George Soros has taken out his checkbook once again, this time to fight racism. On Monday, July 13, the Open Society Foundations, a group the billionaire founded and which funds many NGOs, announced on its website that it would invest $220 million in “racial justice” to achieve equality between races in the United States.
Most of this, $150 million, will go to black-led, racially-focused organisations in the form of five-year grants, the organisation said.
“It is inspiring and powerful to live this moment of transformation” the president of the Open Society Foundations Patrick Gaspard, gloated in a press release. The Congolese-born Patrick Gaspard was previously the US ambassador to South Africa. He is an anti-white activist and black nationalist that former US President Barack Obama got to know in his Chicago days.
“We are honored to be able to continue the vital work of fighting for the rights, dignity and equity of oppressed people around the world, initiated by our founder George Soros,” Gaspard added. The organisations that will receive the billionaire’s money are fighting, for example, to extend the right to vote to foreigners or to reform the police. In addition to these $150 million grants over five years, the Soros foundation will donate $70 million to local governments and municipalities, to produce “more immediate efforts to advance racial justice”.
For several years now, through the Open Society Foundations, George Soros has been trying to impose his ideology of a borderless “open society” on the whole world. French scholar Grégor Puppinck has meanwhile denounced the stranglehold of the billionaire’s NGO network on the European Court of Human Rights.
The funding explains how the man who calls himself a “philanthropist” has managed to destabilize many European countries by means of his NGOs and used European magistrates committed to his cause: gay marriage in Austria, Greece and Italy, abortion laws in Poland, or the obligation to authorize sex-changes in France.