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Mídia Ninja nos bolsos de George Soros

Mais um acerto da equipe de colaboradores da Rádio Vox. Agora está comprovado pelos documentos da organização metacapitalista Open Society, vazados por hackers essa semana. A chamada Mídia Ninja está na folha de pagamentos das fundações de George Soros, num esquema global que envolvem outras iniciativas como controle das armas, apoio as invasões civilizacionais ocorridas nos EUA e Europa, entre outras agendas da esquerda revolucionária transnacional.

Protagonistas da maior ação terrorista em escala nacional desde os movimentos comunistas das décadas de 60 e 70, o Mídia Ninja junto com o Fora do Eixo e Black Blocs causaram em 2013 mais de 813 feridos e pelo menos 8 mortos. Os porta-vozes das ações terroristas Bruno Torturra e Pablo Capilé obtiveram ajudas financeiras do Estado Brasileiro em grande parte de suas ações.

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Torturra com o seu parceiro de Open Society FHC, outro beneficiário da grana fácil de Soros e um dos seus maiores proselitistas nas ações para liberação das drogas em todo o mundo

Torturra foi até janeiro de 2016 o vice-presidente do COMUDA, Conselho Municipal de Drogas e Álcool de São Paulo, órgão da maior cidade do Hemisfério Sul do planeta responsável em propor e acompanhar a execução da política municipal de prevenção ao uso de drogas e coordenar, desenvolver e estimular programas desta política que visem o atendimento da pessoa em situação de uso problemático de substâncias psicoativas. Claro, dentro do esquema da esquerda mundial e das organizações pró-drogas de George Soros, de amenizar o problema do consumo das drogas através da mentirosa alternativa de redução de danos e promoção da cultura das drogas. A grande prova disso é a ação nefasta de Fernando Haddad na chamada “cracolândia”, preservando e incentivando a manutenção da “zona livre” no centro da capital paulista com uma multidão de viciados que encontram drogas de todos os tipos.

Torturra promoveu em mais uma das suas “iniciativas de mídia independente” a conversa do prefeito petista de São Paulo, Fernando Haddad, com Ethan Nadelmann, diretor executivo da Drug Policy Alliance, que junto com a Global Commission on Drugs opera para liberar as drogas no mundo e conta como um dos principais comissários o ex-presidente do Brasil Fernando Henrique Cardoso.

Segundo é apontado no documento vazado pelo Soros Unleashed, a Mídia Ninja de Torturra recebeu de 2015-2016 US$ 80.000,00 (Oitenta mil dólares norte-americanos) da Open Society, em uma ação de “inibir a violência” policial nos protestos de ruas. Ação semelhante ao movimento Black Lives Matter, financiado pelo esquema de Soros e que está sendo usada como catalisadora de uma guerra racial nos EUA.

To strengthen an independent media structure in Brazil that will report, promote discussion and inhibit violent police practices against public demonstrators.

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Esse foi vice-presidente do COMUDA, pago com o dinheiro do contribuinte paulistano em sua maioria contra a liberação de qualquer de drogas

As ações da COMUDA na “Cracolândia” de Fernando Haddad-PT

Entre as discussões do chamado Conselho Municipal, estão:

 

Discussão sobre nota de questionamento a estratégia usada pelas forças de segurança durante a ação na região da Luz, no dia 29/04

o Fórum de Redução de Danos e também o grupo dos “Sem-Terno”, que estavam participando de uma festa junina na “Cracolândia”

Discussões no COMUDA sobre drogas e proibicionismo (ações para legalização das drogas)

Uma das participantes do COMUDA é Inês Lafer, representante da Rede Pense Livre — ligado Instituto Igarapé de Ilona Szabo, da Open Society de Soros — e filha de Celso Lafer — membro do Diálogo Interamericano– discutindo pautas do Foro de São Paulo na reunião:


Sra. Inês Lafer: o que eu achei é que a carta envolve, além de temas como drogas e proibicionismo, muitas outras questões. Eu represento aqui a Rede Pense Livre, uma rede bastante heterogênea, e nós, como Rede Pense Livre, não temos posição para assinar a carta, pois ela envolve temas, como por exemplo, a SABESP e a Reforma Política. Acho que ela ultrapassa o mandato do COMUDA.

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A filha do ex-embaixador e ministro de FHC, Celso Lafer, participa ativamente nas políticas pró-drogas e revolucionárias da Open Society – PSDB – PT

 

 


EFFECTIVE
DEMOCRACIES IN THE 21ST CENTURY CONCEPT
PORTFOLIO
ELEMENTS

Latin
America Program Presidential Portfolio Review

May
12, 2016

 

Organization

Approach

Grant
or Consultancy Name

Description

Amount

Period

Geography
of Work

 

 

 

Diversify
and Increase the Regional Debate on the Evolution of
Democracy to Respond to 21
st
Century Societies

Consultancies
and Convening
Ford Foundation,
Fundación Avina & REOS Partners
Transformative
Scenario Building Process
Alerta
Democratica

Led
by OSF, the Avina and Ford Foundations collaborated with
Reos Partners Brazil to develop a set of scenarios for the
future of democracy in Latin America. More information can
be found here.

$512,438 1 July 2014 – 1
December 2015
Regional
Instituto
Arapyaú, Cause & Gestao de Interesse Publico
Targeted
Research: Tools for Reformers and Activists
Democratic
Innovation

LAP
partnered with Brazilian private donors to map the field
in Brazil and expand the number of philanthropists and
foundations interested in the field of democratic practice
and innovation.

$10,000 1 April
2015-Ongoing
Brazil

Grants

Fundação
Instituto Fernando Henrique Cardoso
Targeted
Research: Tools for Reformers and Activists
The Changing
Structure of the Public Sphere & the Challenges to
Civil Society in Latin America

To
analyze lessons learned from experiences of cyber activism
in order to promote a public debate on the challenges
posed by the increasing role of internet and social media
in shaping the public sphere, citizen participation,
political institutions, and democratic governance in
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela.

$111,220 1 June 2015 – 31
May 2016
Argentina,
Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela
Governing Council
of the University of Toronto
Targeted
Research: Tools for Reformers and Activists
Commission for
Democracy in LA- First Phase

To
support a broader discussion on how the region’s premier
experts on democracy can better address Latin America’s
democratic challenges and reinforce its capacity for
innovation in the 21
st
Century.

$45,980 1 January 2015 –
31 January 2015
Regional
Instituto
Sincronicidade Para a Interação Social
Targeted
Research: Tools for Reformers and Activists
Update
Politics

To
conduct a mapping process to understand the Brazilian
ecosystem of political hackers, an initiative to create a
space for recognition and reflection of emerging political
practices, where political activists and researchers can
reflect on their field of work and identify strategies,
solutions and partnerships to further their objectives.

$
25,000
1 January 2016 –
31 December 2016
Regional
openDemocracy Media Platform Democracia
Abierta

Seed
funding with OSIFE for the launch of Democracia Abierta, a
media platform which seeks to share ideas and experiences
that develop in Latin America and strengthen the ecosystem
of independent media working for public interest. Focus
on Mexico, Brazil, Colombia and Argentina, and linking
that work to debates in Spain, Portugal and Southern
Europe.

$25,000 1 March 2015 – 29
February 2016
Regional
WZB Berlin Social
Science Center
Targeted
Research: Tools for Reformers and Activists
LATINNO –
Dataset on Democratic Innovations in Latin America

To
advance knowledge about democratic innovation (during the
last 25 years), focused on non-electoral means of citizen
participation in Latin America. WZB seeks to develop a
public source (dataset) of information outlining a variety
of characteristics for each innovative practice or
project.

$106,960 1 December 2015 –
30 November 2016
Regional

 

Support
Experimentation that uses Technology to Engage Citizens in
Policy-making and Debate Institutional Reform

Consultancies
and Convening

Support
to Reformers in Mexico, Chile, Brazil & Argentina

Direct
Assistance to Reformers in Government

Providing
Information and Networking Opportunities

LAP has responded to
requests from Chile’s
Unidad
de Modernización y Gobierno Digital del
Ministerio
Secretaría General de la Presidencia
,
Mexico’s
Departmento
de Innovación Cívica de la Presidencia de la República
,
the
Subsecretaría
de Reforma Institucional y Fortalecimiento de la Democracia en
el Ministerio del Interior

of
Argentina,
the
Governor of
the Brazilian State of Maranhão, and the Brazilian National
Development Bank.
To
all of them we have provided information and networking
opportunities. In some cases we have sponsored and organized
workshops, seminars and exchanges between reformers and civil
society activists. For example, we have often invited
Instituto Tecnologia e Sociedade (ITS)

to share its
experience and lessons learned with crowdsourcing
Brazil’s Marco Civil legislation
, which is credited with
formalizing online participation in policy development via
government websites like the executive branch’s Dialoga
Brasil
 website and congress’s Portal
e-Democracia
.

$60,000

December
2014-Ongoing

Regional

Grants

Actantes
– Acao direta pela Liberdade, Privacidade e Diversidade na
rede

Provide
Assistance to a New Generation of Civil Society Activists

Actantes
Core Support 2016

To support the Grantee’s
2016 strategy. While the organization will continue promoting
the use of technology — such as cryptography and other
digital security tools — by activists, not only as a form of
protection on one’s agency and freedom of speech, it will
also use it as a way to defend privacy and freedom of
expression in the digital public sphere.

$60,000

1
January 2016 – 31 December 2016

Brazil

Associacao
Caminho das Artes

Provide
Assistance to a New Generation of Civil Society Activists

Mídía
Ninja – The Collective Eye to Reduce Police Violence

To strengthen an
independent media structure in Brazil that will report,
promote discussion and inhibit violent police practices
against public demonstrators.

$80,000

1
August 2015 – 1 August 2016

Brazil

Asuntos
del Sur

Provide
Assistance to a New Generation of Civil Society Activists

Latin
America Political Innovation Network

To develop spaces for
exchanges among actors thinking about and working on
democratic practice and political innovation especially those
developing ways to penetrate the formal political system,
reform institutions and change democratic culture and
practice. (Project in partnership with Democracia en Red).

$50,000

1
November 2015 – 31 October 2016

Regional

Casa
Fluminense

General
Support to Multi-Sectoral Sub-National Level Activists

Basic
Project 2015-2016

To strengthen civil
society capacities to engage with government policy makers and
to present shared proposals for a more equal, democratic and
sustainable Rio de Janeiro metropolitan area.

$
200,139

1
May 2015 – 30 April 2017

Brazil

Organization

 

 

Organization

Approach

Grant
or Consultancy Name

Description

Amount

Period

Geography
of Work

 

Consejo Cívico** General Support to
Multi-Sectoral Sub-National Level Activists
Cómo Vamos, Nuevo León

Grant to
monitor municipal and state government actions on indicators
around citizen security, transparency and accountability, and
opening public spaces to discuss institutional reforms and set
specific goals for the state level and 9 municipalities in Nuevo
Leon.

Consejo Cívico** General Support to
Multi-Sectoral Sub-National Level Activists
Cómo Vamos, Nuevo León
Democracia en Red Provide Assistance to a
New Generation of Civil Society Activists
Latin America Political
Innovation Network

See above
entry for Asuntos del Sur.

$49,600 1 November 2015 – 31
October 2016
Regional
Fundacion
Hormigas Argentinas
Provide Assistance to a
New Generation of Civil Society Activists
Global Democracy Network

To create
a network of actors in Latin America who are experimenting with
new methods of citizen participation and digital tools to improve
democracy and the construction of politics in the digital age.

$71,000 1 May 2014 – 30 June
2015
Regional
Instituto Seva** Provide Assistance to a
New Generation of Civil Society Activists
Open Innovation Challenge
for the Development Agenda in Sao Paulo

To engage
digital civil society in the creation and monitoring of a
development agenda via indicators and targets in Sao Paulo, Brazil
on topics related to Goal 16 of the Post-2015 Sustainable
Development Agenda on governance, justice, and peace and security.

$79,996 1 January 2015 – 31
March 2016
Brazil
Instituto
Tecnologia e Sociedade (ITS)
Provide Assistance to a
New Generation of Civil Society Activists
General Support

Together
with the Information Program encourage Brazil’s government to
respond to opportunities provided by technology and promote its
benefits equal across society. Analyze legal, social, economic and
cultural dimensions of technology and advocate for public policies
which protect privacy, freedom of expression and access to
knowledge. Offer training to individuals and institutions to
enable them to understand the opportunities of technology for
advocacy.

$200,000 1 August 2015 – 31 July
2017
Brazil
Transição.br

To design
and implement https://www.mudamos.org/,
an online platform for collecting broad citizen engagement on
topics of public interest, such as security laws and political and
institutional reform in Brazil, and helping to construct
democratic solutions. Create an informed debate on these issues
with the participation of various sectors of society.

$150,000 1 October 2014-31 January
2016
Brazil
Organization of American
States (OAS)*
Provide Assistance to a
New Generation of Civil Society Activists
Empowering Agents of
Change – The OAS Fellowship on Open Government in the Americas

To
support to the new OAS School of Governance with the open
government fellowship program comprised of 25 young innovators
from diverse sectors.

$ 150,000 1 January 2016 – 31
December 2016
Regional

 

Rede Nossa São
Paulo**
General Support to
Multi-Sectoral Sub-National Level Activists
General Support/
Project on Post-2015 Indicators

To
develop and measure indicators related to governance, justice
and safety in 60 Brazilian municipalities tied to the process
of discussions and negotiations regarding the post-2015 SDG
agenda in Brazil. Rede Nossa Sao Paulo also advocated for
reforms to democratic institutions and practices at Brazil’s
municipal-level.

$400,000 1 November 2015 –
31 October 2016
Brazil
General Support to
Multi-Sectoral Sub-National Level Activists
Participatory
Democracy for Sustainable Cities

To
strengthen a multi-stakeholder process to monitor government
actions on 145 indicators around citizen security,
transparency and accountability, and opening public spaces to
discuss institutional reforms and set specific goals in 96
districts of Sao Paulo.

$ 100,000 1 April 2014 – 31
March 2015
Brazil
Trust for the
Americas/ Organization of American States (OAS)*
Direct Assistance to
Reformers in Government
Democratic Innovation
in the 21st Century

To
hire a consultant to provide strategic advice, analysis and
recommendations to Secretary General Almagro and leadership on
how the OAS and its member states can promote democratic
reforms and practices that respond to the realities,
expectations and needs of 21st century societies.

$94,960 1 January 2015 – 31
December 2016
Regional

Organization

Approach

Grant
or Consultancy Name

Description

Amount

Period

Geography
of Work

 

*General
reserve fund request: RF143

**
A percentage came from Shared framework reserve fund request: RF71

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