Tags: America's Forum | Mike Ciandella | George Soros | Ferguson protests | Occupy movement | liberalism

Mike Ciandella: Soros an Evil Genius in Getting Message Out

By    |   Friday, 16 Jan 2015 12:07 PM

It's not surprising, according to a senior analyst at the Media Research Center, that progressive billionaire George Soros is the chief funding source — to the tune of $33 million in one year — of activist groups that have been staging anti-police protests since the Ferguson, Missouri, death of a black teen by a white police officer.

Center analyst Mike Ciandella said Friday on Newsmax TV's "America's Forum" that funding events that Soros agrees with politically is his modus operandi.

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"Soros creates these infrastructures, it's not just that he sees a political event that happens and he agrees with it, he invests in it," Ciandella said.

"He's doing this long term so he'll go and he'll invest in all these different think tanks, youth organizations, community organizations and he builds this infrastructure and then when something happens like Ferguson or like these riots or like Occupy Wall Street — he did the same thing during Occupy Wall Street — the infrastructure's already in place and his message goes out on its own.

"It's really, I mean, he's kind of an evil guy, but he's brilliant in the way he does it."

There's no way of knowing whether Soros actually planned the protests, Ciandella said, "but he was definitely waiting for something to happen."

"I mean, just like with Occupy Wall Street. I don't know that he started the original protest, but his money had already funded an infrastructure so that when those protests started he could capitalize on it and he could start putting his money to work."

The double standard at play in the media coverage of Soros and other liberals is astounding, Ciandella said.

"If any conservative donated to a political cause or a PAC or something like that, it would be manipulating the political process and corruption.

"But you can have a billionaire like Soros — and he's not alone, there's Tom Steyer from California or Michael Bloomberg from New York and they're donating all this money, they're creating these infrastructures, they're influencing not just the process on political group standpoint, but ... all these smaller community groups.

"And then the media just completely ignores them," Ciandella said. "It's always that the Kochs make a better boogie man than Soros, I guess, as far as they're concerned."

Through his Open Society Foundations, Soros' goal is to "create some sort of Marxist, dystopian open society. It kind of sounds like an Orwellian state," Ciandella said.

"He has something called the media consortium and it's all these little news outlets, little blogs, little things like this, that by themselves don't really have much of a voice but he paid them hundreds of millions of dollars to form this web called the Media Consortium and it's a self-proclaimed echo chamber," he said.

"They bounce ideas back and forth off each other, they publish each others' stories, and they're all in an agreement to do this.

"By doing that, by themselves, each one doesn't have that much of a voice," he said, "but together they have enough of a voice that those items then work their way up into the mainstream news media."

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The Media Research Center's Mike Ciandella said Friday on Newsmax TV's "America’s Forum" that funding events that George Soros agrees with politically is his modus operandi.
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