In a Daily Mail article George Soros whines about ‘toxic, personal criticism’ as he defends “his right to donate hundreds of thousands of pounds to a pro-European Union campaign aimed at stopping the U.K. leaving the political and economic bloc.” He ” dismissed accusations that his actions were “undermining democracy,” reported NBC News.
Soros goes on about democracy but wants to ignore the vote in Britain.
He argued [Lord Lamont] that international donors such as billionaire financier Mr Soros should ‘keep away’ while the deal that will implement Britain’s Brexit decision is worked out.
Lord Lamont also criticised Tory MPs for supporting a pro-EU parliamentary group funded by the Best for Britain group, which wants to stop Brexit.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on EU Relations is co-chaired by Remain backer Anna Soubry and its aims have been supported by other MPs.
The APPG has been supported to the tune of up to £21,000 by Best for Britain, a group which is seeking a second referendum or a general election. The group admits its campaign for a new referendum could cause Theresa May’s government to fall.
Best of Britain has, in turn, been pledged almost £400,000 from Mr Soros, the international financier known as ‘the man who broke the Bank of England’ for his actions in 1992 when the UK crashed out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism. Lord Lamont said: ‘Conservative Remainers say they don’t want to overturn the referendum result, but they seem to be financed by people who do.’
Mr Soros has pledged a total of more than £700,000 to groups working to water down or block Brexit. DailyMail
Soros thinks he knows best.
Author and sociologist Frank Furedi claims globalist activists working for billionaire financier George Soros bragged about toppling governments at a private lunch.
A former professor of sociology at the University of Kent in Canterbury, Furedi recounted his experience with the globalist’s “missionaries” in an article for the Telegraph newspaper, having been prompted by the revelations about his efforts to bring down the British government and trigger another EU referendum.
“Soros believes that if the people voted the wrong way, he is entitled to thwart decisions made by them,” Furedi wrote.
“Soros does not believe in the legitimacy of borders nor in the authority of national electorates. Consequently, he feels entitled to influence and if possible direct the political destiny of societies all over the world.”..
“It was later during lunch at a plush Budapest hotel that I encountered the full force of the arrogant ethos promoted by the Soros network of organisations. At my table I listened to Dutch, American, British, Ukrainian and Hungarian representatives of Soros NGOs boast about their achievements. Some claimed that they played a major role in the Arab Spring in Egypt. Others voiced their pride in their contribution to the democratisation of the Ukraine. Some bragged about their influence in preparing the ground for the overthrow of the Gadafif regime in Libya.” BreitBart
George Soros has spent billions in the EU to undermine the nation state. This is where the real international political collusion is. pic.twitter.com/ANXOII7SFY
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) November 14, 2017
Hungary’s nationalist government introduced legislation that would empower the interior minister to ban non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that support migration and pose a “national security risk”
The bill, submitted to parliament late on Tuesday, is a key part of Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s anti-immigration campaign targeting U.S. financier George Soros whose philanthropy aims to bolster liberal and open-border values in eastern Europe.
Hungary and Poland are both under nationalist governments that have clashed with the European Union leadership in Brussels over their perceived authoritarian drift deviating from EU standards on democracy and rule of law.
But Orban’s message, championing conservative Christian beliefs and rejecting multiculturalism, has gone down well with Hungarian voters and his Fidesz party is expected to secure a third straight term in a general election due on April 8. Budapest Reuters