Soros Group Sees Migrant Crisis As ‘Opportunity’

Hungarian-born US magnate and philanthropist George Soros attends an economic forum in Colombo on January 7, 2016. Sri Lankas new government is trying to woo investors after a year in office. AFP PHOTO / LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI / AFP / LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI        (Photo credit should read LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI/AFP/Getty Images)
A paper leaked from the Open Society Foundation claims that the European migrant crisis is an opportunity for the foundation to reform migration laws and raise more money from donors. A leaked paper entitled “Migration Governance and Enforcement Portfolio Review,” authored by Open Society employees Anna Crowley and Kate Rosin shows that the foundation sees great opportunity in the European migrant crisis to raise money and push their pro-migrant agenda. The document is one of the most recently created of the leaks, having been written in May of this year and sheds light as to how the organization, which has been linked to promoting Somali migrants and funding anti-police organizations like Black Live Matter, views the migrant crisis. The paper breaks down three main topics relating to migration. The first is the fact that the Open Society Foundation (OSF) has been successful in helping to shape migration policy in Europe. The authors brag about their funding of the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) claiming that their money and funding allowed it to be more independent of the governments it advises. The MPI directly advises the European Union on matters of migration policy and the OSF gave them 2.2 million dollars in 2015. The second