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Diamonds are not a girl’s best friend.

Posted by on Oct 13, 2015 | 0 comments

Attention: Hugh Hefner I understand from the media blitz going on right now that full nudity will be a thing of the past in your print magazine. At 89 you might not care. The true story, Diamonds are not a girl’s best friend, would however, shock Marilyn Monroe to her core and cause her to think twice before unrobing without first demanding a King’s Ransom, but then there would be no guarantee she wouldn’t be “put to the question”. Platinum King, German-American Charles W. Engelhard Jr. didn’t own TIME MAGAZINE when they published his story on January 27, 1961, titled, Corporations: South Africa Invader but he had enough influence to shut their doors if they got one word wrong with what he wanted printed, including the line, “All this has earned him a title he hates: the Platinum King.” No one ever crossed The Platinum King because he had every politician on the left, right and in-between bought; and those he didn’t win over with his untraceable diamond bribes he would send in his Cavalry In Arms [CIA] which was rare because he simply had his US President make the necessary, and mostly inappropriate call. You cannot keep a secret from the people you are bullying who know that you show your weakness when...

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The Diamond Invention book

Posted by on Oct 10, 2015 | 0 comments

PROLOGUE: THE DIAMOND INVENTION PROLOGUE: THE DIAMOND INVENTION In Japan, the matrimonial custom had survived feudal revolutions, world wars, industrialization and even the American occupation. Up until the mid-196os, Japanese parents arranged proper marriages for their children through trusted ‘intermediaries. The ceremony was then consummated, according to Shinto law, by the bride and groom both drinking rice wine from the same wooden bowl. This simple arrangement had persisted for more than a millennium. There was no tradition for romance, courtship, seduction and prenuptial love in Japan; and no tradition that required the gift of a diamond engagement ring. Then, in 1967, halfway around the world, a South African diamond company decided to change the Japanese courtship ritual. It retained J. Walter Thompson, the largest advertising agency in the world, to embark on a campaign to popularize diamond engagement rings in Japan. It was not an easy task. Even the quartering of millions of American soldiers in Japan for a decade had not resulted in any substantial Japanese interest in giving diamonds as a token of love. The advertising agency began its campaign by subtly suggesting that diamonds were a visible sign of modern Western values. It created a series of color advertisements in Japanese magazines showing very beautiful women displaying their diamond rings. The...

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Smuts – “I’m a wild African, not a civilized American” Out of Office: “THE MUTINY HAS BEGUN”

Posted by on Oct 6, 2015 | 0 comments

From: Gary S Gevisser <gevisser> Date: November 2, 2010 5:16:29 PM PDT To: “Mr Ohm Collins Chabane – South African Ministry in The Presidency: Performance Monitoring, Evaluation and Administration in The Presidency” <minister>, “Dr. Nkosazana Clarice Dlamini-Zuma – Ministry of Home Affairs” <minister>, mike, Richard Masenyani Baloyi – South African Minister of Public Service & Administration <lebohangm>, harold, Dr Siyabonga Cyprian Cwele – Ministry of State Security <bdube>, abednigo, Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki – Former President of South Africa <louis>...

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Corporations: South African Invader

Posted by on Oct 5, 2015 | 0 comments

TIME MAGAZINE January 27, 1961 Operating out of an unpretentious brick building in Newark, surrounded by New Jersey’s malodorous swamps, Charles W. Engelhard, 43, has built himself into one of the most powerful businessmen in South Africa. Last week came his biggest breakthrough: the diamond-and gold-mining aristocracy, headed by Harry Oppenheimer’s De Beers companies, included him in the formation of a giant, $285.6 million investment company, the largest that has ever set up to develop South African industry. The...

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MeNsh of the world

Posted by on Sep 28, 2015 | 0 comments

From: Marie Dion <mariedion1> Subject: MeNsh of the world Date: September 25, 2015 at 4:44:21 PM PDT To: NYShowroom Cc: rest; Keisha Whitaker – Actress Model wife of Forest Whitaker – Facebook freind of Gary S. Gevisser” <kbabies1>, “Zena Badash-Ash Gevisser Zulman [May 30 1929 – ] c/o Arnold Pollak” <arnold>, “Deborah Sturman Esq – Inspired by Zena Badash-Ash Gevisser Zulman, played pivotal role in collecting billions of $ from remnants of Germany’s military machine during WW II, but...

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