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Delingpole: Exposed? Soros on List of Mega-Rich Extinction Rebellion Backers

August 3, 2019

By Paul Homewood



Dellers has followed up on the XR funders story:


An anonymous source claims to have extracted lots of documents from Extinction Rebellion’s computer database and has put them up online.

The documents, if genuine, seem to have been exposed through carelessness on the part of Extinction Rebellion, not a computer hack. Anyway, Paul Homewood has been filleting some of the best bits and here is what he has found.

If verified, this confirms Extinction Rebellion is disturbingly flush and well-funded: over £1 million raised this year, half of it still unspent, according to the documents.

Major donors are said to include — inevitably — George Soros; Vivienne Westwood’s son Joe Corre (the saucy underwear and dildo tycoon, worth $48 million); the European Climate Foundation (which funnels money from far-left American philanthropic foundations to European climate projects); Greenpeace; the far-left Tides Foundation; and a little known Swiss asset management company, called Furka Holdings, founded by a banker with Russian links, which gave £50,000.

Another of their previously revealed donors is the popular beat combo Radiohead.

Here are some of things that the eco-fascist protest group has achieved for its sponsors so far:

  • Prevented a man from saying goodbye to his dying father because their roadblock prevented him getting to hospital in time.
  • Exposed the police to ridicule after one officer was filmed skateboarding to show how down with the green kidz he was during a protest at which Extinction Rebellion had blocked an entire London bridge by turning it into a mini-Glastonbury.
  • Cost the taxpayer at least£16 million for extra policing, plus untold millions more for the cost of dealing with the 1200 Extinction Rebellion activists arrested in 11 days of protests.
  • Threatened to ruin the summer holidays of thousands of travellers with a plan (happily nixed) to use drones to shut down Heathrow Airport.
  • Cost London businesses upwards of £12 million in lost revenues.

Short of actually killing someone – they claim to be non-violent, though let’s see how long that one lasts – it’s hard to imagine what Extinction Rebellion could do that they haven’t done already to show what very nasty pieces of work they are.

So why would anyone wish to give such a wickedly unpleasant organisation money?


Read the full story here.

  1. MrGrimNasty permalink
    August 3, 2019 9:08 pm

    The government needs to get a grip fast.
    The definition of a terrorist organisation may need a slight tweak in law.
    But the sooner XR are added to the list of outlawed organisations, the better.

    Until then there are charges that could be laid against the leaders – blackmail (their actions are intended to cause others a loss) and incitement/encouragement to commit various crimes – their group actions are way beyond the lawful right to peaceful protest.

    • TomO permalink
      August 3, 2019 9:20 pm

      You can make a safe bet that spooks are also well into XR …. I wonder if only male plods who’ve had vasectomies are allowed to participate?

      • MrGrimNasty permalink
        August 3, 2019 11:16 pm

        Emma Thompson…. Emma Thompson….. Emma Thompson…..

        Passion killed.

    • August 4, 2019 10:55 am

      The proscription criteria of a terrorist organisation is as follows:

      ##“Terrorism” as defined in the Act, means the use or threat of action which: involves serious
      violence against a person; involves serious damage to property; endangers a person’s life
      (other than that of the person committing the act); creates a serious risk to the health or
      safety of the public or section of the public; or is designed seriously to interfere with or
      seriously to disrupt an electronic system. The use or threat of such action must be designed
      to influence the government or an international governmental organisation or to intimidate
      the public or a section of the public, and must be undertaken for the purpose of advancing a
      political, religious, racial or ideological cause.##

      XR might meet the criterion of endangering a person’s life – however, they will argue that by flying drones at 6′ there is no danger of collision and hence no endangerment of life. (But if there is no risk of collision, why close the airspace… there appears to be a threat of a risk of collision based on the airport’s response.)

      Conspiracy to commit an offence might include those training the drone pilots, planning the raid in advance… and funding it (e.g. by purchasing drones).

      One would hope our own constabulary found this trove before it was released, if it was that easy to come by.

  2. HotScot permalink
    August 3, 2019 9:57 pm

    XR and their founding/associate organisations have not excluded the possibility of killing people.

    The recent report by a former head of the Met’s Terrorism unit revealed this as one of XR’s options.

  3. Garry S permalink
    August 3, 2019 10:24 pm

    I wish people would quit it with this ‘non-violent’ bullshit. Let me come down to your grandparents and climb on their car, block their drive, cement myself into devices to block them into their homes for 8-10 hours. Then after that I’m going to put literature through their neighbour’s doors telling them that your grandparents are trying to kill everyone and poison everyone’s children. This is what XR, or environmental activists, or the anti-fracking groups etc are doing to companies and staff all over the country and they call it all ‘non violent’ just because they limit it to when people are at work – apart from when they shut down cities, but still holding up the signs saying that people working in industries they don’t like are literally murders, committing genocide, and are trying to kill people’s kids.

    Can you imagine if this was a political organisation that held the same dislike of Islam or Judaism and did all that outside a Mosque or Synagogue?

    If the only thing that is ‘non-violent’ is that they’re not walking up to people and punching them in the face then that’s bullshit. Fine, they’re not physically assaulting people (I’ve seen them do it to security staff though, and 2 seconds later be on facebook screaming police assault for being pepper-sprayed even though a minute before they were on top of a security guard, pinning him down, and punching him). But ‘violence’ doesn’t need to just be physical and if women can suffer domestic violence without ever being physically assaulted and children can be reduced to a near-suicidal state without ever being physically assaulted and the schools still treat that very seriously then I think one of the things that is wrong here is that the activists are the ones defining when they are non-violent and it isn’t their victims. Since when do we normally let the perpetrators of crimes define when they are right or wrong as opposed to their victims?

  4. Athelstan. permalink
    August 3, 2019 11:34 pm

    Of course! Extinction-sandinistas want to kill people, genocide has always been ‘legit’ policy in the Marxists an of their year zero manifestos, just ask Stalin, Mao, the dear leaders of NK, Venezuela, Pol Pot and the Khmer rouge………………………..

    Do think on, think hard and reject ER, it’s a terrorist organization if ever there was one.

  5. August 4, 2019 9:30 am

    Reblogged this on Climate- Science.

  6. dennisambler permalink
    August 4, 2019 11:02 am

    Soros has certainly funded much of the anti-Brexit manouevres of Best for Britain,

    BfB is led by former UN apparatchik, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, who used to work for Soros and is Vice chair of this international group on whose board Soros and his son are members.

    XR co-founder Gail Bradbrooke only pretended to have glued herself to DoE:

    “Gail Bradbrook has spent the past 18 years on the pay-roll of charities, NGOs and political ‘think-tanks’ (like the Blairite/New Labour IPPR), being funded by J. P. Morgan Chase (which happens to be the UN’s bank), BT, Shell, Microsoft, CISCO, Panasonic, Goldman Sachs, BAE Systems, NEON Communications (whose ‘Director of Global Sales’, Lord Anthony Tudor St John, is heavily invested in 5G technology and also sits as trustee of Citizens Online), IBM, Unilever, N. M. Rothschild & Sons … you name it: the whole ‘in the club’ of corporate funny-handshake hegemony – to give ‘independent advice’ to government and help develop government strategies, policies and to define their objectives.”

    “Gail’s career as ‘professional activist’ begins at Business in the Community, one of the Prince’s Charities. BITC describes itself as “the leading authority on corporate community involvement in the UK” and a “business-led membership organisation made up of progressive businesses”.

    Corporate talking heads from tip-to-stern, with a heavy focus on finance, digital-identification and the tech/data industries. Remarkable how so few notice the similarities between the rhetoric of the world’s industrial-financial elites (the Davos, globalist types), the UN, and that of certain factions within so-called ‘radical environmental’ groups.

    If they can get away with this, then it’s no wonder they’re able to convince people to march, willingly and passionately, for having their breathing taxed and driving people further into fuel poverty.

    Brave New World Order
    Should you be unable to decipher all of the newspeak waffle on their website, or decode the many subtle allusions to carbon rationing, eugenics, and bringing about Huxley’s technocratic Brave New World, then you’re in luck, for Business in the Community have recently published their ‘Agenda for the UK’, entitled…A Brave New World Report!”

  7. August 4, 2019 11:06 am

    With billions invested in subsidy farms its not rocket science to understand why XR is getting lavish funding.

  8. August 4, 2019 11:12 am

    Intimidating politicians into caving in to all their crackpot demands is the name of the game. Then if/when they do, even more of the same can be wheeled out, ad infinitum.

  9. August 4, 2019 11:58 am

    The extinction rebellion fools blame us for causing climate change, but they have never read the article in basic astronomy, planet earth goes through a long cycle of Procession and it’s about 26,800 years, the earth’s angle of axis changes during the cycle and its about 7 degrees, and as the angle changes the path of the sun across our skies changes ie. Temperatures in areas where it is usually colder will get warmer, and temperatures in areas where it is usually warmer will get colder, and also during the cycle the gravitational pull of the sun and moon effects the earth’s crust and of course more earthquakes, tidal activity, volcanic activity and under sea volcanic activity are all part of the Procession of earth, extinction rebellion bunch think that England is a planet of its own, England is doing a great lot of work to better our air quality, and the rest of the world has to do the same because their pollution drifts into the atmosphere and carried into the jet stream and we all are effected, did all the extinction rebellion bunch walk to their demonstrating areas, NO they obviously don’t have to go to work and travel by buses, trains, cars, motorcycles, what planet are they on, send them to Russia, China, India, Hong Kong, Korea, and the rest and see how many return after their prison sentence.

  10. saparonia permalink
    August 4, 2019 12:44 pm

    I’m not in the least surprised to read who is funding this movement. It sprang up too quickly to be true. My heart bleeds for the young people who are being manipulated and following a lie. When eventually along this path, and all of them are within spitting distance of a nuclear plant, they will be devastated realising it was a lie.
    One thing I want to mention is your use of “anarchy” in it’s Newspeak sense, rather than it’s true meaning of peaceful co-operation.

  11. August 4, 2019 1:04 pm

    An excellent interview this year by Mike Huckabee of Dr. Patrick Moore, one of the founders of Greenpeace. He is no longer with the organization and is calling out the climate hoax. Moore has a PhD in ecology. Rev. Huckabee is the former governor of Arkansas and the father of Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

    • HotScot permalink
      August 4, 2019 9:30 pm


      At least there is some mainstream representation out there.

  12. John permalink
    August 4, 2019 6:57 pm

    It is well established by science that climate change is a result of human activity and will lead to a complete breakdown of society. Already it is causing mass distuption in certain parts of the world creating refugees. Here in the UK people in Derby are being moved from there homes due to flooding caused by climate change which climate change was also responsible for the recent disruption on the rail network . So when people complain about the disruption caused by Extinction Rebellion they need to look at the disruption that climate change is already causing and what it will cause in the future. Extinction Rebellion are taking direct action because trad forms of protest are not working .

    • August 4, 2019 8:57 pm

      Please grow up!

    • HotScot permalink
      August 4, 2019 9:37 pm

      Welcome John, please stay and continue to contribute to this site.

      The only thing I think any of us would ask is that you approach it with an open mind. So far, you have not exhibited that.

      Paul has kindly presented some articles on the recent flooding in Derby and demonstrated by scientific means why these floods are nothing to do with climate change but merely local weather phenomena.

      And if you pause and think about it for just a moment, I’m sure you will agree that if it were climate change causing these floods, why is every other town in the UK, the EU, the US, Russia, South America, Eurasia and Australasia not suffering the same catastrophes Derby is right now?

      You might have an explanation for it which will enlighten us all, and we’d be very interested to read it.

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