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September 22, 2007 10:22 PM UTC

Soros using moveon, Media Matters, ACLU, Acorn to tear down U.S.

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  • by: Another skeptic

Today’s Investors’ Business Daily reviews George Soros’ efforts to destroy democracies, George Bush and the U.S. by funding moveon, Media Matters, Colorado Media Matters and other hard left organizations. He has terrorized Democrats, including Sen. Clinton, who voted against a senate resolution condemning Moveon’s Betray Us ad.

Link is here:

http://ibdeditorials…

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8 thoughts on “Soros using moveon, Media Matters, ACLU, Acorn to tear down U.S.

  1. The tone of that editorial sure is hysterical. Calling the ACLU “helpful to terrorists” is an indication of the planet they’re coming from, and it ain’t Earth. Typical that the hard right would find it credible.

  2. February 2003, I asked Jon Peizer, OSI CIO, for help with funding a high-tech confidence-building measure inside Iraq to delay the invasion.

    OSI claimed that they were very big on promoting Democracy in Iraq. 

    They turned down my in-country proposal because they were tapped out with what they were already doing in Iraq. 

    So what were they doing in Iraq in 2001-2003 ?

    They were broadcasting Arab-language programming from Prague, Czech Republic.  That was it. 

    .

    The article is right when it hints that OSI is mostly about letting the world know what a great guy George is.  Results and effective programs aren’t as high a priority. 
    /

    1. there was one other Iraq-related program that I am aware of.

      they gave $30,000 to an effort run by Dr. Ahmed Chalabi.  I think it was for promoting civil society organizations.
      /

  3. was in a former Soviet Bloc country.  I worked with OSI implementing programs for open media – something the country had not seen in more than eighty years.

    OSI was professional and had a bright staff that worked long hours.  The program managers were natives of the country so they knew what to do to help establish the radio and newspaper.

    OSI was housed on the first floor of a modest two story house. 

    Contrasted to other aid organizations at that time, OSI was one of a few actually doing work on the ground.  In contrast, USAID built a multimillion dollar office to house program managers who never left the capitol.  I personally know of at least five examples of corruption carried out under the USAID banner.

    Now, the disclaimer.  This was years ago. I haven’t worked with OSI since.  I only bring this up to illustrate that OSI was a wonderful example of how some light could shine into the dark transition of the post Soviet era.

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