April 18, 2021

Kamala Harris. Who is She?

Exclusive — Rep. Fleischmann Warns of ‘Nightmare’ Scenario if Georgia Votes Democrat in Senate Runoffs: ‘God Forbid’ if Kamala Harris Breaks TiesHarris’ husband, Doug Emhoff, works for the law firm DLA Piper, which “has nearly 30 years of experience in communist China with more than 140 lawyers dedicated to its branch of “Investment Services in Communist China.” He has just been appointed professor at Yale for future school lawyers at the fine points of communism.

When she was elected to the United States Senate, Kamala Harris appointed a pro-communist Senate chief of staff, Karine Jean-Pierre. Jean-Pierre actively participated in the New York-based Haiti Support Network. The organization worked closely with the Communist World Workers’ Party of North Korea/pro-communist China and supported Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Haiti’s former far-left communist president and the radical Lavalas movement.

Fortunately for Harris, but potentially disastrous for the Republic, elected office holders are not subject to the security clearance process. Had the FBI done a background investigation into Kamala Harris, she would never have passed, due to her close 40-year ties to Marxists, Communists, Maoists and communist China. Harris would never have been approved to be accepted into any of the 5 Military Service Academies, nor would she have been appointed to a position in the U.S. Government Sub-cabinet, nor would it have been approved to hold a delicate position for a high-security defense contractor.

However, since Joe Biden was elected, Harris could be one step away from being president. The Constitutional Republic of the United States is being threatened by the People’s Republic of Communist China (PPC) and its very active espionage operations within the United States. The Communist People’s Republic of China (CFP), with 1.4 billion inhabitants, is ruled by the 90 million-member Chinese Communist Party (PCCh), which has been working with Russia to destroy the Constitutional Republic of the United States for more than 70 years.

If U.S. voters read the background information (in Trevor Loudon’s article) about Kamala Harris, they would never support her election as vice president of the United States. Joe Biden suffers from early onset of dementia and will continue to decrease brain awareness; will never be able to serve a four-year term. Since Biden was elected, the Socialists, Marxists, and Communists who control Kamala Harris plan to enact provisions of the 25th Amendment, to dismiss Joe Biden from office, so that Harris can become the first communist president of the United States.

Since Biden was elected, because Biden would not live up to it, Kamala Harris would lead the effort to name leftists, communists, socialists and anti-American Marxists very dangerous to occupy very sensitive positions in the bureaucracy of the deep state of Washington. She would hold all designated positions at the U.S. Intelligence Agencies, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Defense, the Department of Justice, the State Department, the FBI, the CIA, most cabinet posts, the National Security Council, and White House personnel.

American voters must alert their fellow Americans that Kamala Harris is a very serious national security threat to the very survival of the Constitutional Republic of the United States; she has been a travel companion for Marxists, Communists, Maoists, Socialists, Progressives and Chinese Communists for more than 35 years. President Trump had a lot more background information about Kamala Harris than we put here, and he was right when he accused Kamala Harris of being a communist subverter.

Geoffrey B. Higginbotham Major General, USMC (Ret.)

 

Kamala Harris’ Socialist Ties

By Trevor Loudon

U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) speaks to reporters after announcing her candidacy for President of the United States, at Howard University, her alma mater, on January 21, 2019 in Washington, DC. Harris is the first African-American woman to announce a run for the White House in 2020. Al Drago/Getty Images

Democratic presidential primary front-runner Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) recently told reporters at a campaign stop in New Hampshire that she is “not a Democratic Socialist.”

The next question should have been obvious: “Well, then, what kind of socialist are you?”

Harris has been surrounded by socialists and communists her entire life—beginning with her staunchly Marxist father. Harris is the older child of two 1960’s Berkeley radicals: Shyamala Gopalan, a cancer researcher from the state of Tamil Nadu in southern India, and Donald J. Harris, an economist from Jamaica.

Gopalan and Donald Harris were very active during the civil rights and anti-Vietnam War protests of the era, often taking baby Kamala to protests in a stroller, according to a recent article in the San Jose daily newspaper The Mercury News on the Harris family.

The couple separated after Donald Harris took a professorship at the University of Madison–Wisconsin. Gopalan filed for divorce in 1971 and won custody of her two daughters in 1973.

Kamala and her younger sister, Maya—now her presidential campaign chair—regularly visited their father during school holidays.

In 1972, Donald Harris left the University of Madison–Wisconsin to begin a visiting professorship of economics at Stanford University.

On Nov. 3, 1976, an article published in the Stanford Daily newspaper claimed that more than 250 students were clamoring for more Marxist perspectives.

Shortly thereafter, a letter was published in the Stanford Daily on Nov. 12, 1976, signed by the Stanford branch of the Union for Radical Political Economics (URPE), with signatures from members Bill Dittenhofer, Ari Cohen, Eric Berg, David O’Connor, Arthur Slepian, Sandy Thompson, and Tracy Mott:

“The program in Marxian economics would be much weaker than it is today if had it not been for massive student efforts in the form of petitions, open meetings …

“[It] was only after a divisive one and a one-half year struggle that the opposing elements in the department gave into student pressure and conceded to ‘the appointment of Prof. Donald Harris. Thus the presence of Marxian economists here simply indicates the success of the student struggle. … The recent addition of course offerings in Marxian economics is again a direct result of student pressure, not departmental benevolence.”

After an 18-month campaign by the union, Harris was offered and accepted a permanent professorship.

The URPE (which last year celebrated its 50th anniversary) began in 1968 as a spinoff of the radical Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). URPE has overlapped considerably with America’s largest Marxist organization, the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), since its founding in 1982. One of professor Donald Harris’ Stanford supporters and URPE letter signatories, Mott, is now a professor at the University of Denver, where he works with local DSA activists.

During the summer and fall of 2006, the DSA’s Political Action Committee helped DSA activists around the country host house parties to raise funds that helped Bernie Sanders become the “sole socialist in the U.S. Senate.”

According to DSA magazine Democratic Left: “Boulder, Colorado, guests braved a downpour to attend the party at the home of Leslie Lomas and hear a talk about giving money by economics professor and socialist Tracy Mott.”

According to The Mercury News: “Several of his former students said it wasn’t accurate to describe him [Donald Harris] as Marxist, although ‘he might have been a lot more sympathetic to Marx than a lot of other economists were at the time,’ said Tracy Mott.”

Mott was being disingenuous. Several Stanford Daily articles at the time described Donald Harris as “Marxist,” and Mott and his friends made it very clear that Harris was hired specifically for his radical ideology.

Donald Harris wrote papers such as: “The Black Ghetto as Colony: A Theoretical Critique” ‎(1972) and “Capitalist Exploitation and Black Labor: Some Conceptual Issues” (1978).

Harris’ Marxism was never questioned or denied at any stage of his career.

URPE also was very close to the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), once the largest and most influential of the far-left think tanks in Washington. Since its founding in 1963, the IPS has consistently followed a pro-Marxist line on foreign policy, defense, and economic issues.

To put its policy recommendations into action, the IPS “built networks of contacts among congressional legislators and their staffs, academics, government officials, and the national media,” according to the book: “The War Called Peace: The Soviet Peace Offensive.”

The IPS was also on very close terms with representatives of communist Cuba and the former Soviet Union.

In 1978, in an article in National Review, Brian Crozier, director of the London-based Institute for the Study of Conflict, described IPS as the “perfect intellectual front for Soviet activities which would be resisted if they were to originate openly from the KGB.”

In the 1988 book: “Winning America: Ideas and Leadership for the 1990s,” edited by IPS leaders Marcus Raskin and Chester Hartman, the IPS and DSA affiliate Sean Gervasi recommended a slate of radical colleagues as potential appointees in a hoped-for new Democratic administration after the 1988 election.

Gervasi’s wish list included the following:

• Barry Bluestone—SDS founder, DSA affiliate, URPE member. Served as a member of the senior policy staff of former Rep. Richard Gephardt (D-MO).

• Gar Alperovitz—IPS, DSA, Brookings Institute.

• Robert Browne—SDS, IPS.

• Jeff Faux—DSA affiliate. Faux has worked as an economist with the U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity and the U.S. Departments of State, Commerce, and Labor.

• Carol O’Cleireacain—DSA member, Brookings Institute. In 2014, she became Detroit deputy mayor for economic policy, planning, and strategy.

• Howard Wachtel—IPS, URPE member.

• Art MacEwan—URPE member, DSA affiliate.

And, of course, Donald Harris, Marxist professor and Kamala Harris’ father.

Republican George H.W. Bush won the 1988 election, so professor Harris stayed on at Stanford until his retirement.

Ironically, Kamala Harris’ most formidable opponent in the Democratic primary so far is Bernie Sanders, a favorite of professor Harris’ old URPE and DSA colleagues.

When Sanders drops out of a very crowded Democratic primary, will his supporters cross over to support Kamala Harris?

I believe they will. In fact, I believe it has already been decided.

Trevor Loudon is an author, filmmaker, and public speaker from New Zealand. For more than 30 years, he has researched radical left, Marxist, and terrorist movements and their covert influence on mainstream politics.

 

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