MSM & Banksters Donate to Obama Propaganda Non-Profit

MSM & Banksters Donate to Obama Propaganda Non-Profit

susanne_posel_news_ Organizing-for-Access-video-stillSusanne Posel
Occupy Corporatism
July 15, 2013




Organizing for Action (OFA), President Obama’s propaganda machine has collected $8.2 million to fund more social control of the American public.

Two of the top donors to OFA are Fred Eychaner , president and chief executive officer of Rupert Murdoch-owned news Corp and David Shaw, executive of the Black Point Group , former founder and CEO of a pharmaceutical corporation who currently works for a technocratic investment firm.

Amy Goldman, New York philanthropist leader of the Amy P. Goldman Foundation and trustee of the Lillian Goldman Charitable Trust who is the chair of the Center for Jewish History, contributed $1 million to help Obama spread controlling viewpoints.

In fact, OFA has an average of 3,700 donors who contribute $250 or more to the “cause”.

OFA claims that they do not accept corporate donations; however donors mentioned are clearly working for corporations.

The Obama administration awards those who give exorbitant amounts in donations to his Organizing For Action (OFA), Obama’s non-profit propaganda machine. They become US ambassadors.

John Emerson, investment executive will become the next ambassador to Germany.

James Costos, executive for the Home Box Office (HBO) Corporation has been upgraded to ambassador to Spain.

Chad Griffin, president of the Human Rights Campaign said of Costos: “Ambassador-designate James Costos is a true citizen of the world. He has incredible global business experience and is a respected and innovative leader. He has solid business and political relationships at the highest levels and a proven commitment to community, philanthropy, human rights, and democracy that make him an outstanding choice to be the nation’s next Ambassador to Spain.”

Rufus Gifford, director of finance operation for the Obama campaign has a new title – ambassador to Denmark.

Ken Hacket, former president of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has been dominated as the ambassador to the Holy See.

Department of State employees who have given large amounts to OFA have also been elevated to ambassador status: Patric Haslach is now the ambassador to Ethiopia and Liliana Ayalde is to be the ambassador to Brazil.

Regarding his new ambassadors, Obama said : “It gives me great confidence that such dedicated and capable individuals have agreed to join this Administration to serve the American people. I look forward to working with them in the months and years to come.”

The Obama administration has used contests and receptions for activists to encourage big donors to give their cash. Michael Jordan, former NBA basketball player has participated in these coercive efforts to elicit money from private sector millionaires.

George Clooney was offered up to the financial supporters a “win a date with Clooney” contest. According to OFA, if a donation of at least $3 is made, that individual is “automatically entered to win two seats at George Clooney’s reception with President Obama.”

Earlier this year, Obama set up OFA to coerce the American populace to support his agendas. Through local chapters strategically placed throughout the country, OFA will train volunteers to rally their local elected officials and state senate leaders to back Obama’s push for certain legislation; such as gun control laws, public education, Obamacare, environmental issues, renewable sources of energy and immigration reform.

OFA will devise a “plan for 2013” by conducting meetings to conceptualize how best to use their “grassroots” organization to vie for the Obama administration.

OFA is focused on “organizing for Action will support the legislative agenda we voted on, train the next generation of grassroots organizers and leaders, and organize around local issues in our communities.”

At their disposal is data collected on Obama supporters from two previous campaigns and a call to citizens to lead a fake grassroots effort that is not confined by the restrictions on Capital Hill.

Jim Messina, chair of OFA and former 2012 campaign manager, explains: “We’ll work on the key battles of our generation, train the next generation of grassroots organizers and leaders, and organize around local issues in our own communities. We’ll continue to support the President in creating jobs and growing the economy from the middle out, and in fighting for issues like immigration reform, climate change, balanced deficit reduction, and reducing gun violence.”

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