Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Catherine Mayer

Catherine MayerNot to be confused with the less distinguished wife of a former ambassador who shares the same Christian name and a similar surname, this “Jewish high achiever” is the editor at large of TIME and wrote Amortality: The Pleasures and Perils of Living Agelessly in 2011. Mayer holds dual U.S. and British citizenship and is marred to Andy Gill, the founding guitarist of post-punk band Gang of Four.

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  1. The editor at large of “Time” encourages the young people not to vote in general elections, and advocates revolution and anarchy.
    Obviously not, Catherine Mayer is a smart and intelligent woman, and knows her place in this world. Those that advocate revolution are extremely wealthy, and have the financial ability to relocate to any destination in the world, should their actions result in Britain becoming a wasteland. Marie Antoinette said ” If you can’t give them bread, give them cake” She did not mean it. Do you think they do?

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