NWO elites want complete federal control of police. —>
Breitbart’s Aaron Klein posted an article on 8/20 proving that George Soros’ “Open Society” is attempting to create a “national movement” aimed at federalizing local police to create a more centralized system similar to what is outlined in the United Nations’ Strong Cities Initiative.
The Soros document cites incidents in which police officers shot and killed African-American men as proof that America’s police force is in need of complete reformation.
We the Vigilant contributors have long since warned that the war on police could manifest into a push for U.N.-style peace keeping in the United States as opposed to local law enforcement. While policing in America is not perfect, it seems clear that what we have now would be highly preferable compared to what globalists like the Nazi collaborator and illegal alien George Soros have planned.
The secret New World Order agenda behind “Black Lives Matter” and the media overhyping police shootings is simple – manufacture a war on cops and exploit it to attack local government in order to advance the move towards a borderless, centralized global plutocracy.
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A leaked document from George Soros’s Open Society Foundations exposes the billionaire’s level of involvement in attempting to build what his organization describes as a “national movement” to reform local police forces across the U.S. The reform largely consists of federal guidelines for local police forces.
The document identifies an opportunity in the police killings of African-American men in Ferguson, Staten Island, North Charleston, and Baltimore. It relates that the U.S. contingent of Open Society held a planning meeting titled, “Police Reform: How to Take Advantage of the Crisis of the Moment and Drive Long-Term Institutional Change in Police-Community Practice.”
The extensive memo further documents that Soros-financed groups and personalities influenced President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing, which last May released a final report consisting of 60 recommendations providing guidance to localities on how to modify policing practices.