PROTESTS and RIOTS Organized by NED and Soros Open Society as Prelude to Marxist Revolution!

Where Are The Protests/Riots?

Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Sudan, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Hong Kong, France, Spain, Portugal, Indonesia, Egypt and Georgia.

While the MSM would have us believe there is absolutely no interconnection among these ‘random’ protests that initiate from some obscure rationale, the truth is they are wholly organized under one banner.

Various NGO’s integrate inside universities across the globe, conduct youth movement workshops, and train radicalism.   They promote a Socialist doctrine under the tenets of Marxism claiming that capitalism has destroyed economic equality and a ‘collective’ unity embracing communist ideals is the answer.

Once a protest has been established, they infiltrate the peaceful conduct and create chaos. In many countries the police are called to stand down. Human rights organizations condemn the use of any means to deter the violence because they are – students.

And as such, entire economies are crumpling as some governments are forced to initiate a coup against themselves in order to save their country from complete collapse. The Chilean President sacked his entire cabinet and rewrote the Constitution in order to restrain the violence.   Despite these actions, the revolutionaries continue their vent of destruction.

The bankers behind these riots?

Open Democracy, which is funded through Soros Open Society, Ford Foundation and the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust and the National Endowment for Democracy.   Within these roots are a host of smaller NGO’s and media outlets; Green Bright, Project Syndicate, Al Jazeera, People and Planet, New Statesman and others.

Their slogan?   Economic Redistribution through Revolution. Their ideology? Socialist reform through Marxism.

The International Committee for the Fourth International, a world socialist organization, is advocating for their members to read and embrace Russia’s Bolshevik Revolution as a model for today. The enlightenment?   “Toward Workers Power and World Socialist Revolution”.

In Iraq, the protests began in October over low wages and unemployment and were led predominantly by young males. Since then, the protests have turned to riots, 320 people dead, over 15,000 wounded, and no end in sight as the rioters now demand a complete overthrow of the government – as in a coup. Initiated by the Sadrist Movement which is headed by Muqtada al-Sadr, the protestors have shut down roads, blocked 50% of the shipping operations, blocked oil fields, destroyed businesses, set fires, advocated looting – and the result? Over $6 billion in costs and rising. The President has agreed to fire the PM, hold new elections, and overhaul the system, in order to meet the demands of the protesters – yet they are not stopping.

Iran’s protests are largely by young males. So far 100 banks, numerous gas stations and 57 shops have been set on fire.   The driving reason? A hefty increase in gas prices. Only 17.8% of the people in Iran even own a car, rarely would that include young males, and the price of gas in Iran is the second lowest in the world next to Sudan. The price increase is a progressive one based on the amount of gas purchased per month and would put Iran’s cost on par with Iraq at its most expensive.

In Chile, student rebellions have cost businesses to lose $1.5 billion and destroyed public transportation at a cost of $400 million. The protests were initiated after the government proposed a fare hike of $.04 which represented a 3.3% increase. The protests were initially instigated by high school students who were exempt from paying the train fares.   So the hike actually had zero impact on them.

Today schools are shuttered, thousands have lost their livelihood, their homes, the wage, and buildings are defaced and torched.   Redistribution of wealth is now the primary objective and the President has fired his entire cabinet and a new Constitution has been written.   But the protests and the destruction continues unabated. In Santiago, rioters burned a church, hauled out artifacts and destroyed them in the streets.   But they are ‘students’ so the global call is to ‘stand down’.

And the UN condemns any attempt to quell the violence.

In Chile, The Social Unity Movement has been instrumental in organizing protests as well as various labor organizations. One such organization is Unitary Central of Workers, headed by Bárbara Figueroa, the daughter of union leaders and Communist militants, who has been in the forefront of organizing the riots.

Camila Vallejo and Karol Cariola, also members of the Communist Party, have been likened to Ocasio Cortez as they rise up against the government and right-leaning President Pinera.

The media is attempting to rewrite the truth claiming Chile has been run under a Dictatorship and the good-students are simply turning the country away from oppression toward democracy. In fact, the good-students are organizing a communist ideology within Marxism.

Hong Kong, Lebanon, etc…, the goal is the same, the means are the same, and the organizations behind these chaotic coups – are the same.

According to the Soros organization, Moveon.org, massive rallies are planned across the US the evening before the House floor votes to pass articles of impeachment against Donald Trump. Of course, that means – it is already decided that such a vote will occur.

Denver, Fort Collins, Houston, LA, Tucson, Boston, San Francisco, Seattle, Miami, there are literally hundreds of locations (267 to be exact) that have already been established with hosts, affiliates, and specific locations. Signup sheets, mobilization, and tactics are in place.

Palestinians Shunned – a reason?

Why are Palestinians shunned?  It is not just Israel, it is everywhere in the Middle East, their brothers and sisters.  Palestinians were originally defined as people that lived along the coastline of the Mediterranean on the land that is now Israel.  They were Arab, Jewish and Christian.  Most of the Christians fled to South America.  As the Jewish people were pushed from their lands in Iraq, Syria, Iran, Lebanon, etc… they fled to ‘Israel’.  Albeit the population grew because they had nowhere else to go.  But the Palestinians have nowhere else to go now either.  No one wants them.  They are refugees everywhere.

So, why does the media concentrate only on Palestinians within Israel? There are approximately 1.3 million Palestinians in Israel, 3.3 million in Jordan, 500,000 in Chile, 430,000 in Syria, 400,000 in Lebanon, 330,000 in Saudi Arabia, 225,000 in North and South America, 44,000 in Egypt, 40,000 in Kuwait, 310,000 in ‘other Arab states, and 308,000 in ‘other countries’.

Exactly how do they fair when in their Arab brother countries?

In Jordan and Syria, most Palestinian refugees have been integrated into society; however, in Jordan, only Palestinian refugees displaced by the 1948 War have Jordanian citizenship and enjoy largely favorable treatment on par with Jordanian nationals. Refugees from the Gaza Strip who did not hold Jordanian passports at the time of their flight in 1967 have been denied citizenship and are mostly confined to the “Jerash” camp. In Syria, Palestinian refugees have not been granted citizenship but have been accorded equal treatment with Syrian nationals in almost all respects. Palestinian refugees in Lebanon have fared considerably worse; sectarian tensions and the activities of the PLO have prevented their integration into Lebanese society. The majority of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon live in UNRWA refugee camps or other unofficial camps and shelters, often in conditions of abject poverty. They face restrictions on their right to work, access to education and healthcare, and ownership of property. Only those displaced in 1948 have residency rights in Lebanon whereas all other Palestinian refugees are deemed illegal immigrants.

Outside of the Operation Areas, Palestinian refugees face even more of a precarious existence.

In Egypt, Palestinian refugees are treated as foreigners and face significant restrictions on their ability to access education, government services, and employment. Renewal of residency permits is difficult and there are reports of frequent detention of Palestinian refugees by the authorities in Egypt. Iraq, once a refuge for Palestinian refugees, has now become a country of persecution; many Palestinians were targeted in, and fled from, Iraq following the fall of the Saddam Hussein regime.

In the Gulf States, particularly Kuwait, Palestinians are treated as foreign migrant workers with no permanent residency rights.

Approximately 59% of the population reside in refugee camps:

In Gaza there are approximately 1.2 million ‘registered’ refugees.

West Bank – 740,000

Syria – 500,000

Lebanon – 450,000

Jordan – 2 million

The discrepancy in populations verses registered refugees is huge. But foreign aid is based on refugee count, not population. Which opens another topic – how much money is funnelled to the Palestinians annually? By whom? And where is it spent? Have they built schools and hospitals and industry? Have they built roads and water systems and farmed crops? Do they make clothes and build homes and temples?  Or are they a welfare state wherein they do – nothing?

We constantly talk of their ‘plight’, their losses, their poverty, their poor conditions, but what has changed since they became refugees?  Those that lived in Palestine lost their homes in 1948, they were evicted by the UK.  Nearly 60 years of ‘aid’ has absolutely nothing to show for it.  Once again, welfare produces nothing.  It doesn’t ‘lift’ people out of poverty, instead it creates even greater poverty.   There is one notable exception to Palestinian refugees.  Those that fled to Chile worked the fields, made goods, sold products – and prospered.   It was hard, damn hard, but they had no choice and so they lifted themselves up.  These Palestinians were all Christian. They took no handouts, no UNRWA funding, no governmental aid. They didn’t live in refugee camps, they are well educated and have risen above their plight.

In 1950 when aid began pouring in to the Middle East, it supported about 750,000 ‘refugees’. Today the number is 5 million and growing without restriction. All children, grandchildren down the line of eternity – are grandfathered in. It is a shambles. The one example of UNRWA schools and medical facilities for the Palestinians is in a town outside of Damascus. But we obliterated Damascus, it lies in rubble. So much for that. Syrian refugees from Palestine became refugees once again after the country was bombed and Al Nusra and ISIS took over. Most fled to Jordan where they idle in camps in dire need of attention.

No one in the camps work. They are not required to and have little to no supportive education to enable them to work. It is the supreme example of pouring money down the drain of entitlement without creating a self sufficiency of production. Sixty years worth of nothing.

But why do the Arabs hate them so much? One theory is that the Palestinians have a knack for ingratiating themselves in their host country. Perhaps out of boredom, perhaps out of a need to feel a cause, or a purpose, whatever it is, Palestinians typically find themselves on the losing side of a civil uprising whether in Jordan, Iraq, Kuwait or wherever.

Lesson: no one likes an ingratiating bully…