Few Jewish women influenced American women so negatively as Zsa Zsa Gabor, who was always referred to in the media as Hungarian. Well, she was born in Hungary, but was a Jew.
Excerpt from Jewish Forward
Born Sari Gabor into a wealthy Jewish family, she was named Miss Hungary in the 1930s. When World War Two approached, Zsa Zsa and her sisters headed for the United States, leaving behind her first husband, Burhan Belge, a Turkish diplomat.
Soon after arriving in Hollywood, where Eva was working as an actress, Gabor married Hilton, with whom she had a daughter, Francesca, who died in January 2015.
In 1949, after divorcing Hilton, Gabor married British actor George Sanders, whom she later was to call her one true love. Sanders would end up married to Magda.
In addition to Belge, Hilton and Sanders, Gabor was married to New York businessman Herbert Hutner, oilman Joshua Cosden, Barbie doll designer Jack Ryan, her divorce lawyer Michael O’Hara, Count Felipe de Alba of Mexico and Frederic Prinz von Anhalt.
The marriage to de Alba was annulled because her divorce from O’Hara was not final at the time of the wedding. The 1986 marriage to von Anhalt, which lasted until her death, was by far her longest.
Throughout her Hollywood heyday, Gabor listed her birthday only as Feb. 6, steadfastly refusing to reveal the year. A former spokesman, John Blanchette, said she was born in 1917.
Zsa Zsa taught American women that divorce is good, as is gold-digging. Her life was superficial, with nary a deep moment, probably because like many Jews she was incapable of experiencing any depth beyond the usual Jewish greed.
She may have lived a long time, but the last decade of her life she was imprisoned by a failing body in her bed. Blind, unable to hear or talk, her brain kept functioning, almost as a form of punishment for her sins.
Rest in peace, dear lady, if you can.