The Washington Times - November 16, 2011, 09:58PM

Leftist radicals are promising a November 17 to remember. The Occupy movement and other extremist groups are planning dozens of disruptive demonstrations across the country. And you can thank George Soros for it.

The web site was registered by Natalie Foster of the Movement Strategy Center, 436 14th St, Suite 500, Oakland, CA 94612, phone number (510) 444-0640. The Movement Strategy Center, established by Soros-connected Taj James, received $800,001.00 from Soros’ Open Society Institute in 2011. It is located at the same address as the Soros-funded Center for Media Justice, “a dynamic communications strategy and media policy tank for grassroots organizations serving communities of color and America’s poor.”


The contact email for the web site is Rebuild the Dream is led by former White House “green jobs” czar Van Jones, who was forced out in September 2009. Jones had a strong radical background, but was finally let go after it was revealed that in 2004 he had signed a petition from the group that questioned whether members of the George W. Bush administration “may indeed have deliberately allowed 9/11 to happen, perhaps as a pretext for war.”  Rebuild the Dream has been a major promoter of the “Occupy” movement, and also receives funding from Soros. Van Jones has received major grants of Soros money for years under different fronts.

Incidentally the web site was registered October 1, 2011, so this disruption plan has been in the works for awhile and is not just a response to the OWS eviction from Zuccotti Park. It is ironic that the “99%” are simply pawns in a billionaire’s insidious game.

So when you are stuck in traffic because hippies are blocking a bridge, or being kept awake by incessant drumming, or if radicals follow through on their incomprehensible threat to firebomb Macy’s, you know who is responsible.