[Rushtalk] George Soros is Not Giving Up
blueoval57 at verizon.net
Mon Nov 28 09:20:35 MST 2016
/*Yes, but don't forget, Tom. Soros has passed his poisoned screed to
his son, Alex!*/
On 11/28/2016 11:06 AM, Tom Matiska wrote:
> Soros is almost as old as Castro, and like Castro he will soon stop
> getting older. He has less chance than the New York Times of being
> around for many more election cycles. Tom
> On Sunday, November 27, 2016 12:59 PM, John Quayle
> <blueoval57 at verizon.net> wrote:
> *This evil man is extremely dangerous, and is causing havoc all over
> the world***
> *George Soros is Not Giving Up
> **Conservative Zone*
> Time and time again, Donald Trump and his supporters were chastened by
> Hillary R. Clinton, the mainstream media, the DNC, and left-wing
> harpies not to put up a fight if Hillary should win the election.
> “Will you respect the democratic process?” they asked insistently, and
> belligerently- over and over.
> Now that Trump has won, democratic voters all over the country are
> engaging in violent protests and riots. *What’s worse, it turns out
> that George Soros is funding the riots*. Not only that- but a petition
> has gone up on change.org asking for the electoral colleges to recast
> their votes- in an unprecedented move that is putting the voters at
> risk of having their victory last Wednesday morning overturned.
> *Craigslist Ads have popped up all around the United States calling
> for volunteers to sign up for either “full-time” or “part-time” work
> as “protesters” against Trump’s victory.*
> George Soros has been funding demonstrations all over the world in
> this way for years. Recent history is full of indications that these
> paid-for violent groups and all their activities can be traced back to
> *Our nation is not safe until Donald Trump has taken his rightful
> place in the White House. This is not a time to rest on our laurels.*
> Small fires can quickly spread. Protests can easily turn into riots.
> Riots can turn into war zones.
> The elite will not go down quietly.
> *The George Soros Interview he Doesn’t Want You to See*
> Before this presidential election no one outside of Wall Street had
> ever heard of George Soros. He was able to get away with his dirty
> tricks for so long through a series of backdoors and black-op
> organizations that hid his name from public view.
> But not anymore. Patriotic Viral News is blowing the lid off this
> greedy billionaire who uses his wealth to manipulate financial markets
> and enact social chaos around the world for his own perverted enjoyment.
> *Soros tried to hide this interview he shot with 60 Minutes back in
> the late 90’s, but we found it and posted it for all to see. In the
> 90’s he wanted the fame and celebrity status, but now he wants to hide
> his name. He doesn’t want the American public to know just how
> dangerous he can be to us.*
> *George Soros, Elizabeth Warren, Keith Ellison, Nancy Pelosi and More
> Have Closed Door Meetings*
> *When George Soros, Elizabeth Warren, Keith Ellison, Nancy Pelosi, and
> a host of very wealthy liberal donors having a closed door meeting,
> you can be assured that something wicked this way comes. **The
> Democracy Alliance is the name of the group and financing liberal
> action groups is the game. The target will be President-Elect Donald
> Trump’s first one hundred days in office. The goal will be to impede
> him in any way possible. They want him to fail and there is no price
> they will not pay.*
> *As Written By Kenneth P. Vogel for POLITICO:*
> George Soros and other rich liberals who spent tens of millions of
> dollars trying to elect Hillary Clinton are gathering in Washington
> for a three-day, closed door meeting to retool the big-money left to
> fight back against Donald Trump.
> /Full Story Here:/
> /Soros bands with donors to resist Trump, ‘take back power’ – POLITICO
> *Dumped files show influence of George Soros on Western politics***
> ·*Jennifer Oriel <http://www.theaustralian.com.au/author/Jennifer+Oriel>*
> ·*The Australian*
> ·*August 22, 2016*
> In perhaps the biggest political scandal since WikiLeaks, a group of
> hackers has dumped hundreds of files exposing the influence of
> socialist billionaire George Soros on Western politics.
> The files show Soros has established a transnational network that
> pressures governments to adopt high immigration targets and porous
> border policies that could pose a challenge to legitimate state
> sovereignty. His Open Society Foundations target individuals who
> criticise Islamism and seek to influence the outcome of national
> elections by undermining Right-leaning politicians. The Australian arm
> of the Soros network is GetUp!.
> GetUp! was established by activists Jeremy Heimans and David Madden
> with funding from Soros. The Labor-affiliated Construction Forestry
> Mining Energy Union donated $1.1 million to the group. Bill Shorten
> and John Hewson are former board members. A major funder listed on its
> 2014-15 Australian Electoral Commission expenditure return is Avaaz,
> the US GetUp! affiliate that has received copious amounts of funding
> from Soros networks.
> Like most NGOs, GetUp! claims to be independent from political
> parties. Like many NGOs, however, it has close ties to the Left. As
> Sharri Markson revealed in this paper, GetUp! chairwoman Sarah
> Maddison urged people to vote for the Greens in the past federal election.
> In the wake of the election, GetUp!’s Paul Oosting revealed its
> campaign strategy was to target conservative MPs to reduce their
> influence. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton was a primary GetUp!
> target. In Tasmania, the organisation spent up to $500,000 to unseat
> Andrew Nikolic and forked out $140,000 on campaign advertising alone.
> GetUp! has engaged in an effective reframing of politics by
> rebranding conservatives as the hard Right while recasting the Left as
> moderate or progressive. Many sections of the media have uncritically
> adopted GetUp!’s rhetoric, which effectively divides the Coalition by
> aligning conservatives falsely with a range of hard-Right views that
> they abhor.
> Soros-affiliated organisations follow a well-worn political and
> rhetorical strategy updated for the digital age. Like the socialists
> and communists of old, they attack liberal democracy by delegitimizing
> the classically liberal values of individualism, free speech, logical
> argument and public reason. They attack democratic states by
> advocating a porous border policy, reframing illegal immigrants as
> refugees and degrading critics of totalitarian tendencies such as
> Islamism in orchestrated campaigns of PC censorship. Documents
> uncovered by Soros leaks reveal a pattern of funding for programs that
> prosecute porous borders, mass immigration into the West nations from
> Islamist regions, and overt campaigns against dissenters. OSF has
> provided several million to the Centre for American Progress, whose
> programs include the explicit targeting of freethinkers critical of
> Islamism. A recent program grant described a strategy to target six
> critics of Islamism and the “right-wing media” in an “audit of
> Islamophobic activities”.
> OSF has extended its reach in the European Union through NGO and human
> rights networks. It sought to influence EU elections by thwarting the
> success of candidates it deemed xenophobic or racist. The term
> xenophobic is commonly applied by the Left to politicians who seek
> rational immigration with a focus on resettlement rather than the
> disastrous porous border policy championed by the EU’s Green-socialist
> bloc. The OSF also funded a range of media projects focused on
> changing how journalists report on politicians and policies cast as
> xenophobic, intolerant or far Right. Leaked documents reveal OSF’s
> endorsement of questionable tactics to achieve its aims. A document
> reviewed by news source Breitbart states: “Naming and shaming from us
> is problematic: we are also in the business of channelling money into
> other countries for political purposes.”
> It is neither uncommon nor illegal for philanthropists to fund
> political advocacy groups and lobby politicians. However, there is an
> ethical line between evidence-based advocacy by NGOs and
> disproportionate influence on the democratic process.
> Following the Soros leaks, concerns have been raised about the
> influence of groups claiming to be disinterested third parties and
> NGOs on core Western values such as free speech and government by the
> people. In one of the leaked documents, there appears to be a
> problematic connection between Soros funding and campaigning against
> politically incorrect media. OSF took credit for funding an advocacy
> campaign in which a group worked to “take away” news anchor Lou
> Dobbs’s platform on CNN. Dobbs resigned from CNN amid controversy over
> his critical views on immigration. I would criticise some of Dobbs’s
> statements but conform to the view that free speech is protected
> unless an individual or group incites violence or engages in
> terrorist or treasonous activities.
> Another leaked report suggests Soros and OSF played a direct role in
> Barack Obama’s decision to increase the US immigration target. Soros
> wrote to Obama to request the increase while OSF advocates organised
> a group to act. In its 2015 report, the OSF board stated it took “very
> active efforts … to provide a special allocation of an additional
> 100,000 refugee slots for Syrians … In the face of this pressure, the
> Obama administration announced … that by 2017 it would raise to
> 100,000 the total number of refugees the US takes worldwide each year.”
> While NGOs and human rights groups routinely demand greater
> governmental transparency and accountability, they are rarely required
> to live up to their own standards. A new global transparency group,
> Transparify, rated Soros’s foundations zero for transparency among 200
> organisations. Ironically, Transparify receives funding from OSF.
> The belief the NGO sector has been hijacked by interests intent on
> challenging sovereignty to destabilise legitimate states is driving
> governments to introduce legislation to neutralise the perceived
> threat. A NGO transparency bill introduced by Israel was condemned by
> the EU, the UN, US Democrats and many human rights organisations. The
> law demands that NGOs whose primary support comes from foreign
> political entities publicly disclose the fact. Unsurprisingly, many of
> the NGOs exposed by the law were left-wing and human rights
> organisations that challenge Israel’s right to sovereign power by
> attacking its border security policy.
> Expect NGOs to continue attacking conservative MPs who champion
> liberal democracy by defending Australia’s sovereign border and
> national security policy. It is perhaps time to rewrite the NGO
> sector’s demand for government transparency and accountability as a
> mutual obligation.
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