Government grants are regularly being funneled through "nonprofit" front organizations straight into the BLM Global Network Foundation, which reportedly received $16 million in taxpayer money just in 2019 alone.
The 2019 tax forms for the Tides Center, a California-based "nonprofit incubator," show that this shell organization funnels tax money into not just BLM but a host of other left-wing groups pushing radical agendas.
The BLM Global Network Foundation has been outed for pushing an anti-nuclear family agenda while simultaneously trying to defund the police.
"This arrangement lets the nonprofits avoid disclosing their financial activity, and thus makes it difficult to know where the taxpayer-funded cash ultimately ends up," writes Joe Schoffstall for Free Beacon.
Since 2001, the Tides Center has raked in a handsome $186 million in government grants. This does not include whatever the organization was given in 2020.
According to Scott Walter, president of the Capital Research Center, the Tides Center is as "liberal and politically active as they come." He has questioned whether American tax dollars should continue to be given to to the organization and other similar groups.
In 2019, the Tides Center took in $155 million in "anonymous contributions" on top of the $16 million in government grants it received. This represents a $34 million increase over what it pulled in during 2018.
"It also cut nearly $20 million in grants to outside groups, including the Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability and the New Venture Fund, a separate nonprofit incubator that is part of a $715 million secret money network managed by Arabella Advisors," Schoffstall adds.
Launched in 1996, the Tides Center is an offshoot of the greater Tides Foundation. It has reportedly incubated numerous social justice, environmental, gun control, and abortion "rights" groups."
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Ford Foundation, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and George Soros' Open Society Foundation have all been identified for pushing funds, also known as money laundering, through the network.
The Kellogg Foundation, it turns out, funnels all kinds of cash to hate groups that advocate for the abolition of law and order, along with White people.
Every box of Kellogg's cereal that is purchased helps fund "racial justice" initiatives that aim to prop up people with black skin. "Racial justice," of course, is simply code for "executing white cops."
In 2016, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation awarded more than $380,000 to an initiative aimed at providing:
"... updated publications / tools describing the state of grantmaking with a racial equity / racial justice lens, including insights to support grantmaking considerations at the program officer and institutional levels, through support of the Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equality."
Back to Soros, his Open Society Foundations – yes, plural – funds not just BLM but also MoveOn.org, the International Action Center, the ANSWER Coalition, and other fake "grassroots" organizations that push far-left causes.
"BLM was founded by Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi, three black lesbian Marxists 'who idolize communist terrorist revolutionaries Assata Shakur and Angela Davis, as well as the Black Panther Party and the Black Liberation Movement,'" wrote William F. Jasper in a 2017 piece for The New American.
"Naturally, for Soros, that qualifies BLM for oodles of cash … (who) in 2015 ... showered BLM and its related network of activist organizations with more than $33 million. Not bad, but that was only seed money," Jasper adds, noting that the Ford Foundation, which has been funding revolutions for decades, raised at least $100 million in additional funding for BLM riots.
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