In Part I of this series we explored the David Suzuki Foundation’s involvement with Idle No More and how they neglected to disclose their stakeholder status in their letters to Prime Minister Stephen Harper. In Part II, we looked into the background of INM’s webmaster and his connections to a global “revolution industry” that helped bring activist violence back in vogue.
In this instalment we’re going to kick things up a notch and start following the money. It’s a fascinating journey that will introduce many characters familiar to readers of this site, while exposing the money making machine that feeds some of Canada’s most high-profile union/NGO affiliated professional protesters. Join us as we dig deeper into the belly of the beast that’s been corrupting grassroots movements.
The Tools Of The Trade:
If you look at the very bottom of INM’s website you’ll see an advertisement that says “Developed by cStreet Campaigns Created with NationBuilder”- a tagline you’ll also find on the websites of some of Canada’s most prominent radical-left politicians, one prominent American, and fundraising sites that help feed the activities of three of the Love Is The Movement activistocrats.
cStreet is a service provider that manages online campaign and fundraising services for unions, ‘progressive’ politicians, advocacy groups (like Idle No More), and filmmakers- all key players in “the revolution”. cStreet manages the crown jewels of any campaign including contact lists, donor lists, funding details and engagement metrics- the type of information that a union, political campaign, or activist organization would only share with a highly trusted partner.
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