Soros’ Global Influence

 

Just some examples of George Soros’ network of influence.

Unlike the mad ‘Russian collusion’ conspiracies being peddled by the tinfoil hat wearers, there is real and documented evidence of billionaire George Soros’ global influence which gets virtually no coverage outside of the new media (funny that!).

Did you know that Soros met with Juncker and other top EU officials several times over the summer?

Brussels were agitated that Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán, had hit out at Soros constantly undermining democratically elected governments by using his vast wealth to obtain meetings with world leaders and influence them – so naturally, Juncker had him round for tea.

Eurocrats didn’t just meet Soros once, they met him three times, at his insistence, on 27 April, 31 May and 1 June 2017.

As this video demonstrates, Juncker’s meeting with Soros was behind closed doors, with no questions allowed after.

According to the answer of a Parliamentary question, they discussed “the proposed Hungarian law on non-governmental organisations, the future of the EU’s economic and monetary union post-Brexit, including Eurozone governance, broader questions around the future of Europe debate, and the refugee crisis”.

In his 1987 book ‘The Alchemy of Finance’, Soros wrote: “I admit that I have always harbored an exaggerated view of self-importance – to put it bluntly, I fancied myself as some kind of god…

The Hungarians know this all too well, and have actively campaigned against him, even erecting billboards across the country with his face on.

Israel backed the poster campaign, saying the government’s criticisms of Soros were “entirely legitimate.”

The Hungarian government has consistently hit out at the “Soros plan”, even sending a consultation letter to every household asking whether they supported their position in taking on Soros and those who subscribe to his plan.

During the Arab Spring, which saw governments topples across Egypt, Libya and Syria (among others) which led to the establishment of the Islamic State, Soros was quoted as saying: “A lot of positive things are happening. I see Africa together with the Arab Spring as areas of progress. The Arab Spring was a revolutionary development.”

Last year, dcleaks.com released more than 2,500 private files from Soros’ Open Society Foundations containing evidence that Soros had given money to anti-Israel and pro-Islamist organisations which praise Sharia law and Islamist groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood.

Open Society Foundations didn’t only fund groups abroad, they fund Britain’s own ‘Hope not Hate’ group.

Full article: Soros’ Global Influence (Westmonster)

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