For decades, my foundations have invested in dismantling systemic racism—from ending the drug war to securing voting rights. Now, a new $220 million investment will build power in Black communities and new anti-racist policies in the U.S. https://t.co/x9zdM5JRCB pic.twitter.com/US4U80T9cv— George Soros (@georgesoros) July 13, 2020
The Open Society Foundations, the philanthropic group founded by George Soros, will announce on Monday that it is investing $220 million in efforts to achieve racial equality in America https://t.co/PwKVKOzMke— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 13, 2020
So where is this funding coming from? pic.twitter.com/4BsqFi1DkU— The Dunedain Ranger (@DunedainRanger9) July 13, 2020
The funding trail is in the multi-millions. And does not seem to be slowing down. Make no mistake, this is just one part of a collection of groups that make up a larger a Queer/ Trans led Marxist movement (their own words), and are being funded and supported by the Universities pic.twitter.com/jzZDL739tL— The Dunedain Ranger (@DunedainRanger9) July 13, 2020
Is it a Jewish conspiracy when it is done in full public view?
“NEW YORK—To support this nation’s historic movement towards racial justice, the Open Society Foundations today is announcing investments totaling $220 million in emerging organizations and leaders building power in Black communities across the country, placing a bet on their ability to carry today’s momentum toward a better tomorrow.
The largest share of this support—$150 million—will be through a set of five-year grants to Black-led justice organizations that helped to create and now sustain the momentum towards racial equality. Open Society’s response reflects our conviction that real progress requires sustained support over many years and letting leaders accountable to impacted communities shape the path forward.
“It is inspiring and powerful to experience this transformational moment in the racial justice movement,” said Open Society Foundations’ President Patrick Gaspard. “We are honored to be able to carry on the vital work of fighting for rights, dignity, and equity for oppressed people the world over started by our founder and chair, George Soros. …”
The “Open Society” is what they want.
Black Lives Matter is nothing but a means to that end.
The “Open Society” is a reference to Karl Popper’s two volume book The Open Society and Its Enemies which has defined the post-World War II era. What do you suppose is the common thread that ties George Soros to Karl Popper to Karl Marx to Theodor Adorno to Max Horkheimer to Sigmund Freud to Herbert Marcuse to Jacques Derrida and other leading lights of Critical Theory?