Liberal open-borders billionaire George Soros has a complete global network in place, influencing government leaders and activists with massive amounts of cash to either promote or “seed” an agenda, as revealed in documents exposed by Wikileaks.
Black Lives Matter is on the list for having received a whopping $656,342 from Soros in 2015 alone, to help fund their movement, with a commitment for a total of over $1 million.
A leaked 25-page document titled “Review of 2015 U.S. Opportunities Fund” dated February 9, 2016, details multiple “U.S. opportunities” which were funded by Soros’ Open Society Foundation in 2015.
The document says this special fund allows the OSF to “respond rapidly to unexpected developments that create an opportunity to advance OSF strategy, and to “make bold investments in new ideas, seeds that can be planted at scale to move forward a new way of advancing our strategy.”
“USP” in the document refers to U.S. Programs
The document reveals that Soros’ Open Society Foundation gave $656,000 to Black Lives Matter activists in July 2015., in response to the “emerging activism that followed several high profile police killings.”
They considered giving a lot more:
“USP staff considered going to the Board with a very broad and very ambitious multi-million dollar proposal that would have covered multiple dimensions corresponding to the movement that Black Lives matter represented.”
Instead, they decided to dole it out, so they could “move quickly with $656,000 via the Opportunities Fund in order to provide immediate support to the emerging movement in the summer and fall of 2015” by funding four specific events, with “additional funds held in reserve for subsequent support.”
Black Lives Matter Chapter Retreat in Detroit, MI on June 18-19, 2015, where BLM leaders developed a “national organizing blueprint.”
A BLM event for youth activists and students in Cleveland, OH on July 24-16, 2015.
A youth organizing event in Durham, NC on Nov. 13-15, 2015.
A “Law for Black Lives Conference” designed for BLM lawyers and law students, held in New York City July 31-Aug 1, 2015.
The document explains that another $367,500 will be given to assist the Black Lives Matter movement over the next 18 months.
The Soros groups specifically mentions wanting to financially support leaders in the movement, so they can continue…