Where Soros is spending his money to advance the One World Order’s Agenda


This report details how billionaire George Soros is ‘battling the climate crisis’ with his money. Soros’ goal is to institutionalize his worldview on a global scale. This includes fear-mongering about climate change and pushing eco-extremism.

Soros said he is working to “bend” the arc of history “in the right direction.” In Soros’ case, that direction is far to the left. To do it, he donated over $32 billion to his Open Society Foundations since 1984, to further leftist ideology and activism well beyond his own lifetime. Soros has committed a combined sum of more than $2.3 billion to create a global university network to push his extreme ideology.

At 91, Soros hasn’t slowed down his radical agenda to inundate the American people — and the world — with propaganda involving leftist academia and racial strife. He recently launched a $1 billion initiative to create a “global university” network to indoctrinate the next generation with his extremist “open society” worldview.

One of the core focuses of the Open Society University Network (OSUN)  network is to “battle the climate crisis.” The network recently launched the “Solve Climate by 2030” initiative, a coordinated effort to spread propaganda that the earth only has 10 years to stave off disaster, which is about as realistic as when The Guardian pushed a false prophecy in 2004 “that major European cities will be sunk beneath rising seas as Britain is plunged into a ‘Siberian’ climate by 2020.” In fact, climate activists have been pushing the 10-year-window-to-save-earth line for decades. In 1989, the Associated Press published a story pushing a phony prediction that “governments have a 10-year window of opportunity to solve the greenhouse effect before it goes beyond human control.” The lede for that story was just as ridiculous: “A senior U.N. environmental official says entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth by rising sea levels if the global warming trend is not reversed by the year 2000.” OSUN seems to be utilizing old propaganda lines.


Progressives have zeroed in on electing prosecutors as an avenue for criminal justice reform, and the billionaire financier is providing the cash to make it happen. The billionaire financier has channeled more than $3 million into seven local district-attorney campaigns in six states over the past year — a sum that exceeds the total spent on the 2016 presidential campaign by all but a handful of rival super-donors. It is by far the most tangible action in a progressive push to find, prepare and finance criminal justice reform-oriented candidates for jobs that have been held by longtime incumbents and serve as pipelines to the federal courts — and it has inspired fury among opponents angry about the outside influence in local elections. His money helped elect two dozen district attorneys across the U.S.

Soros has spent on district attorney campaigns in Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas through a network of state-level super PACs and a national “527” unlimited-money group, each named a variation on “Safety and Justice.” (Soros has also funded a federal super PAC with the same name.) Each organization received most of its money directly from Soros, according to public state and federal financial records, though some groups also got donations from nonprofits like the Civic Participation Action Fund, which gave to the Safety and Justice group in Illinois. More at Politico.

The Family

The progressive outlet “openDemocracy” — funded in part by George Soros-founded and chaired non-profit group “Open Society Foundations” — mused that social distancing and quarantine during the pandemic may have revealed the limitations of the private, single-family household. It pointed out “several problems” with modern society’s idea of going home to be safe with family, namely “the mystification of the couple-form; the romanticization of kinship; and the sanitization of the fundamentally unsafe space that is private property.” More garbage asked readers to reconsider how healthy it really is to value a “zone defined by the power asymmetries of housework (reproductive labor being so gendered), of renting and mortgage debt, land and deed ownership, of patriarchal parenting and (often) the institution of marriage.”