EXPOSED: Email Hack Sheds Light On Exactly WHO Created And Is Funding Black Lives Matter…
It has been long rumored that billionaire and former Nazi collaborator George Soros has his far-reaching tentacles in almost all aspects within the Democratic Party, like the puppet-master he quietly pulls the strings from behind the scene, rarely exposing himself to the public.
However the recent hacked emails of Democratic donors has just released for public consumption over 2,576 files from Soros’s vast organizations, and the revelations are shedding some interesting results.
For example one of Soros’s front companies named “Open Society Institute” shelled out $650,000 to the #BlackLivesMatter movement, to take advantage of the “unique opportunity” following the mayhem after the death of Freddie Gray in 2015, in Baltimore.
Moreover documents uncovered directly revealed the troubling agenda of “Open Society Institute” and their desire to capitalize on the growing racial unrest taking place in the city at the time.
However perhaps the most damaging information to be revealed thus far about this despicable character aside from the hacked emails by DCLeaks, are Soros’s tax returns from his various front organizations, in which $33-million dollars was funneled to a maze of individuals and “social justice activists” in Ferguson, Missouri, which quickly turned a tragic local incident, into a national crises of rioting, looting and mayhem, which cost the taxpayers thus far well over $6-million dollars with some estimates as high as 10-million dollars, and with many burned out businesses unable to ever begin again.
The information came from a 69-page Open Society report that went in depth.
Here are key excerpts from the hacked document:
The killing of Freddie Gray in April helped spawn weeks of peaceful protests by Baltimore residents and allies from the #BlackLivesMatter movement that were temporarily interrupted by a period of unrest that lasted less than 48 hours and resulted in some injuries and millions of dollars in property damage to neighborhood businesses. While many lamented the damage done, the overwhelming sentiment is that the uprising has catalyzed a paradigm shift in Baltimore that offers opportunities for major justice reforms.
In particular, recent events offer a unique opportunity to accelerate the dismantling of structural inequality generated and maintained by local law enforcement and to engage residents who have historically been disenfranchised in Baltimore City in shaping and monitoring reform. Building on our existing networks and programs, OSI-Baltimore will focus investments on: 1) creating a culture of accountability for policing in Baltimore, recognizing the pervasive racism, disrespect and lawlessness that gave rise to recent events; and 2) building the capacity of activists in Baltimore to demand and achieve immediate and long-term reforms.
Recognizing the need for strategic assistance, the U.S. Programs Board approved $650,000 in Opportunities Fund support to invest in technical assistance and support for the groups at the core of the burgeoning #BlackLivesMatter movement.
#BlackLivesMatter ($650,000) – Per Board consensus at our May board meeting, U.S. Programs supported a series of convenings across the country over the summer organized in response to the immediate outrage and the escalating community mobilization to save black lives following the numerous killings of black men, women, and children by police. The largest of these events took place in July, when activists participated in the Movement for Black Lives convening in Cleveland, Ohio. In November, the Funders Collaborative on Youth Organizing will engage younger activists in Durham, North Carolina. In addition to supporting these convenings, US Programs has provided the groups and attendees of the convenings described here with technical assistance.
Leaders of #BlackLivesMatter and The Movement for Black Lives worked to influence candidate platforms during the 2016 primary season. This came alongside the recent acknowledgement by political strategists that African-American voters may be much more pivotal to the 2016 general election than previously forecasted.