George Soros spent over $33 million on Ferguson riots. The latest disclosure was made on the basis of his tax records.
Tax records of the Soros funded group, Open Society, shows that Soros gave 33 million dollars in funding that kept the Ferguson riots going among other civil disobedience the group has funded. Soros has used Open Society much as he has MoveOn.org to try to manipulate the discussions in order to push forward his plans for a socialist United States.
Kenneth Zimmerman, director of the Soros owned Open Society explains why they funded the Ferguson riots:
“Our DNA includes a belief that having people participate in government is indispensable to living in a more just, inclusive, democratic society. Helping groups combine policy, research [and] data collection with community organizing feels very much the way our society becomes more accountable.”
Zimmerman says that the money was given with no strings attached. Right. If you believe that I’ll tell you about the time in 1945 when I broke into a bunker and killed a man with a funny little mustache and made it look like a suicide or how I struck oil one day while shooting at a rabbit.
“The incidents, whether in Staten Island, Cleveland or Ferguson, were spontaneous protests — we don’t have the ability to control or dictate what others say or choose to say. But these circumstances focused people’s attention — and it became increasingly evident to the social justice groups involved that what a particular incident like Ferguson represents is a lack of accountability and a lack of democratic participation.”
Soros then used his other groups to fund scholarly works blaming conservatives for the actions as well as decimating that same information through his bought and paid for media campaigns of MoveOn.org and Think Progress. He also feeds that information to like minded news organizations like PMSDNC, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC and the New York Times.
During the Ferguson riots, Soros hired buses to take activists from his various organizations into Ferguson to try to keep and expand the ongoing riots. Soros funded groups making the trip include but not limited to Samuel Dewitt Proctor Conference in Chicago; from the Drug Policy Alliance, Make the Road New York and Equal Justice USA from New York; from Sojourners, the Advancement Project and Center for Community Change in Washington; and networks from the Gamaliel Foundation.