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Jacque Fresco was born on 1916 March 13 in Brooklyn, New York, to Issac Fresco (1880, Istanbul – 1963, New York) and Lena Friedlich (1887 June, Jerusalem – 1988 January 6, New York). He was brother to David Fresco (1909 December 5, New York – 1997 July 18, Los Angeles) and Freda Fresco (1920 – 1988 April 11). Jacque Fresco had his first marriage when he lived in Los Angeles. During his second marriage, with Patricia Merle Dinsdale (1925 April 25 – 2006 September 6), he moved to Miami. They had two children: Richard Jacque Fresco (1953 February 15 – 1976 Augustus 3), and Bambi L. Fresco (1956 June 17 – 2010 February 20). They divorced in 1957. In 1975, Roxanne Meadows (1949) became his partner. As a dangerous promoter of transhumanism, he and Rox Meadows founded The Venus Project, which was promoted by the Zeitgeist movement. The purpose of both is to trick ignorant New Age believers into accepting the merger between man and machine. On 2017 May 18, at Sebring, Florida, USA, the 101-years old Jacque Fresco died.
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