Billionaire Soros Donates $100 Million to radical leftist group Human Rights Watch

September 21, 2010 11:14

The HRW is against faith, marriage, Israel, border security, GITMO, US military, US sovereignty and stiff penalties for sex offenders. What else could be wrong?

Soros’s Anti-Human-Rights Agenda

by Anne Bayefsky at National Review Online


‘The significance of his gift can be understood only by appreciating the web of connections associated with this human-rights organization and its resulting influence.’

‘Distancing itself from its American roots and embracing the timeworn strategy of scapegoating Jews, the organization began to rival the made-over Amnesty.’

‘So Soros’s acquisition of Human Rights Watch, coupled with his legendary support of the Democratic party and the United Nations, creates the perfect storm. He has brought together the unelected, unaccountable NGO claiming to represent “civil society,” the Democratic party and its sitting president, and the world’s chief global organization, each supportive of the others in a plethora of financial and personal interrelationships, and all sharing common goals: diminishing American power and mothballing the idea of unadulterated universal values.’


Billionaire Soros Donates $100 Million to Anti-Family, Anti-Faith Group

by CitizenLink Staff at Focus on the Famliy‘s


‘Soros has long sought to undermine domestic and foreign policies – everything from marriage and life to U.S. support for Israel – through his active funding of counter-cultural groups including: Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good(pro-abortion), EMILY’s List (pro-abortion), National Organization for Women (NOW), Planned Parenthood (pro- abortion),, Democracy Alliance (progressive grassroots organization), Human Rights Campaign (pro-GLBT agenda), Open Society Institute (promotes “sex workers” rights, drug legalization, euthanasia, etc.), Earth Institute (“Green” agenda), the Center for American Progress (Think-tank for Obama Administration), Media Matters, and the Service Employees International Union (SEIU).’

In an interview with The New York Times, Soros’ long-standing hatred for all that the Bush administration represented seemed still fresh:

“I’m afraid the United States has lost the moral high ground under the Bush administration, but the principles that Human Rights Watch promotes have not lost their universal applicability,” he said. “So to be more effective, I think the organization has to be seen as more international, less an American organization.”



The Soros web of connections from Muckety


Human Rights Watch (HRW) onDavid Horowitz’s  Discover the


‘In the United States, HRW regularly interjects itself into domestic political disputes in support of left-liberal positions. For example, the organization maintains that “equitable access to safe abortion services is first and foremost a human right.” HRW also has sided against traditionalist opponents of gay marriage.’

‘With recourse to the rhetoric of human rights, HRW also opposes all enforcement of American immigration laws. In 2005, the organization urged Congress to oppose the “Border Protection, Antiterrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act,” which provided for a number of measures to strengthen border security. Referring to illegal immigrants as “undocumented workers,” HRW has defended the “right” of illegals to organize unions and has condemned employers who “threaten to call immigration authorities if workers seek to organize or make claims for labor law protection.” HRW has also called on the U.S. government to enact legislation conferring the rights of full citizenship to individuals “regardless of their immigration status,” and “prohibiting any inquiry into … immigration status.”’

‘Human Rights Watch is a vocal supporter of institutions like the International Criminal Court (ICC).’

‘While professing neutrality in matters of war and peace, HRW has been a staunch foe of the American-led war on terror.’

‘With regard to the military conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq, HRW has consistently judged the actions of coalition forces to be contrary to human rights.’

‘In addition, HRW has denounced the American detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as a violation of international law.’

‘HRW also directs a disproportionate share of its criticism at Israel.’

‘HRW has a full-time staff of 190 employees worldwide and a budget of approximately $22 million per year. The organization has received funding from many foundations, including the Ahmanson Foundation; the Carnegie Corporation of New York;the Columbia Foundation; the Ford Foundation; the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation; the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; the Nathan Cummings Foundation; the JEHT Foundation; the Joyce Foundation; the J.M. Kaplan Fund; the Open Society Institute; the David and Lucile Packard Foundation; the Righteous Persons Foundation; the Rockefeller Brothers Fund; the Rockefeller Foundation; and the Scherman Foundation.’





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