It’s been 54 years since the Plain Dealer shared news about Christmas being the symbolic birth date of Jesus the Christ

It's past time for the Plain Dealer's anti-semitic private owners, editors and reporters to acknowledge and respect that Christianity is the religion embraced by the majority of the Cleveland area's inhabitants

CLEVELAND, OH – There are adults living in the Cleveland area who have forgotten the annual Plain Dealer news stories about Jesus the Christ on and around Christmas since the newspaper’s name-changing Russian owner cancelled the Christian leader’s presence from their private and family-owned newspaper in 1968. For Plain Dealer readers born after 1967 it’s as if Christmas on December 25th never existed as the symbolic birthday of Jesus on the newspaper’s pages. 

George Cornell was the newspaper’s religion writer and December 24, 1966 is the last time his byline appeared on a Plain Dealer story about Jesus.   After that date stories about December 25th being the symbolic date of Jesus’s birth would not ever be seen again in the Plain Dealer or on its website.  Christianity was editorially cancelled.

If you were not reading newspapers before 1966 then this December 24, 1966 story about Jesus the Christ in the Plain Dealer looks outof place. So do all the Christian church advertisements. Notice that in 1966 the Plain Dealer story about Jesus the Christ is on the religious page. The newspaper was purchased by a Russian alien zionist in 1967 and his last story about Jesus was placed on a crime page.  You’ll see it in the next image.

Stories about Jesus the Christ, like those written by Cornell, had been an annual Plain Dealer reality since 1842. Since 1968, and even on Advance’s website, the celebration of Christmas as the birthdate of Jesus the Christ has been offensively-replaced by “Seasons Greetings” and “Happy Holidays.”   The play “Jesus Christ Superstar” is the only reference to the Jewish carpenter that comes up in a keyword search for Jesus Christ

The Plain Dealer’s headlines now boldly proclaim “Happy Hanukkah” and announce the opening of “Purim” as its Russian zionist owners elevate their Jewish religion while suppressing that of greater Cleveland’s Christian and non-Eastern European majority.  Make an observation about the editorial religious shift and its anti-Christian editors derisively label the speaker as an “anti-semite.”  

The Plain Dealer’s editorial crucifixtion of Jesus the Christ came when an anti-Christian, anti-Muslim and anti-semitic Russian alien named Solomon Isadore Neuhaus purchased the newspaper in March 1967 for $54.7 million.  Neuhaus by then had modified his name to Samuel Irving Newhouse, Sr. to “Anglicize” it.  He was an avowed zionist.

The year Newhouse purchased the Plain Dealer an unbylined story was published about a Berea pastor describing Jesus as a “Godly inn keeper” on December 20, 1967 and that was it.  It’s been 54 years since the Plain Dealer’s publishers and editors have associated Christmas with the birth of a majority Christian nation’s leading spiritual figure; and 2021 is expected to be no different.  Christianity along with Islam are semitic religions that apparently offends the late Newhouse’s descendants and dwindling staff of editorial marketers masquerading as reporters.

An image of Jesus the Christ was out of the question in 1967 when the Plain Dealer featured its last story about the Christian saviour around the time of his symbolic date of birth on a crime, obituary and politics page.

Offending the area’s Protestant Christian majority by eliminating Jesus the Christ or “Yeshua” from Christmas was an ignorant and business-killing act of culture-cancelling religious supremacy on the part of the Plain Dealer’s name-changing late Russian zionist owner.  It established the underlying reasons observant Christian adults adopted and shared a cultural hatred for the Plain Dealer that would lead to its eventual demise.  Cleveland is not Palestine.

The Plain Dealer once circulated 450,000 copies daily and seven days weekly.  It’s down to fewer than 74,000 copies daily as a 4-day a week publication in 2021.  There are retail outlets in Cleveland where the Plain Dealer’s news racks were left by its workers years ago; and whose now majority foreign owners have never seen a driver deliver a newspaper.

What’s compelling about anti-Christian Solomon Isadore Neuhaus is that he was born in 1895 to illegal Russian aliens the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 excluded; and he deviously gave himself a “Christian” name that concealed his illegal presence among the nation’s Caucasian Christian majority when he changed it to Samuel Irving Newhouse, Sr.  Assimilating with our 80 percent Christian nation’s thinking was the last thing on the Russian zionist alien’s mind as he collected newspapers and cancelled Jesus in the publications he owned.  Advance now controls newspapers that editorially deride Jesus in 25 majority Christian American cities.  

The Plain Dealer’s last American owners before the Newhouse’s were the “trust” descendants of an American Christian named Liberty Emory Holden, II.  He was a Cleveland real estate developer born in Maine in 1833 who bought the newspaper in 1885. Holden died on August 26, 1913 at his farm in Mentor, Ohio.  Holden’s parents were born in Maine in 1808 and 1813.   

For Clevelanders unaccustomed to seeing reverent references to Jesus Christ within the editorial pages of the Plain Dealer this was the norm prior to its purchase in March 1967 by a zionist from Russia.

The Plain Dealer had been founded in 1842 by Joseph and Nelson Gray.  Of Cleveland’s 5 newspapers only the Plain Dealer supported slavery.  The other four newspapers supported the abolition of southern slavery in free state Ohio.

Holden’s great-grandson, Thomas Vail, would lead the Plain Dealer as its publisher from 1963 before the family trust sold it to Neuhaus aka Newhouse.  For years until his 1992 retirement, Vail aided the Russian zionist in editorially undoing Jesus’ local presence on his symbolic birth date.  It is not known if Vail retained his ancestor’s faith or converted to that of his zionist employers after turning his back on the newspaper’s majority Christian readers.

It’s not understood why Newhouse would have had a hard-on for American Christians; but it wasn’t the Christians of this nation involved in Eastern Europe’s ethnic cleansing blood baths.  Until 1948 our nation’s relationship in the Middle East had been very friendly.  It was the Christians of this nation who didn’t want unassimilable aliens from Newhouse’s ancestral homeland bringing their ethnic cleansing and anti-semitic Communist labor union blood baths to America’s borders in cities like East Saint Louis, St. Louis, Chicago, Tulsa, Detroit, Boston and more.  They’d brought the first act of labor terrorism to our nation with the Haymarket bombing in Chicago in 1886.  [NOTE:  Russian tsars for more than 200 years between 1700 and 1921 had made Russians out of the people of Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Romania and a part of Hungary.  All the Soviet Union nations were under Russian, Communist control.  What’s happening between Russia and Ukraine doesn’t concern Americans]. 

The United States in 1895 when Neuhaus was born had become hardcore anti-Russian as their Communist labor violence had earned them the nation’s ire. The hard feelings against them had nothing to do with “racism” or “anti-semiticism” in a semitic nation.  12 years before Neuhaus’ birth in 1895, Congress included Russians among the excluded in the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882.

One person can make a derogatory difference on the spiritual soul of a community. 1966 was Jesus Christ’s last “editorially honored” year in the Plain Dealer after the newspaper was purchased by Solomon Irving Newhouse in March 1967.  

Russian aliens were intentionally limited to 3 percent of all the 2800 Eastern Europeans or Indians from India Congress allowed in our nation annually.  Three percent of 2800 is 84.  No more than 84 Russians were authorized admittance into the United States of America from 1882 until 1940; and they had to be geniuses like Albert Einstein

That figure was embedded in the Emergency Immigration Quota Act signed by Ohioan, President Warren G. Harding in 1921; and maintained in 1929 under an amended version of the act by President Calvin Coolidge.  No Chinese … period.  A 1923 Supreme Court of the United States ruling against Baghat Thind Singh decided that Indians from India, with 33 crore gods, even if they called themselves Caucasians could not become naturalized U.S. citizens.  A crore equals 10 million in Hindi.  The 37 Russian descendants in Congress should be calling themselves “dreamers.”

McKinley, like later President Woodrow Wilson, would see non-English speaking, Christian cancelling Russian aliens like the Newhouse’s as “unassimilable” and disapprove of the extermination-minded labor and ethnic violence associated with their anarchist presence.  Culturally, they disregarded the “Blue Laws” will of the nation’s Christian majority.  Blue laws were those that prohibit gambling and the sale of alcohol, pornography, adult book stores, adult theaters and bath houses where Eastern European aliens and the Chinese had found an underworld money-making niche.  Americans weren’t trying to traffic in narcotics as a way of creating wealth.  Chinese opium wasn’t favored here.  They were turning Americans into addicts for profit.

In 1968 the presence of Jesus the Christ in the Plain Dealer was derisively diminished down to his birthday being associated with December 25th by Christians; and that the Star of Bethlehem was the planet Venus. This is an example of extremely malicious thinking.

The Christian perspective of the Russian presence in America was that with them came organized crime, open homosexuality, Jeffrey Epstein-like pedophilia, drugs, gambling and prostitution along with violent Communist thinking unions to Jesus-loving communities.  America didn’t want the Meyer Lansky’s, Bugsy Seigel’s, Mickey Cohen’s or the Ratner’s and Kushner’s.

After the Neuhaus’ purchased the Plain Dealer in 1967 and wiped out Jesus’ editorial presence, along with the advertised presence of local churches, its pages would eventually peddle adult theaters, adult book stores, massage parlours, homosexual bath houses, dating hookups and prostitution in and around Cleveland.  It’s easy to confirm the facts by reviewing the Plain Dealer’s “organized crime friendly” archives on the Cleveland Public Library’s website.  Its sports pages were proliferated with Warren, Ohio’s massage Asian-owned massage parlours until Richard Michael DeWine shut them down as the state’s attorney general in 2012.  

Ohio had resisted the immorality and the labor unions the Newhouse publications editorially supported to their own eventual business undoing.  The irony of Newhouse’s anti-Christian anti-semitic thinking is that he chose to embed editorial filth instead of God into the soul of our town’s inhabitants.

The year after the Plain Dealer’s anti-Christian Russian owner purchased the newspaper my readers can see its daily circulation was 409,414. The Sunday circulation was 545,032. It was the first year they totally disrespected Christianity and Christmas as the celebration of Jesus’ birth.

By 1983, 15 years after Newhouse purchased the Plain Dealer, the United States Department of Justice was investigating the anti-competition conspiracy between his family and Joseph Cole’s in closing the Cleveland Press.  Cole – another descendant of Russian aliens – owned the Cleveland Press.  I wrote for the Cleveland Press as a reporter after Cole purchased the newspaper.  Russian “American” Herb Kamm (aka Herb Kaminsky) was my editor.  I was one of four American Negro reporters in a 125 person news room in 1981. [NOTE: After closing the Cleveland Press Cole and his real estate developer partner, John Ferchill, built an office building for the Kremlin or Vladimir Putin’s law firm:  Squire, Patton & Boggs.]

The majority of stories about Cleveland’s American Negro community were written by me that year.  ABC’s first American Negro anchor, Max Robinson, would not have been interviewed in this town’s mainstream media had I not volunteered to cover the NAACP’s Freedom Fund dinner.  Hilbert Black, the Cleveland Press’ first American Negro reporter, handled the edits on the night desk that night when I returned.  It’s when I learned I didn’t have to write at an 8th grade level when he said I could use the word “erudite” to describe him.  I didn’t think at an 8th grade level that was supposed to be the newspaper industry standard.   

The Plain Dealer and have earned Cleveland’s contempt for the way the owners have done business in this town.  American Christians have a right to not only feel editorially disregarded, but also editorially disrespected in the most despicably suppressive ways by the Plain Dealer and’s owners, editors and reporters.  The federal investigation of the 1982 Newhouse – Cole deal to close the Cleveland Press didn’t go far enough.

Complete disrespect for the spiritual nature of Christmas as the symbolic birth date of Jesus the Christ exists at the Plain Dealer and

It’s 2021 and Christmas, December 25th is nearing.  It’s the symbolic date of birth of Jesus the Christ.  It’s not a Santa Claus holiday or a Season’s Greetings holiday.  It’s a religious holiday and it’s sacred to Cleveland’s majority Christian community.

On December 25, 2021 the editors and officers of Cleveland’s so-called daily newspaper must editorially acknowledge Christmas as the symbolic birth date of Jesus the Christ; and return a respect for Christianity within its editorial pages.  They must also apologize for 54 years of disrespectful neglect of the holy day’s acknowledgement and of the religion.

What an anti-semitic zionist name Samuel Irving Newhouse (aka Solomon Isadore Neuhaus) did to Clevelanders with his editorial crucifixtion of Jesus the Christ 54 years ago was obscenely, insanely and racistly extermination-minded disrespectful.   The editorial course he charted for profit spiritually bankrupted Cleveland and depleted its moral soul.  The Plain Dealer has not been a bright light in the city in which its owner shed darkness.  The contempt it has earned from hundreds of thousands of former readers, and thousands of former advertisers, is well-deserved.

The editorial practice and spirit of Newhouse’s religious supremacist mindset – as it is embedded within the publications his descendants control – must come to an immediate end.  Neither Cleveland nor the United States of America is a Jewish state.  

Eric Jonathan Brewer

Cleveland's most influential journalist and East Cleveland's most successful mayor is an East Saint Louis, Illinois native whose father led the city's petition drive in 1969 to elect the first black mayor in 1971. Eric is an old-school investigative reporter whose 40-year body of editorial work has been demonstrably effective. No local journalist is feared or respected more.

Trained in newspaper publishing by the legendary Call & Post Publisher William Otis Walker in 1978 when it was the nation's 5th largest Black-owned publication, Eric has published and edited 13 local, regional and statewide publications across Ohio. Adding to his publishing and reporting resume is Eric's career in government. Eric served as the city's highest paid part-time Special Assistant to ex-Cleveland Mayor Michael R. White. He served as Chief of Staff to ex-East Cleveland Mayor Emmanuel Onunwor; and Chief of Communications to the late George James in his capacity as the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority's first Black executive director. Eric was appointed to serve as a member of the state's Financial Planning & Supervision Commission to guide the East Cleveland school district out of fiscal emergency and $20 million deficit. Former U.S. HUD Secretary Alphonso Jackson told Eric in his D.C. office he was the only mayor in the nation simultaneously-managing a municipal block grant program. Eric wrote the city's $2.2 million Neighborhood Stabilization Program grant application. A HUD Inspector General audit of his management of the block grant program resulted in "zero" audit findings.

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