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Episode 57. September 11, 2020
CLP Topic Category: Destruction of the Nation.
Title: Marxist Legal Theory and the Revenge Prosecution of Kyle Rittenhouse.
Our podcast today is titled Marxist Legal Theory and the Revenge Prosecution of Kyle Rittenhouse, and places the arrest and prosecution of Kyle Rittenhouse into the bigger framework of Marxist Critical Legal Theory that guides the behavior of the Marxist judges and prosecutors that Soros has funded.
We use the Rittenhouse event as an example in our analytical framework to describe the links between the BLM riots and funding from Soros, which is designed to end the American judicial system of individual natural rights.
Diagram 1. Analytical Model of Soros Political Influence.
In Marxist Critical Legal Theory, the concept of individual justice is replaced by the concept of group identity social justice. Rittenhouse is being prosecuted as a white supremacist, not as an individual citizen.
The Rittenhouse prosecution of first degree murder is based upon the false premise that Rittenhouse is guilty, before the fact, because he is deemed by Marxist prosecutors to be a white supremacist.
The premise of white supremacy is a tenet in Systemic Judicial Black Racism, a sub-category of Marxist Critical Legal Theory, promoted by state and local Marxist prosecutors who have been elected to office through funding by Soros, in order to seek revenge for slavery and systemic racism.
In the bigger picture, Soros prefers a global, one-world government, managed by elites, like himself. He believes that independent sovereign nation states are obsolete, and should be replaced by a unified totalitarian global government.
In order to replace sovereign nation states, Soros believes that the concept of “individual rights” is archaic, and should be replaced by group collectivism, similar to the social structure of Communist China.
Soros derives his anti-individual, globalist philosophy from his interpretation of Karl Popper’s work on skepticism and rationalism.
Soros’ interpretation of Popper is terribly flawed and contains an irreconcilable philosophical contradiction, related to Popper’s concept of the “open society.”
We explain that Soros’ misinterpretation of Popper allows him to promote Marxist Critical Legal Theory, the antithesis of Popper’s theory of the open society.
Soros’ interpretation of Popper’s open society is ass-backwards. He is so morally arrogant as to believe that he, himself, has the sole moral authority to overturn the American individualist principles of Hobbes and Locke.
Soros’ one-man crusade to eradicate American individualism is fueled by his $24 billion of family wealth, which he directs to pursue his phantom philosophical goals of a one-world government.
A much better philosophical fit for Soros’ moral arrogance is Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche’s explanation of the will to power. In this context, the Soros attempt to impose his model of human society on American citizens, is through the strength of his personality and the use of his wealth.
Following Nietzsche, Soros is obsessed with his individual creative powers to overcome the social, cultural and moral defects that he perceives in American individualism, in pursuit of his global collectivist values.
Soros’ pursuit of the untried and empirically untested globalist vision is a profound misstatement of Popper’s philosophy of scientific truth through falsification. Soros’ one-man effort to create a global collectivist society can neither be falsified, via Popper, nor tested, via scientific rationalism.
The actions of Marxist prosecutors in America, elected by funding from Soros, contradict every tenet of Popper’s open society.
For common citizens, there is no exit from the perpetual straight jacket tyranny of global Marxism, which is the ultimate goal of a faux dictator, like Soros. Once the Marxists gain power, there will no longer be a democratic concept of “consent of the governed,” to deploy in order to escape the tyranny.
We conclude that the election of Black Marxist judicial racists creates permanent social damage that is irreversible and ultimately leads to the end of the individualistic civil society of the United States.
We conclude that the irreconcilable ideological conflicts between Marxists and natural rights conservatives cannot be reconciled under the framework of Madison’s representative republic.
Our podcast today is the introduction of a much longer article, available for free, for one week, at the CLPnewsnetwork.com.
The other sections of the longer article are:
Section 1. The Soros One-Man Crusade to End American Individual Rights.
Section 2. The Soros Political Network of Promoting Marxist Prosecutors.
Section 3. Marxist Legal Theory as Judicial Revenge For White Supremacy.
Section 4. The American Individualist Theory of Equal Rights Versus the Marxist Collectivist Theory of Social Justice.
Section 5. The Revenge Prosecution of Kyle Rittenhouse.
Conclusion: America, As You Know It, Is Over.
I am Laurie Thomas Vass, and this podcast is a copyrighted production of the Citizens Liberty Party News Network.
Section 1. The Soros One-Man Crusade to End American Individual Rights.
Popper’s theories about reality and scientific truth were based upon the concept of “falsification.” Popper did not believe that scientific truth could be obtained via the empirical scientific method.
The best hope for getting at scientific truth, according to Popper, was demonstrating that a theory was false, and further, that criticism of the theory would not falsify the theory. If a theory could not be subjected to falsification, then the theory was not a scientific theory, but rather an ideological predisposition of the scientist.
Popper wrote in opposition to the dominant paradigm of philosophy of science, at the time, called scientific empiricism. Popper’s opposition to the scientific method was that the so-called scientific theories were crafted by scientists in a way that made them able to refute any criticism.
The nature of such rational theories made it impossible for any criticism or experiment to show them to be false. This is one of the main misapplications by Soros’ use of Popper’s falsification methodology.
The Soros theories of globalism and collectivism have never been tried, and are empirically untested, while at the same time, his theory of globalism does not issue testable hypothesis that can be subjected to falsification.
The entire intellectual apparatus of the Soros open society theory depends on his initial assumption that communism creates better social welfare outcomes than market capitalism.
Soros proposes a theory of society that is not a theory, but rather, following Popper, an ideological predisposition of Soros, actualized in the form of his funding of American Marxist prosecutors and BLM rioters.
Popper criticized historicism as a theory that history develops inexorably and necessarily according to knowable general laws towards a determinate end. Popper opposed historicism because it cannot be subjected to falsification.
Popper argued that this view of historicism is the principal theoretical presupposition underpinning most forms of authoritarianism and totalitarianism.
Popper’s interpretation of historicism, as applied to Soros, is founded upon Soros’ mistaken assumptions regarding the nature of scientific law and prediction
In direct contrast to Popper’s criticism of historicism, Soros’ theory offers a historicism of the inevitability of globalism. The Soros philosophy of globalism is a form of historicism, that posits that social advance bends inexorably to a Marxist one world government.
The end state of a Soros’ Marxist one-world government is the epitome of permanent totalitarianism.
In this sense, Soros believes that globalism and collectivism is the end goal of history, and that it is his responsibility to bring about this future end state. His interpretation of the open society is the theory of a mad man, who has enough wealth to impose his philosophy on American citizens.
According to the article by Daniel Bessner, in The Guardian, titled, “The George Soros philosophy – and its fatal flaw,” (2018),
“Soros’s defining intellectual principle is his internationalism. For Soros, the goal of contemporary human existence is to establish a world defined not by sovereign states, but by a global community whose constituents understand that everyone shares an interest in freedom, equality and prosperity. In his opinion, the creation of such a global open society is the only way to ensure that humanity overcomes the existential challenges of climate change and nuclear proliferation.”
The main target of the Soros funding project is to eradicate the American version private property and capitalism, which he calls “market fundamentalism.”
“In Soros’s opinion, the only way to save capitalism from itself is to establish a “global system of political decision-making” that heavily regulates international finance. Yet as early as 1998, Soros acknowledged that the US was the primary opponent of global institutions; by this point in time, Americans had refused to join the International Court of Justice; had declined to sign the Ottawa treaty on banning landmines; and had unilaterally imposed economic sanctions when and where they saw fit.”
If Soros is wrong about the historicism of globalism as the end goal of history, there is no escape from the tyranny that Soros imposes on American citizens. The tyranny of global Marxism, once obtained, is irrevocable and permanent.
In contrast to Popper, we argue that the American experience is a form of an unfolding political, scientific revolution, based upon the paradigm of individual freedom and individual rationality.
The American paradigm of individual freedom cannot be compared to the experiences of other societies or other theories of social organization.
In other words, following Kuhn, the American paradigm of individualism is incommensurate with the Soros paradigm of Marxist collectivism, and incompatible with Popper’s version of scientific advance, through falsification.
The strength of the American paradigm of individualism is that it can both explain the functioning of the American society, and issue predictions about the future of the society.
The American values of individual freedom guide political and social decisions of citizens in a democratic representative republic, whereas in the Soros collectivism, the citizen’s ability to make decisions are eviscerated in favor of totalitarian elite decision making.
The inherent strength of the American paradigm is not that its genesis was perfect in conception, but that its genesis allowed citizens to continually aim at making a more perfect union.
In contrast to Soros’ interpretation of Popper’s concept of global collectivist society as the end goal, we argue that the next revolution in the American paradigm is the transition from the representative republic to the individualistic democratic republic.
We argue that Soros has no moral authority to disrupt the American paradigm of individualism with his incoherent, immoral, bastardized theory of Popper’s open society.
Section 2. The Soros Political Network of Promoting Marxist Prosecutors.
As described above, in Diagram 1. The Analytical Model, Soros pursues his globalist agenda through a vast personal, direct, network of agencies and institutions, which fund Marxist political organizations.
The leftwing agencies that Soros funds provide a buffer between Soros and potential liability of the actions of the leftwing agencies, including the rioting of Black Lives Matters.
Diagram 2. The Soros Funding Network.
Direct Primary Soros Funding Agencies $$$ $ $ Funding Recipient Agencies
|Justice & Public Safety PAC||ACLU|
|Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington [CREW]||Priorities USA|
|Open Society Foundations||EMILY’s List|
|Democracy PAC||Planned Parenthood|
|Democracy Alliance||Sixteen Thirty Fund|
|Open Society University Network||Pro-Publica Journalism Advisory Board|
|The Foundation to Promote Open Society (FPOS) .||Pennsylvania Justice and Public Safety PAC|
|The Alexander Soros Foundation||New Mexico super PAC|
|The Jennifer and Jonathan Allan Soros Foundation||Civic Participation Action Fund|
|The Open Society Institute||Illinois Safety and Justice.|
|Baltimore Open Society International||Florida Safety and Justice|
|The Soros Economic Development Fund (SEDF)||Real Justice|
|The Soros Fund Charitable Foundation||Color of Change|
|Fund for Reform and Opening of China||Fair and Just Prosecution|
|The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET)||New Virginia Majority|
|The Open Society Policy Center (OSPC)||Media Matters|
|The Fund for Policy Reform||BLM groups|
|Trace Foundation||California Justice & Publicly Safety PAC|
|Tsadra Foundation||Center for Policing Equity|
|League of Women Voters|
|Center for American Progress Action Fund|
|Natural Resources Defense Council (NDRC|
|National Council for La Raza|
|Senate Majority PAC|
According to a Washington Times analysis of the Soros-funded OSF’s tax returns, Soros gave at least $33 million to BLM groups in the most recent year.
According to research conducted by Hayden Ludwig, of the Capital Research Center, titled “Mapping the Open Society Network,” the primary direct, personal, Soros funding agencies include:
- The Open Society Foundations (OSF) is George Soros’ main foundation and central hub of the Soros network. OSF was founded in 1993 as a center-left think tank called the Open Society Institute (OSI), which remains its formal name, though its scope has since expanded to include general grantmaking to other left-wing nonprofits. In 2018, OSF reported revenues of $376 million and expenditures of $215 million (including grants of $20.3 million). OSF is the 2nd-largest of Soros’ foundations, with 2018 assets of $3.7 billion.
- The Foundation to Promote Open Society (FPOS) is the largest of Soros’ foundations, with 2018 assets of $10.8 billion, revenues of $1.3 billion, and expenditures of $498 million (including grants to other nonprofits totaling $499 million). FPOS was endowed in 2008-2009 with over $1 billion from OSF (then Soros’ primary foundation); it’s since become the largest grantmaking organization in the Soros network and has disbursed billions of dollars to numerous center-left and far-left nonprofits including Media Matters for America, the League of Women Voters, Natural Resources Defense Council (NDRC), and UnidosUS (formerly the National Council for La Raza).
- The Alexander Soros Foundation is the private foundation of Alexander Soros (b. 1985), one of the sons of George Soros, and primarily makes grants to center-left humanitarian and “social justice” causes.
- The Jennifer and Jonathan Allan Soros Foundation is the private foundation of Jonathan Soros, one of the sons of George Soros, and his wife, Jennifer. The foundation was created in 2009 and makes grants to other left-of-center advocacy groups and pass-through nonprofits, including Planned Parenthood, National Popular Vote, and the Tides Foundation.
- The Open Society Institute of Baltimore, also known as the Alliance for Open Society International (formal name), is the sole field office for the Open Society Foundations’ U.S. Programs. OSI-Baltimore makes grants to similar center-left groups as OSF; it also makes donations with a particular emphasis on political campaigns in Baltimore, Maryland.
- The Soros Economic Development Fund (SEDF) is a grantmaking foundation that acts as a pass-through for other organizations in the Soros network. In 2018, its sole donor was the Foundation to Promote Open Society, which gave SEDF $60.5 million.
- The Soros Fund Charitable Foundation is a grantmaking foundation that acts as a pass-through for other organizations in the Soros network. It was created in 1985 as the “Fund for Reform and Opening of China”; in 1995, it was renamed to “SGM Scholarship Foundation”; and it obtained its current name in 2000. The Soros Fund Charitable Foundation is a major donor to the Foundation to Promote Open Society.
- The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) is a think tank founded by Soros in 2010 to promote a new statist consensus in economics to replace free market economic theory in the wake of 2007-2008 Great Recession. INET is critical of deregulation, blaming past deregulation policies for producing financial crises, and holds annual global convenings of like-minded economists. Soros remains one of the think tank’s primary funders.
- The Open Society Policy Center (OSPC) is the main lobbying group in the Soros network. The Open Society Policy Center makes grants to other left-of-center 501(c)(4) advocacy groups, which are allowed by IRS rules to spend significantly more funds on lobbying than 501(c)(3) nonprofits. Donation recipients of OSPC include the Center for American Progress Action Fund, Planned Parenthood Action Fund, and Color of Change.
- The Fund for Policy Reform is another Soros-funded advocacy group which makes grants to organizations focused on drug policy, criminal justice, and election administration policy. The Fund for Policy Reform was founded in 2009 with a $100 million endowment from George Soros. The Fund for Policy Reform Trust is the group’s 501(c)(3) “sister” nonprofit and acts as its financial clearinghouse; in 2018 alone, the Trust granted $750 million to the Fund for Policy Reform, its sole grant recipient and the sole donor to the Fund.
The effect of the Soros funding for electing Marxist judicial officials and prosecutors is described in Diagram 3, which is a compilation of the results of Soros funding, taken from various news and media outlets.
Diagram 3. Media Excerpts On Soros Political Judicial Funding.
|Another high-profile prosecutor who has been backed by Soros in the past is Cook County, Ill. State’s Attorney Kim Foxx. Foxx drew national attention when she dismissed the case against actor Jussie Smollett, Her 2016 campaign received more than $190,000 from PACs to which Soros is the sole or principal contributor. His PACs have poured at least $116,000 into her re-election this year|
|San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin, another beneficiary of Soros-tied contributions, recently defended the movement to defund police. In a discussion with Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., earlier in July, Boudin questioned whether money going to police was “the most effective” use of taxpayer dollars|
|Krasner, who was elected after Soros put $1.45 million into a political action committee that supported|
|In Contra Costa County, Calif., District Attorney Diana Becton – also backed by Soros – changed how her office handles police shooting cases, removing deputy district attorney Barry Grove from his role as the main prosecutor in such cases, switching to a team approach,|
|Orlando State Attorney candidate Monique Worrell is also backed by a group linked to Soros in her quest to fill the seat that will be vacated by Aramis Ayala, who was also supported by Soros. Worrell’s platform calls for an end to cash bail, which would result in more defendants being released before their trial. She also says that incarceration should be a “last resort,” and that those who do not pose “a threat to the physical safety of others” should not be placed behind bars.|
|CREW, a 501(c)3 whose mission is to “highlight abuses, change behavior, and lay the groundwork for new policies and approaches that encourage public officials to work for the benefit of the people, not powerful interests.”Funders include liberal stalwarts such as Democratic mega donor George Soros’s Open Society Foundations, which donated $1.35 million in 2017, according to the Washington Free Beacon, as well as the Gill Foundation and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. CREW was previously chaired by Democratic operative David Brock, founder of the left-tilting Media Matters for America, as part of what Influence Watch described as his network to “oppose Republican officeholders.”|
|Also prevailing in the Nov. 5 election was Democrat Jack Stollsteimer, who edged Delaware County District Attorney Katayoun Copeland in the Philadelphia suburbs, thanks in part to a $1 million donation from Mr. Soros to his pro-Stollsteimer Pennsylvania Justice & Public Safety PAC|
|Soros has channeled more than $3 million into seven local district-attorney campaigns in six states over the past year. Soros has spent on district attorney campaigns in Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas through a network of state-level super PACs and a national “527” unlimited-money group, each named a variation on “Safety and Justice.”|
|The Florida Safety and Justice group just poured nearly $1.4 million — all of which came from Soros and his 527 group — into a previously low-budget Democratic primary for state attorney in Central Florida before Tuesday’s vote. The group is backing Aramis Ayala, a former public defender and prosecutor, in her campaign against incumbent Jeff Ashton, whose jurisdiction covers over 1.6 million people across two counties in metro Orlando.|
|Soros put over $1 million into “Safety and Justice” groups that helped elect two new district attorneys in Louisiana and Mississippi and reelect a third — Hinds County, Miss., DA Robert Shuler Smith — who has since been charged by the Mississippi attorney general with improperly providing information to defendants. The other Mississippi district attorney Soros’ spending helped elect, Scott Colom|
|$107,000 from a Soros-funded New Mexico super PAC helped Raul Torrez win his Democratic district attorney primary by a 2-to-1 margin in Albuquerque’s Bernalillo County. Torrez’s Republican opponent dropped out of the general election soon after, citing the potentially exorbitant cost of opposing the Soros-backed candidate in the general election.|
|Soros sent $2M to four attorney candidates in bid to reshape Va.’s criminal justice system. Among the candidates backed by Soros was Buta Biberaj, the Democrat running in the Loudon County commonwealth attorney race. Biberaj received nearly $850,000 from the Justice and Public Safety PAC, a D.C.-based committee financed by Soros. Biberaj defeated the recently appointed Republican commonwealth attorney Nicole Wittmann 51.17 percent to 48.73 percent. Biberaj also received $18,000 in in-kind donations for canvassing and phone banking services from New Virginia Majority, a civic engagement and issue advocacy group that received $75,000 from Soros’s Justice and Public Safety PAC earlier this year.|
|Steve Descano, the liberal candidate in Fairfax County, was the recipient of $600,000 from Soros’s PAC. Descano defeated independent candidate Jonathan Fahey 61.34 percent to 38.38 percent.|
|Soros also gave a $5,000 donation to Albemarle County commonwealth’s attorney candidate Jim Hingeley, who won his election by a 56.26 percent to 43.56 percent margin over Robert Tracci Hingeley.|
|Soros also pushed $1.2 million into Virginia from his Democracy PAC, a committee established earlier this year for the 2020 election cycle, to back various other politicians in House of Delegate and Senate races.|
|Safety and Justice, which paid for the ad, reported $30,000 in contributions since it was formed April 21. In the July quarterly filings, it reported spending $26,700 on NGP VAN, a Washington-based liberal campaign consulting company and Gordon Loewen Research, a political consultant, focused on progressive issues based in Minneapolis.|
|Soros spent nearly $11 million to help 12 candidates running in local district attorney races during the 2016 election cycle, demonstrating a tactic to put Democrats in office up and down the ballot. According to The Daily Signal, the 86-year-old did not meet with any of the Democratic candidates he gave money to. When the votes were counted, however, 10 of them defeated Republican incumbents.|
|Soros, via his funding of progressive-minded California Justice & Publicly Safety PAC, is tossing into several local D.A. races. In Contra Costa, a Soros-tied PAC has kicked in $100,000-plus to support the leftist candidate; in Alameda County, more than $550,000 of Soros-tied money has gone to a hard-core civil rights attorney fighting for the comparatively conservative District Attorney Nancy O’Malley’s seat. Another $400,000 or so of Soros money’s gone toward the Sacramento County district attorney|
|Soros gave $2 million to an effort to defeat Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who lost in his re-election bid.|
|House Speaker Paul Ryan’s campaign received $10,800 from Soros|
|Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina received $3,500 in donations from Soros Fund Management employees,|
Diagram 4. is a compilation of pictures of some of the prosecutors elected with Soros funding. The pictures represent the idea that Marxist prosecutors can be both Black and White, but that they all share the ideology of Marxism, and the use of the judicial system to seek revenge on White Supremacists.
Diagram 4. Pictures of Prosecutors and Judicial Officials Elected With Soros Funding.
Section 3. Marxist Legal Theory as Judicial Revenge For White Supremacy.
All of the Marxist prosecutors elected by the Soros funding campaigned on 5 common political promises, whose main unifying theme was that America is a racist society, controlled by white supremacists capitalists.
The premise of racism allows the prosecutors to justify using legal prosecution as a weapon to correct the sins of racism and slavery, and to defund the police.
For example, Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx stated,
“the BLM protests revolved around what people view as systemic racism in policing.”
The 5 common promises of the Marxist prosecutors were:
- The use of a “presumption of dismissal” when reviewing the arrest of BLM rioters for misdemeanors issued for disorderly conduct, public demonstration and unlawful gathering.
- Ending cash bail,
- Ceasing prosecution of marijuana possession cases.
- Taking the threat of death penalty off the table in capital cases.
- Ending mass incarceration and releasing existing felons from jails and prisons.
The set of 5 political principles used by the Black racist prosecutors had been developed in 2015, by the ACLU, funded by a $50 million grant from Soros.
The role of the ACLU in preparing the Marxist campaigns was described by The Capital Research Center, which stated,
“This effort has a clear motive, spelled out in a 2014 press release from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) after Soros’s Open Society Foundations contributed $50 million toward the Union’s Campaign to End Mass Incarceration, which is a part of their wider Smart Justice campaign. In the press release, the ACLU claimed that the protocol on criminal justice has led to the imprisonment of over 2.2 million people since the ’80s and ’90s. The ACLU stated its intention to reform criminal justice policies at the state level in order to cut this number in half by 2020.”
The linkage to white supremacy in the Soros funded agencies is hidden through the language of victimization and poverty for Blacks, caused by exploitation by White Supremacist capitalists.
For example, Delia Garza, the new Soros-funded Travis County Attorney, stated,
“We’re not going to prosecute low level drug offenses. We’re not going to prosecute crimes that are an extension of someone being in poverty, basically. You know, we’re going to look at the way that we prosecute crimes like prostitution, because so many times those things, those kinds of crimes are related to poverty in some kind of way.”
In Marxist philosophy, poverty is caused by capitalist exploitation, and poverty should be decriminalized according to the principles of Marxist social justice.
Simon Clark, writing in the Center for American Progress, a media agency funded by Soros, explains the linkage to poverty and white supremacy in his recent article, “How White Supremacy Returned to Mainstream Politics,” (July 1, 2020).
“White identity and nativism are a real lever for a significant minority of whites—and will continue to be for decades… The challenge is to expose white nationalist ideologues—and the opportunistic politicians who are appropriating their language— to demonstrate that these ideas are fundamentally un-American and are all too often a cover for corruption, graft, and racism. Politicians, opinion-makers, and public figures from all political traditions have a patriotic duty to stand up to white supremacy and call it out for what it is: a betrayal of the ideals on which the United States was founded and for which Americans have fought and died ever since.”
As a way of eliminating white racism in the judicial system, the writers at Center for American Progress are advocating racial sensitivity training several times a year for all members of the Federal, state and local judiciary.
In their article, “Building a More Inclusive Federal Judiciary, (October 3, 2019), they write,
“Therefore, in the interests of both equality and the perception of fairness, it is important that judges reflect the parties and populations they serve…The federal judiciary must be comprised of judges who can identify with the unique experiences of all kinds of litigants who come before the courts…Although it is impossible to eliminate judicial bias in its entirety, steps can be taken to mitigate its effect. For example, federal judges—including Supreme Court justices—along with all senior court employees and law clerks, should be required to undergo implicit bias training on an annual basis…Training could be carried out by implicit bias specialists and include presentations from affected litigants as well as organizations and bar associations representing various groups and communities, specifically those that are historically underrepresented.”
Fair and Just Prosecution, a Marxist agency funded by Soros, has developed the curriculum of the anti-racist training, which features how prosecutors can avoid incarceration for people exploited by white racists.
With help from the Brennan Center for Justice, funded by Soros, at New York University’s School of Law, FJP developed a training curriculum for prosecutors that introduces them to alternatives to incarceration, that is currently being used in the U. S. Department of Justice to re-educate staffers.
As noted in the Salon article, “The Trump Administration Is Coming for Progressive Prosecutors,” Mr. Soros isn’t working alone to undermine American jurisprudence. After he donated $50 million in 2014 to the ACLU to “support its nationwide campaign to end mass incarceration,” he coordinated his attack on individualism with other large agencies, including the Ford Foundation.
According to Sloan Rachmuth, writing in the The Federalist, Soros is supported by the Ford Foundation in a joint effort to impose Marxist social justice in place of individual rights.
In his article, “Foundation With Biden Campaign Ties Funding Leftist Agitators On U.S. Streets, Rachmuth writes,
“The Ford Foundation has poured almost $2 billion into groups active in “disrupting systems to advance social justice,” according to its grant database. The Ford Foundation boasts key members of the Joe Biden and Kamala Harris campaign as alumni executives. Harris’s sister and ex-campaign chairwoman Maya Harris served as the Ford foundation’s vice president alongside Biden’s now senior advisor, Cristóbal Alex, who served as its program director during the Obama presidency…Shortly after getting $200,000 from the Ford Foundation in 2016, these activists performed one of the first violent and illegal teardowns of a historic monument in the country, in Durham, North Carolina. After the activists were arrested and charged for rioting and property damage, they are being defended in court, for free, by lawyers from another Ford grantee: the Southern Coalition for Social Justice.
According to the Salon article, Soros coordinates the election of Marxist prosecutors with two other Marxist agencies.
The Salon article states,
“This year, Real Justice has raised about $1 million in funding, according to the Federal Election Commission; King said he expects the group to use every dollar and staff member it has in those 15 races. Real Justice has already announced endorsements for six district attorney candidates — four in California and two in Texas… The political action committee arm of Color of Change, the longtime civil rights advocacy group, has raised about $2 million, according to the FEC, and has announced endorsements for the prosecutors supported by Real Justice.”
In Marxist Critical Legal Theory, the concept of individual justice is replaced by the concept of group identity social justice. In her Town Hall article, Equal Justice’: The Politicization of Prosecution, Marina Medvin explains that equal justice, according to Kim Foxx, means group identity social justice.
“When Foxx announced felony charges against the McCloskeys, St. Louis prosecutor Kim Gardner noted something that most people missed: that she was elected to pursue “equal justice.” Equal justice is a term used by neoleftist politicians to alert their base of racial disparities in the criminal justice system, with the implication that “racial equity” must be actively pursued. It is most commonly used by Soros-sponsored wolves in prosecutors’ clothing. It is a political movement to interject a race consideration component into the criminal justice system. There is even an Equal Justice Initiative organization, a Soros-sponsored group that advertises itself as “committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.”
- S. Attorney General Bill Barr is aware of the Soros political effort to elect Marxist prosecutors. In December of 2019, he told a judicial conference that the result of the Soros effort will be more crime and more violence.
“District Attorneys that style themselves as social justice reformers, who spend their time undercutting the police, letting criminals off the hook, and refusing to enforce the law. They are demoralizing to law enforcement and dangerous to public safety. Once in office, they have been announcing their refusal to enforce broad swathes of the criminal law. Most disturbing is that some are refusing to prosecute cases of resisting police. Some are refusing to prosecute various theft cases or drug cases, even where the suspect is involved in distribution. And when they do deign to charge a criminal suspect, they are frequently seeking sentences that are pathetically lenient. So these cities are headed back to the days of revolving door justice. The results will be predictable. More crime and more victims.”
And, while Barr is aware of the Soros funding, he has yet to explain how the Marxist ideology is linked to an attack on the American principles of individual natural rights, nor, yet, to prosecute the felons in Obama’s Democrat coup attempt, which was fueled by the desire of Democrats to impose Marxist tyranny on American citizens.
Section 4. The American Individualist Theory of Equal Rights Versus the Marxist Collectivist Theory of Social Justice.
Kyle Becker, in his 2012 article, Critical Theory: The Strategy to Destroy America:, begins by outlining the key ideological conflicts between Marxists and natural rights conservatives. He writes,
“One of the main struggles between the left and right is that of the individual versus the collective. The left poses a mystical “greater good” or “common good” as the justification for many supposedly progressive policies. This implies that the individual must put “the community” first, and himself always second (or not at all).The ethic of altruistic sacrifice is held as the most noble aim of a person’s life, and any resistance to the left is criticized as “selfish. This puts the individual who wants to better himself and make a profit in an inherently defensive position. It follows that private property and individual rights are compromised in the interest of “democracy.” The result is the atomization of those who seek to be “their own men” and the praising of followers and “joiners” of progressive causes.”
Writing in Critical Legal Thinking, Dimitrios Kivotidis explains in his article, Marxist Legal Theory: Dictatorship of the Proletariat, that the Marxist theory of collectivism means that individuals must be ruled as the proletariat, by the elite, who are the only ones who have the intelligence to pursue the “communal wealth.”(December, 2019).
He notes that the future communist state must be brought about by armed revolution, which Marxist claim is necessary to sanctify the new communist state. After the revolution, there is no need for a police force, which in the former capitalist system only served to protect the White racist capitalist class.
“For both Marx and Lenin, the form of the proletarian state presupposes the effective suppression of the standing bourgeois army and its replacement by the armed people. This was the first decree of the Paris Commune, the first attempt to establish a workers’ state in 1871. According to Marx, this decree was fact transformed into an institution. The necessity of armed revolution—the necessity of which Marx and Engels regarded as being illustrated by the experience of the Paris Commune—is expressed in the statement that ‘the working class cannot simply lay hold of the ready- made State machinery, and wield it for its own purposes’…Engels, too. In the same spirit as Marx’s letter to Kugelmann, Engels suggested that the Paris Commune could be reproached for not having used ‘the terror which its arms inspire’ freely enough. salus revolutionis suprema lex (the success of the revolution is the highest law). This meant that ‘if, for the sake of the revolution’s success, we need temporarily to restrict the functioning of a particular democratic principle, then it would be criminal to refrain from imposing that restriction.”
In other words, American trained Marxist prosecutors believe that an armed revolution is necessary to overthrow the American society in order to bring about communism, and that after the revolution, it is necessary to impose the dictatorship of the working classes.
“Lenin defined dictatorship as ‘unlimited power based on force, and not on law. For Lenin, means that means that the socialist order cannot result from legislative reforms enacted through a bourgeois parliament. The workers’ state establishes its own rules, its own laws, its own standards, which are not based on bourgeois laws, political institutions, or principles of legitimation…the transformation of capitalist private ownership of the means of production into social ownership’.Therefore, according to Lenin, the essence of class dictatorship is determined not so much by issues of legality or illegality, violence or peacefulness of the path, but rather from the issue of who controls the means of production.”
The funding by Soros of the trained Marxist prosecutors constitutes the first phase of the transition from American society to a new socialist state.
“Marx defines as revolutionary dictatorship of the proletariat the period of political transition between capitalist and communist society. This period of transition corresponds to the first stage of communist society, ‘not as it has developed on its own foundations, but, on the contrary, just as it emerges from capitalist society. The reason for these unjust differences is the persistence of the distributive principle ‘to each according to his labour’. With regard to the distribution for individual consumption, the principle that applies to socialism—that is, immature or incipient communism—is that ‘a given amount of labour in one form is exchanged for an equal amount of labour in another form.”
Soros is not funding the transition to Popper’s open global society, he is funding the elimination of capitalism, and private property, in order to usher in the dictatorship of the proletariat.
Electing Marxist prosecutors is the first phase of getting rid of the American capitalist society.
In that future communist state, there is no need for participatory democracy or elections.
Joss Winn, in his 2014 article, “Marx on Individualism, Equality and Democracy,” explains that Marx denied the need for participatory democracy.
“Marx viewed participatory democracy negatively as a form of radical individualism as it emphasizes first and foremost the agency of the individual rather than of the community as a whole through representatives…Membership in a true democratic society does not demand participation in the state. The artificial distinction between society and the state is wrong in the first place. Marx wants to avoid “the methodological individualism of radical democracy.” (Springborg) In a true democracy, the state is not external to the people and therefore does not and cannot act apart from the will of individuals who act “as all.”
In other words, in the future that Soros is funding, there is no need for democratic procedures, because in that future society, there are no individuals, there are only social groups defined by race and class.
The elimination of citizen participation is consistent with the Marxist principle that the Marxist elites are smarter than the common herd, and that only the elites are capable of discerning the best interests of society.
The future that Soros is funding is a Marxist police state. Paul Cammack, in his review of Critical Theory and the Critique of Political Economy, (2016), explains that the capitalist system cannot be destroyed without the implementation of a repressive police state.
“In its role as market police, the state is fundamentally a security state, ever vigilant in its surveillance of society to secure the proper use of freedom, “policing” not only compliance with the rule of law but also the will for enterprise.”
Brian Leiter explains that the purpose of law in a Marxist regime is to impose the ideology of Marxist correct behavior on the entire society. He writes in his article, Marx, Law, Ideology, Legal Positivism, (2014),
“Marx’s idea is that law is part of the ideological superstructure of society. “Law” is ideological method to correct the capitalist Interests Mistake and the Genetic Mistake…the law in Marxian theory are designed to enforce:
(1) the laws that constitute the relations of production, i.e., the scheme of property rights in communist production.
(2) the laws that are super structural and ideological to enforce communist behavior.
(3) the laws that characterize the legal relations of a non-class-based, i.e., a communist society.”
In summary, the future that Soros is funding with his one-man crusade for globalism is based upon a transformation of the American legal system from protection of the rights of the individual to a Marxist legal system that protects the rights of the state communist system.
In Marxist theory, there are no individual rights.
In Marxist theory, there is no consent of the governed.
In Marxist theory, there is no participatory democracy.
In Marxist theory, there is only the unified, totalitarian police power of the state to define acceptable behavior.
That is the point of departure to explain why it is essential for the socialist prosecutors in Wisconsin to frame Kyle Rittenhouse as a white supremacist.
In Critical Marxist Legal Theory, an individual does not have the right of self-defense. Self defense is not acceptable behavior by Marxist prosecutors.
According to Josh Kaul, the Wisconsin Attorney General, the greater social good would have been served if Kyle Rittenhouse had allowed the rioters to kill him, because Rittenhouse is deemed to be a White Supremacist.
Rittenhouse, according to Kaul, is guilty before the fact.
The prosecution of first degree murder charges against Rittenhouse is a revenge prosecution against white supremacy.
Section 5. The Revenge Prosecution of Kyle Rittenhouse.
The Marxist propaganda media has already begun the narrative that Rittenhouse is a White Supremacist.
In the National Review article, “Congressional Dems Label Wisconsin Shooter White Supremacist Without Evidence,” (August, 2020), Brittany Berstein quotes U. S. Representative Ayanna Pressley.
“Rittenhouse is a “white supremacist domestic terrorist.” The 17 year old white supremacist domestic terrorist drove across state lines, armed with an AR 15. He shot and killed 2 people who had assembled to affirm the value, dignity, and worth of Black lives.”
The article quotes Senator Chris Murphy (D., Conn.) who called Rittenhouse a “deranged white nationalist Trump supporter.”
Zack Beauchamp, a socialist writer for Vox, links the allegation of Rittenhouse’s guilt of white supremacy to the idea of “gun populism,” because Rittenhouse was carrying a gun.
He quotes Yale professor, Phillip Atiba Goff, of the Center for Policing Equity, who states,
“It’s hard to overstate how much more likely people are to be racist under these circumstances. When you put people under stress, he said, they tend to make snap judgments rooted in their basic instincts. For police officers, raised in a racist society and socialized in a violent work atmosphere, that makes racist behavior all but inevitable.”
Amy Goodman, the producer of Democracy Now!, a media outlet funded by Soros, began her coverage of Rittenhouse with the obligatory connection between police racism and peaceful BLM protestors.
“The police shooting of Jacob Blake has sparked massive protests across the country and in Kenosha, where a white teenager opened fire on Black Lives Matter protesters and killed two people.”
Goodman interviews Wisconsin state Representative David Bowen, who had been attending the peaceful racial justice protests in Kenosha.
Bowen described the Rittenhouse prosecution by stating,
“That he “witnessed firsthand” how freely organized white supremacists targeted protesters without interference from law enforcement, and accuses police of giving Rittenhouse the “Dylann Roof treatment,” managing to arrest him without incident, while unarmed Black people are frequently met with deadly force. “This is Exhibit A and Exhibit B of why we need to transform law enforcement and public safety in Wisconsin and in this country…When you are not willing to call out police state — police and state-sanctioned violence, you’re using your silence to cosign and give a message to these white supremacists that they can go around attacking people.”
Leonard Pitts, writing in the Miami Herald, describes the Rittenhouse events this way,
“Try to conceive of an armed 17-year-old black boy being treated with similar deference. Or even an unarmed one, like Trayvon Martin. Take it as an inducement to reconsider how we construct our narratives of innocence — and guilt. Or not. ..Someone, for some reason, fires a gun. Rittenhouse is seen running across a parking lot, chased by a shirtless man, whom he apparently shoots.”
Black Entertainment Tonight titles its coverage of Rittenhouse as,
“Kyle Rittenhouse: 7 Things To Know About 17-Year-Old White Supremacist Who Killed Two Jacob Blake Protestors.”
Of the 7 things BET staff cites about Rittenhouse, 2 of them concern Rittenhouse’s support of Trump and his support of the police.
BET staff write,
“A video from one of his two TikTok accounts shows that Rittenhouse sat front row of an Iowa Trump rally on Jan. 30, the Chicago Tribune reports…Photos on social media show the 17-year-old in full uniform with a badge, arm patch and trooper-style campaign hat. WBEZ says that Rittenhouse was a part of public Safety Cadet programs from Grayslake, Lindenhurst, and Hainesville all show pictures of Rittenhouse participating in activities.”
In the paradox of left-wing projection of their fantasies on their enemies, Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul, notes that Rittenhouse came across state lines, with a gun to protect private property, while overlooking that the two communists that Rittenhouse killed came across state lines with guns, to destroy private property.
Kaul perfectly fits the Marxist principle of elite decision making about the common good, that only, he, Kaul, has the moral authority to determine correct, acceptable behavior.
“Kenosha residents deserve the opportunity to grieve, come together, peacefully protest, call for change, and heal. The heavily armed vigilantes, arsonists, and other opportunists who have come to Kenosha to attempt to spur chaos have interfered with that and caused drastic harm to people. If those engaging in violence and destruction of property believe they are furthering some broader goal, they are wrong.”
The broader common good, in Kaul’s interpretation of justice, as revenge, is that the BLM rioters were justified in rioting, and that Rittenhouse was not justified in self-defense.
Kaul could have added that the penalty for Rittenhouse’s incorrect behavior is prosecution of first degree murder.
Kaul’s soothing words about “healing” is simply a Socialist Democrat’s way of subtly attacking Trump.
“When you (Trump) make excuses for people who are involved in that kind of violence, whether it’s vigilante violence or white supremacist violence or any other kind of violence or destruction, we need clear condemnations of that from our leaders (Biden).”
Conclusion: America, As You Know It, Is Over.
The Soros funding of Marxists creates two incompatible forms of justice.
We conclude that the ideological differences between Marxist collectivism and natural rights individualism are irreconcilable. The United States cannot continue to exist, as one nation, under two distinct theories of justice.
One track of justice is for Hillary and agents of the deep state, who deeply believe in the righteousness of Marxism, and that violence is justified to obtain that social end state.
The other form of justice is for white supremacist, like General Flynn and Kyle Rittenhouse,, who are targeted by Black judicial racists and Marxists, who use the judicial system to seek revenge.
Joe Hoft, of Gateway Pundit, summarizes one side of the two-track justice system, using the Flynn case. He states,
“General Michael Flynn was lied to, set up multiple times before and after the Trump inauguration, excessively and to the point of illegally unmasked, targeted, ambushed in the White House, falsely accused, threatened with his son being indicted, provided corrupt legal counsel (the same firm where corrupt Obama former AG Eric Holder works), harassed for 3 years, belittled, slandered, besmirched by the judge, harassed by the judge, and then the attorneys going after him were the same attorneys who represented the corrupt Sally Yates who lied and told President Trump General Flynn lied.”
Rittenhouse’s prosecution fits this same pattern of judicial overreach of using the judicial system for revenge against the enemies of Marxist prosecutors.
The two tracks of justice reflect two incompatible ideologies about the future of America, a collectivist communist ideology, where elites can assume the role of judge, the jury, and the prosecution, and a natural rights individualism, where individuals are presumed innocent, until proven guilty.
We conclude that the judicial system in America is infested with the Marxist ideology of Critical Legal Theory, and is beyond redemption.
Nothing will ever make Soros, or the communists that he funds, abandon their ideology and suddenly embrace individual natural rights and the civil procedures of natural law.
The American system of justice has been corrupted by Soros, the agencies of government are corrupted by Marxist representatives, the public schools and universities are corrupted by Marxism, and the Democratic Party is a corrupt Marxist RICO syndicate.
The Nation, as you know it, is over. The Marxists have been successful in subverting the judicial system of government.
Individual liberty, once lost, is lost forever.
We conclude that the only peaceful, non-violent pathway for socialists, and natural rights conservatives, is a civil dissolution of the states, into two new nations, the Social States of America and the Democratic Republic of America.
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