Thanks to the 'hacking' of Soros emails....and other sources of info, here's what we know Soros promotes and encourages--
"HACKERS RAT OUT RECIPIENTS OF SOROSS MONEY AMONG ‘INDEPENDENT’ UKRAINIAN JOURNALISTS
The Soros Foundation’s documents, relating to Ukrainian journalists and media centers, were published online by hackers.
Hackers published online the Soros Foundation’s documents, relating to Ukraine. The documents are available on the website DCLeaks.com.
The documents include lists of issuing grants to journalists and media centers. In particular, it offered to pay for the work of about a hundred journalists, who would cover the news of Crimea and eastern Ukraine.
One of the documents noted that with the help of grants and technical assistance the funding would be about US $500,000 per year. Such information portals as Krym.Realii and Hromadske TV are listed among the recipients."
On Pope Francis:
"I Dream of a Europe Where Being a Migrant Is Not a
Crime”—Pope Francis: Pope Francis called today for Europe to adopt more welcoming policies toward migrants
and lamented what he called the Continent’s declining spirit of unity, maintaining pressure on the EU at a
ceremony attended by several top European leaders. “I dream of a Europe where being a migrant is not a crime but
a summons to greater commitment on behalf of the dignity of every human being,” he said.
"“The identity of Europe is, and always has been, a dynamic and multicultural identity,” the pope said. “It
is not enough simply to settle individuals geographically: the challenge is that of a profound
http://docs.google.com/viewerng/viewer? ... 52016.docx
And of course Soros and his MSM puppets tells us what is 'right'-
"The Washington Post: While others turn Syrian refugees away, Canadians take them home
As many as 10,000 of the 26,000 Syrians in Canada are being privately sponsored by groups of regular
Canadians—a dog-walking group, a book club, a choir, officemates, block associations.
Young families offer up basement apartments and retirees donate housewares from the attic. Resettling
refugees has become a national project. “I have absolutely never seen anything like this in my
entire career in the public service,” says Sarita Bhatla, Canada’s director of refugees.
In the borderless era of Facebook fundraising, US citizens interested in sponsoring Syrian refugees have
been donating money to Canadian groups. Watching Canada, refugee advocates wonder: What if
there was a mechanism to translate these offers of help into direct action? Could the ability of regular people
to take action inject goodwill throughout the society?"
We made need ANOTHER wall.