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Billionaire Soros In Hot Water After Leaked Emails Show What He Hopes BLM Riots Will Accomplish

A leaked document has exposed a billionaire's plan to fuel police protests in order to spark a national movement. The movement, the man hopes, will abolish local police and put in place U.S. federal police force that would answer directly to the president. The fact that the man has significant influence over a current U.S. presidential candidate reveals there may be a major plot cooking.

George Soros is a Hungarian-American business entrepreneur and political activist. The multi-billionaire has long had a hand in manipulating politics and world events. He's known as the man who 'broke the Bank of England' after he manipulated finances to force England to pull out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism in 1992.

A memo that was leaked by Soros last month shows that Soros hopes to 'take advantage of the crisis' that has strained relationships between police and people of color as a way to 'create a national movement.' He's funded a number of progressive organizations, including BLM, in hopes that fueling the fires will help further his agenda. "The police killings of African-American men in Ferguson, Staten Island, most recently in North Charleston, Baltimore, and many other American cities, highlight that reform of policing policy and practice must be integral to our criminal justice agenda," reads the memo, according to 'Breitbart News.'

Soros's ties to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton go way back and make his efforts to manipulate politics according to his own agenda questionable. He's donated some $8 million to Clinton's presidential campaign, as well as millions to other Clinton-backing super PACs. He's donated $25 million in total to Democratic candidates.

In a series of leaked Clinton emails from when she was Secretary of State, Soros apparently sent her orders on how to conduct U.S. foreign policy. An email forwarded to Clinton from Soros outlined what look like step-by-step instructions for Clinton to take after a situation in Albania. Days after the email was sent, Clinton took the exact actions Soros had listed.

Soros ultimately would like to see all country borders dissolved and a one-world nation run by the UN. The United States is not the only country in which he has a heavy hand manipulating key political players and causes. Some speculate that Clinton, if elected, would be just another puppet with strings for Soros to pull.

Source: Mad World News
Photo: Wikimedia/Niccolo Caranti

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