Posted onSeptember 9, 2021byifnm|Comments Off on Nikole Hannah-Jones launches Soros-funded K-12 ‘1619 Freedom School’
A school centered around fake history. What could possibly go wrong?
New York Times journalist and Howard University professor
Nikole Hannah-Jones has founded the 1619 Freedom School, targeted to
elementary school students in her hometown of Waterloo, Iowa.
school’s mission is to help children develop a love of reading and
books through liberating instruction centered on Black American history
and will serve low-income students with the widest disparity in their
reading scores,” the school’s press release states.
Sheritta Stokes, a local teacher and friend of Hannah-Jones, is the organization’s co-founder. The pair aim to deliver “intensive literacy instruction and a culturally responsive curriculum to bridge the academic opportunity gap among low-income public school students.”
The 1619 Freedom School’s curriculum will utilize “a literacy curriculum built around Black history,” which will also be available as “an open sourced, free resources for communities across the country.”
Exclusive: Frank Wright, Ph.D., touts new documentary about the power of leftist billionaire
Anyone who throws stones at billionaire atheist George Soros can
expect to be shunned or censored by his protectors in the media. Just
ask top Chicago Tribune columnist John Kass or former House Speaker Newt
A veteran journalist, Kass blasted Soros for bankrolling the election
of soft-on-crime prosecutors. His snowflake Tribune colleagues accused
him of publishing an “odious anti-Semitic conspiracy theory” and
demanded an apology. But Kass refused to grovel, pointing out he was
only repeating widely reported facts.
Gingrich charged on Fox News Channel that the “number one problem” behind riots and looting in big cities is “George-Soros-elected, left-wing, anti-police, pro-criminal district attorneys.” That triggered a Fox host who interjected, “I’m not sure we need to bring George Soros into this.”
Posted onSeptember 26, 2020byifnm|Comments Off on David Horowitz: The Civil War Started When Democrats Seceded From the Union in 2016
Five days after the 2016 election there was a meeting at the Mandarin Oriental, which is a very posh hotel in Washington, D.C. It was organized by George Soros and there were something like 400 people there including Nancy Pelosi, Elizabeth Warren, Soros, Bernie Sanders, the Occupy Wall Street communists, the whole range of the left. What they did is form what they called a “resistance” to Trump—you remember, 70 Democrats boycotted the inauguration. This is sedition.
We’re in a war. My book Blitz shows we’re
already in a civil war. What the Democrats did in 2016 is what you call
treason. They seceded from the Union for the second time, the first
being with the election of Abraham Lincoln, which led to the shooting
war. The reason we don’t have two armies in the field is that the
federal government is too powerful so there’s nobody outside the
government who can organize a military force that wouldn’t be crushed
immediately. So the civil war is over who controls the executive.
Horowitz has a unique insight in the communist wing of the Democrat Party, having spent his youth agitating for the left and even connected to groups like the Black Panthers, a domestic terrorist organization. You can read about his transformation to conservatism in his excellent book Radical Son.When someone of Horowitz’s caliber and insight into the left speaks, we all should take what he says very seriously. He may be one of the only living witnesses to the horrors of the left’s assault on America in the ’60s through terror and infiltration. Horowitz continues to reveal that he knows where and when the Democrat secession meeting happened:
Posted onJanuary 29, 2020byifnm|Comments Off on George Soros to Start $1 Billion School to Fight Nationalists, Climate Change (Video)
Will seek to combat authoritarian governments, climate change
Billionaire George Soros said he will commit $1 billion
to start a global university to fight authoritarian governments and
climate change, calling them twin challenges that threaten the survival
of our civilization.
Open Society University Network will offer an international platform
for teaching and research, the 89-year-old said Thursday at the World
Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The university will be launched
through a partnership of the Soros-backed Central European University
and Bard College.
“As a long-term strategy our best hope
lies in access to quality education, specifically an education that
reinforces the autonomy of the individual by cultivating critical
thinking and emphasizing academic freedom,” Soros said.
George Soros has been branded a ‘public enemy’ by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban
Hungary published details Thursday of tough anti-immigration laws named after “public enemy” George Soros amid a row over claims Budapest covered up a hike in refugee arrivals.
Hungarian-born US billionaire Soros has been called “a public enemy” by Prime Minister Viktor Orban who accuses the 87-year-old of orchestrating migration into Europe since the refugee crisis began in 2015.
Hungary erected fences on its southern borders in 2015 and last year began holding all adult asylum-seekers in guarded border camps.
The latest three laws — called the “Stop Soros law package” — aim to shut remaining loopholes that allow “illegal immigration” to persist, government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs said in a radio interview.
The proposed measures include entry bans on foreigners and restraining orders stopping Hungarians approaching the border areas if they are deemed to be “supporting” or “organising” illegal immigration, according to the draft legislation published on the government website.
Billionaire George Soros and Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi are headlining the last day of a secretive three-day conference on Friday, where Democratic megadonors are plotting the next steps of their “resistance,” according to internal documents obtained by The Washington Free Beacon.
The Democracy Alliance is a club of wealthy liberal donors who pledge hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding to approved left-wing groups. The Free Beacon was able to obtain documents, including the club’s agenda during the conference, which is being held at California’s posh La Costa Resort.
It began on Wednesday morning with the promise to all members and guests of the summit that their participation would “remain confidential.”
The conference agenda laid out “participation guidelines,” explaining that the Democracy Alliance is a “safe place” for donors and activists to meet. Guests are instructed not to share members’ names with the press and not to post to any social media sites. In addition, attendees are asked to contact Democracy Alliance if the “media or a blogger” contact them, and to “refrain from leaving sensitive materials out where others may find them.”
However, in this era of leakers, nothing is sacred. So, the agenda for the meeting, titled, “Beyond #Resistance: Reclaiming our Progressive Future,” was revealed via the conservative news outlet. It outlined three full days of events, culminating in a Friday night dinner headlined by Pelosi.
Posted onNovember 19, 2017byifnm|Comments Off on Battle for the West: Hungarian PM Says ‘Silent Majority’ Will Prevail Over ‘Globalist Elites’ and ‘The Soros Empire’
Hungary’s Viktor Orbán has launched a stunning denunciation of globalism, declaring that the “true spirit of the age” points to a resurgence of conservative values centred on country, family, and tradition.
The Hungarian premier drew battle lines between a “silent majority” of ordinary people who “provide for their families, love their homelands, and insist on their Christian roots” on the one hand, and the “globalist elites, the bureaucrats who serve them, the politicians in their pay, and the agents of the Soros-type networks that embody their interests” on the other.
“We should realise that the soothing melodies pouring out of the speakers of powerful global corporations and global political organisations – siren voices encouraging breezy irresponsibility, frenzied consumption, and boundless self-indulgence – are not at all the same as the spirit of the age,” he said.
“Under the soft blanket of dreams laid down by the global elite, one finds the cold, hard reality of life.
“We see tens of millions of Europeans working hard and struggling day in, day out to keep themselves and their families afloat.
Posted onNovember 15, 2017byifnm|Comments Off on Farage: Soros and EU Allies Engaged in ‘The Biggest Level of International Political Collusion in History’
Brexit campaign leader Nigel Farage has called out billionaire open borders campaigner George Soros and his “reliable friends” for collusion on a grand scale.
Speaking in a debate on the Paradise Papers in the European Parliament, the UKIP MEP pointed out that the financier had funded the exposé.
“I say this at a time when the use of money and the influence it may have had on the Brexit result or the Trump election has reached a level of virtual hysteria,” he said.
“Just last week the Electoral Commission in the UK launched an investigation to find out whether the Leave campaign took offshore money or Russian money.
“This came about as a result of questions asked in the House of Commons by one Ben Bradshaw, somebody linked to an organisation called Open Society.
“I just wonder when we’re talking about offshore money, when we’re talking about political subversion, when we’re talking about collusion, I wonder whether we’re looking in the wrong place.
“And I say that because George Soros recently gave Open Society, his organisation, which of course campaigns for free movement of peoples and supports supranational structures like the European Union, he recently gave it 18 billion dollars.
Jan 20, 2016– The inaugural lecture of the School of Public Policy’s Wilburn Distinguished Lecture Series on Politics and Policy featured British historian and biographer Andrew Roberts. Roberts spoke about his most recent book Napoleon the Great (the American edition is titled Napoleon: A Life), which was awarded the 2015 Los Angeles Times Book Prize for best biography.