Skip to comments.Soros-Funded Group Plans 'Fly-In' to Push House Republicans on Amnesty
Posted on 10/18/2013 6:06:03 PM PDT by george76
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“I stand by this...I think the world very much needs a conscience....I want MY FOUNDATION NETWORK to be the conscience of the world”.......”The main obstacle of a stable and just ‘financial’ World Order is the United States.”
A small portion of HIS Network:
(Top Journalists)...... that Serve on Soros-Funded Boards of Directors or Advisers as of 2011:
Christiane Amanpour ....... Anchor of ‘This Week with ABC’s Sunday morning political affairs program
Sheila Coronel ..... Director of The Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism
Charles Eisendrath..... Director of the Knight-Wallace Fellows and the Livingston Awards for Young Journalists at the University of Michigan
Arianna Huffington..... President and Editor-in-Chief of Huffington Post Media Group, including: The Huffington Post, AOL Media and AOL Local properties
Jennifer 8. Lee ..... Author and nine-year veteran of The New York Times. She also serves on the Nieman Foundation advisory board
Charles Lewis .....Founding executive editor of the new Investigative Reporting Workshop at American University’s School of Communication
Olivia Ma ...... News manager and part of the news and politics team at YouTube
Paula Williams Madison..... Chairman and CEO of Madison Media Management LLC, recently retired from NBC Universal
Geneva Overholser..... Director of the School of Journalism at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication
Matt Thompson..... Editorial product manager at National Public Radio and adjunct faculty member at the Poynter Institute
Gustavo Godoy - Executive editor and publisher of ...’Vista’..., a monthly magazine for ‘Hispanic Americans’
Kathleen Hall Jamieson - Walter H. Annenberg Dean of the ‘Annenberg School for Communication of the University of Pennsylvania’
Michele Norris - Host of ‘NPR’s newsmagazine All Things Considered’
Charles Piller - Senior investigative reporter for the ‘Sacramento Bee’
Ben Sherwood - ABC News president and former ‘Good Morning America’ executive producer
(Center for Investigative Reporting)
Board of Directors:
Phil Bronstein - Director of Content Development & ‘Editor-at-Large Hearst Newspapers’
David Boardman - Executive Editor and Senior Vice President, ‘The Seattle Times’
Jon Funabiki - Professor of journalism at ‘San Francisco State University’
George Osterkamp - ‘Producer for CBS News’
(Board of Advisers:)
Lowell Bergman - Producer/correspondent for “PBS series ‘Frontline’ and professor of Investigative Reporting at University of California Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism
Sarah Cohen - Knight Professor of the Practice of Journalism and Public Policy at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy. ....She is on the board of directors for Investigative Reporters and Editors
Len Downie - Vice president and former executive editor for...’ The Washington Post’
Elizabeth Farnsworth - Special correspondent for ...’PBS ‘Newshour’
Seymour Hersh - Staff writer, ...’The New Yorker’
Dori Maynard - President,..’ Maynard Institute’
Bill Moyers - Host of ....’Bill Moyers Journal’ on PBS
Raul Ramirez - Executive Director, News and Public Affairs, “ KQED San Francisco”
Orville Schell - Former dean of University of ....”California Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism”
Susan Stamberg - Special correspondent, “National Public Radio”
Mike Wallace - Recently retired from his work as a CBS ‘60 Minutes’ correspondent, is now a “correspondent emeritus for CBS”
Judy Woodruff - Co-anchor ...’PBS ‘NewsHour’
Board of Directors:
Alberto Ibargüen - President and CEO of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and former publisher of ...’The Miami Herald’ and ‘El Nuevo Herald’
(Journalism Advisory Board:)
Jill Abramson - New executive editor of ......’The New York Times”
David Boardman - Executive editor of.... ‘The Seattle Times’
John S. Carroll - Former editor of the Los Angeles Times and Baltimore Sun
L. Gordon Crovitz - Former publisher of The Wall Street Journal
David Gergen - Senior political analyst for CNN
Shawn McIntosh - Director of culture and change at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Ellen Miller - Executive director of The Sunlight Foundation
Priscilla Painton - Editor-in-chief of Simon & Schuster
Allan Sloan - Senior editor-at-large for Fortune magazine
Kerry Smith - Senior vice president for editorial quality of ABC News
Cynthia A. Tucker - Editorial page editor for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
(This is a ‘partial list’ of the ‘media organizations’ that have staffers on the boards of Soros-funded media outlets)
Arizona Daily Star
El Nuevo Herald
New York Times
The New Yorker
Simon & Schuster
St. Louis Beacon
Danish Broadcasting Corporation
American University School of Communication Investigative Reporting Workshop
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism’s Columbia Journalism Review
Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy
Toni Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism
University of Illinois
University of Michigan
University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Communication
University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication School of Journalism
ALM Media LLC
Investigative Reporters and EditorsJames L. Knight Foundation
Madison Media Management LLC
National Federation of Community Broadcasters
Obama Stimulus Dollars Funded Soros Empire (April 17, 2012)
........Newly recently released tax documents, examined and analyzed by Tina Trent of www.sorosfiles.com
........ reveal how billionaire “philanthropist” George Soros expanded his U.S.-based empire by using funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, also known as the Obama stimulus.
....... Soros and Obama worked hand-in-glove through the stimulus, which has been called the largest single partisan wealth transfer in American history.
“The Happiest year of my life was the year of the German Occupation. It was a very happy exhilarating experience.”
He also stated:
“Disrupting regime's was a lot of fun”.
A fly in?
A perfect metaphor for the moneyed ruling elite class and there war on the average citizen.
Does Soros have any idea how many 3rd world people want to live in the United States? Any idea at all?
Soros and his pals want to turn us into Zimbabwe.
I know all about soros, as he cost me a small fortune when he wrecked Outboard Marine Corporation. They were the old owners of Johnson/Evinrude. I will party when he dies but his sons are just as bad as he is so...
“The people of West Virginia,” a narrator says. “Hardworking, honest, fiercely independent. Just like West Virginia’s own senator, Joe Manchin.”
The faces of a businessman, coal miner, young woman, and construction worker fade from the television screen and a nondescript disclaimer reads “Paid for by the Council for American Job Growth.”
Manchin nevertheless cast a vote to pass the bill at the end of June and The Council for American Job Growth aired the advertisement less than two weeks later.
Manchin is probably one of the worst in congress but the media love him.
More ads from Zuckerberg to distract from amnesty.
“The conservative branch of fwd.us aired an ad that praised Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., for voting for the Keystone XL pipeline. Another ad lauded Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska, for supporting further oil drilling. “
What does Soros stand to gain from amnesty for illegal aliens? Can someone inform?
They need to be ridiculed. To think that Soros, a former Nazi by activity, is funding the devolution of America by demographic invasion, is absurd.
Tar and feather them and run them out of town.
How the FK will amnesty create job growth? All it will do is give medium-high paying jobs to less skilled mexicans that will do anything for minimum wage or less.
The time of low pay, garbage benefits is upon us, while we have to pay the feds HALF of what we earn? Where is the line? Are we past it? How far can they push us? Seriously, amnesty is the worst idea ever at this point in time.
Destruction of this country and its financial infrastructure so he and his ilk can pilfer at will.
If that’s the end game, when they try to do it you think 200 million gun owners are going to sit around and say “oh well, shucks, just gonna give them my guns so they can own me now”.
This is the actual quote, unless you can provide a better source.
“Soros: I wrote a series of articles in the course of the year, I wrote a book, I published a book and Im just about to publish a sequel to last years book, bringing it up to date, I am just working on it now.
Interviewer: So do you have a sense that things are coming together for you now?
Soros: It is in a way a culminating point of my lifes work, so to speak.”
Soros and his ilk are going to push amnesty as a “conservative” position. It is ridiculous. This is 10,000% astroturf.
And if you are hungry enough, you just might trade that glock for a hamburger.
If you got a glock, you can get a hamburger.
Cuz there might be some nice armed fellows at the FEMA snack bar.
I disagree. This is a leftist attempt to gain a very large bloc of New Democrat voters - and it needs to be done before 2014.
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