Next Comes the Antifa 2 Million Person March on Washington:
Soros Funds Street Violence to Begin Civil War
Jerome R. Corsi, Ph.D.
What we are witnessing in the streets of America is an insurrection funded by George Soros and coordinated with Soros-funded Democratic governors, mayors, and attorneys general to defeat President Trump and bring down the United States of America.
In writing my Coup d’État: Exposing Deep State Treason and the Plan to Re-Elect President Trump, I detailed how the U.S. intelligence community conspired with the Department of Justice, the FBI, and foreign intelligence agencies to fabricate a pretext to remove a duly elected president form office under fraudulently contrived charges.
What is not clear is that the traitors have not given up. Having failed asserting Russian collusion, a Ukraine quid-pro-quo that never existed, and a virus scare where Democratic-partisan government health officials used ridiculously wrong estimates to force a nationwide shutdown of the economy, Soros traitors are playing themes of “social justice” as a backdrop to funding, organizing, and equipping a group of white, violent anarchists to exploit black Americans for power.
The next stage in this drama will be for Soros to fund a nationwide 2-million-person Antifa/Black Lives Matter “March on Washington” to demand “social justice,” a favored leftist theme that ignores how hard Americans have struggled hard to achieve the vision of racial equality articulated by Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in the 1960s.
Given the modus operandi of Antifa and Black Lives Matters to destroy property, break windows, attack innocent by-standers, and destroy police vehicles, this 2 million march promises to create the exact type of chaos Soros and the socialists/communists now controlling the Democratic Party will calculate to throw the nation into a second Civil War.
Clearly, the decision of Minnesota Governor Tim Waltz and Attorney General Keith Ellison, both Trump-hating Democrats, not to demand the arrest of Officer Derek Chauvin in the first hours after Floyd George died was a decision calculated to provide the exact precipitating event Soros knew would trigger a “Ferguson Syndrome.”
President Trump has done precisely the right thing, calling out the U.S. military to control the leftist insurrection, giving governors one final night to control the violence before he invokes the president’s full powers to deploy the U.S. military under the Insurrection Act.
The Ferguson Syndrome
As I demonstrate in my most recent eBook, Rage, Race, and Riots in the Year of COVID-19 Pandemia: Democrats Exploit Street Thugs in Desperate White House Power Play, we are witnessing today what I call the “Ferguson Syndrome.”
The initial narrative in Furgeson, Missouri, propagated by a leftist mainstream media (MSM) was that a vicious, racist police officer, Officer Daren Wilson, murdered in cold blood an unarmed, innocent black teenager, Michael Brown, in cold blood, after Brown surrendered, put his hands in the air and shouted, “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot.”
As that drama played out, Antifa anarchists and Black Lives Matter flocked to Ferguson to tear the city up with street violence, as the middle-class black citizens of that community were afraid to leave their homes as the violent leftist operators created a national media event burning to the ground productive businesses in the community, destroying jobs for local black workers, and creating an antagonistic police-community relationship that endangered Ferguson’s future stability and security.
But along with the exposure of the belligerent “gangsta” persona Brown had on social media, key witnesses upon whom the prosecution was relying to convince a grand jury to charge Wilson with murder began changing their stories as evidence emerges that the officer was attacked and severely beaten by Brown, who had marijuana in his system, only minutes after the teen robbed a convenience store. A star witness for the Brown family, Dorian Johnson, who accompanied Brown when he was shot, finally admitted Brown attacked the officer and attempted to take his weapon.
Inspired by Saul Alinsky, President Barack Obama “rubbed raw” racial tensions as a tactic to produce “fundamental change” in America, code words for ripping up the U.S. Constitution to make the United States into a socialist nation. In a statement published on the Department of Justice website in the wake of the Ferguson shooting, then Attorney General Eric Holder made it clear he sided with Black Lives Matter, pre-judging the case as proof of police racism – a judgment Holder made without the benefit of waiting for a jury trial.
“But in my conversations with dozens of people in Ferguson, it was clear that this shooting incident has brought to the surface underlying tensions that have existed for some time; tensions with a history that still simmers in communities across the country,” Holder said in a media-staged trip to Ferguson. “The national outcry we’ve seen speaks to the sense of mistrust and mutual suspicion that can sometimes take hold in the relationship between law enforcement officers and their constituents.”
With this statement, Holder prejudged that Officer Wilson was guilty of a racial hate crime, setting a tone that was certain to inflame tempers on all sides of the controversy. Holder’s visit advanced the meme that Michael Brown was a “gentle giant” shot down in cold-blooded murder by a racist cop.
After considerable deliberation, a St. Louis grand jury declined to indict Wilson, but a Soros-inspired national pattern was now established in the left’s anti-America playbook.
Soros Funds a “War on Cops”
On August 14, 2015, The Washington Times documented that Soros had funded to the tune of some $33 million the leftist groups that ignited violent riots in Ferguson, Missouri, a year earlier, with activists bussed to Ferguson by a host of far-left groups funded by Soros in Chicago, New York, and Washington.1
A leaked document from George Soros’ Open Society Foundation made clear Soros was on the “community policing” bandwagon with a view to building a “national movement” to reform local police forces with federal guidelines that would end up creating a national police force dedicated to achieving socialist “community policing goals.” 2
“The police killings of African-American men in Ferguson, Staten Island, most recently in North Charleston, Baltimore, and many other American cities, highlight that reform of policing policy and practice must be integral to our criminal justice agenda,” noted the Open Society Foundation’s 59-page report prepared for the U.S. Programs board meeting in New York Coty on May 7-9, 2015.3
“Notably, while such reform activities are inextricably linked with our concerns about racial justice and equity, in particular about advancing opportunity for boys and men of color, they are also critically related to our goal of reducing incarceration, given the role that police practices play in bringing people into the justice system,” the 2015 board report continued.
What the leaked Soros documents prove is that the goal behind the Open Society Foundation’s funding of groups like Black Lives Matter was to federalize America’s police forces under the banner of establishing “community policing” that would deal with minority and illegal immigrant criminals not as law enforcement problems, but as the inevitable consequences of a capitalist society that unleashes police to control and harass minority and illegal victims of social injustice.4
In the 2016 election cycle, Soros channeled more than $3 million into seven local district-attorney campaigns over six states. His goal was to overhaul the U.S. justice system consistent with his socialist views dedicated to implementing the principles of community policing on a national scale.
Just as Barack Obama touted his credentials as a “community organizer” when running for president, astute observers of the persistent political agenda are well advised to be aware the concept “community policing” was introduced to move traditional criminal justice ideas of policing away from law enforcement and toward the left’s concept of “social justice” requiring privileged treatment for criminal activity in communities considered oppressed by traditional majority values and lifestyles.