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Congresswoman Clare Boothe Luce and Continuing The War On The Church

Written by on October 2, 2021

Now, we introduce you to Luce’s wife, Clare Boothe Luce

If you thought Mr. Luce was a piece of work and piece of dirt, you haven’t seen nothing yet.

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  1. France Driscoll   On   October 13, 2021 at 12:53 pm

    Walter Lippmann, besides Skull & Crossbones, William Randolph Hearst (both I & II) were his big guns.

    My grandfather was eyewitness to this relationship from time of Coolidge Presidency thru reign of Pope Pius XII.

  2. Roberta   On   October 13, 2021 at 2:04 pm

    Thank you both for this series! In the U.S., the common pronunciation is “loose” for Luce.

    Claire Booth Luce is highly esteemed among the H’wood elites. She’s praised to the skies. Her play “The Women” was a smash hit and so is the 1939 film version. It was directed by George Cukor. I watch it every time it’s on Turner Classic Movies (TCM). Ted Turner hates people, probably built the Georgia Guidestones, wants most of the population dead, and is a Bilderberger. The hosts on TCM decry the fate of the Hollywood Ten to this day. Every time a film is broadcast that is either written by or directed by one of these commies, a host will instruct viewers about the injustice of it all. Insufferable.

    The film portrays the ease of divorce among the wealthy socialites. Since the lockdown, my husband and I have watched countless and very good star-studded films from the 1930’s up to and including the 1960’s. Within the main plot of those films is the subplot: the ease of divorce. They cleverly planted the idea, a form of mind control.

    So, thanks to taking the red pill, I’m keen to watch for The Plan to subvert the West within these films. In case your readers want to know more about H’wood and the communists, I suggest “The Devil’s Pleasure Palace: The Cult of Critical Theory and The Subversion of the West” by Michael Walsh. Also, a book I haven’t read, yet, “Red Star Over Hollywood: The Film Colony’s Long Romance With The Left” by Ronald Radosh. (He has lectures on YT.)

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