The IGC, a non-government organization that supported the so-called “humanitarian intervention” in Kosovo, was founded by members of the internationalist Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the World Bank. It is funded by governments and corporate foundations. Its advisory board is dominated by Chevron, Shell and other transnational corporations.
George Soros, chairman of the Open Society Institute, sits on the IGC board of trustees. Soros has established foundations in Czechoslovakia, Poland, Yugoslavia, and Russia and is directly implicated in funding pro-EU activists in Ukraine.
– We don’t have hordes of ragheads on our borders. Our biggest enemies are right here, they have white skin and they’re not hiding in a cave on the other side of the world.