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Why Are George Soros’ Marxists Targeting Peter Munk & Barrick Gold?

Peter Munk, Head of Barrick Gold

It was just over a month ago when I first approached the subject of Barrick Gold. I wrote a story about how Sakura Saunders had told a couple of my sources that ProtestBarrick.net had got funding through the TIDES Foundation’s money laundering facility, and how there was a potential that George Soros was using them to affect their stock value

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Get Your Waffle On At The House Of International Socialists!

This is quite possibly the most important story I’ve ever written…

Here’s an interesting video from 1969- just before the NDP convention, with a group of politicos self-identified as The Waffle. Notice the participants include (associate of Judy Rebick) Ed Broadbent, and a union leader! One can sense here the ‘usual suspects’ behind the Canadian Occupy movement…

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Open Letter to Sakura Saunders

Dear Sakura,

I heard you talking at today’s GA- you wern’t very nice to me I must say. And, you made a lot of ad-hominem accusations about me- but not a single one of them was backed with something tangible.

What’s up with that Sakura?

You also said that my article about Barrick Gold was ‘full of lies’. Can you please quantify what those ‘lies’ were? If I got something wrong, I’d like to make a correction.

Or, were you full of it?

Oh, and is it true that your father is a banker? And, is he as rich and successful as Antonin’s dad?

Greg Renouf

ProtestBarrick.Net: An Example of How Soros Could Profit From Activism

Today I’m going take a momentary break from discussing the Robocall rallies and will shift into a different discussion about George Soros & the TIDES foundation–  a look into how Soros could make large profits from the activities of environmental activists!

Cashflow for Soros/TIDES Foundation Money Laundering

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Why The Occupy Movement Should Be Concerned About George Soros…

It never ceases to amaze me how often I hear people inside of the Occupy movement defending George Soros- truly, it blows my mind. This happened to me twice this week- first, on Wednesday, when @OccupyBayStreet told me “it won’t make you popular to be criticise people for being funded by Soros”, and another time today when Mathew Kagis (seal clubber) wrote that I was ‘paranoid’ for discussing Soros.  Say What?

Considering all of the (unexpected) kick-back over my writing about Soros, I’ve decided to clarify my position by explaining why I believe the Occupy Movement should be concerned about him:

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