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Radio host Aaron Klein

New York’s WABC Radio host Aaron Klein has accused seasoned radical activists and organizations of being behind the Occupy Wall Street protests and has invited those very activists, including billionaire George Soros himself, on his program to explain their ties to the anti-capitalist movement.

On his radio show and in his WND reporting, Klein has documented how those radicals are allegedly helping to direct the Occupy movement.

Klein is dedicating his entire program next week to interviewing the activists in question. “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” is broadcast Sundays, 2-4 p.m. Eastern Time.

“Red Army: The Radical Network that must be defeated to save America” exposes the extremists behind Occupy Wall Street along with the radical socialist network that seized political power in Washington over decades, shaped Obama’s presidential agenda and threatens the very future of the U.S.

Interview requests were sent out over a week ago. However, with the exception of Soros, whose spokesman said the billionaire will not be available, none of the requests were returned.

On his show today, Klein publicly challenged the activists to appear on next week’s program to face questions about their ties to the Occupy movement.

“The public deserves answers,” said Klein. “I am giving these professional activists an opportunity to convince us the Occupy movement is truly spontaneous and that they aren’t behind the agitation.”

The following activists and groups have been invited to Klein’s show:

  • The editors of Adbusters Magazine: Funded by the heavily Soros-financed Tides center, Adbusters is reported to have come up with the Occupy Wall Street idea after “Arab Spring” protests toppled governments in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia.
  • The Tides Center: The group has multiple major ties to the Occupy movement. Aside from Adbusters, whose website is a central hub for Occupy planning, the group funds MoveOn.org and is partnered with Fenton Communications, which reportedly represented Occupy Wall Street’s march past millionaires’ homes last month.
  • Moveon.org: WND first reported MoveOn.org is planning to launch a protest movement of its own to complement the Occupy Wall Street momentum with the stated goal of “make[ing] Wall Street pay” and rebuilding the entire U.S. financial system.
  • David Fenton, president of Fenton Communications: Fenton serves on the board of numerous Tides-funded groups, while his firm represents more than 30 Tides Center grantees, as well as Soros himself and the billionaire’s Open Society Institute. Fenton helped to craft Moveon.org’s attacks on Gen. David Petraeus.
  • Stephen Lerner of SEIU: As WND was first to report, the tactic of blocking bridges, already used by Occupy Wall Street to hold up the Brooklyn Bridge last month, was institutionalized by Lerner, who has been training unions on how to use the economic crisis to agitate a new financial downfall for the U.S.
  • Heather Booth, founder of the Midwest Academy: Booth has also been training unions recently on how to use the financial crisis. Citizen Action of Wisconsin, an arm of Booth’s Midwest Academy, is part of the Moving Wisconsin Forward movement, one of the main organizers of the major Wisconsin protests in February, as WND first reported.

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