Over this past weekend there was another leak of a famous person’s email documents, although the victim was not a politician and the leaker was not Wikileaks. The victim was George Soros, billionaire donor to Democratic Party causes, who is often referred to as the “man who broke the bank of England” in the 1992 Sterling crisis. During that crisis, he made $1 billion in one day at the expense of British taxpayers.
The hack wasn’t of Soros himself but from multiple Soros-controlled organizations, the largest source of documents was Soros’ “Open Society Foundation.”.
The 2,576 files were released by DCLeaks, a website which claims to be “launched by the American hacktivists who respect and appreciate freedom of speech, human rights and government of the people.”
An important revelation included in the document dump is the Open Society Foundation’s funding of anti-Israel NGOs. One file, “the President’s Office,” contains the anti-Israel files.
The portfolio review document of the Palestine/Israel International Advocacy Section of the president’s office file, explains that they pick organizations whose focus was “rooted in human rights and international law.” At least human rights and international law as determined by George Soros.
They group the organizations in three categories
- With regard to Israel’s violations in the occupied territories: The fight against impunity/accountability in relation to violations of international human rights and humanitarian law committed in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; Freedom of movement and lifting the closure of the Gaza Strip; The reversal of Israel’s settlement policy; The rights of Palestinian prisoners and detainees in Israeli prisons
- With regards to Israeli violations in Israel: Promote respect for the rights of the Palestinian Arab Minority; Promote freedom of association and expression, with a particular focus on attacks against Israeli CSOs; Promote the rights of refugees in Israel.
- With regards to the Palestinian Authority’s HR violations: Promote respect by the PA of its HR obligations in both the West Bank and Gaza.
Notice they were able to concoct all those violations by Israel and couldn’t find more than that one violation by the PA? Five minutes at Palestinian Media Watch will give them a list of anti-Israel incitements. Or a few minutes reading The Religion of Peace would demonstrate all of the terrorist attacks waged by Fatah, the party which runs the PA…