“Are you okay?” — teen saves a suicidal man; the real solution to misery

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….a sad failure to see the signs

Blonde S.African girl commits suicide, part of a spate of white teen suicides: http://you.co.za/…/missing-teen-girl-found-dead-at-northga…/http://you.co.za/…/missing-teen-girl-found-dead-at-northga…/.

A few hours after a message went out on Facebook that a 14-year-old girl from the German school in…
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  • John D. Nugent NOW HEAR THIS: her mama was a a Boer-leftie, white-female turncoat…. BRAINWASHED black-rule loon….and PR/media/litigation advisor circa 2008/10 to the white-hating, criminal, apelike Zulu buffoon, President Jacob Zuma.
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  • John D. Nugent The doomed girl shares her young mind right up to the fatal day… read the imagery …
    hmmmm: https://instagram.com/p/0NFj9BDeyL/?taken-by=golden_nugget7
    scary-thoughts-of-suicided-Klara Göttert-Mar-14-2015
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  • John D. Nugent Good job, mom, your daughter committed suicide. And you are “devastated.” Maybe because she was confused by you being a TRAITOR and turning a safe, orderly, clean white country into an African hell?
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  • John D. Nugent http://www.johndenugent.com/white-south-african-tragedy/

    Kimathi (For my many blogs updating things on South Africa, see the bottom of this article.) ….What is the future…
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  • John D. Nugent My site was set up by a British South African and former police officer, btw.
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  • John D. Nugent “Young souls” in terms of reincarnation are often hopeless goody-goody liberals and are devoured by the predators among us.
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  • John D. Nugent The result of liberalism is not peace-and-love but the victory of chaos, cruelty and horror!
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  • Michelle Sanjenko omg how terrible whtf
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  • John D. Nugent A heart-warming counter-story:Https://www.facebook.com/thehumansofdublin/photos/a.250039628528073.1073741827.249815928550443/369674679897900/?type=1

    Humans of Dublin's photo.

    “I was just on my way to the American sweet shop to buy some Gatorade, when I saw this guy in his 30s sitting on the ledge of the bridge. I just thought, “wow..


    “I was just on my way to the American sweet shop to buy some Gatorade, when I saw this guy in his 30s sitting on the ledge of [the Happenny] bridge.
    I just thought, “wow…” I stopped and asked him if he was okay, but I knew from the look in his eyes he wasn’t, and he didn’t say anything either, but I saw tears coming from his eyes.
    I pleaded with him for a while to come down and sit on the steps, and eventually he did. We sat on the sidewalk on the south side of the Liffey and talked for about 45 minutes, about what was happening to him, why was he feeling that way… I couldn’t leave him there alone, but I had to go, so I was going to ring an ambulance. I told him they could help him feel better. But he was like “please, please don’t call them, I’m fine, I just want to walk around for a while, I’m gonna be okay!”
    I told him to please let me ring an ambulance, that I wouldn’t sleep knowing he was just walking around alone. So I rang it, and he was taken to St. James Hospital. I got his number so I would know what was going on with him for a good while…
    And about three months ago, he texted me that his wife is pregnant, they’re having a boy,
    ..and they’re naming him after me. Can you believe that? They’re going to name their child after me…

    He said in that moment that I approached him, he was just about to jump, and those few words saved his life.

    That they’re still ringing in his head every day.

    “Are you okay?”


    I can’t really understand how these few words could save his life, but he told me, “Imagine if nobody ever asked you those words…” “



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    • Humans of Dublin Find out a bit more about our hero: We are Dublin2020′ series focuses on 16 year old Jamie Harrington, ‘The Unofficial Lord Mayor of Ballymun’, who talks about his belief in community, his love of Ballymun and his desire to make it a place where everyone wants to live.#MadAboutDublin #TeamDublin

      Directed & edited by Wissame Cherfi. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtYEqkpODlc

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    • Kathleen Hobbs Cropper Ingrid– I KNOW!!! I cried. Almost to the point of “the ugly cry”- I love this guy! I love this page
    • Caroline Quinn Had the pleasure of getting to know Jamie last year. Met him in Ballymun when on a photo job and we bantered. I took him out with me another day for a bit of work experience. He is a truly unique kid that has a bright future. He does lots of work with See More
    • Peter Arvay Wow some story, it brings tears to a grown-up man’s eyes
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    • Siobhan McGonigle “He who saves a single life, saves the world entire.” You took the time to notice, and that is so much more than many of us who are caught up in our own problems do. You are an inspiration smile emoticon
    • Jamie Harrington If you feel like you need to speak to somebody please call teenline in 1800833634 or childline on 1800666666 or Samaritans on 01116123
    • Souniamh Duffy It’s the little things in life …hopefully your namesake turns out to be even half the man you are 🙂
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    • Chris Notpayingwatercharges Turner Jamie as I’ve told you before you’ve got a good heart and that alone will bring you places most people your age will never ever get to experience you and Luke do so much for Young people in distress it absolutely amazes me I honestly believe the 2 of ySee More
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    • Katie Mc Dougall A simple question we all ask, and yet many of us answer with a lie. You are one in a million for stopping to help him!
    • Roisin Coughlan If only someone said that to my lil sister I wonder how life would be now. 🙁

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    • Karen Llewellyn I saw a man in an abandoned shop doorway beating on his partner/wife and she was crying… People were just walking past with their heads down.
      It was my 2 children aged 7 and 3 at the time who pointed it out to me, my youngest was still her buggy. T
      hey couldn’t believe their eyes.
      I had not long come out of an abusive relationship, the previous year, myself.
      I looked on, not sure what to do, when the man looked at me and asked what I was staring at? Well, that was it! I fumed..! I told him, calmly, that I was looking at him beating that young woman. He told me it was none of my business. I told him that he just made it my business and he had no right to beat a defenceless woman. He stepped forward as he told me if I carried on poking my nose he’d give me ‘some of that’ too (as he shook his fist at me).
      Well… I was furious…!
      People were beginning to gather by now, still doing nothing…
      I moved my children out of the way… And stepped forward too, then calmly told him, “Come on then, seeing as you’re ‘such a man you can only hit women’… Hit me and see what you’ll get!” As I angrily put up my fist too…
      He didn’t know what to do for a minute… His wife/partner stopped crying and looked on in shock…. Then he walked off…
      Silly girl, had a chance to walk away from the bully, but she followed him. People put their heads down and walked away…
      My children said to me, “Mummy, he was scared of you!” And I told them I was scared of him too, but I was not going to have him disrespect me like that or that lady…
      I hope, at some point that I don’t know about, that it changed her life for the better… But I’ll never know.
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    • Chris Wildoner This is so powerful of a message! I knew a coworker once who was having spouse issues and one day he came into work extremely happy. We chatted for a bit and I just knew (even though he portrayed himself to be really happy) something was not right.
      I couldn’t sleep that night and was anxious to get to work so I could speak to him. Unfortunately he took his life that night and I will never forget how I just let him go. You stopping and not leaving was a blessing and you are a wonderful man for doing so! Thank you for sharing.
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    • Mindy Wheatley Ussery You did a beautiful thing by asking him that simple question.
    • Jacqui Moran You were the light he needed that day… Good on you for stopping and asking. You should be very proud.
    • Dylan Ashdown I was all excited because I just learned that Dublin has an American sweet shop that I can go to next time I travel to Ireland, then it took a turn I didn’t expect! Great story
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    • Mattie White Very well done.I was that man a short time ago
      Had the note on the bed for my family and my wife came in and found me.
      Two words she said will always stay with me “your daughter”.
      irish-girl with shamrocks
      I won’t call you a hero or saviour but a friend.
      I have found out the truth about people I knew when I hit rock bottom. I said and did terrible things, but the ones who matter stand by your side. The ones who claimed they care only run cause they don’t understand.
      It’s not a contagious disease; its a terrible pain — but there is light at the end, believe me.I salute you. Well done!
    • Emma Tuite Well done for thinking of someone else and taking the time to sit and talk. Not many people nowadays will give their time to just talk and see if someone is ok.
      I’m so glad you did and for that man to have moved out of that dark period in his life.
    • Dorota Boguta I wish I could believe it…only a couple months ago when walking around Talbot St (around 2pm) I saw a guy crawling and people laughing at him and being disgusted by just another drunk junkie, I stopped and then called the ambulance-the guy was

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        • Jennifer Mc Auliffe Dorota Bogota I know the kid and that’s just who is so believe me when I tell you it’s true he has done so many great things in our community and with teen depression if only more of us were like him it would be a better place really fckn suffering because of some guts nasty stuff, but no one stopped; nobody asked if he was ok. So, I’m sorry, but I really find it hard to believe ’cause people are truly cruel and judgmental beasts. But still happy to see exceptions 🙂
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    • Shellie Murawski Shoben Beautiful story, beautiful young man! I want to hug him!
    • Trudy Sharkey How lovely. What ever u give out in life comes back to you.
    • Leon O Síocháin When I was 17, I met a guy outside my local chipper who looked like the weight of the world was on his shoulders. I asked him was he OK and his answer shuddered me to the core..”No I want to kill myself”…. I immediately begged and pleaded with him that that wasn’t the only option and that he had so much more to do in life and that things would sort themselves out as he was so young. I shook his hand and never spoke to him again. That was 12 years ago and I’ve since lost a few friends to suicide and only a few months ago a close relative. But every now and then I still see that same guy. We never speak and never look at each other, but I often wonder if he remembers because I will never forget..
    • JJ Carbery Wow, talking about been in the right place at the right time. Everytime he calls his child’s name he will be thankful of Jamie. Inspiring story of human contact.
    • Pat Small Well Done..Glad there is some good people out there…ive had to do this before too and its not easy but its the best feeling in the world knowing that you can and will save someones life if the time comes. Keep it up lad.
    • Tammy Meehan What a guy! Lots of people would keep minding their own business and not get involved. By those simple words you acknowledged that you saw him as a person experiencing pain and you cared about it- sometimes that’s all it takes. If we had more people like you what a wonderful place it would be! I bet everyone is very proud of you, as you should be of yourself! X
    • Anne Woodcock You need a good hug u went out of your way to talk to that young man and sved his life u were there at the right time.
    • Stevie Krueger I’ve been traveling for three years now, I see heartbreak, despair, hunger and homelessness every day. I make sure to take the time to help in some way, and most of the time all it takes is a smile, a hug, some food and water…if we all gave just those things, we could change so many lives.
      We are such an off-balanced world with those driving their $40,000-$100,000 vehicles and those starving to death without help from those who are rich. When I see people helping those in need, it is usually those that really can’t afford to help but know what it’s like to be stuck. What you did is not only save that one life but many because you gave hope to those who think that no one cares about them.
      Yes, you are a Hero because he has another chance at life and also it gives the rest of us someone to look up to and realize that it really only takes someone to take the time to care!
    • Kerstin Marshall I love this story so much! What a brilliant young man you are! 🏼
    • Suzanne Doyle Well done Jamie …. if only there was more like you. One of the nicest things I’ve read in a long time
    • Nancy Rat What a powerful testimony about taking the time to care about each other! With what you call those few words I’m sure he saw an angel.
    • Nora Donnelly Lovely story wish their were more people like that young man
    • Orla Roche Tears in my eyes reading that. Well done.
    • Brian Lawless Wow, what a wonderful story. A simple human connection can save a life. Massive respect to this young man for taking the time to connect with a fellow man in distress.
    • Karen Carter That has to be one of the best true stories I’ve read on Facebook. It gave me shivers.
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    • Mary Webster That’s lovely story. my dad was a Dublin man. I live in Wales and I have sufferd too.
    • Lisa Voltaggio Bottari When I was in my early 20’s I was studying in Prague. I was hanging out at the Charles Bridge one day and I saw a man in orange overalls standing on the ledge of the bridge. I was able to make eye contact with him and I asked him if he was ok. He had tears in his eyes. I knew he was contemplating jumping. It was very surreal.
      I asked him if I could borrow a cigarette since I saw a few in his pocket. I was trying to bring him back down to regular, every day stuff to get him out of his head. I’ll never forget the pause and the moment he turned from the bridge and stepped down off the ledge. I knew I had helped him.
      He made a sign of the cross and bent down on one knee and said ‘Jesus’ in Czech. He kept saying it over and over again. We spoke for a little bit, mostly nonverbal since I could barely speak Czech and then gradually parted ways. It was incredible knowing I had stopped him that day from taking his life.
    • Nicole Leysen Dear Jamie Harrington I’m from Belgium you are a hero !!!  People do better in the way you did, “listen to each other, and make time for each other”
      It seems simply but happens almost never. People today are too much into themselves.
      Your responsibility you took, graced you ! Let God bless you and give you a good life I Wish you all the best !
    • Evelyn Enright Now that’s what I call a Angel
    • James Mitchell oh my god, I cried like a baby.
    • June Looby I wish I had know my friend wasn’t ok – how life can change in a second, sometimes worse and not for the better. r.i.p my friend

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    • Patricia Wesley You made a difference in a life. Good for you to stop and talk to this young man!
    • Danny Schiedam Teardrops in my eyes, You are an EarthAngel man! Greetings from Little Holland!
    • Andrea Lee You were his Angel !
    • Hebah Abdulaziz Al-Hasan I was just thinking about that! If I were to share my picture, what would I say. Not that I’m from Ireland, country which I adore, & had the best experience of my life in though.
    • Tricia Toohey Jamie Harrington, you have a beautiful soul.. What you did for that guy will impact his and his familys life forever…you should be so proud of yourself. I know i am of you …what a star xx
    • Karen Gauthier Jamie, I live in Louisiana, USA and your article touched my heart more than you will ever know. My older sis and I both had bipolar, i say had, because she suicided in 2003, and of course i still deal with bipolar.
      Our mother had schizo-affective disorder, which is a deeper condition of bipolar. It is pretty much genetic. My sis was an R.N. and was living in Los Angeles at the time. Since her death, i’ve attempted 3 times but survived. And after lots of training and being prayed for, and praying myself, God has removed the suicidal ideations that have plagued me all my life; I’m 52.
      Thank you being such a kind spirit, and for keeping that heart of yours open to the feelings of others. You are my new hero, Jamie. :-) 
    • Rebecca Devlin Love this inspirational story. Imagine if every single one of us put down our phones or computers and took a minute to look around us and notice what is going on or to even speak to a stranger, whether it’s a brief hello or asking someone how their day is, or like this young fella asking someone “are you okay?”.. Something so simple could change a life or in this case save a life..
    • Jonathan Nicoll Kym: read this and your heart will be feeling good today.
    • Ryan Zacher Some cultures believe that any interaction with others connects the two for life. I’ve been that guy on the bridge (figuratively) and it was the smallest interaction that saved my life. Hats off to this young man. Never underestimate the power of a little kindness.
    • Wynna Williams God has sent an angel — just sit there with him and talk to him so he wouldn’t take his life and now he has life and inside of the woman’s womb a newlfe coming. Look what he had; look what he could have missed. What a wonderful story.

…Yes, heartwarming and noble, but still only half the solution!

I found this noble sentiment on Facebook on the BNP page (https://www.facebook.com/OfficialBritishNationalParty)

Enid Blyton wrote childrens’ books and sold 300 million copies. (But Wikipedia adds they were racist, sexist and xenophobic. 😉 )  Look at the illustrations of the kids! All British! Horrors! 😉



BUT while it is wonderful to be supportive of friends, what causes despair is ignorance of why we are alive, why there is suffeing, why God does not stop the wicked, does He even exists, nd what happens when we die.

That is what stresses people out when hardship comes!

And it hits them: why keep on living?

As the redneck bumper sticker goes…




The great French philospher Pascal agoniezd about this too and his solution was just accept the Bible…..


[from http://richard-hooker.com/sites/worldcultures/ENLIGHT/PENSEES.HTM]

 Seeing the blindness and misery of man, and looking over the muteness of the entire universe, and man without any light, abandoned and alone in this corner of the universe, without knowing who placed him there, what he has come to do, what will happen to him when he dies, incapable of knowing anything at all, I am seized with fear, like a man who has been carried in his sleep onto a desert island and who wakes up without knowing where he is, without any means of escape.

Then, on top of this, I am filled with wonder that people aren’t moved to utter despair over their wretched state. I see other people surrounding me, of a nature similar to myself: I ask them if they are better instructed than I am; the tell me they aren’t; and on top of this, these miserable creatures look around themselves, and having seen some pleasant objects, they give themselves wholeheartedly to them and attach their entire existence to them.










As for me, I could never attach myself to these objects, and, considering that there very well may be something more than just the appearances which I see, I have tried to search out whether or not God has left behind some marks of himself. […]

 Behold: this is our true state. It is this which renders us incapable of knowing anything for certain or from being absolutely ignorant.

We wander in a vast medium, always uncertain and drifting, pushed by one wind and then another. Whenever we find a fixed point to attach and fix ourselves to, it shifts and leaves us and, if we follow it, it slips away from us and flees from us eternally.

Nothing stops for us. This is our natural state, but the one most contrary to our inclination; we burn with desire to find a firm seat, and a final, constant base on which to build a tower which will lift us to the infinite; but all our foundations crack, and the earth opens up into an abyss.



In my spiritual videos I begin to go into these issues.

…..Video series “Are God and the soul real?”


40% of patients brought back from the dead on the operating table reported being conscious AFTER DEATH and many saw the famous “tunnel of light”! This was the largest-ever medical study into near-death and out-of-body experiences, interviewing 2,000 people who suffered cardiac arrests at 15 hospitals in the UK, US and Austria.


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As the French say, “peu des science nous éloigne de Dieu, beaucoup de science nous y ramène,” “a little knowledge distances us from God; a lot of knowledge brings us back.”

Electron split experiment: This “electron double-slit” video is a sophisticated scientific cartoon that merits being seen twice — so it sinks in (and does not remain a mere factoid) that the whole universe is a holograph and definitely not entirely “real.” Electrons most certainly should not “care” whether we are looking at them or not! BUT like a diva, they do, indicating the whole physical universe is basically staged! As I say, watch it TWICE! Then start thinking what this means! The cartoon scientist is Fred Wolf, who is a Jew, but a legitimate physicist who fights atheism among scientists. In fact, all physics for the last 120 years points at the existence of a higher reality, not materialism. But his fellow Jews promote the idea that only the material world is real, God is a myth for the weak, and there is nothing else. When you die you are dead forever.


Wolf, however, is on a crusade to say “But modern science proves the very opposite, that it is this material world that is an illusion!” This electron anomaly was observed by the great mathematician Leonhard Euler of Switzerland and the famous American scientist and politician Ben Franklin already 250 years ago, and the experiment itself was first done by the British scientist Thomas Young in 1803:


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Young_(scientist) How can electrons act like both particle shooting forward (the arrows below) and yet also as  waves? Why does it depend on whether you are looking at it??? What the heck is going on here? 😉 A bullet (particle) is simply not a wave. This is a definite anomaly and contradiction, suggesting God is dropping an enormous hint on us NOT to view this world as something to be taken overly seriously, but instead like a tearjerker movie or a romantic comedy. With movies, we simply accept the illogical things in the plot for the sake of the story. As the easy-going yet wise Italians say, “Si non è vero, è ben trovato.” = “If it is not true, still it is well told.” ;-)


Atheists try to debunk Wolf, a very experienced physicist, and the plain meaning of this electron double-slit experiment. They are also at pains to gloss over the “quantum leap” in modern physics, where an electron leaves an inner shell and goes instantly to an outer shell, with no lapse in time at all. But how can a physical object travel a distance in zero-comma-zero seconds? In reality, it is literally vanishing at the inner shell and re-appearing at the same time on the outer shell…. This too suggests the material world is an illusion, although a very elaborate one. The world is just a classroom for young souls, an elementary school. ;-)double-slit

There is indeed a totally opposite way to explain — that everything is real, everything is matter, even heaven and God, and where we go when we die is just to a higher-frequency area. Then there is no more dichotomy between spirit and matter, religion and science, and people have less of a sense of us talking about fairy tales here, God being unfortunately the biggest fairy tale of all to the materialists. What we really are talking about is a “multiverse,” not a universe, with many dimensions existing and all occupying the same space — but on different frequencies.


In the same way, your house is occupied by cell phone calls, tv signals, microwave, wireless internet perhaps too, and of course radio — and all are occupying and penetrating the same house from top to bottom, all co-existing, and interwoven, but usually not interfering with each other. They are usually smoothly separated (except a microwave oven can cause static on a radio). In this scientific way of seeing reality plus religion, it is normal for an electron to vanish and reappear — It ducked into another dimension, where none of the rules of our dimension apply at all. It made a shortcut.


One has to think outside the box, or one cannot explain an electron being both a particle and a wave and vanishing and reappearing elsewhere at the same moment. God is dropping here some really big hints that He exists, and if scoffers scoff, He is just fine with that too. ;-)

Note that in this article on quantum mysticism http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_mysticismevery single Jew scientist listed — Einstein, Murry Gell-Man and Steven Weinberg — attacks the fact that modern physics supports the existence of God, and the Aryan scientists line up supporting the truth that modern physics proves God’s existence.

(But this god is neither a senile old man in a white beard nor some forgive-everything sort of yin being, or cutesy Baby Jesus. It is a realistic, stern, law-giving Father figure who gives everyone only what they deserve.)

The Protocols of the Elders of Zion advocate strongly that the goyeem be made atheistic, because then they will fear to die and, thinking they do not have a soul (just a myth, they are told), they fear they will be dead forever.

MOST then prefer to live a long life as a slave, not a short life as a hero, and refuse to make the supreme sacrifice, laying their life down for 1) the safety and future of their women and children, and 2) the survival of their race and nation.

Atheism = worrying about dying

Theism = God expects every man to do his duty, and you will face His fury in both life and death if you choose to live on as a coward — as your women and children are taken and physically or morally destroyed.

If you wish to join the Jews and scoff at God, then you will fall into a pit of despair and end up like Lasha Darkmoon, who lists all the reasons we supposedly are doomed: http://www.darkmoon.me/2013/under-jewish-rule-by-lasha-darkmoon/ This is God’s universe; you better believe in Him. Without Him, without Divine aid, then Lasha is right and it is over.



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On the subject of reincarnation, see also this important webpage: http://johndenugent.com/solutreanism/important-info/reincarnation-evidence (In German: http://johndenugent.com/deutsch/beweise-der-reinkarnation).



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Many supporters have contacted me asking if there is a quicker and easier way to donate to my work. The good news is, yes there is.

If you already have a Paypal account, you can get a PayPal reload card, and then send me by email or phone call the numbers off the back and amount.

(Ask me then for the proper email address for Paypal — they banned me  — and Andrew Anglin and others — BUT I have several friends with PP………….. 😉 )



Or get a PayPal account yourself and send funds that way. Rather than filling out forms and re-inputting your card details over and over again, you can donate simply by providing your email and password.

Yes, it really is that simple. The solution is to set up a personal PayPal account. You will only have to input your details once and then attach your credit/debit card to your account.  When making a donation in the future, you only need your email and password and it is all done automatically.

It’s quick, easy and hassle-free – no more filling out endless forms. Please set up a personal PayPal account here:


Once your account is set up, please go to the “Wallet” section and add your credit/debit card and then enjoy the ease and speed of contributing to my Solutrean work in the future.

 –(2) sending valuable jewelry or gold coins

–Greendot debit card available at any dollar store, Seven-Eleven, Rite Aid or CVS pharmacy.


Put cash money on it at the checkout counter, go home, set up your account online, then send me money from your card to mine via email to john_denugent@yahoo.com.

(Every Mexican in America and every poor White person with no bank account knows how this works. 😉 )

 Greendot is found in every RiteAid, CVS, dollar store, Kmart, Walmart, 7-Eleven, Walgreens, and Radioshack in America  60,000 locations across the USA since the year 2000..
You just buy one for $4.95 and take it to the cashier with the cash you wish to PUT on that card. (The minimum to put on is $20.)
The cashier takes the cash, puts it electronically on the card (like a temporary debit card) and hands it back to you.
–Moneygram or Western Union outside the US (also pls send an email with the number and AMOUNT)
-Want to communicate with me secretly?  Start a Hushmail account (takes 30 seconds!) and then write me at john_denugent@yahoo.com with the secret name of your Hushmail account. I will theN contact you at your Hushmail account. :-)(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hushmail)


I need your financial help to WRITE MY SACRED ARYAN SCRIPTURE FOR US AND OUR TIMES. Others have been making big sacrifices. How about you?

What is my religion based on?







–August 14, 2014 via check by KF in Ohio

–August 11, 2015 donation from JD in New York State

–August 7, 2015 donation via Stripe from JA in North Carolina

–August 2, 2015 donation via Stripe from M in Canada

–August 2, 2015 donation via Stripe from M in Canada

–July 28, 2015 US postal money order from D. in Florida

–July 25, 2015 cash from a German comrade in Pennsylvania

–July 24, 2015 via PayPal to mhuffstickler@outlook.com from G in South Carolina

–July 23, 2015 cash from a lady comrade in Massachusetts

–July 14 2015 from BS in  Connecticut and from AM in  Pennsylvania

–July 13, 2015 from a comrade and fellow former Marine in Florida, and a history magazine about the Norman Conquest and Iwo Jima

–July 11, 2015 from a comrade Ian in Connecticut

–July 10, 2015 from a comrade B. in Holland

–July 10, 2015 $100 in cash wrapped in aluminum foil from a comrade in North Carolina, and a letter praising the first five chapters of my translation into English of Die spirituelle Welt [“the Spiritual World”] by Michael Winkler of Germany on the details of reincarnation. [The courageous Winkler is facing a judge on my birthday, July 14, 2015 , for politically incorrect writing.]

(1/4 down here: http://johndenugent.com/english/why-so-much-pain-and-evil-in-this-world)




arrived here safely at 306 S. Steel St., Ontonagon, Michigan 49953 USA


The enemy is very afraid I will get the financing I need to start a heroic Aryan religion that will turn us into fighters. If anyone understands the power of religion it is the Jews themselves!


I am living now in Upper Michigan, USA, on the Canadian border…My goal is go as far north as I can 😉


I am creating for Westerners a new religion based on Vedanta, the true Aryan religion of karma and reincarnation of our ancestors…. because we Westerners today are mentally, spiritually and karmically in a disastrous condition… and for me only true, ancient Indo-Aryan values can save us.

I am now completing a translation of Michael Winkler’s book Die Spirituelle Welt, “The Spiritual World.”


This fleshes out the details of exactly what happens when you die. Winkler is a very well-known political commentator in Germany (http://michaelwinkler.de/) and is often fined for being politically incorrect.



This is not a gobbledy-gook religion I am founding, but based on facts and truth. Anyone who sees this essay knows I am not inventing crap to get your money.


I wrote to a white Indian supporter in India:

I studied at the ashram in Pennsylvania of a brahmin, Swami Rama (Himalayan Institute,http://www.himalayaninstitute.org/about-us/swami-rama/)


One of the greatest adepts, teachers, writers, and humanitarians of the 20th century, Swami Rama (1925-1996) is the founder of the Himalayan Institute. Born in Northern India, he was raised from early childhood by the Himalayan sage, Bengali Baba. Under the guidance of his master, he traveled from monastery to monastery and studied with a variety of Himalayan saints and sages, including his grandmaster who was living in a remote region of Tibet. In addition to this intense spiritual training, Swami Rama received higher education in both India and Europe. From 1949 to 1952, he held the prestigious position of Shankaracharya of Karvirpitham in South India. Thereafter, he returned to his master to receive further training at his cave monastery, and finally in 1969, came to the United States where he founded the Himalayan Institute. His best known work, Living With the Himalayan Masters, reveals the many facets of this singular adept and demonstrates his embodiment of the living tradition of the East.

And my professor of Indo-European and Sanskrit studies at Georgetown University was a brahmin from Benares, Shaligram Shukla.

I am talking a serious path to turn us aside from selfishness, cowardice and foolishness toward our true being. Sin will never satisfy! In the end, the happiness becomes sadness, the thrill becomes a nightmare, the pleasure becomes an addiction. Sin never keeps its promises. In the end, what we need is a new Aryan religion for disciplined heroes, so we can take these JEWS DOWN: 

 That IS THE ONLY MISSION and the only satisfaction. Vengeance and victory.

–July 8, 2010 from a comrade in North Carolina

–July 7, 2015 from comrade J in North Carolina

Building a shed with him and Mike Delaney of www.Trutube.tv


–8 Juli 2015 von J in North Carolina–8

–July 10, 2015 from DP in Australia

–July 8, 2015 music CD from JN in Nevada

–July 6, 2015 from anonymous in Charlotte, North Carolina a USPS money order and letter

–July 1, 2015 from AL in Colorado

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