An investigation by a New York Times affiliate has revealed that billionaire globalist financier, George Soros, who recently called Donald Trump a ‘would-be dictator’ during an interview at Davos, and whose Open Society Foundation works to finance and forward progressive causes across the world, and is intimately connected to numerous color revolutions, the Arab Spring, and various other political uprisings across the globe, has been revealed to be connected to more than 50 of the groups that organized the nationwide ‘Women’s Marches’ that saw millions of Americans take to the streets across the country.
The march’s official website says, ‘We stand together, recognizing that defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us.’ Many people turned out to be a manifestation of that ideal, but it’s important to understand the reality of what is happening on a strategic political level as an inorganic politically contrived and funded event. This, in no way, takes away from the validity of standing up for women’s issues but is important to note that women are being used as pawns in a larger ideological political game that has international overtones of power politics.
These marches were largely billed as ‘spontaneous’ and ‘grassroots’ actions, by publications like The Guardian and Vox. However, the reality exposed by an investigation by self-described liberal feminist, Asra Q. Nomani, writing for New York Times affiliate Women in the World, revealed that after studying the ‘funding, politics and talking points of the some 403 groups that are ‘partners’ of the march,’ contrary to the non-partisan rhetoric used in these marches, they were not really ‘women’s march’ but were rather ‘for women who are anti-Trump.’

This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on JANUARY 23, 2017.