Richard Poe posted an article on FrontPageMagazine last August, called “The Cult of Soros.” It is an expose of the influence George Soros has developed over the American Democratic Party. It is a stunning revelation:
Soros’s coup was ten years in the making. Since 1994, he had worked with a network of leftwing foundations to fund a $140-million-dollar lobbying drive in favor of “campaign finance reform.” The campaign succeeded in passing the McCain-Feingold Act, which, by outlawing “soft-money” donations, in effect de-funded the Democratic Party. As a result of the Act, the Democratic Party could no longer collect the multi-million-dollar donations from labor unions which were its lifeblood. Soros stepped in with the Shadow Party to collect the donations instead.
Having driven the Democratic Party to the brink of bankruptcy, Soros then offered to save it. In effect, he privatized the Party, by setting up a network of privately-owned, non-profit groups which would raise the big campaign contributions the Party was now forbidden to raise itself.
This is the kind of information that needs to be on the front page of every newspaper in America. It is not a conspiracy theory. It is fact. This is why Poe wrote a book about it, The Shadow Party (2006).
This is why American Indians do ourselves no favor by lending, without protest, the sacred name “sundance” to George Soros, via Robert Redord’s Sundance Institute. Soros is using the Sundance Institute to create documentaries against American values, against the Republicans, and against conservatives.
Let the opposition begin. Let Indians vehemently oppose Robert Redford and George Soros for their ‘mascot’ use of the religious sundance.