What do you know about the online petition site Change.org?
According to a December 2014 New York Times article, which was republished at https://www.omidyar.com/news/tech-figures-join-fund-changeorg-petition-site, we find out who finances the popular do-good site.
Moneyed people like Microsoft founder Bill Gates, Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang, Twitter co-founder Evan Williams, Richard Branson (Virgin Airlines), e-Bay co-founder Pierre M. Omidyar and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman, plus others, for a total of about two dozen investors, contributed to backing it.
Despite having a dot-org web suffix, it is a for-profit company. 
Ben Rattray, Change.org’s chief executive officer, had this to say about the company he founded,
The reason we want mission aligned investors with long-term horizons is so we can focus on the product.
What’s their product?
Apparently, it is social engineering! So, what is social engineering, you probably are wondering. Well, there are two definitions according to the Online Dictionary:
- the use of centralized planning in an attempt to manage social change and regulate the future development and behavior of a society.
- (in the context of information security) the use of deception to manipulate individuals into divulging confidential or personal information that may be used for fraudulent purposes.
And then there’s this stated in the NYT article, which prompts a question about how much involvement will Change.org really have in organizing voting platforms, if that is considered an aspect of social engineering?
But petitions are not all that Change.org aspires to organize. Mr. Rattray said he hoped it would also become a platform for organizing voting, fund-raising and more.  [CJF emphasis]
How will those voting platforms be structured and controlled?
Leftist, progressive, fascist, conservative, libertarian, democratic, republican, or purely independent with no-nonsense, “no fake news,” but valid agendas not geared toward the Hegelian Dialectic, or “problem-reaction-solution,” designed by New World Order cabal  controllers for ultimate domination via the UN’s Agenda 2030 .
The mid-term 2018 elections are approaching in November 2018. Should voters be on the lookout for “organized voting” platforms steering them in special directions?
Moreover, who, other than the six-corporation-owned  U.S. media and controlled ‘free press’,
would even think of blaming independent thinkers for questioning if there really are any differences between a “platform for organizing voting” and influencing voting a la the alleged Russian interferences in the 2016 elections. Doesn’t there always seem to be a “bogeyman”?
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This article (Who Funds The Petition Site “Change.org” & Can Funders Money Affect U.S. Elections?) was originally published on Activist Post and syndicated by The Event Chronicle.