ROOTS: KAMALA HARRIS AND THE WHITE IRISH SLAVE TRADE
ROOTS: KAMALA HARRIS AND THE WHITE IRISH SLAVE TRADE by American Intelligence Media
Back in the mines, the researchers are ready to show you what they have uncovered on Kamala Harris’ family history of being …. not only slave owners …. but SLAVE TRADERS in a very big way. We have also examined Harris’ genealogy and cannot find any “black” heritage in her recorded lineage so she needs to stop culturally appropriating the black American.
Kamala’s paternal ancestor Hamilton Brown was white and a ‘typical’ slave master that we see depicted on the Hollywood screen. He was Irish and recruited slaves among the Irish as well as the coast of Africa. He was a ‘Big Daddy’ slave owner and trader and a prominent town in Jamaica was named after him.
We are talking about Kamala’s family business of HUMAN TRAFFICKING is how Kamala got where she is today. Major human trafficking and slavery for whites, blacks, creoles.
Hmm, makes you wonder if Kamala is still involved in the family business and is a part of the human trafficking operation up and down the coast of California.
If you are a descendant of Hamilton Brown slaves, please see Kamala and her sister for your reparations check.
For now…a few nuggets.
KAMALA HARRIS HAS A DESPICABLE JAMAICAN FAMILY ATTORNEY-PLANTATION-OWNER HERITAGE OF ENSLAVING MANY THOUSANDS OF AFRICANS, CREOLE AND IRISH MEN, WOMEN, CHILDREN AND BABIES AS CHATTEL PROPERTY
HER GREAT GRANDFATHER HAMILTON BROWN SENT SLAVE-SHIPS TO IRELAND TO LURE HIS IRISH SLAVES WITH LIES, DECEIT AND FALSE PROMISES–JUST LIKE GEORGE SOROS LURES MIGRANTS ALONG AMERICA’S SOUTHERN BORDER. KAMALA TAUGHT HIM WELL.
HERE ARE THE CERTIFIED NAMES OF HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE KAMALA HARRIS’S WHITE, IRISH GREAT-GRANDFATHER HAMILTON BROWN ENSLAVED.
Jeanne A. Smith, MD. (Accessed Jul. 17, 2019). A return of slaves in the parish of Saint Ann in the possession of Hamilton Brown as owner on the 28th day of June 1n the Year of Our Lord 1817, Excerpts From The Slave Registers, National Archives, London, T71/43, series, CO137/231-23, Despatches Apprentices 1838. Jamaican Family Search.