REPORT: American multimillionaire couple fund Marxist group coordinating anti-Israel protests

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A multimillionaire tech mogul and his wife are helping to bankroll groups behind pro-Palestinian protests that have occurred in the wake of the Oct. 7 terror attack by Hamas on Israel.

Neville Roy Singham, a U.S.-born entrepreneur who made millions after founding and selling an IT consulting firm called Thoughtworks, and his wife Jodie Evans, the co-founder of left-wing anti-war group Code Pink, have been the primary funders of a group called The People’s Forum since 2017, according to a report by The Free Press’s Francesca Block. The group bills itself as a “movement incubator for working class and marginalized communities” and “nurtures the next generation of visionaries and organizers who believe that through collective action a new world is possible.”

The People’s Forum has played a role in organizing several pro-Palestine protests since Hamas’ attack on Oct. 7 in which the terror group’s members killed at least 1,200 Israelis and took over 200 hostages from Southern Israel into Gaza.

The report notes that even on the day of the horrific attack by Hamas in Israel, on Oct. 7, instead of condemning the massacre, Code Pink posted on social media demanding an end to “US aid to the Zionist occupation” and posted images with the caption, “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free,” which translates to the elimination of Israel.

CodePink touted in a social media post on Friday, “Yesterday, the world mobilized for Palestine with over 300 actions shutting it down for Palestine internationally. ‼️ The momentum continues to build! 🗓️ One-week from today, Friday, November 17th, the world will #ShutItDown4Palestine once again.”

Code Pink also took responsibility for a major protest that occurred in San Francisco on Wednesday.

“NOW: We’re in the streets with the Bay Area Climate Justice Affinity Group to block the entrance to the APEC CEO Summit happening today. The people and planet need peace!” they wrote.

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