Is everything the left does just a front for global powers?
Despite my strong support for conservative issues, which I frequently express here and other places online, I consider myself an open-minded person.
I'm not ambitious for power and don't feel loyal to any particular political party. In fact, on some issues- such as Net Neutrality- I am eager to support Democratic leaders if they take the right stance.
Even here I've spoken fondly on the noble (or seemingly noble) roots of the Democratic Party. I've talked about how, in the past, they've stood up for the working class, the poor, the oppressed in our society. Democrats stood with Martin Luther King (who was a Democrat) in the fight for Civil Rights.
I believe that every person is capable of great good. That he or she, regardless of affiliation, can make an impact on our country for the better. Be you Democrat, Republican, Independent, or don't even know, standing by your convictions and beliefs- while using facts, reason, and logic- is of the utmost importance.
But the more I learn about the modern left, I less I can stand by them. All the rhetoric, all the passionate speeches, all the virtue-signaling amounts to very few improvements in our society. Noble causes have given way to gender identification, racial manipulation, and emotion trumping reason.
I can't get behind any of their causes, because each time I look into them, I discover an ugly underbelly. Much like lifting up a rock in the forest, I find grotesque creatures- the stuff of nightmares- thriving in the dark places.
It's clear that the biggest and loudest claims from the left are simply fronts for some of the most evil groups and people in history. The so-called high causes the liberals claim to fight for are simply ruses for the greater accumulation of wealth and power for a limited few.
Don't believe me? Let's take a trip down memory lane.
Remember Occupy Wall Street? Maybe not. In 2011 this "leaderless" movement swarmed Manhattan to protest the injustices they claimed were going on in our Stock Market. It grew into a movement across the country in major cities and other places across the world.
According to their own website they were a "people-powered movement," that was "fighting back against the corrosive power of major banks and multinational corporations over the democratic process." Hmm, sounds good right? I mean, we don't want the super rich to rob us of our voices, right?
But OWS always seemed strange to me. I worked in New York at the time and witnessed the kind of people that participated in the protests. They polluted Zuccotti Park, a privately own piece of property, and damaged the locally own businesses. They literally lived in that park -don't these champions of democracy have jobs and families to support? Apparently not.
It turns out OWS was started by a Canadian-based publication called Adbusters. According to their website, Adbusters is about creating "dissent in a media landscape plagued by corporate interests." A quick glance over their material shows they project a staunchly progressive image, criticizing our new President, even attacking Israel.
Not very pro-democracy in my mind. But are they fighting corporate interests?
The Occupy Wall Street Movement (OWS) was launched by Adbusters, a Vancouver based NGO.
Adbusters is funded by the Tides Foundation. The latter is in turn funded by a large number of corporate foundations and charities, including the Ford Foundation, Gates Foundation and the Open Society Institute. Ford is known to have links to US intelligence...
Wall Street foundations support the protest movement against Wall Street? How convenient. (via Global Research)
Forbes Magazine called Kalle Lasn, the founder of Adbusters, the second-most evil man in the world. In their interview with him, Lasn praised George Soros, wishing he was on their editorial board and providing them money (although Forbes claims Soros was on their board).
So how can a so-called progressive group take money and idolize clearly corporate institutions, while creating a movement that challenges corporations? Occupy Wall Street frequently claimed stock investors were breaking the law, yet they never petitioned the Justice Department or marched in D.C.
It's clear this "leaderless" movement was less about bringing justice and ending corruption than it was about sowing dissent and bitterness among Americans towards their own democracy and economy. If OWS could convince enough Americans that capitalism has failed and that our traditional way of life is corrupt, it would be that much easier to dupe them into giving more power to the federal government to "fix" it.
Why else did all this happen under Obama's watch?
Let's jump ahead to the election protests. Immediately following Donald Trump's victory, there were press releases that liberal groups were protesting the outcome. I mean, most people hadn't even turned on their computers to find out Trump won yet, and they were forming demonstrations.
MoveOn.org released the following press release Wednesday afternoon:
Americans to Come Together in Hundreds Peaceful Gatherings of Solidarity, Resistance, and Resolve Following Election Results
Hundreds of Americans, dozens of organizations to gather peacefully outside the White House and in cities and towns nationwide to take a continued stand against misogyny, racism, Islamophobia, and xenophobia. (via Breitbart)
This was released on November 9, one day after the election. How were they able to mobilize so fast? Perhaps they were already planning for this?
I can go into detail to dismantle all of MoveOn's bogus attacks on Donald Trump, but I don't have to. We know their "peaceful" gatherings were anything but. Much like the Black Lives Matters demonstrations before them, these protests devolved into what could only be called riots.
But who is MoveOn? They call themselves "Democracy in Action." According to their website, they are "the largest independent, progressive, digitally-connected organizing group in the United States." Apparently, they are not influential enough to affect an election. But it's clear they are a group that specializes in manipulating people into forming protests. For what end? That's not totally clear.
Soros is hardly the picture of grassroots progressivism. The Hungarian businessman and financier is part of the global elite that want to eradicate borders, destroy the sovereignty of nations, and deprive citizens of their basic human rights- all to create a more conducive environment for their businesses.
He and his ilk around the world do not care about the rights of gays or minorities. He doesn't care about protecting African American's from "corrupt" police departments. He doesn't give two thoughts about social justice. He is simply using your political causes as a front to manipulate the public and push policies in government that favor him.
It's always been about money.
Even the sacred Women's March on Washington last week was controlled by Soros and his globalist friends.
Soros has funded, or has close relationships with, at least 56 of the march’s “partners,” including “key partners” Planned Parenthood, which opposes Trump’s anti-abortion policy, and the National Resource Defense Council, which opposes Trump’s environmental policies. The other Soros ties with “Women’s March” organizations include the partisan MoveOn.org (which was fiercely pro-Clinton), the National Action Network (which has a former executive director lauded by Obama senior advisor Valerie Jarrett as “a leader of tomorrow” as a march co-chair and another official as “the head of logistics”). (via NY Times)
Now don't think I'm trying to make one man out to be "the big bad." But every time I pulled up the proverbial rock of a liberal movement, his name slithered out. But he is merely the symptom of a larger problem. I'm more worried about the many people like Soros, who go unnamed, and continue to pull the strings of our society.
It's clear issues as far ranging as immigration, feminism, the environment, social justice, gay rights, civil rights, and gun control have been co-opted by global powers for their nefarious ends. Your emotions are being used to help a small group of very corrupt people accumulate more money and power over our society.
As Milo Yiannopoulos puts it, you're well-meaning, "useful idiots." Instead of acting on facts and reason, you've allowed your emotions to pull you into a sick and degrading relationship with the very worst of modern civilization. The people you should really be opposing.
Last one, real quick. Yesterday President Trump signed an executive order to continue work on the Keystone XL pipeline. This contentious pipeline- a vital link in securing our energy independence- was strongly opposed by liberal activists who claim it would damage American Indian land.
But guess what, that was a lie. It's really about globalists holding onto their power over our energy.
Some facts about the pipeline:
The pipeline is not near any sacred tribal lands.
The pipeline is not on Native American property.
The pipeline doesn’t threaten the Standing Rock Sioux water supply or their new water treatment facility.
The pipeline company tried many, many times to meet with the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. For over seven years, the tribe never felt this project was important enough to participate in the planning. (via Oath Keepers)
So what's really behind the protest of the pipeline? You'll never believe it.
If you follow the money, sponsorship and media promotion of the Standing Rock protest, you will find that the leading organizer and promoter is Indigenous Rising Media. This group is part of The Indigenous Environmental Network. This group is a major element of the People’s Climate March. It doesn’t take much research to uncover that the money behind this organization is coming from the same entities that are funding social justice, communist, and illegal alien protection organizations including Black Lives Matter, La Raza, the Workers World Party and the Revolutionary Communist Party; George Soros and his extensive network of Globalist allies. (via Oath Keepers)
You see, I really can't make this up myself. There is a clear effort on the part of Communist-driven globalists to destroy America's sovereignty. They want to set up a Socialist/Communist (same thing) dictatorship over our country that will erode our Constitutional rights and create an environment for the rich to thrive.
They use your emotions on very sensitive issues to get their way. Why do you think they wait for a shooting to push un-American gun restrictions? Or equate the barbaric practice of abortion with women's rights over their bodies? Or connect isolated police encounters with civil rights and black oppression?
These people are master manipulators; they know that emotion will overcome a sensible person's reason and intelligence. They've been getting away with this for far too long. It's time we said enough.
To every liberal or progressive that might read this article, hear me. I sympathize with your concerns. I'm for equality, civil rights, and justice for all. I'm against racism, sexism, and hatred as much as you. But think before you march; do your homework. Learn who is really pulling the strings of the hip, new activist group that's making waves in your trendy neighborhood.
You just might not like the face behind it.