Green Party VP candidate cool with insane, anti-Semitic conspiracy theories

Green Party VP candidate cool with insane, anti-Semitic conspiracy theories
(Image: Twitter, Izzy Lenga via Breitbart)

[Ed. – What’s amazing is how hard the Daily Beast writer works to depict this guy as just a kindly goofball curmudgeon.  He’s clearly sick-minded and vilely obsessed.  “History of engaging with fringe theories,” my freshly laundered backside.  Forewarned is forearmed.]

Ajamu Baraka, professorial with kind eyes, was an accomplished human-rights activist before joining the Green Party ticket as Jill Stein’s running mate.

But the two leftist candidates—due for a mainstream close-up in a CNN town hall on Wednesday—also have engaged with some fringe thinkers and conspiracy theories. Baraka, especially, has an accomplished résumé in this field.

Earlier this year, the former executive director of the U.S. Human Rights Network had his work featured in a book edited by accused Holocaust denier (“the Holocaust controversy was a legitimate topic of historical debate”) and self-described 9/11 truther Kevin Barrett. The book, Another French False Flag? Bloody Tracks from Paris to San Bernardino,featured the likes of Jewishness-loathing Gilad Atzmon and Ken O’Keefe, who once made a YouTube video explaining how “Hitler was right.”

“What do you think of this plane—Malaysian plane shootdown [over Ukraine]?” Barrett asks. “…it looks like Putin’s plane may have been targeted. If so, obviously that wouldn’t have been done by the Russians or pro-Russian separatists quote unquote, that would have been done by the Kiev Zio-Nazi government. Which is what it is—these Zionist Jewish oligarchs, billionaire criminal dons, are funding Nazi street thugs. …”

Baraka immediately engages with the idea and agrees.

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