Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Summer of Soros?

Economic Policy Journal reports:
The Coming "I Don't Pay" Movement
Adbusters, the outfit that launched "Occupy Wall Street" is calling for an "I Don't Pay" Movement to be launched in May. It is completely unclear what Adbusters thinks this movement should be about, although it references the chaining open of subway entrances. Adbusters seems to be calling for some kind of complete grabfest, since it is calling for a "consumer revolt" in May. (Get the rest here.)
Back some time ago NPR ran a segment about OWS. It seems that the masterminds of this movement are people involved in the so called Summer of Love of 1968 ( This was a global Marxist push. That is why Hollywood and the mainstream press romanticize about the "Summer of Love" so much.

"Oddly enough" many of the '68ers have been ranking pretty high in Soros' Open Societies Foundation. "Oddly enough" again, Soros seems to be financing much of OWS:

Soros Organization to Host Training for Occupy Movement

George Soros-funded is hosting the online event registration for the Occupy movement's "99% Spring training" and appears to be a prime mover behind the event.

Supporters of the 99% Spring include a slew of organizations that would like to use government to grab a piece of the pie created by the producing sector of the economy. The following organizations have all called for a 99% Spring.
What's the training going to entail? According to a web site set up by

Inspired by Occupy Wall Street and the fight for workers in Madison, Wisconsin, the 99% will rise up this spring. In the span of just one week, from April 9-15, 100,000 people will be trained to tell the story of what happened to our economy, learn the history of non-violent direct action, and use that knowledge to take action on our own campaigns to win change.
I wrote about the Sorosites in former Yugoslavia working their dandiest to preserve the Communist Regime: Soros’ “Open Society Foundations” Top Man in Macedonia Revealed as a Collaborator of the Communist Party Secret Police.

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