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Soros impact on AID NGOs weakens governments, helps wars

This article looks at some of the AID organisations/NGOs influenced by Soros funding. The reader will recognise that many are involved in foreign wars, as in Syria. There is a problem when AID organisations take sides and SOROS funded ones tend to take sides.

In the last 5 years whenever an NGO has come out in support of the 'revolution' in Syria, I have checked to see if there is a Soros or Open Society $$ connection. There almost invariably is. 

BTW  I just found this article on NGOs.  She references George Soros.

You might like to check this site with information about the Open Society and the billions it has to give away.   Is the site related to the US Administration?  It looks like it to me.  

This site is pro-Israel and anti-Soros and provides a list of NGOs Soros funds  (I don't believe Soros isn't close to key figures in Israel.)   

Amnesty International  US branch (you could find more evidence of funding, I'm sure)

International Criminal Court - There is a Soros link perhaps through this Open Society executive

Save the Children and its link with Soros and other establishment figures, many connected to politics, NATO

Oxfam and George Soros  links - here    and here 

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This paragraph is labeled 'Environmental extremism', but it is about funding anti-environment, anti-local habitat, open borders stuff. For instance, consisder the term 'climate equity'; it's just another way of opening borders with the false aim of redistributing wealth: "Former Obama green jobs czar Van Jones and his leftist environmental ideas have been funded by Soros’ money at these groups: the Ella Baker Center, Green For All, the Center for American Progress, and the Apollo Alliance, which was instrumental in getting $110 billion in green initiatives included in Obama’s stimulus package. Soros also funds the Climate Policy Initiative to address global warming and gave Friends of the Earth money to “integrate a climate equity perspective in the presidential transition.”"