Soros Hack Reveals Plot Behind Europe's Refugee Crisis; Media Manipulation; Cash For "Social Justice"

Tyler Durden's picture

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.”

They write that “we also believed that advances at the regional or international levels could create impetus for policy change or implementation of existing norms at the national level. We deliberately avoided the term ‘global governance’ because there is no single system at the global level for managing migration.”

The same section later states that IMI “has had to be selective and opportunistic, particularly at the global level, in supporting leaders in the field to push thinking on migration and better coordinate advocacy and reform efforts. We have supported initiatives, organizations, and networks whose work ties directly to our aims in the corridors.”

“Early on, IMI identified a handful of organizations able to engage on migration globally and transnationally, elevating IMI’s corridor work beyond the national level,” reads another section of the memo, entitled “Our Place.”

“These included key think tanks such as the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) and advocacy networks such as the International Detention Coalition (IDC).” (The authors later note that MPI, a strong advocate of amnesty for illegal immigrants in America, “is sometimes criticized for its closeness to governments, [but] flexible funding from OSF has allowed it to maintain some independence from the governments it advises.”)

The memo also notes that “IMI played a central role in establishing and influencing the goals of two new [European Programme for Integration and Migration] sub-funds on the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) and immigration detention.

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.

“The current climate presents new opportunities for reforming migration governance at the global level, whether through the existing multi-lateral system, or by bringing together a range of actors to think more innovatively. Our long-standing interest and investment in global work means we have many of the right partners and are positioned to help others navigate this space.”

The review states, “The refugee crisis is opening new opportunities” for “coordination and collaboration” with other wealthy donors.

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.

It will hardly come as a surprise that according to the review, immigration policy-makers need to accept the refugee crisis as a “new normal.” One of the conclusions listed in the memo is, “Accepting the current crisis as the new normal and moving beyond the need to react.

“Observing our partners as they respond and adjust to the new reality in light of the crisis in Europe and the Mediterranean, we see little attention given to long-term planning or fundamentally new approaches to advocacy.”

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

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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."

This mapping provides the Open Society European Policy Institute and the Open Society network intelligence on Members of the 8th European Parliament likely to support Open Society values during the 2014–2019 legislature.

 

It spans 11 committees and 26 delegations, as well as the European Parliament’s highest decisionmaking bodies: 226 MEPs who are proven or likely Open Society allies.

 

The presence of an MEP in this mapping indicates that they are likely to support Open Society’s work. They should be approached with an open mind: although they will most likely want to work on areas they’re already interested in, they could also welcome hearing about new issues.

 

Beyond discussing individual topics, Open Society should seek to build lasting and trustworthy relationships with these European lawmakers.

Much more in the full 177 page memo.

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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.)"

Investigative Journalism:Select journalists from the 5 target countries (Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Greece) and

 

offer them long stay reporting trips in Ukraine. Rather than specify what they should write about they should make suggestions for articles; we retain a veto on stories we think are counterproductive. Suggestion that we liaise directly with journalists to determine interest.

 

Pros:

 

Similar approach to what we have done for other press trips
Opportunity to build relationships with journalists and news outlets
Opportunity to diversify reporting on Ukraine into longer form content examining non-breaking news angles

 

Cons:

 

Credibility: the “veto” approach means this isn’t proper independent journalism and we may damage our credibility with journalists
Control: 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.)
Interference: however nuanced this is packaged, we may enforce the narrative of GS/OSF manipulation
Placement: publication of the articles is not guaranteed and presents a significant barrier to success

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We then turn our attention to the US, where we we find a memo that "provides a brief overview of state/local funding by U.S. Programs in the last three years."

Throughout its 15-year history, U.S. Programs has complemented its national work with state and local grantmaking. The Emma Lazarus Fund, the Southern Initiative, the Program on Reproductive Health and Rights, and the Youth Initiative all had a strong presence in states like Louisiana, North Carolina, Texas, New York, and California. In this way, U.S. Programs has not only advanced core priority issues at the national level, but it has also worked to enable local and state actors to play a more critical role in shaping discussions around criminal justice, drug policy, immigrants’ rights, government security, and other key issues at the state level.

The memo indirectly hints at Soros funding for BLM:

To provide support to the Baltimore Education Research Consortium, including for the creation of an executive director position/$196,000/OSI-Baltimore/2009

To support the American Journalism Review's series of articles on the crisis in American journalism with a focus on, among other things, coverage of federal agencies and state governments, including Maryland /$200,000/Strategic Opportunities Fund/2009

Furthermore, here is confirmation of Soros' funding and support for Social Justice organizations, taken from a memo revealing the "Democracy and Power Fund", which explains its desire for building "state-based power"

Advance social justice in critical states through state-based issue advocacy and organizing where the opportunities to advance (or the threats to) open society are particularly significant.

It is almost surprising how cheap control over SWJ causes is.

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

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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:

1. Outreach to Subject Experts

 

CAP’s first step will be to interview and engage in the Project the journalists, researchers, academics, and leaders in the anti-hate movement who are researching and writing on Islamophobia, and to develop a roster of knowledgeable and credible experts to whom journalists and policymakers can turn for information. As part of this process, CAP will reach out to Media Matters for America, FAIR, the Muslim Public Affairs Council, the American Muslim Civic Leadership Institute, Muslim Advocates, the Interfaith Center of New York, the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the cohort of emerging Muslim leaders in CAP’s Young Muslim American Voices Project that is run by CAP’s Faith and Progressive Policy Institute.

 

2. Audit of Islamophobic Activities and Strategy Convening

 

CAP will research and track the activities of the most prominent drivers of Islamophobia, including Stop Islamization of America, led by Pamela Geller; the Center for Security Policy, led by Frank Gaffney; David Horowitz’s Freedom Center, which sponsors Robert Spencer’s Jihad Watch; the Middle East Forum, led by Daniel Pipes; the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, led by Cliff May; and Keep America Safe, led by Liz Cheney. In addition, CAP will examine the role played by right-wing media, the Tea Party movement, prominent politicians, pundits, and conservative donors in spreading anti-Muslim hysteria. This research will form the basis of a CAP audit of Islamophobic activities that will inform a strategy convening of around two dozen researchers and advocates, including representatives of progressive organizations and the AMEMSA community. Participants will be asked to formulate strategies for combating anti-Muslim bigotry. The convening is planned for the first quarter of 2011.

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.

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Christianman's picture

And yet he gets away with it...amazing. Just-us

Bill of Rights's picture

Anyone know Voodoo? if so please stab  this prick in the neck with a pin...

BarkingCat's picture

No, but there are those who know Wicca and maybe could make him into plant food.

Problems is that black magic takes a hard toll on those who use it.

I wonder if presented the possibility how many people here would be willing to give up a week of their life to take away a day from Soros.

..

That's if you believe in any of that stuff, of course.

Coldfire's picture

Soros is an excrescence.

NuYawkFrankie's picture

SCUMBAG Soros ---> PUBLIC ENEMY #1

roadhazard's picture

If we knew it all he'd be tied with many others. Vote Third Party.

monad's picture

What Comey is paid to cover up. Field agents may not have been part of his crimes but unless they act now they are all accomplices and accessories. It will be most embarassing if they aren't the ones to disclose the whole truth. Its coming out whether they help or hinder. There can be no damage control. Veritas, oath breakers.

DuneCreature's picture

Soros and Hello Kitty have plans for you and your children.

Here is what the 'religion of peace' has done to spread the 'good news' of a visit to your neighborhood throughout history.

For those who need a refresher briefing:

What The West Needs To Know About Islam | William J. Federer

Live Hard, The Invasion Will Be Subtle At First Then Like A Tidal Wave, Die Free

~ DC v2.0

TalkToLind's picture

It's one big lie.  These hackers are just conspiracy theorists, oy vey!

MaxThrust's picture

@TalkToLind

Hey man, I like your flag. Pretty much says it all.

MickV's picture

And.... Conspiracy theory becomes Conspiracy FACT... again.

Dark Daze's picture
Dark Daze (not verified) Aug 16, 2016 9:23 AM

So, basically, you have an über wealthy European effectively plotting a coup against the US.

This is 'why' these people simply can not be allowed to accumulate and retain such wealth. Inevitably they come to believe that they and not the people, rule.

lincolnsteffens's picture

Your perception is provincial while Soros and his buddies are global. They have a plan for all the earth and have acquired the means to ramp up the implementation of the plan. They may succeed in causing so much chaos that many will chose to die rather than continue against that which seems hopeless. Hopelessness and die off are merely part of the tools available.

Oldwood's picture

It has worked for communists for over a century. The problem for them has always been competitive systems which requires them to wall themselves in. They are convinced that while isolating them preserves their ideology, it also suffocates them eventually. What is strange is that they believe that through world domination they can overcome this suffocation as they always understood what Thatcher did, that eventually you run out of other people's money, and somehow see the rest of the world as their piggy bank to raid. The fact that this wealth is finite as well seems to completely elude them and their Utopia plans for the world will die universally as it has done regionally. The sacrifices they demand for peace and security will eventually force us to surrender everything. We have seen this before. What is even funnier is that they do all of this in the supposed drive for economic justice, yet we see where it has been implemented greater economic INjustice than before. Simply look at who is attempting to impose this upon us.

sapioplex's picture

I think you're wrong about their vision of utopia.  If anything, I think that's just what they may say but not why they do what they do.  I think they do what they do simply as business.  You get more when you do things that help get you more.  Rinse; repeat.

In other words, I think they're just doing what they know how to do and profiting from it.  Most of the things Soros is doing are not illegal (and he has good attorneys who can probably get him off on the technical transgressions.)  With every one of his agendas, he can claim he's just trying to go after ideals that all of us should aspire to on a more regional basis. Of course, looked at the whole agenda in aggregate, it is obvious this man is a blood sucking parasite on humanity.  However, he obviously plays the system like a fiddle, like any successful person.  (Note: it is not illegal to make stupid decisions or have stupid opinions and clever people use this loophole all the time.)

The question in my mind is ethics. Our brains are wired for environments of a few 10's of people. We're living among millions. The big difference between the two is our modern world exposes relatively huge systemic corruption as a result of the larger population. The world needs to escape the traps [brilliant] people like this are laying and crush this kind of disgusting ethical behavior out of existence. I don't see that happening without radical changes to all known governmental systems and probably a lot of violence around the world in the coming years. Sad, but that's our reality.

Have a great day.

Wahooo's picture

What's his motive in uncontrolled immigration? I'm not getting it.

Dolus's picture

The motive is that once the traditonal European cultures are thrown off-kilter a New World Order Soroseque type culture can be used to replace the traditional existing ones. Never let a crisis go to waste.  

RiverRoad's picture

This old fart is one hell of a dangerous man.

Markinkus's picture

The aim is to destabilize the national states and to install policy makers on European Level... easier to lobbying only in Brussels!

lincolnsteffens's picture

A North American Union to destroy the last vestiges of the American Constitution mirrors the European Union. These outcomes are accomplished slowly over multi-decade control over the narrative. We are in a battle over mind and body.

The Roman Empire eventually collapsed but from its ashes arose remnants of its most effective techniques. At the outer reaches of the Roman Empire the barbarians ( the elite's definition of other cultures ) succeeded in driving Rome back to its city gates. I am but one of the new barbarians who will not survive to witness the victory of the barbarians over New Rome.

SwiffFiffteh's picture

Yeah? Where is Rome this time around, then?

TalkToLind's picture

Strictly humanitarian of course.  These innocent, wholesome pilgrims just need love and acceptance and a new place to grow.  They will integrate themselves into the host area's population quite nicely. 

DuneCreature's picture

Money, power and control.

People with no resources cannot defend themselves or feed themselves or refuse any contract for labor.

This immigration expense is just a lost leader for Soros at this point. It's the chaos he wants, the better to disarm everyone. But once everyone is asset stripped, disarmed and at the mercy of the state to simply eat he (and the likes of the Killary elite) owns you lock, stock and barrel.

The big war for your ass has already begun but the longer they can keep the citizens of planet earth fighting just amongst themselves the easier the complete elite take over will be. ....

And that day is almost here, BTW.

Time to muster the troops and take a head count.

Live Hard, Watch The Coast Line For George's Hello Kitty Army, Die Free

 

SwiffFiffteh's picture

For some reason "Hello Kitty army" does not strike fear into my veins. It sounds more like a softp0rn title or something

DuneCreature's picture

I will have to credit the Hello Kitty code word to the famous Tyler Durden himself (One of them, anyway.).

We just need to get ready to communicate with code words because full censorship is coming very soon. ... Any negative reference to Islam will be banned as Islamphobia or 'hate speech'.

If we are going to keep talking about this menace we will need to morph code words for it around from time to time.

I'm just prepping people to deal with Skynet and Big Brother.

Live Hard, Change Code Books And Words Often, Die Free

~ DC v2.0

 

DuneCreature's picture

Ooh yeah, now I remember seeing that too. ... From waaay back in 2014. LOL!

I'm sure that was probably Tyler's inspiration.

Thanks for the link, B123.

Live Hard, Life Imitates Art So Therefore Art Can Change History, Die Free

~ DC v2.0

 

 

SwiffFiffteh's picture

Ahhhh, gotcha. Thanks for explaining.

Every army needs an anthem, a war song. Hello Kitty army would probably use this one:

https://youtu.be/wZZ7oFKsKzY

 

.....and now I am terrified.

hooligan2009's picture

It would be real news if an artcilesuch as this show that Soros benefitted from the INSTIGATION of wars in the Ukraine, Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya etc etc so that his organization(s) could benefit from such conflicts.

but then this would be too preposterous wouldn't it?

what we don't see either, is the equivalent of this at defence companies, from Israel or Iran - can write off North Korea as the lunatic country strapped into its padded cel, though no doubt North Korea has similar plans.

you have to wonder why mass migration from the middle east is viewed as a positive -

on the one hand, the west has blown the shit up out of the middle east to support israel's goals of the destruction of the threat from islam - resulting in millions of displaced people

on the other hand - islamic countries have plenty of resources, scenery and culture that are being destroyed by migration - what are the chances of the west re-colonizing the vacant lots (bomb craters) that it has created - migration can only therefore create vast tracts of unpopulated land

the next investment has to be the pruchase of such vast tracts of land in the middle east for peanuts (or peanut farming or more likely, drugs) or colonization by israel.

nature abhors a vacuum - or Soros is an abusive whore- whichever. :)

RattieNomNom's picture

Scum! BURN! IMPALE!

CuttingEdge's picture

Please. First, at least a month of the most excruciating torture imaginable, or whatever sustainable pain that wrinkled old cunt can take before he takes his elevator to Hell.

For the children...

Skiprrrdog's picture

Every time I see a picture of Hyena Rodent Clinton lately, her head will explode, like someone dropping a watermelon off of a tall building. And it is not blood and brain matter I see, but bits of dead babies and currency...

end times prophet's picture

Should be titled "My struggle"

pocomotion's picture

Let us clean-out the middle east so that a certain state can easily take over control of the vast resources, then begin to control the supply, just like old Palestine, to all of Europe for many years to come.  We must follow all policies announced at the temple mount.

In old Europe and old Americas Let us all have green and yellow babies, pass out cigars and congratulate the arrival of our new-Born's colors.  GIVE THEM NUMBERS and CHIPS.

snakehead's picture

Did you read the pro-Islam part? Or is that a Jew conspiracy too?

Fuckin' loon.

The Gladiator's picture

The pro-Islam part is only for the rest of the world ( no refugees in Israel,huh.). Israel runs the show and sets the rules. Call it tin foil substance,but it has been suggested that if Russia/China/ US come to blows,and the rest of the modern world is plagued by unrest from the migrants, that will leave one country on top of the pile. Guess who?

 

Edit. Forgot to add, Fuckin' loon.

 

 

SwiffFiffteh's picture

Wow, you don't think, maybe, that trying to send these refugees to Israel would be impossible because 1)they fucking hate Israel, and 2)Israel isn't completely daft, and 3)The so-called 'Palestinians' have been on that job for decades already?

I mean, isn't this at least a possibility in your mind? Or are you 100% sold on the whole "everything everywhere is the fault of the Jews and their ultra-evil super-massive extra-secret really-mean world-takeover-plan"

IS BE's picture

We haven't forgotten the Bolsheviks. 

Benjamin123's picture

Temple mount? You mean that plaza where the dome of the rock sits, patrolled by muslim jordanian police inside putatively "annexed" israeli territory and prevents israelis from stepping in?

Not that i ever cared. That place should have been razed 50 years ago. Since it wasnt, the muslims can keep it like they care. Theres just too many irrelevant religious sites to track.

SwiffFiffteh's picture

Forget the overlapping religions. That platform is crazy anomalous in terms of archaeology. The biggest, most skillfully crafted stone blocks are in the oldest layers, and they are fucking ridiculously big. Like 60-feet-long 10-feet-tall 16-feet-thick weighing over a thousand tons big. Some of them still have the remnants of wooden construction boards that were jammed into "lifting holes"(as if a thousand ton block can be lifted using a dozen two-by-four boards??) These wooden remnants are now fucking petrified, which challenges the mainstream archaeological explanations and timelines for the site, since complete petrification of wood does not take place overnight.

I find the Temple Mount platform to be very similar to another stone platform of uncertain age and megalithic proportions, in nearby Lebanon, a place called Ba'albek(which means city or house of God, to no one's great surprise). The masonry there also has giant stone impossiblocks at the lowest(and thus oldest) levels. In the nearby quarry, about a mile away through rugged mountainous terrain, there are several huge blocks that were ready to be transported(how??) to the site, and in between the quarry and the site in that rugged, rough terrain, lies another huge block, obviously dropped in-transit by whoever was doing the construction.

Whoever they were, they never came back to work, and those blocks haven't moved a fucking inch. No amount of imagining a million dudes with ropes and harnesses will conjure a plausible scenario for how those blocks were being moved.

 

Anyway....let's not raze the sites till we can figure that shit out, ok?

IS BE's picture

Akhenaten, Nefertiti,  Paracas Peru, Scotia, Monopariatal skulls. Enough hints. Get to work.

SwiffFiffteh's picture

Sounds like you've done a bit of work there yourself  :)

SwiffFiffteh's picture

Double post ftw! Thats what I get for posting from my phone.

sapioplex's picture

FYI - moving extremely large rocks with very few people has been a known "technology" for thosands of years. You don't need aliens; just a functioning brain.

I provide this link for everyone's enlightenment: https://youtu.be/jD-EMOhbJ9U

SwiffFiffteh's picture

Yeah, thats a great video. But moving a 1,000 lb object around does not demonstrate that you could move a 10,000 lb object around, because the increase in difficulty is not linear. It is closer to being logarithmic, like the Richter scale. Part of the reason for this is because of material failure, but mostly it is just the nature of heavy masses. 10 tons is not 10 times harder to move than 1 ton, its more like 100 times harder.

Otherwise, I could just carry a brick across my back yard and announce that I had just proved I could move a 10 ton block.

 

Anyway, that aside, I'd love to see this guy try this through the Andes, or even the mountains by Baalbek. Not saying he couldn't do it, but....I'm saying he couldn't do it.

 

EDIT: I should add I am not a proponent of AAT. Paleocontact, maybe, but not AAT a la Tsoukalos et al. Humans "with functioning brains", as you put it, moved those blocks. :D

sapioplex's picture

For what it is worth, that one guy did what was in the video by himself.  There's always the option of using more people, which does give a near-linear response if they're intelligent about it.  The point is that what everyone says looks impossible just isn't impossible.

bjax's picture

The only good hack on these people is with an Ice Pick Otherwise nothing changes.