Months of sheltering-in-place have gone down the drain—along with tens of millions of jobs—when rioters torched parts of dozens of American cities in response to media-generated outrage over the questionable killings of two black men (and one legitimate police phone call in Central Park). 1,288 public health professionals, infectious diseases professionals, and community stakeholders signed the following excerpted open letter showing at once that there are no adults in the room and where the real priorities lie:
A public health response to these demonstrations is also warranted, but this message must be wholly different from the response to White protestors resisting stay-home orders. Infectious disease and public health narratives adjacent to demonstrations against racism must be consciously anti-racist, and infectious disease experts must be clear and consistent in prioritizing an anti-racist message.
Right, because “racism” somehow has something to do with an artificially-generated global pandemic that could’ve easily been stopped in China. At the onset, it was apparently racist to prevent flights from infected areas, until the coronavirus reached Europe that is, as it had something to do with anti-Asian bias or some such vagary pushed by the media. Now not only is the virus itself “racist,” but it is somehow bound up in White supremacy. As the letter “educates” us:
White supremacy is a lethal public health issue that predates and contributes to COVID-19 (note: no evidence provided, obviously)…COVID-19 among Black patients is yet another lethal manifestation of white supremacy [note: notice how Black is capitalized but White is not]… In addressing demonstrations against White supremacy, our first statement must be one of unwavering support for those who would dismantle, uproot, or reform racist institutions…However, as public health advocates, we do not condemn these gatherings as risky for COVID-19 transmission. We support them as vital to the national public health and to the threatened health specifically of Black people in the United States.
This is out-of-control, completely irresponsible, and dangerously stupid, and yet medical professionals and supposed experts from places like Harvard Medical School, Cornell University, UCLA, USC, the University of Chicago, Columbia University, Northwestern University, and others co-signed this letter. Incidentally, all of those schools are part of the advancement of the transgender agenda, but that is a topic for another time. This is sadly totally expected at this point. We have “progressed” right off a cliff.
Regarding these “demonstrations,” it is worth looking into who has jumped to the aid of the looters and agitators. The Minnesota Freedom Fund was able to raise around $20 million over four days or so of unrest to free incarcerated rioters by paying their bail and pledging to cover subsequent legal fees. This is a prime example of what has been called the “Every Single Time” phenomenon, or also called Déjà Jew by Spencer Quinn, who writes: “For example, when someone with odd-sounding name goes on an unhinged liberal rant on the news or on social media, the tired, bitter cynic in you thinks, ‘Jew.’ Then you look him up to verify and discover, once again, that you are right.” In a similar vein, given the resources marshaled and the speed with which this was accomplished and for what purposes, I took it upon myself to look into the organization, and lo and behold names like Michael Friedman and Greg Lewin jumped right off the page! Unsurprisingly, Jewish celebrities such as Seth Rogen were very public about making donations to this organization.
Liberal ideology has been readily embraced by Jews for many reasons, but particularly germane here is that if it is racist or anti-Semitic or what have you to make group-level evaluative judgements or even simple statements of fact—unless it’s a negative directed toward Whites of course—understanding that obviously not every single person in that group fits that description, then it makes it virtually impossible for many Whites to accurately observe let alone voice that on a population level, Jews are congenitally subversive and harbor very clear anti-White animus. Europeans understood this for centuries, but only the relatively recent embrace of liberalism has cast past self-preservation methods distinctly in the “problematic” category. What is especially disconcerting is that the European Union has come to believe that its “values”—which are identical to those of the Anglosphere at present—supersede the right of each European ethnicity to have a homeland unencumbered by the world’s wretched refuse and by Jewish capitalists and various other denizens of the Island of Misfit Toys. In fact, the right of Europeans to exist at all is now “problematic.” The invocation of these esoteric and ever-shifting “values” recalls the 2017 policy paper authored by Helen Dempster and Karen Hargrave under the auspices of Chatham House and the Overseas Development Institute (ODI)’s Forum on Refugee and Migration Policy initiative: “Emotive and value-driven arguments may have more traction than facts and evidence. Successful strategies might highlight the manageability of the situation, while emphasising shared values.” Cue coronavirus advertisement that “we’re all in this together.” Right. They are all in this together, although I suppose in a way we—meaning European peoples—are, too, earmarked for destruction as we are.
The Ford Foundation has invested in the Black-Led Movement Fund (BLMF) and Soros’s Open Society Foundations provided funding to the Campaign for Black Male Achievement, which in turn supports BMAfunders. Both George Soros and Michael Bloomberg have been astroturfing these “grassroots” kinds of organizations for years, with just one instance being the $30 million each “for black and Latino men in New York City” in 2011. In 2007, after the Ford Foundation published “Why We Can’t Wait,” ABFE (“A Philanthropic Partnership for Black Communities”), Casey Family Programs, Ford, and the Open Society Foundations hosted a National Funders’ Dialogue on Black Males in Seattle to “discuss grantmaking for black males.” The following year, the Open Society Foundations launched the Campaign for Black Male Achievement and the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity published a report funded by the WK Kellogg Foundation “designed to expand scholarship on black males.” In 2010, the American Values Institute, the Knight Foundation, and the Open Society Foundations hosted the Black Male Re-Imagined conference to “change media portrayals of black males.” In 2012, Open Society and its partners launched the Leadership and Sustainability Institute to “support nonprofit organizations working with black males” and the Open Society Foundations also hosted the Black Male Achievement Innovation & Impact Forum for foundation, government, business, and nonprofit leaders to “build on momentum in the field.” According to POLITICO, in late 2015:
Some of the biggest donors on the left plan to meet behind closed doors…with leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement and their allies. The meetings are taking place at the annual winter gathering of the Democracy Alliance major liberal donor club, which runs from Tuesday evening through Saturday morning and is expected to draw Democratic financial heavyweights, including Tom Steyer and Paul Egerman… The DA, as the club is known in Democratic circles, is recommending its donors step up check writing to a handful of endorsed groups that have supported the Black Lives Matter movement… The Democracy Alliance was created in 2005 by a handful of major donors, including billionaire financier George Soros and Taco Bell heir Rob McKay…Endorsed beneficiaries include the Center for American Progress think tank, the liberal attack dog Media Matters and the Democratic data firm Catalist, though members also give heavily to Democratic politicians and super PACs that are not part of the DA’s core portfolio…The Democracy Alliance last year voted to endorse a handful of groups focused on engaging African-Americans in politics ― some of which have helped facilitate the Black Lives movement.
Black Lives Matter, Inc., “a global organization in the US, UK, and Canada, whose mission is to eradicate White supremacy” and which “affirm[s] the lives of Black queer and trans folks, disabled folks, undocumented folks, folks with records, women, and all Black lives along the gender spectrum” is underwritten by an NGO called Thousand Currents, whose major donors include: the MacArthur Foundation, Apple Computer Inc., International Planned Parenthood Federation, Zephyr Real Estate, Chevron Matching Gift Program, the JP Morgan Chase Foundation, the NoVo Foundation, Oracle Corporation, the Mills Family Foundation, the Horizons Foundation, the Clif Bar Family Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the WK Kellogg Foundation, Rita Brandeis Memorial Fund at the Tides Foundation, and the Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust.
Pilar Weiss, the director of Community Justice Exchange, which runs a directory of bail funds around the country called the National Bail Fund Network, spoke positively about the donations to free rioters and criminals in the midst of the post-George Floyd “unrest”; it will not surprise the reader to learn that Community Justice Exchange is bankrolled by the Left-wing organization the Tides Center. Another similar organization, the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund, which is “a radical intervention in a system that treats people differently based on wealth, skin color, immigration status and influence” (which is true, but not in the way they’re claiming), was initially helmed by Peter Goldberg, and focuses on bailing out “ethnic” criminals and illegal aliens held in detention. Some of its primary funders include the Ford Foundation, the Jewish JM Kaplan Fund, FJC – A Foundation of Philanthropic Funds (run by the Jewish Leonard Glickman), Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, and the Silicon Valley Community Foundation Open Philanthropy Project Fund.
The Bail Project is yet another; its “advisors” include Danny Glover, Richard Branson, and John Legend. Incidentally, Legend’s wife Chrissy Teigen donated $200,000 to bail funds across the country in the midst of the civil unrest. The Bail Project’s CEO is Robin Steinberg and its Board members include people like Lili Lynton, member of the Advisory Council of The Hamilton Project, which promotes Third World immigrants to feed the furnace of neo-liberal economics organizations (covered in The Way Life Should Be?). Some of The Bail Project’s partners include TED (of TED Talks fame), the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, UCLA Law School, the University of Louisville’s Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research, and the EBONY Foundation. The Peoples City Council Freedom Fund (Los Angeles) posted the following on June 1st, 2020 (typos corrected):
People’s City Council Will Distribute Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dollars To Black Lives Matter LA And The National Lawyers Guild To Support Those Involved With The Ongoing Rebellion In Los Angeles…We are immediately transferring $300,000 to Black Lives Matter, Los Angeles (BLMLA), who of course have been one of the main organizations leading this struggle, not just this past weekend, but for years. We are also immediately transferring $300,000 to the National Lawyers Guild of Los Angeles (NLG-LA). NLG has defended the civil liberties of the most radical activists and demonstrators for nearly a century, and the LA chapter already has an army of volunteers working around the clock to do all they can to provide support for those arrested and detained in Los Angeles. In addition, at least $150,000 is currently being set aside strictly for bail; we are working with organizers from the Bail Project here in Los Angeles on this (though the Bail Project as an organization is not involved).
Vogue provided an extensive list of these groups to donate to, including:
- Restoring Justice (Houston), which partners with the Houston Texans Social Justice Fund, the Baylor University Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, and Black Lives Matter Houston, among others;
- the Richmond Community Bail Fund;
- the Colorado Freedom Fund (Denver);
- the Vegas Freedom Fund.
Many of these and similar groups receive support from the 501(c)(3) “charity” Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, of which Danny Glover is a trustee; its Board members include:
- Jewish lesbian Randi Weingarten, President of the American Federation of Teachers;
- Marvin S. Rosen of Greenberg Traurig LLP (“advises private equity firms, hedge funds, activist and distressed investors on special strategies”);
- Martin Sheen;
- Kenneth Goldman, former CFO of Yahoo! and President of Hillspire;
- Cara Kennedy-Cuomo (“Associate at 17 Asset Management, a global firm that designs and manages investments aligned with the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). She is also a partner at Sahar Global Summits, where she leads the group’s diversity and inclusion division. Cara has also worked for Jeffrey Sachs on international development efforts.”);
- Massachusetts Congressman Joe Kennedy III;
- Harry Belafonte;
- Claudio Grossman (“One of the top 25 most influential people in legal education. He has also received numerous awards for his work with human rights and international law, including the Harry LeRoy Jones Award from the Washington Foreign Law Society and the René Cassin Award from B’nai B’rith International in Chile”);
- Michael Posner, former Obama administration official and Jerome Kohlberg professor of ethics and finance at NYU Stern School of Business; Posner is also Co-Director of the Center of Business and Human Rights at NYU;
- Niclas Kjellström-Matseke, Founding Partner and Head of Europe & Africa for 17 Asset Management and former “Advisory Board Member of The Elders Foundation, which was set up by Nelson Mandela with the aim of getting global leaders to work together for peace and human rights”;
- Betty Liu (“Chief Experience Officer at Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE) and Executive Vice Chairman for NYSE Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Exchange… Prior to joining the NYSE in 2018, Liu was an award-winning business journalist. She most recently anchored the Bloomberg Television ‘Daybreak Asia’ program.”);
- Peter Edelman, former Counselor to HHS Secretary Donna Shalala (“I’ve been a friend of Israel for a long time”), former Law Clerk to Arthur J. Goldberg, Board member of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, and Board President Emeritus of the New Israel Fund.
The Philadelphia Community Bail Fund, “governed and driven by a group of volunteer Core Organizers who are mostly Black, women, queer and gender nonconforming folk including formerly incarcerated people bailed out by PCBF,” is financially-backed by organizations such as the Eagles Social Justice Fund (funded by the Philadelphia Eagles professional football franchise, owned by the Jewish Jeffrey Lurie) and the Samuel S. Fels Fund, named after “the son of Jewish refugees who fled Bavaria, Germany in 1848 to escape the Revolutionary uprisings.” Fels, per the Foundation website:
helped found the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS-PA) in 1884 when Philadelphia was a major port of entry for Eastern European Jews fleeing persecution. Though a major funder and founder of Jewish organizations, Samuel believed in serving all, regardless of race or religion, wanting to build community and shared prosperity. In 1912, he began contributing to NAACP and in 1916, sent them funds to support their campaign opposing “Birth of a Nation.”
The Emergency Release Fund is a “mutual aid fund dedicated to getting LGBTQ+ and medically vulnerable individuals out of Rikers Island and ICE detention,” backed by people like Josh Goldfein; their would-be martyr, the preposterously-named Layleen Xtravaganza-Polanco, “a Black trans woman who died at Rikers Island during Pride month in 2019…illustrates a key tension within prisoner rights movements. Centering the experiences of transgender prisoners can motivate reform that fits within a broader fight for prison abolition.”
Prison. Abolition. We are talking about the inability of the government to incarcerate or detain any individuals from these protected classes because of “racism,” “transphobia,” and the familiar Cultural Marxist glossary. It all serves the purposes of the ruling class, uniform in its condemnation of “systemic racism” and tacit—sometimes explicit—support for globalized civil unrest. In a totally organic phenomenon that was in no way, shape, or form coordinated, not long after the riots kicked off in the US, reports came in of the same in the UK, France, New Zealand, and elsewhere, demonstrating against racism or something.
Naturally the coverage lauded the “protestors”—consider for example the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), which is funded by the likes of the Ford Foundation, the Open Society Foundations, the Swedish Postcode Foundation, the Dutch National Postcode Lottery, the Adessium Foundation, the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad), the Streisand Foundation, and the Omidyar Network, and from their website: “ICIJ is also a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.” Its media partners include:
- SVT (Sweden)
- Süddeutsche Zeitung (Germany)
- Tempo (Indonesia)
- The Asahi Shimbun (Japan)
- The Australian Financial Review (Australia)
- The Irish Times (Ireland)
- The Malta Independent (Malta)
- The Miami Herald (United States)
- The Namibian (Namibia)
- The New York Times (United States)
- The Washington Post (United States)
- ABC (Australia)
- BBC Panorama (United Kingdom)
- Fusion (USA)
- Gazeta Wyborcza (Poland)
- Guardian (United Kingdom)
- Haaretz (Israel)
- L’Espresso (Italy)
- Le Monde (France)
- TVNZ (New Zealand)
- Univisión (United States)
Further evidencing that the system is designed to oppress Black people, as Tim Dams wrote in Variety:
U.K. TV channels and radio stations are changing their programmes to mark “Blackout Tuesday”, following George Floyd’s death in police custody. Channel 4-owned 4 Music said it will pause its output once an hour throughout the day, and cease activity on its other platforms. “This a day to pause business as usual, take the time to reflect on recent events, and start a meaningful conversation around how to actively support and achieve progress for the whole black community,” said 4Music on Twitter today. ITV daytime show “This Morning” briefly went dark today, showing a black screen with the words “Black Lives Matter”. Host Phillip Schofield read out the message: “ITV say ‘We stand in solidarity with our black colleagues, storytellers and viewers around the world because #BlackLivesMatter #BlackOutTuesday.’” Meanwhile, ViacomCBS’s UK services MTV, BET, Comedy Central and Paramount Network will go dark across their platforms, including linear broadcast, at 7pm BST on Wednesday for 8 minutes and 46 seconds – the length of time it took for George Floyd to die.
Speaking of which, the doctor hired by the family of George Floyd, the Jewish Michael Baden, did in fact conclude that his death was homicide; the medical examiner’s findings were that Floyd had fentanyl in his system and showed recent signs of methamphetamine usage when he died of a heart attack. That notwithstanding, how does this poor, voiceless, disadvantaged family get the money to hire Baden, who observed Jeffrey Epstein’s autopsy on his lawyers’ behalf, hosted an HBO show, testified for OJ Simpson’s defense, and contributed to examinations of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and John Belushi?
 Although predictably Congress was able to find billions of dollars to send to Israel, as Alison Weir reported for Mint Press on May 22nd, 2020: “The Senate Foreign Relations Committee quietly passed a bill…to give Israel a minimum of $38 billion over the next ten years despite the ongoing devastation to the U.S. economy caused by the coronavirus. The bill [S.3176] was passed by the committee under two unusual circumstances and with almost no public awareness. First, Senate Committee Chairman Jim Risch (R-Idaho) refused to allow a live stream of the meeting, despite the fact that the Senate Rules panel had recommended that extra efforts be taken to ensure public transparency while the Capitol is closed to the public and the presence of reporters is severely limited. The Senate’s Press Gallery Standing Committee of Correspondents had objected strongly to Risch’s decision. Second, the bill was passed without being named, debated, or even discussed, even though it would set into law the largest such aid package in U.S. history. There has been no mention of the bill by most media in the United States. The massive package is particularly noteworthy in light of the current devastation to the American taxpayers who will be footing the bill – over $10 million per day. In recent months approximately 30 million Americans have lost jobs, 100,000 small businesses have already closed forever, and over seven million are at risk of doing so. The bill was voted on as part of a package of 15 bills that were voted on “en bloc” (all together)…Neither did any Democrats on the committee object to requiring American taxpayers to give Israel what amounts to over $7,000 per minute when many Americans are suffering catastrophic financial difficulties.” Bipartisanship in action, folks!
 Vogel, Kenneth and Sarah Wheaton, “Major donors consider funding Black Lives Matter,” November 13, 2015. POLITICO.
 According to the January 2019 Atlanta Jewish Times article “Who’s in the Box? Jews!”: “Ten of 32 NFL owners have some publicly known Jewish heritage.”
 Dams, Tim, “UK Channels ITV, 4Music, MTV and Comedy Central Mark ‘Blackout Tuesday,’” June 2, 2020. Variety.