These communists just won’t ever give up.
Is she a Russian agent too?
As we all know from the Clinton Cash book, The Clinton Foundation took close to $150 million in donations from Khazakstan, its dictator president, and their business associates – many of whom had ties to Russia’s major gas company Gasprom.
A few other interesting tidbits are that she went to Northwestern U – which also gave former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev a professorship at the school after the “collapse” of the Soviet Union. Her writings and other associations indicate she’s a communist.
It’s also interesting to note she moved to the US in 1991 – the year after the International Socialist H1-B program got started in 1990. In Gorbachev’s 1989 book “Perestroika: New Thinking for Our Country and The World”, he said that “western companies must accept foreign workers”.
As US leaders are now only waking up to late, the H-1B program has been a huge conduit for BRICS nations’ industrial spies.
It should also be noted that under Title 8 of US law it is illegal for any foreign alien with communist affiliations to even enter the US, let alone work here or take jobs in the US gov’t.
This is outrageous.
Climate change is a BRICS ruse with one goal: to shut down the US energy economy.
Early life and education
Omarova was born in the West Kazakhstan Region of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic, stating in a 2020 interview with Chris Hayes that she “went to high school in a small, tiny Kazakh provincial town on the outskirts of the Soviet Empire.” Omarova grew up in an all female household in the city of Oral. Her mother was a doctor at a local hospital that treated tuberculosis patients and she was chiefly raised by a grandmother, who, Omarova stated, was orphaned when her entire family was sent to Siberia under Stalin’s rule. Omarova studied at Oral‘s School No. 21 before moving to Moscow in 1984, where she was the first student to graduate from the school with a “gold medal”, an academic distinction which was awarded to a tiny fraction of students in the Soviet Union. Omarova graduated from Moscow State University in 1989 on the Lenin Personal Academic Scholarship.
Her thesis from MSU is titled “Karl Marx’s Economic Analysis and the Theory of Revolution in The Capital“. Omarova moved to the United States in 1991, “with one suitcase and a fifty-dollar bill in my pocket”. She received a Ph.D in political science from the University of Wisconsin–Madison (UW), and a Juris Doctor from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law. At UW, Omarova defended her thesis, The Political Economy of Oil in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan.