George Soros Pumps $100 MILLION into 'Gender Justice'
Investment helps transgender & 'gender non-conforming people' shape their constitutions
Liberal billionaire George Soros has pumped $100 million into a campaign to promote "gender justice," according to reports.
Soros has dolled out the massive investment through his Open Society Foundations (OSF) organization.
On June 30, OSF announced it would “invest more than $100 million over the next five years in strengthening a range of feminist-led movements and increasing their leadership across a broad range of sectors.”
These “gender justice” sectors vaguely include anything “from politics and the private sector to civil society and government.”
According to OSF, Soros' money will go toward helping “transgender” and “gender non-conforming people” to shape their constitutions.
"The majority of the funding will help strengthen feminist organizations and funds around the world," the announcement also noted.
Soros celebrated the announcement on Twitter, according to News Busters.
He praised the move as “a vital investment in feminist-led movements and gender equity.”
This is a vital investment in feminist-led movements and gender equity. https://t.co/pagk8Hz7UH— George Soros (@georgesoros) July 3, 2021
But the announcement was laced with leftist boilerplate conceptions about gender and sex, giving insight into the leftist ideas Soros is looking to inundate the world with:
Open Society is focused on growing transformative feminist political leadership through explicit investments in initiatives that support more women, transgender, and gender non-conforming people in positions of leadership in politics and governance. [emphasis added]
This includes support for expanding progressive multilateralism and feminist leadership in peace and security.
The announcement for the new investment also used sneaky language to hide its commitment to abortion.
As the announcement stated, “The investments will also boost efforts to ensure that women, girls, transgender, and gender non-conforming communities can make their own decisions about issues affecting their bodies and reproductive health care.” [Emphasis added.]
Open Society Foundations’ Women’s Rights Program Director Kavita Ramdas went as far as to praise her employer’s investment as enabling “transgender” and “gender non-conforming people” to shape their constitutions:
"Open Society’s groundbreaking $100 million investment in feminist organizing and leadership will help ensure that more women, girls, transgender, and gender non-conforming people are able to fully engage and participate in the decision-making that affects their lives—from their homes and schools, to their workplaces and communities, to shaping constitutions and governments."