Ron Bloom was born in New York City, but was raised in Philadelphia and much of his early life revolved around Habonim Dror (a progressive Labor Zionist youth movement that sympathized with cultural Judaism, socialism, and social justice.) Bloom notes that the years at the camp are among his earliest influences, “My grandparents were immigrants from Eastern Europe; that was very much in my upbringing.” His parents met in Habomin Dror summer camp in the 1940’s and later on moved to the United States where Habomin Dror remained part of their lives.“My parents had always been supportive of doing something that we found meaningful,” Bloom said.
When Bloom turned 10 years old, he was sent along with his two siblings to Camp Gali located near Doylestown, Pa. Bloom who return to the camp for the next 4 years and become a camp counselor. Bloom described the experience as “fun” and “it afforded him the opportunity to meet people from different places.” He does clarify that he never wanted to be part of the Labor Zionist movement professionally. He says “It’s all tapestry and it’s hard to figure out what fits where.”
Bloom attributes Habomin Dror with giving him values that influenced the way he views public service. It was a broader sense of indentifying with the underdog. Kenneth Bob, the president of Ameinu, says that the Labor Zionist movement deals directly with union work and its ability to inspire leadership. Ameinu is the Labor Zionist organization that provides the money for the Habomin Dror youth movement that Bloom attended in his early years. Bob wasn’t always at the top of the movement. In his early days, he was a counselor at Camp Tel Ari, Habomin Dror’s leadership training institute, and guess to whom? Yup, Ron Bloom. Bob remembers Bloom as very serious and there for the right reasons – to absorb the experience and learn as much as he could.
Ron Bloom has major ties with the auto industry labor union movements. He is President Obama’s manufacturing czar. He is just another czar that has Obama’s ear when it comes to advising him on policies. If you think that everything I have mentioned above is not still instilled within him, you must be on drugs. Everything he learned in the Zionist camps is being used now in his new position. His mentality has not changed since those days because he praises Mao Tse Tung. Just like Anita Dunn, White House Communications Director, he agrees with Mao. How can someone agree with a ruthless dictator who is attributed with over 70 million deaths in his reign? Easy; he saw Mao, just like Dunn, as a philosopher and is completely ignorant to the facts. They believe in what Mao did during his reign and believed in.
Here is a video from the 2008 Union League Club meeting depicting Zionist Ron Bloom praising Mao Tse-Tung:
Below is the text of the video:
“Generally speaking we get the joke; we know that the free market is NONSENSE. We know that the whole point is to game the system; to beat the market or at least find someone who would pay you a lot of money cause their convinced that there is a free lunch. We know this is largely about power. That this is a adult only no limit game. We kinda agree with Mao that political power comes largely from the barrel of a gun. And we get it; if you want a friend, get a dog.”
For those of you who are probably saying, “Yea, but Ron Bloom participated in those camps years ago. They probably don’t exist anymore.” Here is the link to Camp Gali in Pennsylvania. They are still running the same Zionist camp Bloom attended as a kid.