Popular among conspiracy theorists and those praised with multiple personalities, the affably affluent George Soros is the villainous nexus of a massive social engineering project. As pathological as those obsessed in their belief that the unjust rules defining the universe are somehow a consequence of Donald Trump’s mere existence, individuals continuously lambasting the hedge fund manager turned billionaire self-proclaimed shogun in explaining every domestic indiscretion, may finally be getting some sorely needed new material. The insufferable and incoherent rants may at least be silenced for a New York minute, in suppressing the incessant babbling and tiresome rhetoric.
Coincidence resulted in the wavering discovering of an upgraded onus for an array of societal plights, as enter from stage left tycoon and curiously fortunate entrepreneur Alan Patricof. In SAT logical imperative fun if Soros is the original face of the environmental movement, Patricof embodies phase shift of the Democratic party to extremism during the Clinton administration. At this juncture the parallels between the two are plentiful, as their collective footprints are intertwined into the entire realm of modern activism, through a countless and confusing expanse of corporations, boards, and non-profit organizations. Not only do they share lucrative exploits, but the pair are ardent supporters of activism transformed into rioting, but an affinity for progressive-laden politics, aimed at targeting the foundation of the Republic.
Patricof earned his fortune and influence, not through scoring on a hedge fund like Soros, but generating funding for venture capital. He founded Patricof & Co. and MMG in 1969, becoming one of the first pioneers to implement the novel business model in raising seed money to launch companies. Riding the success of early investments in Apple, American Online, and Home Depot, his firm eventually merged with two other organizations culminating in the current monster of Apax Partners, which is collectively responsible in securing over $51 billion dollars for birthing corporations.
Particof’s and colleague’s wild ascension to fiscal elite, opened by subsequent opportunities to play politics, and opportunity which the individuals jumped at. As a known endorser of liberal lawmakers and a leftist ideology, Particof acquired grassroots funding platform Everyaction.com in April of 2021. This is where things get beyond interesting.
The website offers automation and powerful AI solutions for non-profit organizations, collaborating what appears to be exclusively leftist concerns, including Brady and Everytown for Gun Safety. A serious inquiry was made by a partner of Libertyparkpress.com for securing the services of Everyaction, a request which was brusquely rebuked by an account executive in stating that the company “does not work with gun rights organizations”.
Logical fallacy aside, as the pair of aforementioned bastions for gun control activists are account holders, businesses have the right to refuse service to anyone. Though in the case of Particof’s subsidiary, the powers that be brands the website as an inclusive destination for a diverse array of political causes and charitable organizations. Instead, the company hosts a slew of leading liberal bastions, supported by an abundance of cash. The sobering reality is manifested by the incredulous culture on the left spectrum bred by platitudes, and the antithesis to open-mindedness, an idea that constantly floods the collective conscience, like an impact sprinkler head spastically shooting out jets of water. This seems to be the case with the majority of modern Democratic dogma perpetuated through hypocrisy, as the meanings of words are continuously altered to forward a specific agenda. In the case of Everyaction, the applications of inclusive and exclusive are combined in forging a convenient scenario conducive to reactionary ideology.
Ironically, Everyaction is the parent company of NGP Van, which is the logistical headquarters for the digital operations, voter database, and statistical analysis of the Democratic party. Following the trail of cash facilitated by Particof through a maze of businesses, the company was absorbed by Everyaction in 2014, and was adopted into the Apax family last year.
While Apax Partners is a slam dunk for a prominent listing on the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) anti-guns business listings in alerting consumers to companies who clamor for firearms restrictions, Patricof’s impressively dubious ledger of providing the financial ammunition in spearheading aggressive Democratic campaigns will continue pervade as a facilitator for illogical propaganda and policy. Unfortunately, money doesn’t just talk when applied to ideology, but emits a primal scream that can be heard in every corner of the nation, and with the majority of the tech world intolerant of any perspectives right of center, the arduous battle in preserving basic freedoms and liberties drags on.
For the sake of intellectual curiosity in staunching repetition and exhibiting original thought, at least Conservative word warriors now have an additional outlet for their well-deserved angst and fresh content to entertain in untangling the web of Apax partners. Hopefully, this sparks a universal frenzy of research where truth and transparency are pursued in holding Patrifoc and his subordinates accountable, as they possess limitless legal resources and use elected officials as pawns in a reprehensible scenario similar to the tech realm, and are essentially above the law. While defeating an organism comfortably cunning within a self-constructed ecosystem is improbable, a nano-fiber fissure in the armor exists, though the odds of identifying the diminutive blemish require all the powers of deduction and an equal magnitude of luck.
Though the clock is ticking in the wrong direction, the midterm elections could not arrive soon enough as the will of Soros, Zuckerberg, and now Patricof, could be nullified by checks and balances in the absence of a formidable amount of dollars.