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George Soros, the United Nations and groups organising pro-Hamas protests

George Soros, the United Nations and groups organising pro-Hamas protests

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Since Hamas attacked Israel on 7 October 2023, we have been witnessing a strange phenomenon whereby corporate media and independent media are pushing the same narrative, except for some outlets in America. This phenomenon is particularly noticeable in the UK.  Yet few people pause long enough to ask why. 

Why are the majority of corporate media and independent media generally following the same narrative relating to events in Gaza?

In a recent essay, Vince Barwinski addresses some well-publicised theories circulating in the “freedom movement” regarding Zionism, Jews and Israel and delves into who is behind the narrative.

At around 14 mins depending on how fast you read, this is a long read so grab a cuppa, settle in and then draw your own conclusions.

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Last week, author Vince Barwinski published an essay titled ‘I Am A Zionist; But George Soros And The UN Are Not’.  It begins with the lede: “Hamas’ attack on Israel on 7 October 2023 and the subsequent Globalist engineered propaganda was to obliterate Israel’s right to exist.”

For most of his life, Barwinski has been fascinated by how much this tiny sliver of land, Israel, has consumed world news.

Further reinforcing this perspective was the book ‘Disinformation: Former Spy Chief Reveals Secret Strategies for Undermining Freedom, Attacking Religion, and Promoting Terrorism’ written by the highest-ranking Eastern Bloc Cold War defector to the US, Romanian defector Lieutenant General Ion Michal Pacepa, and University of Mississippi Law Professor Ronald Rychlak.  In their book, Pacepa and Rychlak document the pivotal role the Holy Land played in the Cold War.

Adding to his already piqued interest about Israel in the news is “the inexorable barbarity of Hamas on 7 October 2023, and since with its cavalier use of its own people as human shields, revealing amidst skyrocketing global anti-Semitism, and rising global Islamic persecution of Christians, the agenda of the Red-Green Axis to obliterate Israel and Christianity from existence, towards the ultimate facilitation of global tyranny,” Barwinski wrote.

In his essay, Barwinski goes through history that is seldom, if ever, seen or discussed in Western, and particularly in the UK, corporate media, independent media or social media.  As his essay’s lede implies, he believes the reason for this radio silence is no coincidence.  We highly recommend setting aside a couple of hours to read his 41-page essay, with 380 references, and make up your own mind.  You can read Barwinski’s essay HERE.

Below we have focused on the points Barwinski made regarding George Soros and the United Nations. Or, in Barwinski’s words, the discussion about “the motivation and true agenda behind the pro-Palestinian, in effect, pro-Hamas protests globally, and how the nefarious globalist but anti-Zionist players of George Soros and the United Nations, fit into all this.”

By “this” Barwinski was referring to previous pages in his essay relating to Ashkenazi Jews and the “Khazarian theory,”  the role played by the Rothschilds in creating the modern-day state of Israel, the history of events surrounding Gaza and Israel, and Russia’s involvement in current events in the Middle East, to name a few.

George Soros Backs Pro-Hamas Groups

As Barwinski points out, since 2016, groups behind the “Israel-bashing protests” backing the 7 October 2023 Hamas attacks, have received more than US$16 million from the radical-left Jewish-Hungarian-American billionaire and Globalist George Soros.

It must be pointed out that many, due to Soros’ Jewish heritage, perceive Soros as being a staunch pro-Zionist. However, Soros’ actions clearly suggest otherwise, as Barwinski discussed beginning on page 16 of his essay. 

After demonstrating Soros’ worldview using Soros’ own words, Barwinski highlighted a paper published on 1 April 2016 titled  ‘Colonialism and Apartheid Against Fragmented Palestinians: Putting the Pieces Back Together’ by Rinad Abdulla. It was published by “the ultra-woke Pluto Journals,” he said. “At the bottom of the introductory page, it is stated; ‘This article was written while the author held an Open Society Fellowship at Birzeit University’.”

On 10 December 2023, the DC Daily Journal reported Soros’ shocking ties to terrorism as revealed in a “bombshell report.” According to watchdog group Capital Research Centre, a foundation that has received money from Soros has been funding groups that have held pro-Palestinian rallies.

Tides Foundation, a nonprofit established in San Francisco, has received approximately $22 million in donations from Soros for various causes. According to the report, the Tides Foundation then gave millions to leftist organisations that all planned pro-Palestinian protests:

  • $650,000 to Jewish Voice for Peace
  • $710,000 to Adalah Justice Project, a pro-Palestinian group.
  • $86,000 to IfNotNow
  • $38,000 to the progressive Centre for Constitutional Rights
  • $600,000 to the Mass Liberation Project, a “progressive” organisation working to “end mass incarceration and abolish the criminal legal system.”
  • $132,000 to the WESPAC Foundation, the group over Students for Justice in Palestine.

The Mass Liberation Project endorses left-leaning candidates running for local and state offices through its social media accounts, Barwinski wrote and continued:

What are Hamas’ Principles

To understand what pro-Hamas groups and the likes of Soros are advocating, we need to understand what the Islamic Resistance Movement, or Hamas, is and what it stands for.

As we noted in a previous article about groups organising the pro-Palestinian protests in the UK,  the Hamas takeover of the Gaza Strip in 2007 was the first time since the Sudanese coup of 1989, that a Muslim Brotherhood group ruled a significant geographic territory.

That Hamas is a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood is confirmed by ‘The Covenant Of The Islamic Resistance Movement – Hamas’, which is more commonly known as the “Hamas Charter.”  Article Two of the Charter states:

As a footnote to the Hamas Charter, Middle East Media Research Institute (“MEMRI”) notes that Hasan Al-Banna founded the Muslim Brotherhood in 1928 and was its director general until his assassination in 1949.  The Charter quotes Al-Banna as saying “Israel will exist, and will continue to exist, until Islam abolishes it, as it abolished that which was before it.”

Beginning on page 19 of his essay, Barwinski quoted extracts from the Hamas Charter. One was from Article Fifteen which proclaims:

“The Muslim Brotherhood and their offshoots have the propensity to pretend to be political and non-violent until they can seize power – which was quintessentially embodied in the Battle of Gaza from 10 to the 15 June 2007, also referred to as Hamas’ takeover of Gaza,” Barwinski cautioned.

United Nations and Hamas

“The ultra-corrupt Globalist entity that is the UN is Israel’s enemy and friends of the Arab nations and terrorist states such as the Hamas backing and Islamic fundamentalist state Iran,” Barwinski wrote.

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (“UNRWA”) distributed school materials to Palestine in 2020 that referred to neighbouring Israel as “the Enemy” and made references to martyrs and jihad.

A January 2021 report by the non-governmental organisation The Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education (“IMPACT-se”), stated:

In July 2022, another review of school materials produced by UNRWA confirmed the problem of indoctrinating children was ongoing.  IMAPCT-se summarised the report as follows:

Barwinski also highlighted an article by Bassam Tawil, a Muslim Arab based in the Middle East, from the Gatestone Institute.   Tawil wrote that in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, UNRWA has, in fact, long been operating as the de facto government.

Providing proof for the point Tawil made, senior Hamas official Mousa Abu Marzouk said, in explaining why no cement could be spared from terror tunnels to build bomb shelters for Gazan citizens:  “The tunnels were built to protect the fighters of Hamas from [Israeli] airstrikes. As you know, 75% of the residents of the Gaza Strip are refugees. It is the responsibility of the United Nations to protect the refugees.”

Hamas was effectively saying: We are responsible for what happens underground, while UNRWA is responsible for what happens above ground. Which includes it seems, indoctrinating Gazan children with a perpetual hatred for Jews.

It’s not just in Palestinian schools that UNRWA is fostering terrorism.  Barwinski noted:

Adding to the UN’s complicity in terrorism, during an interview with Sky News in February 2023, Martin Griffiths, the United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, stated: “Hamas is not a terrorist group for us, of course as you know, it’s a political movement.”

If you are unable to watch the video above on Rumble, you can watch it on WVW Broadcast Network HERE.

“If you donate the UN instrument of UNRWA, please be aware where your hard-earned dollars will be spent! Namely tunnels and jihad indoctrination, but certainly not on basic infrastructure,” Barwinski wrote.

Albert Pike’s Three World Wars

Barwinski concluded his essay by reminding us of the infamous Albert Pike letter about three world wars, which may help us to understand the bigger picture and possibly why anti-Israel rhetoric is being widely pushed in corporate media, independent media and on social media, as well as through some activist groups organising pro-Palestinian protests.

We have previously published an article about this letter exploring whether it is genuine or not.  However, below we follow Barwinski’s commentary on the letter before reproducing its contents.  An important point to note is that the letter refers to “political Zionists.”  This is not the same as “Zionists.”

For background reading to gain some understanding of the difference between “Zionists” and “political Zionists” please read ‘What is Zionism? 6 different types of Zionist thinking’ as a starting point, and then ‘The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion: Separating fact from fiction’ and a series of articles which ends with ‘Kissinger’s role as a midwife to Satan’.  These articles offer a variety of perspectives on this complex subject and there are sure to be others.  But all these perspectives demonstrate the same thing: the anti-Zionist rhetoric we see frequently brandished about, implicating all Zionists regardless of nationality or religion as the same, is utter nonsense.  This rhetoric is without substance and purely serves as a racist anti-Jewish mantra, most likely originating from those who wish to eliminate Jews and their homeland.  The world has been here before; we must learn from history, not repeat it.

Now onto Albert Pike’s letter.

In 1871, the year of the birth of the German Empire in the Hall of Mirrors in the French Palace of Versailles, in the wake of the Prussian victory in the 1870-71 Franco-Prussian War, that took Germany into World War I, it is claimed Albert Pike wrote a letter to Giuseppe-Mazzini which is titled ‘The Illuminati Plan for 3 World Wars, dated 15 August 1871’.

Albert Pike (1809-1891) was the American Civil War Confederate Brigadier General and Freemason of the Scottish Rite.  Giuseppe-Mazzini (1805-1872) was a Genoese propagandist, revolutionary, founder of the secret revolutionary society Young Italy (1832), and a champion of the movement for Italian unity known as the Risorgimento.

This letter, it is claimed, was on display in the British Museum Library in London until 1977, where it is claimed by numerous internet sites to reside in the British Library in London, which denies the letter exists. “Make of that what you will,” Barwinski wrote. “In any event, the Illuminati Plan for 3 World Wars purportedly documented by Pike in the letter he wrote, subsequent to a Satanic vision he earlier experienced, is as follows”:

Featured image: George Soros (right). “Free Palestine” rally, London, 17 May 2003 (right).

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