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Leaked Soros Meme: :”Immigration Crises Makes Me More Influential in Europe”


OSF program officer Anna Crowley and program specialist Katin Rosin of George Soros’ Open Society Foundation co-wrote a nine page memo on the immigration crises in Europe.  Soros himself has pushed for open borders all across Europe, finding it an effective way to destroy the sovereignty of those nations.  Soros has been funding organizations both in the United States and in Europe, looking to undermine those countries and to create a “new normal.”  He spent 33 million funding the Ferguson riots.  

Crowley and Rosin concentrated on the Open Society Foundation (OSF) program named, the “International Migration Initiative”, that tries to influence country’s immigration policies.  They glean three main points from their paper.

OSF — which doles out millions to left-wing causes — has been successful at influencing global immigration policy; Europe’s refugee crisis presents “new opportunities” for the organization to influence global immigration policy; and the refugee crisis is the “new normal.”

From The Daily Caller:

A section of the review titled “Our Work” describes how America’s least transparent think tank has worked with “leaders in the field” to “shape migration policy making and influence regional and global processes affecting the way migration is governed and enforced.”

In a section titled, “Our Ambitions,” the authors explain: “Our premise for engaging in work related to governance was that, in addition to mitigating the negative effects of enforcement, we should also be supporting actors in the field proactively seeking to change the policies, rules, and regulations that govern migration.”

“We also believed that advances at the regional or international levels could create impetus for policy change or implementation of existing norms at the national level. We deliberately avoided the term ‘global governance’ because there is no single system at the global level for managing migration.”

“The current climate presents new opportunities for reforming migration governance at the global level, whether through the existing multi-lateral system, or by bringing together a range of actors to think more innovatively. Our long-standing interest and investment in global work means we have many of the right partners and are positioned to help others navigate this space.”

Additionally, the review states, “The refugee crisis is opening new opportunities” for “coordination and collaboration” with other wealthy donors.


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