Billionaire liberal George Soros illegally spent $6 million to defeat candidates supported by “populists” and conservative candidates in elections in one year.
But this wasn’t in America. Soros has launched an effort to stop candidates like President Donald Trump around the world.
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This $6 million in electioneering covers only one year, 2014, and only in elections for the European Parliament.
And the shadowy billionaire paid every penny of these millions from his tax-exempt “charity,” which is not supposed to dabble in politics.
Leaked documents show that Soros funneled the money in order to shut out candidates who represent the people, not the powerful. Documents marked “confidential” say the funds came through the Open Society Initiative for Europe.
“The next EU elections might also bring more populists and extremists into the European Parliament, which could undermine all our achievements to date,” the documents worried.
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Of course, George Soros’ idea of an “extremist” is anyone who opposes a globalist, one world government run by… well, fat cats like George Soros.
And make no mistake about it: Soros spent this money to buy the election result he wanted.
The OSF paid $46,840 to one “non-profit” group to “stimulate public support and election turnout among ambivalent voters in order to prevent the election of xenophobic, racist, and other radical political options representing Croatia at the EU level.”
Xenophic? Racist? How deplorable.
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Another $100,000 grant said that Soros wanted the money to “counter the election” of “populist and far-right” politicians. It doesn’t get much clearer than that.
Soros wants a strong European Union to help pave the way for a New World Order, a government so huge and so far away from the people that only billionaires, like him, have any influence.
A new lawsuit reveals that, once George Soros has his hooks in a candidate, he treats them like puppets.
That includes figures in Africa, and it includes former President Barack Obama.
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Benny Steinmetz sued Soros after his mining company lost the right to develop a mine in the African nation of Guinea to Soros. According to Steinmetz, Soros used his huge money and bought-off organizations to get his way.
“His controlled entities puppeteered the government of Guinea, misled other elected officials and governmental entities — including President Obama,” it says.
At last, the truth comes out.
Steinmetz also calls Soros a “racketeer billionaire” who has “utter disregard for the rule of law.”
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Soros feels like he needs to spend big dollars in Europe because of populist politicians who would drive him right out of the seat of power. And one European figure must have him shaking in his boots more than anyone else.
The prime minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban, has gone all out to try to cut off Soros’ Big Money machine.
He passed a bill that would close a university Soros opened specifically to indoctrinate the next generation in his globalist propaganda. The Central European University, located in Budapest, would be shut down under a bill Orban supports.
That caused Soros to hire hundreds of people to protest in the streets and call him a racist and xenophobic dictator.
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Orban is anything but a George Soros puppet. He won on a nationalist platform and a promise to put Hungary first.
He wants to close off the border to prevent Muslim “refugees” – that is, would-be jihadists – from terrorizing his people.
He even opened an office in his government just to protest the persecution of Christians – including those persecuted in Europe, by the EU.
George Soros can’t afford another Viktor Orban or Donald Trump. But he can afford to try to buy the government right out from underneath them. The Horn’s patriotic readers have to make sure he doesn’t succeed.
— The Horn editorial team