Soros Seeks Change In Police Policies
A leaked document from George Soros’s Open Society Foundations exposes the billionaire’s level of involvement in attempting to build what his organization describes as a “national movement” to reform local police forces across the U.S. The reform largely consists of federal guidelines for local police forces.
The document identifies an opportunity in the police killings of African-American men in Ferguson, Staten Island, North Charleston, and Baltimore. It relates that the U.S. contingent of Open Society held a planning meeting titled, “Police Reform: How to Take Advantage of the Crisis of the Moment and Drive Long-Term Institutional Change in Police-Community Practice.”
The extensive memo further documents that Soros-financed groups and personalities influenced President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing, which last May released a final report consisting of 60 recommendations providing guidance to localities on how to modify policing practices.
The information was contained in a 59-page report on an Open Society Foundations’s U.S. Programs board meeting in New York from May 7-9 of last year.
The document states that the Foundations’s U.S. Programs (USP) was seeking to use “this moment” – meaning the so-called crisis in policing following high profile shootings and charges of racism – to “create a national movement” for police reform.
Meanwhile, another leaked document from George Soros’s Open Society Foundations reveals the organization was seeking to influence the positions of Latin American governments in negotiating the Transpacific Partnership Agreement, or TTP.
Soros’s organization does not appear to support the TPP outright, but expressed interest in influencing the sweeping internationalist treaty, including the treaty’s positions on Internet regulation.
The document reveals the Foundations provided a grant to a Latin American group under the project title “Promotion of Human Rights Standards in Latin American Internet Regulation.” A description of the purpose of the grant, which was for $66,920, states that a main goal was to impact TTP negotiations.
Documents Confirms Trump’s Sentiments On ISIS
An internal Democratic Party memo allegedly hacked from the personal computer of Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and posted by purported hacker Guccifer 2.0 seems to agree with Donald Trump’s sentiments that the policies of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama helped create the Islamic State.
“In short: Our invasion created the atmosphere for a Jordanian to start a Muslim sectarian war, which ultimately created ISIS,” states an October 2, 2014 memo from Mike Ryan, policy director for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC).
The memo, titled, “ISIS Backgrounder,” was clearly attempting to first blame the creation of the Islamic State on the Bush administration’s invasion of Iraq in 2003, a war supported by Clinton. ISIS, however, did not exist as an organization until about June 2014.
The memo details that the situation “worsened after U.S. troops left Iraq, helping quickly deteriorate the situation further.” Unmentioned is that the bulk of the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq took place under the Obama administration and was completed by December 2011.
The memo further relates that ISIS is armed with U.S.-made weapons seized from Iraqi troops. The weapons seizures took place largely after the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq.
The memo depicts ISIS as the “most extreme and powerful Sunni jihadist group worldwide and has rapidly taken control of large parts of Iraq and Syria.”
The descriptions are a far cry from Obama’s classification of IS as “a jayvee team” in a New Yorker interview released January 2014.
Sheriff Arpaio: We Need A Wall
“We must have that wall,” declared Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa Country, Arizona during a radio interview with this reporter.
While explaining he is not too concerned with who pays for the barrier, Arpaio, who has campaigned with Donald Trump, posited the U.S. government should deduct foreign aid to Mexico if the neighboring country refuses to finance construction of the wall.
Stated Arpaio: “Here we have drugs coming into our country from Mexico destroying our young people with the heroin. And everybody, they get before that fence and they say, ‘Let’s stop the illegal immigration.’ I wish they would throw in the drug problem. Donald Trump has talked about drugs. The first one, way back. And so if for no other reason, that wall should be built to stop all of the drugs from coming into our country.
So if you have to put the wall up, let’s put it up. I’m not really concerned who pays for it. I know Donald wants Mexico to pay for it. If they don’t, just take away some of their foreign aid. Deduct the money from that and get it paid. But we must have that wall.”
According to ForeignAssistance.gov, the U.S. is planning to provide an estimated $134,664,000 in foreign assistance to Mexico in 2017.