Henry Makow, Ph.D., (born November 12, 1949 in Zürich, Switzerland) is a Jewish-Canadian non-fiction writer, the inventor of the board game Scruples, and the author of A Long Way to go for a Date, the story of his courtship and marriage to a young Filipina. He believes that it is a good thing to maintain racial identity but would not let that prevent intermarriage.
As a baby,he moved with his family to Canada, settling in Ottawa. At the age of 11 he began to write the syndicated advice-to-parents column “Ask Henry.” The column ran in 50 newspapers in the early 1960s. In 1984, he invented the game of moral dilemmas “Scruples” which was translated into five languages and sold seven million copies worldwide.
He received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982, and lives in Winnipeg. Much of his earlier writing was devoted to a critique of feminism as an attempt to destabilize society. His recent articles (online at his web site) address issues of elite conspiracy in modern history and current affairs, especially the New World Order, Zionism and Communism.
He is Jewish, the son of Holocaust survivors.(His parents passed as non-Jews.) He believes that organized Jewry is financed by central bankers and betrays the best interests of the Jewish people. He believes in Christ’s teachings but has not converted to Christianity.