Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Heminway was a propaganda writer used to help creating the program Modernism in the art scene and to push the transgender agenda. He married Hadley Richardson, Pauline Pfeiffer, Martha Gellhorn, Mary Welsh (Daily Express, Time). He was a friend of Maxwell Perkins (Boston elite) and Nancy Cudard (friend of Aleister Crowley and Aldous Huxley). His mistress Slim Keith was used in Harper's Bazaar, married to Howard Hayward, was part of the social circle of Truman Capote. He was a friend of WB Yeats (HOGD).

He played a role in the modernist art scene of Paris with Gertrude Stein, Archibald MacLeash (S&B), Pablo Picasso (Paul Rosenberg as patron), Ezra Pound, Harold Loeb (elite family Loeb, related to Guggenheim), Guillaume Apollinaire, Paul Cézanne, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Francis Picabia, Henri Matisse, Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ambroise Vollard, Bernard Berenson  in Montmartre and Montparnasse (associated with the cult of Dionysus, Bohemian culture, in alliance with a similar project in Greenwich Village).

He was published by Black Sun Press (Harry and Caresse Crosby of Boston elite, related to JP Morgan, friends of Buckminster Fuller and Salvador Dali) which also published publishes DH Lawrence, Archibald MacLeish (S&B), James Joyce, Ezra Pound, Oscar Wilde, Lewis Carroll, Pablo Picasso, Henry Miller, Anais Nin, George Grosz.

He published in The Little Review of Jane Heap (Greenwich Village, student of George Gurdjieff) with Ezra Pound, TS Eliot, Emma Goldman, Marcel Duchamps, James Joyce, André Breton, Gertrude Stein).  He also published in The Paris Review with Samuel Beckett, Vladimir Nabokov, Ezra Pound, Terry Southern,...

He worked as a journalist for the North American Newspaper Alliance (NANA) during the Spanish Civil War. The NANA also employed F Scott Fitzgerald, George Schuyler (NAACP, JBS) and Zionist Dorothy Thompson. MI6 agent George Orwell also reported on the Spanish Civil War.

He attended the Second International Writers' Congress with André Malraux, Pablo Neruda and MI6 agent Stephen Spender.

He wrote the screenplay of anti-fascist movie The Spanish Earth (1937) with John Dos Passos and Virgil Thomson (friend of Gertrude Stein, ties to Mormon Church), narrated by Orson Welles and Jean Renoir (son of painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir), financed by Archibald MacLeish, Frederic March and Dorothy Parker Rothschild (Hollywood Anti-Nazi League). The film was promoted by Franklin Roosevelt at the White House.

In 1938 he visited China.

He lived in Florida (friend of John Dos Passos) and Cuba.

Martha Gellhorn was educated at Bryn Mawr College and wrote for The New Republic of Walter Lippmann, United Press, Vogue and Collier's (F Scott Fitzgerald, Roald Dahl, Kurt Vonnegut, JD Salinger, Winston Churchill, Joseph Barbara) of Harry Payne Whitney (S&B). She was a friend of Eleanor Roosevelt.

In 1940 he wrote For Whom the Bell Tolls with Francisco Franco as character.

He was awarded the Pullitzer Prize.

He wrote propaganda  for Max Eastman's Marxist magazines The Liberator and The New Masses (Communist Party USA) with John Dos Passos, Dorothy Rothschild, Eugene O'Neill, Ralph Ellison, Upton Sinclair, Whittaker Chambers and Granville Hicks (The New School).

In 1943 Paramount Pictures released a film version of For Whom the Bell Tolls with Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman.

He wrote propaganda for Collier's during the Normandy landings of WW2. His son Jack had Gertrude Stein as godmother and worked for the OSS (pre-CIA). He was held at Moosberg Prison Camp in Bavaria.

In 1949 he promoted Nelson Algren's book The Man with the Golden Arm, set in mind control center Federal Medical Center in Lexington Kentucky.

Warner Bros made a film version of The Old Man and the Sea with Spencer Tracy.

John Frankenheimer made a tv play of For Whom the Bell Tolls for CBS with Jason Robards, Eli Wallach and Sydney Pollack.

In 1960 he was treated with electroshocks (used in MK Ultra) at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota.

John Cassavetes (Rosemary's Baby) and Ronald Reagan played in The Killers (1961).

A Moveable Feast was released by Jonathan Cape posthumously with references to Aleister Crowley.

His granddaughter Margaux Hemingway was a model used in the fashion industry (Elle, Harper's Bazaar) and Time. She was used in the Studio 54 scene of Andy Warhol and Mick Jagger.

His granddaughter Mariel Hemingway played in Manhattan (1979 UA) of Woody Allen with Meryl Streep and Diane Keaton.

Margaux and Mariel both claimed to have been sexually abused by their father Jack Hemingway. They played in rape movie Lipstick (1976) of Paramount with Chris Sarandon (husband of Susan Sarandon). Mariel played in Personal Best (gay-transgender agenda), produced by David Geffen and Superman IV Quest for Peace with Gene Hackman and Margot Kidder. She posed for Playboy and played Playboy model Dorothy Stratten (Wizard of Oz programming) in Star 80 with Eric Roberts. She worked with Rodney Yee to promote yoga. Her daughter Dree Hemingway also posed for Harper's Bazaar and Playboy.

Margaux was associated with Fabergé, Francesco Scavullo (Cosmopolitan of Hearst), the Revlon family and played in Killer Fish (Lew Grade's ITC) with Karen Black, Over the Brooklyn Bridge with Shelley Winters. She was treated at Betty Ford Center and committed suicide on 7/1/1996 (birthday of Diana).

His son Gregory (Gloria) Hemingway was used to push the transgender agenda. Norman Mailer wrote a preface for Papa a Personal Memoir.

The Ritz Paris is a location in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises, has a Hemingway Bar and played a role in the Diana Spencer sacrifice ritual.

born 7/21/1899, date Marshall McLuhan, Robin Williams, Charlotte Gainsbourg. died 7/2/1961, day after birth Diana.

Hemingway in pop culture

1946 The Killers Edmund O'Brien Burt Lancaster Ava Gardner
1952 The Snows of Kilimanjaro Ava Gardner Gregory Peck

1993 Wrestling Ernest Hemingway Robert Duvall

2011 Midnight in Paris Corey Stoll as Hemingway Woody Allen Owen Wilson Rachel McAdams Adrien Brody as Dali Carla Bruni.

2012 Hemingway and Gellhorn Clive Owen Nicole Kidman  Mark Pellegrino Parker Posey Peter Coyote Lars Ulrich as Joris Ivens.

Barbara Kopple's documentary about Mariel Hemingway Running from Crazy was promoted by the Oprah Winfrey Network. Barabara Kopple worked with Bijou Philips and directed HBO series Oz.

2016 Genius Dominic West as Hemingway Laura Linney Nicole Kidman Colin Firth Guy Pearce Jude Law.

Peter Coyote, Meryl Streep and Jeff Daniels worked on documentary Hemingway.