Liberal billionaire and infamous globalist George Soros is set to unleash his plot to flood social justice activism groups with cash in order to advance his agenda.
Soros does much of his work through his Open Society Foundation, to which he has donated billions of dollars personally. The Foundation issued a press release on Monday declaring that the organization will distribute “investments totaling $220 million in emerging organizations and leaders building power in Black communities across the country.”
$150 million of the total $220 million donations will be distributed to “Black-led justice organizations” working towards “social justice” goals. $70 million will go toward “more immediate efforts to advance racial justice,” including efforts to defund the police, increase youth activism, and influence the U.S. election.
Open Society Foundations President Patrick Gaspard was very transparent about the goal of the massive initiative. He told the New York Times on Monday that the civil unrest gripping the nation is “the moment we’ve been investing in for the last 25 years.”
“There is this call for justice in Black and brown communities, an explosion of not just sympathy but solidarity across the board,” he continued. “So it’s time to double down. And we understood we can place a bet on these activists — Black and white — who see this as a moment of not just incrementalism, but whole-scale reform.”
It doesn’t get clearer than that. George Soros and his organization have seized the moment presented by the chaos the nation has been subjected to as the perfect opportunity to remake the US in his own image.
Soros and the Open Society Foundation leaders understand that the majority of the US is tiring of the weeks of violence and unrest, and they need to inject money into the movement in order to keep it going.
“The demands being made now will not be met overnight, and we know the gaze of media and elected officials will turn in other directions,” Gaspard said. “But we need these moments to be sustained. If we’re going to say ‘Black lives matter,’ we need to say ‘Black organizations and structures matter.’”