Janet Yellen Brings Jewish Side to Fed — Again

President Obama’s nomination of Janet Yellen to be the next chair of the Federal Reserve will, if confirmed by the Senate, make her the first woman to lead the bank since its creation nearly a century ago. But she’ll be far from the first Jew.
Yellen, whose nomination to head America’s central bank was reportedTuesday, will follow her immediate predecessor Ben Bernanke who was Jewish, and Bernanke’s immediate predecessor, Alan Greenspan, who was Jewish, too. There have been two other Jewish fed chairs in the past century. In fact, the other frontrunner for the position, Lawrence Summers, was Jewish too.
Yellen, 67, was born in a working class neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, to Julius Yellen, a family doctor, and Anna Blumenthal, who was a school teacher. A recent profile of Yellen published in the Financial Times described the family as “Jewish, although not particularly observant.”

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  1. Anonymous says:

    the master race theory needs to go

    judaism is the originator of the master race theory not germany



  2. Anonymous says:

    See above comment, superb !
    The jews under Nuttenyahu are pushing for W W 3
    We fought two world wars for the jews and we should say NO no more.
    a lot of Brit servicemen are waking up to the fact that all wars are jewwars, e g fought for israel and are saying NO
    we must support them with our voice and our pen

  3. Anonymous says:

    just ignore what wasp has said,
    we were warned jewish trolls would be trying to confuse people

  4. Anonymous says:

    At the end of the day – regardless of religion, colour of skin, beliefs – we all end up in the same place.

    You enter the world with nothing and leave the world with nothing. Materialism for starters.

    Everything in the middle of that is an experience. Call it enriching your soul if you will and learning from good and bad.

    Sorry to rant.

    – Cobalt

  5. Anonymous says:

    Cobalt is right, but it is our duty to fight evil wherever it is seen, and the people who support it like wasp

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