Maurice Girodias

Maurice Girodias was a French publisher and secret service agent, used to normalise pedophilia and gay-transgender agenda (the sodomy religion of Aleister Crowley). His father was Jack Kahane (jewish, Romanian descent) and his mother Catholic. In 1934 he attended Theosophical Society lectures of Krishnamurti as a friend of Postel du Mas and Jeanne Canudo (secret society Les Veilleurs or the Watchers of René Adolph Schwaller de Lubicz).

In 1953 he rebranded Obelisk Press (obelisk=cult of Baal, publisher of DH Lawrence) of his father as Olympia Press.

Olympia Press published Marquis de Sade, John Wilmot (court of Charles II Stuart), Jean Cocteau (Dada, Surrealism), Oscar Wilde, CIA agent William Burroughs, Vladimir Nabokov, Alexander Trocchi, Robert Desmond (movie with Richard Attenborough and movie with Steve McQueen and Donald Pleasance), JP Donleavy (promoted by Norman Pohoretz of Commentary, married to Midge Decter Rosenthal), jesuit James Joyce, Henry Miller, Samuel Beckett, Jean Genet, Frank Harris (magazine with Fabians GB Shaw and HG Wells), Anne Declos (Histoire D'O, adapted into a film of Kenneth Anger), Terry Southern (friend of JP Sartre),...

Anne Declos was the partner of Jean Paulhan, member of the Académie Française and communist and feminist Edith Thomas.

Vladimir Nabokov worked with WH Auden and Michael Josselson of the CFF at the Morale Operations of the O.S.S. (later CIA). His cousin Nikolaj Nabokov also worked for the CCF, the Ballets Russes, Aspen Institute and was a friend of Igor Stravinsky and Isaiah Berlin. His book Lolita was praised by Mary McCarthy of CIA front ACCF to push the pedophilia agenda and adapted into a film by Stanley Kubrick.

Henry Miller was educated at CCNY.

Jean Genet pushed the gay agenda and was promoted by JP Sartre and Pablo Picasso. He worked with Angela Davis and the Black Panthers. His stage The Blacks was performed in NY in 1961 with James Earl Jones, Cicely Tyson, Roscoe Lee Browne (Omega Psi Phi), and Maya Angelou.

Alexander Trocchi published a magazine with writings of Henry Miller, Samuel Beckett, George Plimpton and Pablo Neruda. He was used to push the gay agenda and like Burroughs, to normalise heroin addiction. He was a friend of Norman Mailer, Michael Hollingshead and Leonard Cohen. He was a member of the Letterist International (successor of Dada) with Zionist Isidor Goldstein (program Modernism) and Marxist Guy Lebord. His novel Young Adam was adapted into a film with Ewan McGregor and Tilda Swinton. In 1968 he appeared in short film Cain's Film (child of Lucifer), with RD Laing (Tavistock) and William Burroughs.

Anaïs Nin pushed the gay-lesbian agenda and played Astarte in Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome of Kenneth Anger with Samson de Brier, Curtis Harrington and Marjorie Cameron. She practiced psychoanalysis with Sigmund Freud's colleague Otto Rank.

Samuel Beckett was educated at Portora Royal School like Oscar Wilde and worked with the Tavistock Institute.

Terry Southern wrote The Magic Christian (adapted into a movie with Ringo Starr, Laurence Harvey and Roman Polanski) and the screenplay of Stanley Kubrick's Dr Strangelove or How I Stopped Worrying and Love the Bomb. He was part of the Beatnik scene of Greenwich Village with Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg. In 1964 he moved to LA and worked with Dennis Hopper. He worked on Don't Make Waves with Sharon Tate, Barbarella with Jane Fonda and Casino Royale of John Huston. He was present at the 1968 Democratic Convention media stunt with Abbie Hoffman. He appeared in Burroughs: the Movie.

Terry Southern worked with Mason Hoffenberg (The New School), who lived in Greenwich Village with James Baldwin (gay agenda, multiculti agenda) and also in Swinging London. Hoffenberg also used heroin.

Girodias published the anti-men pamphlet SCUM Manifesto of Valerie Salanas (the Feminist Church, Greenwich Village, assassination ritual of Andy Warhol).


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