Leaked memos: Secret campaign to shut down Islam critics
Shocking revelations continue to spill out of the leaked memos from George Soros’ Open Society Institute.
Among the most disturbing is a smoking gun that reveals activists such as Robert Spencer, Frank Gaffney and Pamela Geller were targeted by opposition researchers working for the nonprofit group controlled by the billionaire international activist.
In an interview, Geller reacted sharply to the news she was singled out for destruction by Soros and his allies.
“He has been on the side of evil ever since he worked for the Nazis,” she told WND. “It is no surprise that he would oppose opposition to jihadi terror.”
According to a 2011 document titled “Extreme Polarization and Breakdown in Civil Discourse,” opposition researchers working for the Center for American Progress, or CAP, were to “research and track” Geller and others in order to fight “anti-Muslim xenophobia and to promote tolerance.”
CAP has been a prominent recipient of Soros’ largesse, receiving millions of dollars. The Open Society Institute also funded the specific research project with a stash of $200,000.
Geller, a WND columnist and the author of “Stop the Islamization of America: A Practical Guide to the Resistance,” said the scandal shows the mainstream media, which promote narratives designed to smear people like Geller as “Islamophobic” or racist, should not be taken seriously by thinking people.
“The media is bought and paid for,” she said. “This confirms that the mainstream media is not a news service but a propaganda arm of the hard left.”