Theo Kars, Dutch writer and translator, Died at 75

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Theo Kars was born on March 22, 1940, in Rotterdam, and died on November 10, 2015.

He was a Dutch writer and translator.

Theo and Boudewijn van Houten, a writer, lifted the PTT for a substantial amount of money.

The abbreviation PTT means the State Enterprise of Posts, Telegraphs and Telephones.

In the Netherlands PTT is the legal body responsible for these tasks.

He was recently sentenced to 27 months in prison, He only severed 24.

All his trials relates in his book, ‘The Counterfeiters and The Hypocrites’

In 1996, Theo published the book The Struggle Against The Time, in which he reports on his experiences to counteract aging.

‘Schizophrenia’, was something that trouble him extensively dietary and life-sustaining therapies and began to live for those insights.

Theo wrote of vitamin and mineral supplements, cell and Novocaine; plastic and dental surgery he underwent, which he combined with the fun and pleasurable setting in which he as smoking and coffee drinking is not afzweerde.

In the book he also confessed to be the author of the Prisma vitamin and mineral guide, who under the pseudonym Hannah Kohn published by Spectrum appeared.

Theo was the founder of the literary magazine Countercurr on.

The first volume of the memoirs of Theo Kars, entitled Memoirs of a bad man’, was released in 2010.

In 2013, Theo published the second part.

The third and last section should appear only after his death, where he confesses in that part some unexplained financial crimes.

Kars has written many novels and nonfiction books.

Theo Kars passed away at 75 years old due to a disease that was incurable.

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