Anti-Soros Uprising Spreads Across Europe, Media Blackout

Europeans are rising up against George Soros and his Open Society Foundations in their millions, asĀ governments on the continent mount simultaneous crackdowns on the liberalĀ billionaireā€™s umbrella of globalistĀ influence-peddling organizations.Ā 

InĀ Hungary, where the movement has reached a fever pitch, supporters of Prime MinisterĀ Viktor OrbanĀ are vilifying George Sorosā€™s Open Society FoundationĀ and accusing the group of wanting to flood Europe with Muslim refugees and transform Christian nations into multicultural stews of left-wing globalism.

Earlier this week, Zoltan Kovacs, Prime MinisterĀ Orbanā€™s chief international spokesman,Ā described the organization as being staffed by ā€œforeign agents financed by foreign money.ā€

Macedoniaā€™s former prime minister, Nikola Gruevski, has also called for a ā€œde-Sorosizationā€ of society, labeling liberalsĀ ā€œSoros-oidsā€ and inspiring a popular ā€œStop Operation Sorosā€Ā movement in January.

Polandā€™s governing party leader, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, may have come the closet to hitting the nail on the head, explaining thatĀ Soros-funded groups want ā€œsocieties without identity.ā€ HeĀ is backingĀ fresh efforts to regulate the Open Society FoundationĀ and drive itĀ out of the country.

InĀ Romania, where hundreds of thousands of anti-corruption protestersĀ took to the streetsĀ in recent weeks, the leader of the governing party charged that Mr. Soros ā€œfinanced evilā€ and has vowed to defeat him.

Romanian protests rocked the capital Bucharest for weeks.

Similar efforts have begun or accelerated inĀ Serbia,Ā SlovakiaĀ and Bulgaria since PresidentĀ Trumpā€™s victory, and the moodĀ in each country is strikingly similar. The simple fact is that people in traditionally Christian European countries want to retain their cultural identity and they recognize George Soros and his liberal, globalist agenda as a mortal threat that needs to be driven out.

ā€œThese organizations must be pushed back with all available tools,ā€ Szilard Nemeth, vice chairman of Hungaryā€™s governing Fidesz party, told journalists. ā€œI think they must beĀ swept out, and now I believe the international conditions are right for this with the election of a new president.ā€

President Trumpā€™s victory in the 2016 election is rightly seen as the catalyst for the push back against George Sorosā€™s invasive organizations. Prior to Trumpā€™s ascensionĀ to the Oval Office, Soros organizations were treated as protected species by the Obama administration, and European governments were reluctant to take action against the globalist propaganda outlets operating from offices on their own soil.

However the tide has turned. Europeans from countries that havenā€™t already been decimated by the globalist agenda have recognized the international power battle for what it is ā€”Ā globalism versus nationalism ā€” and they are firmly on the side of retaining their cultural identity.

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Source:Ā Baxter Dmitry Ā  Ā  Ā  Ā  Ā  Ā  Email: baxter@yournewswire.com

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