90 Miles From Tyranny : New Bombshells About Valerie Jarrett’s Communist Roots

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

New Bombshells About Valerie Jarrett’s Communist Roots

Radical and Communist Roots

Valerie Jarrett was born as Valerie Bowman on November 14, 1956 to American parents in Shiraz, Iran.

Her father—an American-born physician named James Bowman (1923-2011)—worked as a pathologist and geneticist at a children’s hospital in Shiraz as part of a U.S. aid program to assist developing countries. As evidenced by his lengthy FBI file, Bowman was a Communist who often collaborated with fellow Communists based in Chicago. In 1950, for instance, he communicated with a paid Soviet agent named Alfred Stern, who later fled the U.S. to Prague after being charged with espionage in 1957. Bowman was also a member of the Association of Internes and Medical Students (AIMS), a group that, according to Bowman's FBI file, engaged in un-American activities and “has long been a faithful follower of the Communist Party line.” This information is further buttressed by documents on Bowman from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, which show that the FBI investigated him for his membership in a group that “follows the communist party line.” Bowman moved to Iran, where Valerie Jarrett was born, after his discharge from the Army Medical Corps in 1955.

Valerie Jarrett's mother is the early-childhood-education author Barbara Taylor Bowman (born 1928), who in 1966 co-founded a Chicago-based graduate school in child development known as the Erikson Institute, named after the psychoanalyst Erik Erikson; in 1950 Erikson became a hero to the left by choosing to resign from his professorship at the University of California rather than sign an anti-communist loyalty oath as the school required. Indicative of the Erikson Institute's radical political orientation is the fact that its board of trustees has included, in addition to Mrs. Bowman, such figures as Tom Ayers (father of the former Weather Underground terrorist and lifelong Marxist Bill Ayers) and Bernardine Dohrn (longtime wife of Bill Ayers). Bill Ayers, for his part, called Mrs. Bowman “a neighbor and friend” in his 1997 book A Kind and Just Parent, noting that his neighbors also included Louis Farrakhan and “writer Barack Obama.”

Jarrett's maternal grandfather was a Chicagoan named Robert Taylor, the first African-American head of the Chicago Housing Authority. In the 1940s he was involved with such Communist fronts as the American Peace Mobilization and the Chicago Civil Liberties Committee. Also a member of these groups was Frank Marshall Davis, the Communist journalist who in the 1970s would mentor a young Barack Obama. An FBI-file document shows that Taylor was believed to have been “in contact with [Soviet agent Alfred] Stern on a number of occasions.”

Jarrett's maternal grandmother, Dorothy Taylor, was a...
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1 comment:

  1. Yep, the commies finally managed to pull it off....They pretty much run things now.


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