Fringe Washington gubernatorial candidate decries power of Jews

By JTA
August 3, 2016 07:56

 
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A fringe candidate for governor of Washington state calls Israel “an illegitimate terror state” and the Holocaust a “Holohoax.”

The centerpiece of the campaign of David Blomstrom, a former wildlife biologist, is to inform the public about what he calls “Jewarchy,” defined on its own website as “the inordinate power possessed by Jews, or, more precisely, certain groups of Jews. Examples include Zionists, the Jews who control Hollywood, the Jews many believe control the global economy and the numerous Jews in powerful US government positions, particularly those with dual US-Israeli citizenship.”



Blomstrom is one of 11 gubernatorial candidates in Washington.

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