
bookstore with a 7-year no-profit plan. Why wouldn’t that score big?

TIME named Bezos Person of the Year in 1999. Wait, let me be sure I get this straight: Bezos—a man
whose company hadn’t made a profit in five years and wouldn’t for another two years—is named
Person of the Year by TIME? And you don’t think these people are toying with your mind?

If you still think Bezos isn’t Jewish, we now go to the Amazon board of directors. Surnames: Alberg,
Gorelick, Rubinstein, and Gordon. Gordon is a partner in Kleiner, Perkins, Caulfield, and Byer. Do I
need to draw you a picture?

So I am not saying these guys like Bezos aren’t rich. Of course they are. They are from the families, sothey are very rich. But their wealth doesn’t arise the way we are told. It probably isn’t distributed the way we are told, either. In other words, I assume these guys are worth a few tens or hundreds of
millions. They are set up in a big house and they have lots of vehicles. They have to, to maintain the
fiction. But all the other billions are funneled elsewhere. If they exist anywhere but on paper, they
exist in the coffers of the top families who actually run these largest companies. And I assume they are
hidden. They may be Rockefellers or Rothschilds (or not), but they almost certainly aren’t these
dweebs like Musk and Bezos. The real governors seem to search the families for the geekiest cousin
they can find and set him up as the poster boy. They see this as the perfect misdirection, for many
reasons.

These rich gay Jewish momma’s boys are chosen specifically for their looks, since that too is part of the
project. It is no accident that all your role models in business are people like this. They want you to
believe that people like this become billionaires, since that totally messes with your mind. While they
are crushing your body with fluoride and GMOs and aspartame and cellphone radiation, they are
crushing your mind with daily contradictions. Watching these squishy guys like Gates, Musk, and
Bezos seem to take over the world of high-tech and finance must short-circuit all rationality. If you
want to advance, you will naturally model yourself after those you see advancing. But if you model
yourself after these guys, you will be guaranteed not to advance. Which is fine by them, because it
means they won’t have to compete with you.

So you see, it is all part of the emasculation project, which is a subset of the CHAOS project. They
suppress you with confusion, drugs, and bad information, so that you have no hope of advancing past a
certain level. And if, like me, you come knocking on doors nonetheless—having skirted the drugs and
bad info—they then just lock the door and pretend no one is home. Since they own all the markets,
they know you can’t advance in any major market without their permission. Without market support,
they figure you will die on the vine in short order. This is the way they maintain hegemony.
Remember, it is all about money with these people. They don’t see the world like I see it. When the
Muses asked me early on if I would rather be a real artist, but poor, or a fake artist, but rich, I choose the former. I wanted to become an artist in order to create beautiful works, not to get rich. That’s what being an artist meant to me, and it still does. I didn’t admire Raphael or Van Dyck or whomever because they were rich. I admired their paintings. They aren’t famous now because they were rich. They are famous because they created real works of art. And when I got involved in physics, it was the same. I wanted to do real physics, not just collect a paycheck.

But these people in the families aren’t like that. They look at people like me as aliens, or as another
species. What I just said doesn’t register with them. I know, because I have worked with some of them
(in the galleries). I have seen them look at me in wonder. They can’t figure out what I am up to. Theythink I am running some con on them, preparing to unleash some kind of financial reverse-whammy on
them, picking their pockets while their guard is down. It never occurs to them that I am serious.
This is why they have destroyed art, literature, science and everything else. Those things really don’t
mean anything to them, except as potential commodities. I have never seen any real evidence they are
Satanists, but I have seen lots of evidence with my own eyes that they are fatally shallow, unable to
appreciate anything with depth. In my first field of art, they admit it. I have seen many top gallery
owners admit in print they don’t care anything about art, and heard many more admit it in person.
They see art only as easy money. Likewise in physics, where we have seen top physicists admitting
that physics means nothing to them. They are only interested in a shallow heuristics. If that. I suspect
they too are only interested in money, or appearing on camera.

More broadly, it has always looked to me like the governors want you think they are Satanists, because
as Satanists they would actually be far more interesting than they really are. But this is just a
Halloween costume they like to dress up in, because it makes them look like they have a personality.
They are so devoid of all imagination, they can’t think of anything but to scare you. That is the extent
of their creativity.

I leave open the possibility there may exist some interesting people hidden away somewhere on this
planet, but I have yet to meet them or hear of them. The rich and influential people I have met have not
been the most interesting, but the least. Hanging with them has always been like eating plastic fruit,
and I would rather spend time with my cats. Which is what I do.

This is because I have found by long experience that not only do these people have nothing interesting
to say, they will allow nothing interesting to be said. As a child, I remember being able to enthrall just about any audience with my observations, but that all ended at about age 12. It wasn’t that my stories became less interesting: in fact, I believe they have become more and more interesting as time has passed. What changed is my audience. While children are pure enough to be enthralled by a true story,
most adults are not. Most adults don’t want to hear anything they haven’t already heard on TV.
Teenagers are heavily groomed by culture, and they are entertained only by those who can mimic the
major entertainers and forms. Although I could do that as a young man, I didn’t find it entertaining for
myself. Beyond a certain age, I was no longer interested in aping Steve Martin or Robin Williams or
whoever was in the news. In short, I grew up. I needed more from my entertainment than a few
shallow jokes. I like comedy routines and sports, but only as a sidelight in my downtime. For my main
courses, I need to feed on something more substantial.

Most adults no longer grow up. They are stuck at the level of comedy routines and sports. They are
groomed by long custom to remain at this level. If you get beyond those categories, your audience is
lost. They look at you a like time traveller from the 19 th century. You might as well be wearing a
powdered wig and buckles on your shoes. If you say anything interesting, they will ignore it as if it
wasn’t said. This happens to me everytime I go out (which isn’t often anymore). I still try to be
interesting, but it doesn’t fly. So almost the only time I speak out now is in these papers. I have my
say, entertain myself mightily, and possibly reach a few adults who retain that child inside.

I find the stories I have told you and myself over the past years far more interesting than any history or fiction, and not just because my stories are true. My stories are more interesting because they contain a complexity that is unmanufactured. While they have some similarities to Sherlock Holmes mysteries, they make Sherlock Holmes mysteries look like grocery lists. I unlock more mysteries in one long paper than Holmes did in his entire career. And while Holmes’ mysteries are both trivial and fictional,mine are neither.

That closing was a bit of a diversion, but I will let it stand. I find it, too, entertaining, and you may as well. If not, the historians may get something from it later.

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