Mayor Rudy Giuliani: Son of Rat!
Or, Look Honey, Harold Giuliani was a Wayne


The New Yorker, July 31, 2000
Page 80, Books,
The Sins of the Father by Elizabeth Kolbert

The article is about two unauthorized biographies of the Mayor of New York City__Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

An Investigative Biography(Wayne Barret, Basic)
Rudy Giuliani: Emporor of the City(Andrew Kirtzman, Morrow)

After reading the article we find that the mayors father Harold Giuliani was involved in some petty crimes when he was younger___and did about a 1 1/2 years in Sing, Sing.

It appears that the crimes committed or allegedly committed aren't important___what is fascinating is the social conditions that forced Harold into breaking the law. Also, the article doesn't provide any ancestrial background concerning the arrival of the Giulianis to America. The writer, Elizabeth Kolbert, should have written a sentence or two about the immigration of the Giulianis to this country and the difficulty the Italians(and other nationalities) had in finding employment in the NYC area. These are some of the social factors that lead to Harold's criminal activity.

The writer, Elizabeth Kolbert, should have written a sentence or two about the immigration of the Giulianis to this country and the difficulty the Italians(and other nationalities) had in finding employment in the NYC area.

The clues concerning Harold Giuliani's status in America concerning the "CESS Agency" are apparent in the article. Harold was an outsider, a stranger, not part of the NYC "system". Many Italians from the old world refuse to assimilate into the "CESS Agency"___they are firm believers in family and family values___this is in complete contrast or opposition with the "CESS Agency". And if you are not part of their "CESS System" in NYC___then you don't work.

The first clue is that Harold was having difficulty finding employment and keeping a job in NYC-Metro area. The second clue is that the article clearly states that Harold was having considerable health problems while living in the NYC-Metro area. The article states "His Travils included ulcers, heart trouble, ans some sort of nervous breakdown"

And another clue, is that Harold was courting, and eventually married, a woman named Helen D'avanzo. Its not necessarily her background that is important as much as her first name Helen.

Lets start with the last clue first___Harold was courting, and eventually married a woman named Helen D'avanzo. Who is this lady? And why was she interested in spending her life with Harold? Well, from personal experience and observation, it appears as if the Helen's of this world are attracted to Italian Americans. Italian Americans that don't like the "CESS Agency?". I'm not sure. But what I do find interesting is that in my own family tree My father married a Helen and his brother also married a Helen. Did they purposely seek out spouses with the first name Helen or was it purely coincidence. As reflect on what I have learned and experienced about the "CESS Agency" and Society___it was not coincidence___perhaps they didn't purposely seek mates with the name Helen___but it was not coincidence.
(I'm not sure if that last paragraph has much meaning, but let me continue)

The second clue is that Harold was having problems finding and keeping a good job. This is a major clue that indicates Harold might have been an outsider, a stranger, a non-connected human, trying to make it in the "CESS Area" called New York.

And the final clue that is conclusive___is the fact that Harold was subjected to considerable health problems. Ulcers, heart disease, and even somewhat of a nervous breakdown. These are all conclusive signs that Harold was an outsider being "Taken Down Unfairly" by the "Cess Agency". Harold was being tortured and tormented by the connected CESS people that he interacted with on a daily basis.

"the current mayor of New York might have ended up as a mailman in some small, quiet, suburban township of North Eastern New Jersey."

Unfortunetly, Harold wasn't aware that those people were not Americans, that those people were "CESS Agency" and whose policy is a no "tolerance policy" towards human beings. If your not "CESS Agency" you get tortured and "taken down unfairly".

It was probably Harold's friends and his relationship with Helen that enabled him to function in NYC without continous torture and harassment by the "CESS Agency".
(Or, perhaps he finally assimilated, i.e., obtained "class" and became another "Bee" member of the "CESS Agency" Race?)

So, without Helen and his friends Harold would not have survived in NYC and the current mayor of New York might have ended up as a mailman in some small, quiet, suburban township of North Eastern New Jersey.








WEM Sept 2000