Saturday 20 April 2019


Democrat Jay Inslee, the governor of the state of Washington.

Jay Inslee was "one of Congress's most ardent advocates of strong action to combat global warming," according to The New York Times.[28]

Jay Inslee signed the Governors Against BDS (boycott of Israeli products) letter circulated by the American Jewish Committee.

Bernie Sanders, Senator from Vermont.

Bernie Sanders calls himself a democratic socialist.

Sanders is keen on redistributing wealth, fighting inequality, and creating a bigger social-safety net.

In 1974, Sanders sent an open letter to President Gerald Ford, warning of a "virtual Rockefeller family dictatorship over the nation" if Nelson Rockefeller was named vice president.

Sanders called for the CIA to be disbanded, in the wake of revelations about the agency's misdeeds.


Sanders voted for the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Terrorists[111] that has been cited as the legal justification for controversial military actions since 9 11.[112]

In 2008, Sanders was a co-sponsor of a Senate Resolution, "recognizing the 60th anniversary of the founding of the modern State of Israel and reaffirming the bonds of close friendship and cooperation between the United States and Israel."

The resolution reaffirmed Israel's right to defend itself against terror. It also congratulated Israel on building a strong nation and wished for a successful Israeli future.[130]

Sanders spent several months on the Israeli kibbutz Sha'ar HaAmakim.

His son, Levi Sanders, was born in 1969 to girlfriend Susan Campbell Mott.


Democrat Amy Klobuchar, a Senator from Minnesota.

Amy Klobuchar is the daughter of Rose (née Heuberger) and Jim Klobuchar.

In February 2019 Buzzfeed News reported that Klobuchar's Congressional office was "controlled by fear, anger, and shame".[38]

Interviews with former staffers indicated that Klobuchar frequently abuses and humiliates her employees, with as much time spent on managing her rage as on business.[38]

"Klobuchar tells how in a meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister lavished more attention on her than her colleague from New York, Kirsten Gillibrand."

"Klobuchar voted to approve a law that would consolidate $38 billion in defense assistance for Israel while protecting states that penalize businesses that boycott Israel."


Democrat Elizabeth Warren, a senator from Massachusetts.

Elizabeth Warren focuses on inequality.

She has proposed an “ultra-millionaire tax” on people worth more than $50 million and a major overhaul of housing policies.

Warren supports a secure and democratic state of Israel and wants to ensure the security of Israel from external forces such as Iran, HezbollahHamas, and others. 

Warren states she supports a two state solution, but she believes Palestinian application for membership in the UN isn't helpful.[60]

Kamala Harris, a senator from California.

Kamala Harris's husband, Douglas Emhoff, is Jewish.

Kamala Harris was born to a Tamil Indian mother and a Jamaican father.

Kamala Harris's father, Donald Harris, is a Stanford University economics professor who emigrated from Jamaica in 1961.[8][9]

In April 2017, responding to the Khan Shaykhun chemical attack, Harris charged Syrian president Bashar al-Assad with attacking Syrian children, and stated "the clear fact that president Assad is not only a ruthless dictator brutalizing his own people - he is a war criminal the international community cannot ignore." 

In 2017, Harris gave a public address to AIPAC attendees. She said: "I believe Israel should never be a partisan issue, and as long as I’m a United States senator, I will do everything in my power to ensure broad and bipartisan support for Israel’s security and right to self-defense."[189]

Kamala Harris and her boss.

Harris has opposed the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement targeting Israel.[190] 

Harris was a co-sponsor of a Senate resolution expressing objection to the UN Security Council Resolution 2334, which condemned Israeli settlement building in the occupied Palestinian territories as a violation of international law.[191][192][190] 

At the AIPAC conference, Harris said that "the first resolution I co-sponsored as a United States senator was to combat anti-Israel bias at the United Nations".[191] 

She also supported Senate resolution celebrating the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem.[193][194] In late 2017, Harris traveled to Israel, where she met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.[191]

Democrat Peter Buttigieg[1], mayor of the city of South Bend, Indiana.

Peter Buttigieg is a former Naval Intelligence Officer.

Peter Buttigieg was a Rhodes Scholar.

Peter Buttigieg is openly gay and is married to Chasten Glezman.

Peter Buttigieg is pro-Israel.


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At 20 April 2019 at 03:51 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kampala very likely to be Jewish for the simple reason...her name.HARRIS is usually a Jewish name.Other jewish HARRIS' include Rolf Harris and Richard Harris the actor....
An added twist maybe that she has Indian Jewish blood....
So WHY are there a seemingly disproportionate number of Jews in the Caribbean.This is almost certainly connected to the once thriving slave trade where Jews played prominent roles as wheeler dealers.(much like the Jewish slave traders in Europe in the Middle Ages)
The former PM of Jamaica..."Simpson" was definitely a Jamaican crypto jew.....When I visited some of these islands some years ago....I was definitely tracked by "questionable" people when there was absolutely no reason for this EXCEPT my comments about Jewish Power....well that's what I deduced eventually.

At 22 April 2019 at 10:29 , Blogger MichaelF said...

Richard Harris is Irish Catholic, having been educated in a Jesuit school. I never met a Jew named Harris, or one named Rolf.

Harris is an English surname, originating in the southwest. Stop giving us stupid postings.


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