Saturday 27 June 2020

Who Is Funding Black Lives Matter And Why?

Who Is Funding Black Lives 

Matter And Why? The 

Answer May Shock You!

Black Lives Matter has been dominating the headlines for weeks and there has been a lot of speculation regarding the funding of this organization with many fingers quick to point at George Soros. 

So the million dollar question is… Did George Soros fund Black Lives Matter? Yes, he absolutely did and we share the details in this report. 

But George Soros is not the only source of funding for Black Lives Matter, in fact, Soros and his funding, is just another spoke in the wheel of a massive, well financed and politically motivated campaign with the desired goal of transforming the world by destroying the current system of control in, order to roll out a new system of control. 

This certainly seems like a reoccurring theme right now, as the United Nations, the World Economic Forum, the Central Banks and Governments around the world are preparing for the ‘Great Reset’ and a global paradigm shift. 

So let examine who exactly is funding Black Lives Matter and why? Black Lives Matter Official Site 

Black Lives Matter cashes in with $100 million from liberal foundations 

Black Lives Matter & Thousand Currents 

Thousand Currents changed its name from IDEX - International Development Exchange in 2016.

W. K. Kellogg Foundation 

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Radical Leftward Drift 

Borealis Philanthropy: Black Led Movement Fund 

Healing the Wounds in Ferguson and Staten Island


George Soros and His Incredible Growing Disinformation Foundation 

Tech firms say they support George Floyd protests -- here's what's happening 

Want to know where all those corporate donations for #BLM are going? Here's the list. 

Black Lives Matter Groups Push Grant Makers to Step Outside Their Comfort Zones 

The Organizational Structure of Black Lives Matter 

Black Lives Matter / Thousand Currents Funds 

‘I am my brother’s keeper’, Philonise Floyd tells UN rights body, in impassioned plea for racial justice 

Speakers urge definitive action to combat systemic racism

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