Published November 15, 2023
American cities and college campuses are being overrun by radical leftists protesting in favor of Hamas. These protests are not organic. They are being funded and organized and you’ll never guess who is helping to do it.
It’s not George Soros, although no one would be surprised if he was involved in some way.
No, this is being done by Code Pink activist Jodie Evans and her Marxist multi-millionaire husband.
American multimillionaire couple fund Marxist group coordinating anti-Israel protests
A multimillionaire tech mogul and his wife are helping to bankroll groups behind pro-Palestinian protests that have occurred in the wake of the Oct. 7 terror attack by Hamas on Israel.
Neville Roy Singham, a U.S.-born entrepreneur who made millions after founding and selling an IT consulting firm called Thoughtworks, and his wife Jodie Evans, the co-founder of left-wing anti-war group Code Pink, have been the primary funders of a group called The People’s Forum since 2017, according to a report by The Free Press’s Francesca Block. The group bills itself as a “movement incubator for working class and marginalized communities” and “nurtures the next generation of visionaries and organizers who believe that through collective action a new world is possible.”
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RELATED: George Soros funded over $15 million to groups behind pro-Palestine protests: Report.
Published October 29, 2023
George Soros, a Hungarian-American philanthropist, who slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modiearly this year calling him “no democrat”, had funneled more than $15 million for the past seven years to groups behind pro-Palestine protests.
According to a report by the New York Post, a search of Open Society Foundations records shows Soros’ grant-making network gave $13.7 million of the money through Tides Center, a left group that sponsored several nonprofits who have justified Hamas’ bloody attack. Soros is the founder of Open Society Foundations, which gives grants to groups and individuals that promote democracy, transparency, and freedom of speech.
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RELATED: Pro-Hamas Capitol Protest Backed By Democratic Dark Money
The ‘Jewish anti-Zionist groups’ demonstrating against an Israeli airstrike that never happened are paid for by the WASP establishment
Published October 22, 2023
About 300 protestors were arrested in the U.S. Capitol on October 18, 2023, during a demonstration opposing Israel’s war in Gaza and demanding the U.S. government push for a cease-fire.
The demonstration, which featured a speech by Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D–MI) repeating the discredited story of an Israeli airstrike killing hundreds of Gazan civilians at the Al-Ahli Hospital, was organized by Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP) and If Not Now (INN), described by The New York Times as “Jewish anti-Zionist groups.”
While these groups are certainly anti-Zionist, it would be more accurate to call them “generic progressive groups with Jewish branding,” considering who funds them. According to website NGO Monitor, JVP received $340,000 from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund between 2019 and 2023 and $75,000 from the Tides Foundation in 2019. For the much-smaller INN, those numbers were $160,000 and $45,000, respectively.
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund is not exactly known for its Jewish philanthropy. As Sean Cooper reported for Tablet in “Bending the Jews,” the fund has limited its donations to groups—such as JVP, INN, and Bend the Arc—that can be relied on to put a “Jewish” gloss on the coalitional priorities of the modern Democratic Party, like opposing voter ID laws and astroturfing protests against Ron DeSantis.
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