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As of Oct. 19, OWS had taken in a grand total of $435,000 from all sources, including donations made by individuals online and in person, according to reports.
It should surprise no one that Soros (net worth: $22 billion), the ultimate Wall Street insider and preeminent funder of the activist Left today, embraces Occupy Wall Street.
The Open Society Institute has given $24,599,553 to the Tides network of philanthropies since 1999. Of that total, $18,154,270 went to the Tides Foundation and the remaining $6,445,283 went to the Tides Center, which like the Alliance for Global Justice, serves as a fiscal sponsor for small or new activist groups.
A hotbed of anti-American activity, the Alliance takes money from the most extreme left-wing philanthropies operating in America today. The Alliance has accepted grants from the (pro-Fidel Castro) Arca Foundation ($185,000 since 2001), General Service Foundation ($165,000 since 2001), and Foundation for DeepaEcology ($30,000 since 2000), an anti-science environmentalist group that regards human beings as a cancer on the earth.
Alliance for Global Justice is a “fiscal sponsor,” which means that it serves as a financial clearinghouse for radical causes that haven’t filed papers to incorporate themselves as nonprofit organizations. Donors give money to the Alliance and are then able to deduct the donations from their income tax even though the cause they are funding isn’t recognized as tax-exempt by the IRS. Fiscal sponsors take a percentage of donations as management fees, and then pass on the rest to the cause favored by the donor.
Founded in 1998, the Alliance, which is headquartered in Washington, D.C., has a long history of anti-American activism. The Alliance and its resident, Katherine Hoyt, are longtime supporters of the Sandinista (Communist) movement in Nicaragua and the Zapatistas, a Marxist-Leninist guerrilla movement in Mexico.
reply to post by TheImmaculateD1
Time to bust this card out on you :
TROLL ALERT, TROLL ALERT, TROLL ALERT!
DIRECT AND IMMEDIATE THREAT TO ATS IDENTIFIED!
Have fun with your neck collar while me and the rest of society who actually cares for one another.
The difference between the animal world and humanity is we have comprehension, logic, common sense and are evolved as we are held to a higher standard then an animal. Hence why animal owners who animals kill or harm someone rarely see lengthy prison sentences as typically it's not the animal's fault so we can usually chalk it up to their predatory defaults kicking in so they can't be blamed for having faulty programming but us humans have a thinking brain and are expected to be better then that hence why if you take the life of another human in cold blood it's 25 - life!