The Nazi communist behind most of the world’s problems right now, the one who broke the Bank of England, the one who assisted the Nazis in WW2 and countless other large scale horrors he either orchestrated or participated in, and who made the most cynical excuse for it since “Work will Set You Free”, specifically that “If I didn’t do it someone else would”, is featured recently by CBC. What prompted CBC’s attack is that Hungary has created conditions which made it unfavourable for Soros’ enterprises to remain in Hungary, so he packed up and moved them to Berlin.
That alone tells us a great deal about what Soros is up to.
Anyone who has enough antiemetics to make it through the audio portion of the article please leave your impressions in the comments. But one can tell from the print portion, as well as the few comments the CBC allowed through, what their agenda is and how this article is crafted to a very finely tailored narrative.
Lets do something the CBC hans’t done since the 60s. Actually examine the facts and the other side to see what might actually be the cause of the event. Namely Soros packing up his postmodern/Marxist operations and leaving Hungary voluntarily. Could it be that new rules demanding transparency of financial dealings made it problematic for Soros who is already caught up in a number of scandals involving tax avoidance and other issues such as weaponization of cash against nation states?
Do they mention that Israel formed a tight bond with the V4, and especially Hungary around several issues, one of which is that Soros is persona non grata in Israel as well for his actions against the state of Israel? Does CBC mention that Hungary, so allegedly racist and anti-democratic, is possibly the only country in the world that does not need security at Synagogues?
Viktor Orban successfully ‘removes’ Soros’s Open Society Foundations from Hungary
“Faced with an increasingly repressive political and legal environment in Hungary,” the Open Society Foundations (OSF) are moving their Budapest-based international operations and staff to Berlin, the foundation wrote in its statement on Tuesday.
The decision to move operations out of Budapest comes as the Hungarian government prepares to impose further restrictions on nongovernmental organizations through what it has branded its “Stop Soros” package of legislation, the statement reads. According to the Hungarian government, the aim of the legislative package is to ensure the transparency of foreign-funded NGOs and restrict the operation of those who support illegal immigration.
OH! So the new legislation, which prompted Soros to haul ass voluntarily to Berlin was actually because he does not want to disclose financials about what he is really doing! Does the CBC mention that at all?
ZeroHedge: (Not my favorite source, but they do get a lot of stuff right)
After closing its Budapest office last month, Open Society, the purportedly philanthropic organization created to push a liberal, globalist political agenda espoused by billionaire investor George Soros, said Tuesday that it has officially pulled out of Hungary after accusing Prime Minister Viktor Orban of “repressing civil society,” according to the WSJ.
“Faced with an increasingly repressive political and legal environment in Hungary, the Open Society Foundations are moving their Budapest-based international operations and staff to the German capital, Berlin,” the group confirmed on Tuesday.
Patrick Gaspard, the president of the Open Society Foundations, lashed out at Hungary’s government, accusing it of “denigrating and misrepresenting our work,” while repressing civil society “for the sake of political gain.”
Soros attributed his decision to leave Hungary, the country where he was born, to the ruling Fidesz party’s push to pass a bill known as the “Stop Soros” plan. The bill would place new restrictions on non-governmental organizations found to be meddling in the country’s political affairs. The billionaire investor has criticized the law as anti-Semitic.
Open Society previously said it will move its Hungary operations to Berlin.
Soros, playing the antisemitism card, has to be the most cynical thing since his fellow Nazis wrote “Work will set you free” above the gates of a slave labour and death camp.
Possibly alongside, “Diversity is our strength”.