Report Claims To Have Discovered Some Of The Funding Behind Protests

George Soros, the billionaire left-wing investor, is at it again, spending his vast fortune on radical leftist groups to foment chaos and division in America. But this time, his targets are college campuses across the country, where he is funding and inciting violent anti-Israel protests.

Copying the same tactics used in the protest-turned-occupation at Columbia University’s Morningside Heights campus, Soros-funded agitators from Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) are setting up tent cities at universities all over the nation. These protests, fueled by Soros and his cronies, have now exploded into full-blown riots, with clashes between students and police at several schools.

We have a map to show you which campuses are being targeted by these radical groups, and you won’t believe which ones are on the list. From Columbia and Harvard to Berkeley and Ohio State, it seems that no college is safe from the influence of Soros and his anti-Israel agenda.

So, who is behind these protests? You guessed it. Soros’ tentacles reach far and wide, and he is using a network of nonprofits to fund these agitators. One of these groups, the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights (USCPR), pays “fellows” up to $7,800 to organize and lead these campaigns. And where does USCPR get its funding? Surprise, surprise: Soros’ Open Society Foundations and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, among others.

But the real shocker is how Soros’ cash has made its way to these students. By funneling money through a maze of nonprofits, Soros and his acolytes are able to obscure their contributions and support for these radical groups. Tides Foundation, another progressive nonprofit linked to Soros, has given over $20 million to USCPR. And let’s not forget about the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, chaired by Joseph Pierson and including David Rockefeller Jr. on its board, which has also given money to these protests.

One of the most vocal and prominent figures in these campus protests is Malak Afaneh, a “fellow” of USCPR and co-president of Berkeley Law Students for Justice in Palestine. Afaneh made headlines when she hijacked a dinner at the law school dean’s home to shout anti-Israel slogans and later accused the dean’s wife of assaulting her. But Soros’ influence doesn’t stop there. His money also supports Craig Birckhead-Morton, a “fellow” at Yale who was recently arrested during a protest on campus.

And the cash keeps flowing. We found that all three of the groups behind the Columbia University occupation – SJP, Jewish Voice for Peace, and Within Our Lifetime – have received funding from Soros or his cohorts. And what do these students have to show for it? Pizza deliveries, organic snacks, and free coffee, all at the expense of Soros and his fellow radical leftists.

It’s no wonder that these students are brazenly calling for the “final solution” for Jews, invoking the same language used by the Nazis to exterminate the Jewish people. With Soros’ money behind them, they think they can get away with anything.

But the truth is, Soros’ plans are backfiring. His attempt to use these protests to fuel anti-Israel sentiment and, ultimately, stoke division and violence is being exposed for what it is – a cynical, self-serving strategy that will only cause more harm.