Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Leaked Soros Documents Confirm Manipulations, Plots, Globalism, Funding, etc. - No Longer 'Conspiracy Theory'



How many times do we see proof over what was once called "conspiracy theory'. These hacked emails and documents just tell most of us what we already knew, but it's nice to have validation and proof. Remind me of the HAARP saga, which was largely dismissed for years, only to be revealed as fact once irrefutable proof became available. 

We also have to wonder what else is coming out between now and November. 








In the two days since the Soros Open Society Foundation hack by the DCLeaks collective, several notable revelations have emerged among the data dump of over 2,500 documents exposing the internal strategy of the organization, which expose some of Soros' tactics to influence and benefit from Europe's refugee crisis, the opportunistic funding and influence of media organizations, providing cash for assorted "pro-democracy" groups including the infamous La Raza,Soros' funding of various "social justice" organizations while paying to track unfavorable media coverage including that of Pamela Geller.
One particular leaked memo, profiled earlier by the Daily Caller, argues that Europe’s refugee crisis should be accepted as a “new normal,” and that the refugee crisis means “new opportunities” for Soros’ organization to influence immigration policies on a global scale. OSF program officer Anna Crowley and program specialist Katin Rosin co-authored the May 12 memo, titled “Migration Governance and Enforcement Portfolio Review.”
The nine-page review makes three key points: OSF has been successful at influencing global immigration policy; Europe’s refugee crisis presents “new opportunities” for the organization to influence global immigration policy; and the refugee crisis is the “new normal.”
As the authors write in the introduction, one of the purposes of the review “consider the effectiveness of the approaches we have used to achieve change at the international level.” A section of the review titled “Our Work” describes how America’s least transparent think tank has worked with “leaders in the field” to “shape migration policymaking and influence regional and global processes affecting the way migration is governed and enforced.” 
This may be of particular interest to Germans, the majority of whom are displeased with Merkel's "open door" policies in the aftermath of the recent terrorist attacks on German soil.

In a section titled, “Our Ambitions,” the authors explain: “Our premise for engaging in work related to governance was that, in addition to mitigating the negative effects of enforcement, we should also be supporting actors in the field proactively seeking to change the policies, rules, and regulations that govern migration.”

More importantly, the memo explains how Europe’s refugee crisis is opening doors for Soros’ organization to further influence global immigration policy.

The authors note that “the current refugee crisis is creating space to reconsider the governance of migration and the international refugee regime.” One reason for this is that the developing countries that make up the Group of 77 at the United Nations were motivated by the refugee crisis to keep immigration issues on the “global agenda,” the memo states. “The refugee crisis and the fear that the interests of migrants fleeing poverty, climate change, generalized violence, or natural disaster would be overlooked at these fora have generated a push from G77 countries to ensure other migration issues remain on the global agenda.

They also explain that the current crisis provides “new opportunities” for influencing immigration policy on a global scale.

It is almost as if Europe's refugee crisis was planned and prepared, not just by the Soros organization, but others who would benefit from a shift in the change of regional "migration governance", i.e., the reimposition of sovereignty terms, as Greece found out the hard way several months ago when its sovereignty was relegated to the country's willingness to participate in Europe's refugee scheme.


The conclusion also stresses the need to fight back against “growing intolerance toward migrants." It is unclear just how Soros plans on "fighting back."


Needless to say, in order to promote its European refugee agenda, the Soros organization needs close European allies. Conveniently, it has a memo prepared just for that titled "Reliable allies in the European Parliament (2014 – 2019)" in which it notes the importance of building "lasting and trustworthy" relationships with European MEPs "likely to support Open Society's work."


Aside from Europe's refugee crisis, the data leak provides other important glimpses in Soros' influence of global affairs. 
One memo, which is an overview of the "Ukraine Media Project"  exposes how Soros influences media coverage of events in Ukraine, something previously touched upon in a June 2015 post titled "Hacked Emails Expose George Soros As Ukraine Puppet-Master." 
In the memo which reveals how Soros hopes to "cover" events in Ukraine, the authors admit that "this isn’t proper independent journalism and we may damage our credibility with journalists"  and admit that "journalists may produce stories that have no relevance for the narrative we seek to inform or stories that are counterproductive (enforcing narratives of fascism etc.)"


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Another memo provides further details on the funding of an additional five organizations, including the infamous La Raza.


Among the leaks we also find a document on the Center for American Progress, or CAP, whose purpose is "To support the Examining Anti-Muslim Bigotry Project." We are confident various conservative organization will be curious about this because as part of its activities the CAP is expected to "research and track the activities of the most prominent drivers of Islamophobia" including Pamela Geller, Frank Gaffney, David Howoritz, Robert Spencer, Cliff May, Liz Cheney and so forth:


We continue to dig through the filings for further ties, financial or otherwise, between Soros and the various branches of the US government as well as the 4th estate.












7 comments:

Bt374 said...

That is an unbelievable amount of important info..but the frustrating thing is, it will still be called a conspiracy theory. Oh the deception...Stockholm syndrome comes to mind...creepy. Theological views amongst readers here may vary, but I'm curious. The great falling away, are we witnessing its continuation, or it's warm up?

Scott said...

Yea you're probably right. The facts never really matter these days anyway. I personally believe the 'falling away" is departure. As it was prior to the king james version. I dont hang my hat on this as being the strongest pre-trib scripture (as assumed by many folks on the other side of this interpretation). In fact imo its not even secondary scripture. Maybe not even third on the list. But i still believe this is a reference to departure. But at the same time there is both a falling away (europe comes to mind) yet in some areas we see great revivals. Strange times indeed

Lance M said...

Scott,

I agree with you on the departure interpretation....also, just my opinion. Scripture says wide is the road that leads to destruction, so we know most people will miss the mark. The gospels even describe a large number of followers deserting Jesus, so IMO people have been "falling away" from the time of Christ. I think departure makes more sense....it's not a salvation issue, so it won't have an impact on anyone's eternity. Just my two sense.
Also, I think we're seeing the beginning of the strong delusion....I think the delusion is belief in self/man/world. Pride is the foundation of all rebellion, and the trend is to rationalize that whatever you believe, you're right. Absolute truth isn't popular anymore & it's only getting stronger, again, IMO.

Lance

Scott said...

The delusion has aways fascinated me a great deal because we have so little information on that...Leads to a lot of speculation. I lean towards it being an explanation for the gathering up. I dunno. I've heard a lot of theories - some make a lot of sense. One of my prophecy friends used to think the delusion was the AC telling the world that it was too late for them to have salvation and they would have to join forces with him in battling Christ...I always found that interesting, I have also kicked around the notion that perhaps the UFO thing (in concert with project bluebell) would create the delusion that life on earth was 'seeded' by aliens, and thus, the biblical story was a fairytale. and a massive UFO sighting at the time of the gathering up could somehow be the explanation. Personally I have no idea - its a post-trib event, I'll have my mind on other things at that point :)

Scott said...

project bluebeam, not bluebell.

Lance M said...

Agreed! I also thought the delusion might have something to do with a rapture explanation, possibly UFO related...no one knows. I only recently have begun to think that it may be starting because people are losing their minds. I agree with the first comment that none of the hack revelations will have any impact....people believe what they want, which is what God will allow them to do??
I like project Bluebell better than bluebeam....sounds much tastier! This from the guy who gave his two sense earlier....it's late I guess.

Lance

Scott said...

heh - it is late - the news is coming in so fast these days - I'm working on 2-3 separate updates. These days the news cycle has become 4-6 hours rather than the 12 +/- hours than it had been. Incredible