The Ferguson/Soros Connections

Every time a liberal bemoans “big money” in politics, it somehow always invokes the name “Koch” when, in fact, it should invoke the name “Soros”. George Soros, hedge fund billionaire, Nazi sympathizer, also known as the man who “broke the bank of England” despises the idea of “free markets” and capitalism as symbolized by the United States. As such, it’s become his life’s goal to create an “open society” which would, accordingly to Robert Chandler of Accuracy in Meida, “require terminating U.S. sovereignty, disposing of the Declaration of Independence, U.S. Constitution, and Bill of Rights, or at least modifying them with significant amendments to make them square with open society norms, and reforming the United Nations to facilitate a world socialist governance with the new social-political institutions to enforce its principles, such as the International Criminal Court.” Soros has been funding various “social justice” groups for a long time working on specific language and causes to undermine our rules of law in hopes of them one day falling. That time is now as noted in the upcoming amnesty declaration and Ferguson decisions.
How does George Soros relate to the Mike Brown case in Ferguson? Any number of organizations to which he supplies financing have worked their way into the narrative to promote the progressive agenda. These organizations could care less about “justice” for any particular person. They use special interest groups to push their global elitist agenda. We can always tell how “progressive” an organization related to ‘social justice’ is by the language used. It’s always pro ‘collective” terminology like “United Nations” and “International Criminal Court and never “pro-American” or “pro-individual” as in the “Bill of Rights” and the “Constitution” which are specific to American sovereignty and individual rights. It’s not a coincidence, then, that many of the collective terms are seen throughout many of the mission statements Soros financially supports that have shown up in Ferguson.
Starting at the top of the alphabetized list of groups to which Soros financially contributes, it does not take long to find that many of them have weighed in on the Ferguson situation. Starting with the Applied Research Center which views the United States as a nation where “structural racism” is deeply “embedded in the fabric of society”. It seeks to “build a fair and equal society” by demanding “concrete change from our most powerful institutions.” ARC arrived in Ferguson via Rashad Robinson, Executive Director of “Color of Change” and a board member of the Applied Research Center. He pushed the false narrative back in August that Michael Brown’s hands were “in the air” and that he claimed to yell, “I don’t have a gun, stop shooting!” We know the autopsy proves this incorrect now, but the Soros “social justice” minions jumped on it with their appropriate talking points before all the evidence was accumulated and the investigation completed. The point is and always has been to stir racial hate in order to promote the notion that America is inherently racist that must be destroyed via “social justice”. Note the language: “racism”, “equal”, “fair”, “change”, “concrete”…some of these terms will repeat later.
Next up is the Aspen Institute. This organization promotes radical environmentalism and views America as a nation plagued by deep-seated “structural racism.” It makes sense, then that Eric Holder did an interview with this source to complain about “leaks” from the investigation shooting of Michael Brown. Control the narrative. There’s that word “racism” again.
The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) used to conduct voter mobilization drives on behalf of leftist Democrats. These initiatives have been notoriously marred by fraud and corruption, so the name has changed depending on location. One of the side groups deeply involved in causing chaos in Ferguson is Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE), a 501(c)(4) nonprofit. Criminals are, of course, natural community organizers, and MORE pushed that recently in Ferguson. According to MORE, “The organizer’s first job is “community disorganization” by manufacturing crises in order to inflame the community. The organizer must “create the issues or problems.” He must “rub raw the resentments of the people of the community” and “fan the latent hostilities of many of the people to the point of overt expression.” Community organizers in Ferguson are by fanning the flames of hate and busing in rioters from other areas: “We know outside groups visited us in August,” St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said. “We are expecting that different people will come in from outside the St. Louis area.”
When paid protestors are bussed in, no longer is it a spontaneous backlash at a local tragedy. It is a planned, organized, and well-funded event meant to create division, divide, and distract. There are “rules of engagement” for these planned protests. Al Sharpton has even gone so far as to create a list of “community organized” cities for these protests throughout the country, much like the Occupy movements which was created and funded by, you guessed it, George Soros. Obama, the king of community organizers, told the rioters to “stay the course”, inciting violence as community organizers do, not trying to keep the peace as a leader would.
Moving onto the next letter, we find the Black Alliance for Just Immigration which seeks to create a unified movement for “social and economic justice” centered on black racial identity. Tia Oso, National Coordinator for the Black Immigration Network and BAJI Arizona Organizer uses the opportunity of a blog post to indoctrinate the youth on modern “social justice”. Facts matter not. Pushing anti-American hate ideology does, especially since they are financially backed by the American hating Soros: “BAJI is committed to championing Black leadership in St. Louis and beyond, because it is Black liberation struggles that have led to a more just and equitable society. Cornell West stated at Sunday night’s Mass Meeting at St. Louis University that “every generation of African people in the U.S. has had to fight for justice” and by mounting an organized resistance to police violence in their community, the millennial generation at the forefront of the Ferguson movement has taken the lead in the fight for the human and civil rights of all people.” More community organizing. Language: “liberation” (of blacks, not any individual), “equitable”, “society”, justice”.
The letter “C” brings us the Center for Community Change which recruits and trains activists to spearhead leftist “political issue campaigns.” Promoting increased funding for social welfare programs by bringing “attention to major national issues related to poverty,” the Center bases its training programs on the techniques taught by the famed radical organizer Saul Alinsky. Tammy Thomas-Miles, a field organizer for this Soros funded group, went to Ferguson for a first hand account of what was going on, and , as one might imagine, her report fit the narrative—more money, America sucks, and color over character. She writes, “ Organizers should put real energy toward creating real capacity, infrastructure and sustainability in Black and Brown led organizations. How do we generate economic security for all people and not corporations? Can we deliver popular/political education in a way that it creates a sense of urgency for oppressed people to vote in every election? Can we gain control of our governmental offices and create policies that work for “everyday” people? More progressive language- “Sustainabilty”, “oppressed”, “liberated”…
Of course, the old standby, the NAACP showed up in Ferguson, too. The NAACP supports racial preferences in employment and education, as well as the racial gerrymandering of voting districts. Underpinning its support for race preferences is the fervent belief that white racism in the United States remains an intractable, largely undiminished, phenomenon. Of course. However, this is the same NAACP which accepted $2,130,000 from Soros as a leader of the “Democracy Initiative” which centered around three key issues: fighting voter ID laws (remember all those cries of “racism” to perpetrate fraud?), changing the Senate rules to prevent filibusters (done) and getting “big money” out of politics (trying to undo “Citizens United” ruling?). The NAACP along with moveon.org (both Soros funded initiatives) demanded the state department indict George Zimmerman, the “white Hispanic”, on civil rights charges, even after the prosecution came nowhere near close to proving the charges filed against him in the death of Trayvon Martin. They are inciting the same type of hate rhetoric in Ferguson with demands for action, even if Darren Wilson is acquitted. Action for what? What they deem “social justice” which involves the destruction of the white man even though Soros is a white man. Oh, wait…it’s white AMERICANS. Moving on….
The last group worth noting (because there are MANY more) is one of the most hateful groups in the nation-the National Council of La Raza. This group lobbies for racial preferences, bilingual education, stricter hate-crime laws, mass immigration, and amnesty for illegal aliens. They worked with other Soros funded groups like the Anti-Defamation League, the NAACP, and the Southern Poverty Law Center to put together a PSA that aired on MTV (target audience? Youth) that exploited the Ferguson situation via a false narrative of race hate to promote the progressive agenda. Hollywood will always give them time for that.
These are just a few of the Soros funded groups that are pushing the progressive agenda at the expense of a dead black kid in Missouri. They could care less about his name or the facts as to what happened. It’s a means to an end, and, as stated earlier in this piece, that is all that matters. The end game is the destruction of US sovereignty for Soros to instill and command a New World Order. I never used to believe in such a thing, but it seems to be happening right before our eyes. Ferguson will act as a distraction from tonight’s amnesty decree, which amounts to nothing more than spitting on the people of the United States as well as stomping on the Constitution, to help him along his path. That’s for another blog post….


2 thoughts on “The Ferguson/Soros Connections

  1. What I hate most is this “idea” of political correctness infused into our psyche. It’s beaten into our heads by the powerful media. I consider political correctness the same as departmentalization. I made the comment that I do not support Obama because he’s black and I got verbally attacked. I made the comment that I prefer to be in a white neighborhood than black because I feel more comfortable like the one I grew up in and I got verbally attacked. I’m departmentalized that since I’m black I HAVE to support Michael Brown/Trayvon Martin. If you’re gay you HAVE to be against Section 8. If you’re a woman you HAVE to be outraged about a comment against women. If you’re a minority you HAVE to vote democrat.

    I don’t have to do shit. I’m sick of this political climate I want to think for myself but it seems like I have to give up my truth, reality and preferences for the sake of the rigid and imposing mindsets of those who are smug, opportunistic or can’t think outside their comfort zones. I’m tired of this. Soros and other financial elite have HUGE sway over the media, public perception, our school system and lobbying for special interest groups. They hijacked capitalism and makes it look bad. Narcissists always get what they deserve in the end because they don’t understand the human spirit, (spirituality not religion).

    I hope things turn around, soon.

  2. To be clear when I said I don’t support Obama because he’s black I meant that I wasn’t going to rally behind him JUST because he’s black not that I’m against him because he’s black, I’m black myself just wanted to clear that up!

    😀

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