Born in Zürich, Switzerland in 1949, Henry Makow is a Canadian writer recognized for his unique advice column, “Ask Henry”.
This initiative began when Makow was just 11, offering insights from a child’s perspective on parenting.
His adept writing and common sense resonated with readers, leading to syndication in 40 newspapers across Canada and the US from 1961 to 1964.
The success of “Ask Henry” culminated in a published collection of these interactions.
Building on this achievement, Makow created a new column, “Henry Asks”, aimed at teenagers in 1966.
His engagement with audiences extended to television appearances on programs like “To Tell the Truth” and “What’s My Line”.
Later, Makow developed a board game called “Scruples” in 1985, continuing his exploration of ethical questions, echoing his enduring passion for the question-and-answer format.
Below you will find some of the best quotes by Henry Makow.
Henry Makow Quotes and Sayings from Illuminati
Paradoxically, when females reject the male, they usurp the masculine role and abandon the feminine one. ~ Henry Makow.
Judaism is not a religion. At best, it is a racial credo, designed to maintain racial cohesion, in this case the Khazar bloodlines. ~ Henry Makow.
The only excuse for self indulgence is to learn that the objects we crave are overrated and don’t satisfy our hunger, which is spiritual. ~ Henry Makow.
While men define themselves by deeds, women simply “are” beauty, grace, faith and goodness. Men tend to be rational and objective, women subjective, intuitive and emotional. ~ Henry Makow.
Best Henry Makow Quotes
Women are “hypergamous.” This means they seek men of higher status than themselves. Even the most ardent heterosexual feminist only can love someone more powerful than she. Needless to say the higher she rises, the slimmer the pickings. ~ Henry Makow.
Christianity is a spiritual discipline. It posits two orders, 1.) a higher moral order (otherworldly or spiritual) associated with the soul and eternal life, and 2.) a lower material or instinctual order associated with this world and the body. ~ Henry Makow
Feminism is lesbian in the sense that lesbians have always hated the female role and coveted the male role. It is based on Marxist notions of “equality” and class conflict that have no relevance to mystical and biological phenomenon such as love. ~ Henry Makow
The bankers’ Satanic Conspiracy is the source of anti Semitism. The sooner Jews rise up to oppose it; the sooner anti-Semitism will end.. Obviously, many Christians are involved. When I criticize Rockefeller, no one says anything about ‘anti-Christianism.’ ~ Henry Makow
For them, sophistication consists in trampling on whatever scrap of innocence, decorum or human dignity remains in society. They are perpetually at war with “repression” earnestly indulging every sexual urge and pointing at their toilet accidents like proud toddlers. ~ Henry Makow.
Top Henry Makow Quotes
As Jewish historian Yuri Slezkine noted, modernity has turned us all into Jews. (“The Jewish Century,” 2004.) Modernism is the dysfunction that results from making oneself God. Modern man is the Jew, the heretic, the anti-hero, alienated from God, society and paradoxically himself. He lives in a self-created reality divorced from truth. ~ Henry Makow
The Illuminati bankers rule the world through debt, which is money they create out of nothing. They need world government to ensure no country defaults or tries to overthrow them. As long as private bankers, instead of governments, create money the human race is doomed. These bankers and their allies have bought everything and everyone. ~ Henry Makow
According to Miller, the goals of the Illuminati (Communism and the NWO) were the destruction of Christianity, monarchies, nation-states (in favor of their world government or “internationalism”), the abolition of family ties and marriage by means of promoting homosexuality and promiscuity; the end of inheritance and private property; and the suppression of any collective identity in the spurious name of “universal human brotherhood,” i.e. “diversity.” ~ Henry Makow.