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Billionaire Liberal Activist George Soros Coming Under Fire - Opponents Say He's Forcing Agenda

If you ever find yourself joining the ranks of the world’s billionaires, you’ll quickly realize that you have plenty of money left over after taking care of the needs of yourself and those closest to you. So what do you do from that point? While you can certainly afford to go on the vacations of your choosing going forward, you may find that you also need something with a little more substance to occupy your time.

That may lead you to pursue a charitable or philanthropic endeavor with abandon, or perhaps you’ll just go out of your way to make your surrounding community all the more better with some generous donations. The possibilities are endless, and there’s a number of different examples you can follow. For instance, you could choose to follow the lead of George Soros, the billionaire activist that is so enthralled with his own world view that he feels the need to use his vast resources to influence as many elections as possible. Of course, following that lead comes with some risk.

As the Daily Mail shares, resistance to the reclusive billionaire’s efforts is beginning to grow. As in even more people are becoming aware of all the strings he pulls behind the scenes, and many walk away feeling nauseous after the acquisition of their newfound knowledge.

“To go on what you read and hear these days, Soros seems to be responsible for every political upheaval,” notes German political analyst Ulf Brunnbauer. ”He makes an excellent scapegoat for increasingly authoritarian regimes as someone who's invested a lot of money into philanthropy and represents capitalism.”

Soros goes out of his way to advance a liberal, multicultural agenda, and the fact that the agenda may not be the best course of action for the planet as a whole does not appear to enter into his thought processes even a little bit.

“His (religious) background is irrelevant to the central issue, which is that an increasing number of governments... see Soros' networks as a threat to democracy,” according to Zoltan Kovacs, spokesman for Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban. “For us migration is not a solution but a problem... not medicine but a poison, we don’t need it and won’t swallow it.”

Despite the increasing outcry, Soros pushes forward to ensure his agenda is enacted. For example, he’s a huge advocate of the concept of open borders, regardless of whether or not countries are equipped to handle an influx of refugees. He has plenty of advocates working in tandem with him to support his agenda, including OSF's Eurasia director Leonard Benardo.

“The OSF as an institution and George Soros as a person condemning corruption have always faced pressures from governments that have an illiberal cast. What is different about now is the ferocity and tenacity of the response,” Bernardo says. “What we're witnessing is that democracy is not only about institutions, that you can have largely free and fair elections and yet still have great anxieties and problems when it comes to forms of open society.”

Source: Daily Mail
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