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Posted on 02/09/2006 8:18:05 AM PST by Thanatos
GEORGE SOROS INFILTRATION OF CPAC
STATEMENT FOR THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD CONGRESSMAN MARK E. SOUDER (IN-03) FEBRUARY 8, 2006
George Soros, the radical liberal financier who dedicated himself to defeating President George W. Bush in the last election, has taken a lesson from Jack Abramoff.
As much of Abramoffs pernicious lobbying technique has come to light, weve seen how he was adept at manipulating certain conservative organizations to pursue a decidedly anti-conservative agenda, namely the promotion of gambling. By working hand in hand with the Traditional Values Coalition (TVC), for example, he was able in 2000 to undermine conservatives best effort to outlaw on-line gambling. Proxy organizations played a fundamental role in Abramoffs strategy.
Since 1974, the American Conservative Union has held the Conservative Political Action Conference, or CPAC, which is billed as a three-day meeting for thousands of conservative activists and leaders to discuss current issues and policies and set the agenda for the future. I myself have addressed the conference in the past.
One can imagine a conservatives surprise to read on the CPAC 2006 agenda that a representative of the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) is slated to moderate-yes, moderate-a panel Friday discussing drug policy. For those who are unacquainted with it, the pro-marijuana MPP has been funded by Soros in the past. Also represented on the panel is the Drug Policy Alliance, which is Soros principal pro-drug arm. Incidentally, the moderator himself is a convicted drug dealer.
What on earth were the CPAC organizers thinking? Why would the American Conservative Union allow extremist liberals like George Soros and Peter Lewis (who is responsible for most of MPPs funding) to access a meeting of conservatives? And, in exactly whose estimation would there be balance in a debate moderated by the MPP?
Thanks to Accuracy in Media Report editor Cliff Kincaid, these are just a few of the questions that the CPAC organizers now face. Id like to submit into the record his article of February 7, 2006, entitled Soros Infiltrates Conservative Movement. In exchange for a donation, is this 32-year old conservative conference turning itself into a Soros proxy organization just like Abramoffs TVC?
Over the last number of months, weve been surprised to learn how one such as Abramoff was able to exploit conservatives for his own purposes. Surely in this environment we cant miss seeing it when its happening once again.
Perhaps it is about time. After all the BILLIONS spent and LIBERTIES LOST the so-called War on Drugs needs this conversation.
soros appeals very widely to social issue libertarians(i.e hillary social ethics), IMO.
He also subscribes to open borders for Mexico and the US. I wonder who is on his FR payroll?
Actually, IMO, soros subscribes to an uber UN headed by his cronies(maurice strong, hillary, et al).
But what the hey soros hates GW Bush and is all for drugs and thus Libertarian organizations take his money with no qualms at all.
Personally, I think our drug laws could use some reform. Conservatives should debate this issue. However, the problem with CPAC is that it is allowing Ethan Nadelmann to present himself as a fellow conservative, when in fact he is a leftist and a Soros operative to boot.
I debated Nadelmann at CPAC last year. Here's the transcript. Read Nadelmann's comments carefully, and you will see that he used innuendo to give the impression that he was a conservative addressing fellow conservatives. Such deception reminds me of the old Communist Party front groups.
Mr. Nadelmann's presence was wholly inappropriate in a forum which CPAC touted under the rubric of, "Differences Within the Family," by which they meant, differences within the conservative family.
Nadelmann is not part of the conservative "family," nor is his sponsor George Soros. Therefore he should not be promoted as such.
While I applaud CPAC for inviting debate on drug policy, such debate needs to take place among actual conservatives. Leftists masquerading as conservatives have no place in such a forum.
A sop to Libertarians?
Sorry, won't work, it's been tried.
I don't care about the boogey man Soros. His multiple millions spent trying to defeat GWB in '04 was very successful, huh?
Ping - Soros again.
Mr. Poe, I agree deception isn't proper. We do need to start this conversation, people like Nadelman will get shown the door once we get serious about policy revisions.
You answered you own question. Look at the countries in the ROP area, their savagery hasn't stooped drugs there either.
Not only that he's got at least 8 freepers in his pocket.
Not only that Soros has succeded in controling both major parties in several east europe countries like Ukraine and Georgia.
CPAC is acting stupid.
Soros is only errand boy for really dangerous people who prefer to remain in the shadow. He himself is so stupid he could not do anything without inside information and outside help.
It's difficult to tell where the liberal groups end and the "conservative" groups begin.
Moveon.org and Americans for Tax Reform (ATR- Grover Norquist) are working on some of the same agenda. Norquist recently had Soros speak at his conservative Wed. morning meetings, often attended by white house personnel. Norquist is also the WH point man on immigration, and agrees with Soros on that. Don't forget Norquists Islamic Institute and Alliance for Worker Freedom (all in the same offices as ATAR) is available on the group's Web site at http://www.workerfreedom.org/.
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1558972/posts?page=621#621 Link to list of conservative groups who should know better than to lie down with leftists.
Liberty Coalition Partners include:
American Association for Health Freedom American, Civil Liberties Union ,American Conservative Union, American Policy Center, Americans for Tax Reform, Amnesty International, Appeal for Privacy Foundation ,Association of American Physicians and Surgeons Bill of Rights Defense Committee , Bob Barr former Member of Congress, and Chairman and CEO of Liberty Strategies, LLC, Citizens Against Government Waste, Clinical Social Work Federation Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Cyber Privacy Project Criminal Justice Policy Foundation Citizen Outreach Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, Center for Liberty & Community Democrats.com DownsizeDC.org Electronic Privacy Information Center Fairfax County Privacy Council First Amendment Foundation Free Congress Foundation International Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology (ICSPP) Meyda Online Info Security, Privacy, and Liberties Studies Mothers Against the Draft, MoveOn.org Political Action National Committee Against Repressive Legislation, National Security Whistleblowers Coalition National Taxpayers Union Natural Solutions Foundation New York Tax Reform Organization, Pain Relief Network, Republican Liberty Caucus, Rutherford Institute ,Townhall U.S. Bill of Rights Foundation
Who is CEASAR V. CONDA?
From 1996 to 1997, he served Republican Senator Spencer Abraham (R-MI) as administrative assistant and legislative director. In 2001, he became Vice President Dick Cheneys assistant for domestic policy. On September 30, 2003 Empower America installs Cesar V. Conda, who is currently a partner at Navigators, a government relations consulting firm as new member of the board of directors. Mr. Conda was Policy Advisor for the Dole-Kemp Presidential Campaign.
Conda joined the advisory Board of The International Economy magazine of National Foundation for American Policy who boasts membership of George Soros. http://www.international-economy.com/MastheadTIE.htm
many repubs are on the take from soros, the "mainstreet republicans" as theyre called. mccain is one.
sadly-- our able danger hero Curt Weldon also takes money from soros.
but if you look at the 1963 communist goals from the congressional record, one of the objectives is to capture one or both parties.
Our nation's drug problems are now so bad that it infects every small community in every part of this nation.
Drug dealers/importers/mules operate with impunity in most communities with law enforcement's hands tied.
Some of the big fish are never caught and liberal judges give small time dealers a quick slap on the hand, if that.
One has only to have read about a few cases recently in the news about very large drug caches being caught running the border, on ships, on planes or in large trucks moving on the nation's hi way systems.
Finally, all you have to do is to look into the faces of the young addicts to realize that we, as a nation, have left our youngest, most vulnerable innocents, trying to resist being preyed upon. I have as I work with lots of addicts and it's heartbreaking.
This insanity can stop but, and that's a very big but, large number of Americans need to make ending this nightmare of lost generations a real-time priority.
It's difficult to tell who is running the show. That might explian why Weldon won't stand against illegal immigration/Cafta, etc. Sad. And yes, it seems they've captured both parties. I wonder when the party faithfuls will figure that out. Soon I hope.
Ahhha, your little KGB agent is at again.
The KGB agent Soros is on the loose again.
Down with him!
Soros is a traitor. He is even being used by Russia to whip up anti-American hysteria within that country. (See also Yushenko and the NGO contervercy in Russia, I believe that this is Kremlin planned)
Oh knock it off you love sources, you even went to ukraine to make sure the leader of his NGO in Ukraine got elected.
That's what freedom and Poland are about vote fraud in other countries to elect Soros acolytes.
What's wrong with gambling? It's people's own money to do with what they please. It hurts no one but themselves.
Although I've been labled a "druggie" over and over here, I'm staunchly anti-drug. I don't hang around with drug users (although I know some who use pot regularly, I don't make a habit of hanging out with them, just as I don't hang out with people who drink). I don't do illegal drugs, and although I have a Rx for narcotic pain killers due to chronic pain, I very rarely take them: Although I take prednisone and lots of ibuprofin.
However, I'm in favor of drug decriminalization, if not legalization. Insanity is sometimes defined as doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting different results each time. An endless stream of money is spent on both sides of the war on drugs, and the results do not inspire confidence in me.
There's a tremendous profit motive in selling illegal drugs. The greater the risk, the greater the profit. That's why "rum running" was quite a career back in the 1920s, but you don't see too much of it any more. On the other hand, we're starting to see "black market" cigarettes making inroads, and the states are taking notice. They don't like anyone taking "their cut of the action."
That profit also does plenty to corrupt law enforcement and government, as well as convincing some in government to do things which are blatantly wrong, if not downright unconstitutional, or should be. Things like asset forfeiture BEFORE a conviction. No-knock raids. The militarization of police departments. And, as I said, the corruption. Not that long ago, the state of Missouri actually sued the KCMO police department over "drug booty!"
There are an awful lot of people in jail who don't belong there. Often, due to the "get tough on drugs" mindset, it's not that unusual for non-violent drug offenders to wind up in jail longer than violent offenders.
I'm against spending the sort of money we're spending on this war. There are so many better ways it could be spent.
Sorry, but Soros is a KGB agent. Therefore, he works for Putin.
Soros is the devil to whom libertarians would gladly sell their souls for a pinch of legal marijuana.
What criminal law has ever completely eliminated the behavior it targets?
None. On the other hand, laws against drugs, prostitution, gambling all take a bad situation, and make it far worse.
Yep, let's look to that bastion of freedom and libery, China, for our example.
So has legalization. If you think Amsterdam is a great place to live, feel free to move.
Highly doubtful. When pornography and abortion were legalized, they both went through the roof and NO we are NOT Better Off.
I'd prefer pre 1932 America. We had way more freedoms and much lower taxes because the government didn't see the need to change our collective diapers and wipe our runny noses daily.
Wake up fool, before you lose all your freedoms.
Ask the woman whose husband has blown the family paycheck in Vegas.
Ask the families destroyed by above behavior.
Gambling is not mere 'entertainment' - it is the encouragements of the LIE that one can succeed without hard work - to many in our society this is like crack cocaine - once they start they can't stop.
And no, they don't just 'hurt themselves'.
They hurt their families, their friends, and SOCIETY, 'libertarianben'.
As far as drugs go, I have a solution:
1. Mandatory execution of all dealers;
2. Mandatory incarceration for all users.
Oh, yeah. This DOES take some effort of the National Will. The imposition of which is OBTW, a positive factor in our national health.
I'll take it as well. Just as long as we have the pre-1932 blue laws, restrictions on pornography and abortion etc.
Wake up fool, before you lose all your freedoms.
I am not "free" when in order to raise a decent family I have to constantly clutch the throat of a snarling child-hungry beast called American culture and keep it at arm's length.
I agree and know what you're talking about. I have two daughters 15 & 24.
It's their choice with choices come consequences. It's not up to you or anyone else to tell someone how to live. You live your life and I'll live mine. I love playing poker for money. Sorry if that upsets you.
But the Government is not encouraging casinos, lotteries and the like. Children are not exposed to this pernicious 'get rich quick' mentality.
Everybody is happy.
Nevada doesn't mind. They are are encouraging lotteries, you know for the children. I don't care if they encourage them or not just leave people alone with the money they earned. WE can agree to disagree if you want. That's how I feel.
A government study huh? I wonder if there was political agenda..hmmm.
Less of a political agenda than the agenda driven by the hundreds of millions of $$$ poured into both parties by the gambling lobby each election year (see Mr. Abramoff for the latest details...)
I don't see a problem with gambling. I guess we can agree to disagree. Good day.
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