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Anonymous recently published a video titled “The Elimination of George Soros Has Started,” and to be honest, I’m pretty excited about it. George Soros is a key member of the shadow government disguised as a philanthropic billionaire.
His donations seem heartfelt and meaningful, but if you look a little closer, you’ll realize that every donation he makes has an ulterior motive behind it, helping to secure his control over the political landscape and in turn profit from it.
George Soros’ History: How He Gained Political Power
George Soros’ current net worth is $23 billion. After selling his company, Soros Fund Management, in 2000, he’s been focusing on his “humanitarian efforts” through his philanthropic Open Society Foundations (OSF). Soros started making strategic political donations to essentially fund revolutions in different European countries and made a fortune amidst the chaos. He also made a killing off European forced migration and other colour revolutions.
In 2004, Soros started making heavier investments in the U.S., stating, “I deeply believe in the values of an open society. For the past 15 years I have been focusing my efforts abroad; now I am doing it in the United States.” Could “open society” be referring to a New World Order?
Soros has donated money to a number of “left” groups such as the Tides Foundation, Center for American Progress, and the Democracy Alliance to influence campaign finance laws. As a result, any democratic politicians that don’t support or express “progressive narrative” either receive cuts to their funding or are targeted by the media. This would be easy for Soros to influence, as he uses OSF to funnel money into Media Matters, which directly contributes to mainstream media outlets such as NBC and the New York Times. (source)
Soros also heavily funded many of the “Black Lives Matters” movements. Don’t get me wrong — I’m a strong advocate for equality and am happy to see people supporting one another. However, Soros’ investments in anti-discrimination movements seem to be politically driven, intent on stirring up conflict.
According to the most recent tax filings of OSF, Soros donated at least $33 million to support the activists in Ferguson in one year alone. According to the Washington Post, these donations ultimately resulted in a nationwide movement, social media campaigns, more protestors, and stirred crime in Missouri. Other Soros-funded groups were instructed to create “academic research and editorials to disseminate to the news media to keep the story alive.”
In addition to funding these movements, Soros is actually tied to the creation of the term “Black Lives Matter.” Kassandra Frederique, Policy Manager at the Drug Policy Alliance founded by Soros, works directly with Opal Tometi, who runs the Black Alliance for Just Immigration and is the co-creator of #BlackLivesMatter. According to those same tax filings, Soros donated $100,000 to Black Alliance for Just Immigration in 2011.
The #BlackLivesMatters groups Soros donated to actually attacked Bernie Sanders and supported Hillary Clinton. This isn’t surprising, as Soros is good friends with the Clintons, taking on a senior role in the “Ready for Hillary” group and donating more than $15 million since 2013 to pro-Clinton groups and Super PACs.
Why Anonymous Is Targeting Soros
It’s clear that Soros could easily influence foreign policy wherever he has investments. In a 2014 CNN interview, Soros actually discusses his ties to the conflict in the Ukraine.
CNN host Fareed Zakaria asks Soros, “First on Ukraine, one of the things that many people recognized about you was that you during the revolutions of 1989 funded a lot of dissident activities, civil society groups in eastern Europe and Poland, the Czech Republic. Are you doing similar things in Ukraine?”
Soros responds, “Well, I set up a foundation in Ukraine before Ukraine became independent of Russia. And the foundation has been functioning ever since and played an important part in events now.”
Just to be clear, the “events” he is referring to are the conflicts and war that occurred in the Ukrainian region of Donbass, which resulted in over 10,000 casualties, the displacement of over 1.4 million people, and even a plane crash that killed 298 passengers. This was good news for Soros though because he profited from the chaos yet again, including the acquisition of the state-owned energy monopoly, Naftogaz.
Anonymous discusses Soros’ link to the conflict in the Ukraine and how he was partially responsible for the Western-led coup that overthrew the democratically elected government of Ukraine. Anonymous also points out the relationship former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden held with the natural gas company in the Ukraine. The good news, highlighted in the video, is that George Soros is losing friends in power with the election of U.S. President Donald Trump.
Check out the Anonymous video here:
Soros’ Ties to This Year’s “Women’s March”
I felt a very strange vibe around this year’s Women’s March. As a woman, I would have loved to participate in a protest that actually empowers us and strives for gender equality, but to me, that wasn’t what this was. I felt that the march was actually a political move, one that was pro-Clinton and anti-Trump. As a result, I felt that I wouldn’t even be welcome at the event, because I don’t support Hillary Clinton either. To me, creating awareness simply about the issues without fighting someone else is the key here.
As it turns out, Soros, one of Clinton’s greatest supporters and largest donors, has funded or holds close relationships with at least 56 of the march’s “partners,” including “key partners” Planned Parenthood and the National Resource Defense Council, both of which are anti-Trump. Other “Women’s March” organizations Soros is tied to include MoveOn.org, which is pro-Clinton, the National Action Network, which has ties to the DNC, American Civil Liberties Union, Center for Constitutional Rights, Amnesty International, and Human Rights Watch.
Prior to the march, at least 33% of the “women of colour” who originally protested the Trump election in the streets worked at organizations funded by Soros. To reiterate, I strongly support equal rights for all people and consider any physical differences an illusory distraction from the true essence of our being. However, it is clear to me that some of these gender and racial inspired protests are not really about achieving equal rights.
There is a clear plan being played out here by the elite, which is to get us to fight with each other and misplace our frustrations. They are literally tricking people into thinking they’re fighting for equality, when these are actually just movements created by the elite to distract us and create conflict. It’s still beautiful in a way because it means that people clearly want positive change within society. Nevertheless, they are still another part of the elite’s agenda.
What Does All of This Mean?
It’s important to see past all of the darkness and understand the true root of the problem. There’s clearly a shadow government controlling the United States that George Soros plays an active role in. The good news is that more people are starting to understand the gravity of the situation at hand and, by raising awareness, we can start to create positive change.
Even other countries are publicly recognizing the role the elite plays in the U.S. government. For example, after Bill Clinton accused Poland and Hungary of turning into a “Putin-like” and “authoritarian dictatorship” last year, their governments saw right through it.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán responded by saying, “The remarks made about Hungary and Poland … have a political dimension. These are not accidental slips of the tongue. And these slips or remarks have been multiplying since we are living in the era of the migrant crisis. And we all know that behind the leaders of the Democratic Party, we have to see George Soros.”
He went on to say, “The mouth is Clinton’s but the voice is of George Soros.”
It’s important to reflect on what role you, as a citizen, play in all of this. Are you supporting the organizations that the elite govern? Are you participating in and falling victim to the very systems that keep perpetuating their control over us? While it may be difficult to admit, this is at least in part a reflection of you, because you are part of the collective. This means that even though you are, in some way, part of what caused this, you can also be part of the solution.