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Soros Brings Regime Change to the U.S. with $220 Million ‘Donation’

July 20, 2020 (EIRNS)—In an unusually public display of his intentions, George Soros announced on July 13 that he was donating the incredible sum of $220 million to the fight “towards racial justice” in America. A sum so big, donated in such a public fashion, is a clear signal that the “regime-change option” or “color revolution” for the United States is “on.”

In an announcement posted on his Open Society Foundation, the Soros network stated that $150 million would be given directly to the Black Lives Matter front (over a five-year period), in order to “create and now sustain the momentum” mobilized in late May with the killing of George Floyd. As everyone will remember—and can still witness in Portland, Oregon—that “momentum” saw the widespread violence directed at state institutions, and the spread of mob violence focused on the take-down of statues, starting with Confederates but widening to icons, under the guise of eliminating “systemic racism.”

“We recognize that the struggle to dismantle systemic racism is an ongoing one,” OSI President Patrick Gaspard said in the release.

“It [racism] has existed from the dawn of the republic to the present day, and is embedded in every level of government and in our penal and justice systems. But the power-surge of people who have taken to the streets to demand that this nation do better—people of all ages, from all backgrounds, and in every corner of this country—gives hope to us all.”

So the master of regime change is determined to keep the “momentum” of the mindless mobs continuing as they expand their destruction of institutions going back to “the dawn of the republic.” The recipe: First, tear down—figuratively and literally—the self-image of the citizenry in their own history, individuals, and institutions, then replace with one more amenable to Empire. A citizenry with no history of revolution against Empire, especially.

The distribution of the remaining $70 million essentially seeks to rebuild the self-imagery of the broken population as docile serfs led by popular opinion. Continuing with the cover theme of “ending racism,” the rest of the Soros Foundation money will go to (as yet unspecified) “Investments in a set of cities as they re-imagine public safety,” and “toward nurturing the civic engagement of young people [responding to] this extraordinary political moment in the history of our country.” The general themes that run through the announcement are “ending racism,” police and penal reform (returning the felons to the streets in the middle of a revolution), ending voter suppression and ending the “war on drugs.” Recipients include Black Voters Matter, Circle for Justice Innovations, Repairers of the Breach, and the Equal Justice Initiative.

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