Another day, another hack. The latest target of sophisticated computer hackers was the Open Society Institute (OSI), a shadowy foundation financed by billionaire hedge fund manager, George Soros. Numerous hacked OSI documents reveal Soros’s efforts to implement his globalist agenda through a relentless attack on U.S. immigration policy and enforcement. Among a trove of some 2,500 leaked documents detailing Soros’s efforts in the United States and around the world, OSI claims credit for Senate passage of the Gang of Eight amnesty bill in 2013.
Soros was instrumental in orchestrating every aspect of the amnesty and open borders effort, directing and financing a network of advocacy groups promoting his immigration agenda. In an April 29, 2009 memo, “Grant Recommendations for the 2009 Immigration Reform Campaign,” OSI official Maria Teresa Rojas lays out the “four pillars” of their effort to enact amnesty and massive immigration increases and specifies which of the open borders organizations would be funded and tasked with implementing each of the “pillars.”
These “pillars” included:
- Creation of research touting the economic benefits of amnesty and mass immigration;
- Formulating and communicating a case for the broadest possible amnesty;
- Minimizing the effectiveness of any future enforcement;
- Creating a grassroots activist network.
The memo also prescribes the creation of a “Management Team” to be headed by the National Immigration Forum (NIF) and a grant to support NIF’s efforts. Other members of the Management Team receiving grants included America’s Voice, the Immigration Policy Center, the Center for Community Change, and the National Council of La Raza.
The hacked documents contain a disturbing amount of evidence of the extent to which U.S. immigration policy is being manipulated to serve the interests of a small elite class at the expense of the vast majority of Americans.