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    Petition asking White House to declare George Soros a terrorist garners enough signatures for reply

    George Soros, chairman, Soros Fund Management, speaks during a forum “Charting A New Growth Path for the Euro Zone” at the IMF/World Bank annual meetings in Washington, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011. (AP Photo Manuel Balce Ceneta) more >

    By Andrew Blake - The Washington Times - Saturday, September 2, 2017

    A petition asking the White House to declare liberal mega-donor George Soros a domestic terrorist has garnered over 100,000 signatures, or more than enough to necessitate a response from the Trump administration.

    The petition was posted on the “We the People” section of the White House website Aug. 20 and needed to crack the 100,000-signature threshold within 30 days to trigger an official response. As of early Saturday afternoon it’s been digitally signed over 110,000 times.

    “George Soros has willfully and on an ongoing basis attempted to destabilize and otherwise commit acts of sedition against the United States and its citizens,” the petition states, through allegedly creating and funding organizations exclusively devoted to facilitating “the collapse of the systems and Constitutional government of the United States”

    Mr. Soros “has developed unhealthy and undue influence over the entire Democrat Party and a large portion of the U.S. Federal government,” according to the petitioners, and “the DOJ should immediately declare George Soros and all of his organizations and staff members to be domestic terrorists.”

    Launched by the Obama administration in 2011, the “We the People” portal enables anyone to log-on to the White House website and post a petition potentially capable of garnering a response.

    None of the petitions that have passed the 100,000-signature threshold during Mr. Trump’s presidency have received
    a response, however, and several are already in the queue: an unanswered petition seeking the immediate release of Mr. Trump’s tax returns is currently the most popular with over 1.1 million signatures, and another asking the president to formally recognize the Antifa anti-fascist movement as a terrorist group has garnered over 300,000.

    Mr. Soros, 87, is a Hungarian-born billionaire and businessman who widely known for funding liberal advocacy groups and organizations, both domestic endeavors as well as initiatives abroad. He supported Mr. Trump’s rival during the 2016 race, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, and previously described the current president as a “con artist and would-be dictator.”

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    Time to arrest this person and freeze his assets!

    His children are evil too!


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    How did this man get citizenship here? Who did he pay off?

    George Soros -- the rich man who is hated around the world

    By Dan Gainor
    Published February 27, 2012 Fox News

    Billionaire George Soros (AP)

    George Soros has donated more than $8 billion globally to his Open Society Foundations. Couple that with decades of investing around the world and it would be easy to assume Soros in a figure of global popularity.
    Only he isn’t. He’s almost the polar opposite.

    Soros made headlines recently warning of increased economic problems, the growth of Occupy Wall Street and government repression what he characterized as “strong-arm tactics to maintain law and order.” In short, the kind of chaos helped foment in the old Soviet Union and elsewhere.

    In his book “Open Society,” Soros credits his foundation with “mobilizing civil society” against the government in Slovakia and Croatia, among others. He readily calls himself “an active participant in the revolution that swept away the Soviet system.”

    So when Soros talks of chaos, it’s a subject he knows well. The only question is his involvement.

    Most everywhere Soros, his foundations or his investment money has gone, trouble has followed.

    He’s helped start revolutions, undermined national currencies and funded radicals around the world.

    Soros has been convicted of insider dealing in France and fined $3 million, fined another $2 million in his native Hungary.

    His “foundations have been accused of shielding spies and breaking currency laws” and his investing strategy has been targeted for harming several national currencies.

    That’s not the story the broadcast networks have been telling about Soros for the past five years.

    There were 29 mentions of Soros during that time but only one gave any hint at trouble, and that was merely to mention he was “still known as the man who broke the Bank of England.”

    But ABC followed that description up with: “That was all legal.”

    Only a sex scandal with a 28-year-old Brazilian actress gave Soros any negative publicity at all.

    But there have been lots of negatives in Soros’s past as he’s spread his influence around the world. Soros wears criticism like a badge of honor.

    “I have now come under attack in several countries: in Hungary from Hungarian nationalists; in Romania from the Vatra Romanesca; in Slovakia from the communist party newspaper Pravda; in the Soviet Union by the organ of the hard-liners Sovietskaia Russiya,” he claims in “Underwriting Democracy.”

    Soros’s Open Society Fund was created in 1979 as a charitable lead trust. Even its creator admitted his motives were “basically selfish” and he wanted a “tax gimmick.” He did it as a “trust for his children”

    While Soros has been known worldwide for his investment skills, he hasn’t always managed to stay clear of the authorities.

    He was found guilty in France of an insider trading case about 20 years ago and has repeatedly failed at having that news pulled from his record.

    According to The New York Times, in September 2011, a French panel upheld his conviction because “he had bought and sold shares of Société Générale in 1988 with the knowledge that the bank might be a takeover target.”

    He was fined $3 million.

    His fund ran into problems in Hungary, where Soros was born and lived till his late teen years. At issue was how he handled an investment into the “the country’s largest bank”: OTP.

    “His fund was fined $2 million by Hungarian regulators last week for having manipulated OTP’s stock price,” wrote The New York Times in 2009.

    Even when he has steered clear of legal ramifications, he had some questionable dealings. In 1999, New York Times economist (and now Nobel Prize winner) Paul Krugman skewered Soros in a piece for

    The story, “Don’t Blame It on Rio … or Brasilia Either,” accused Arminio Fraga Neto of working with Soros in his role as president of Brazil’s central bank. Fraga was upset, saying he “did not have access to any privileged information” and Krugman posted a formal apology saying “Fraga has behaved entirely properly.”

    A very positive profile of Soros in The New Republic in 1994 still explained that his investing angered several nations. “The president of the European Community and representatives of the French and Belgian governments have accused him of orchestrating ‘an Anglo-Saxon plot’ to undermine the French currency.

    The British government blames him for driving sterling from the European Monetary System,” wrote Michael Lewis.

    Soros’s currency moves have long been controversial.

    The magazine Foreign Policy ran a cartoon of the billionaire in 2000 that shows Soros torturing a James Bond character and saying “You saw what my awesome destructive powers did to the British pound and Malaysian ringgit, 007 … Do you think your puny governments can stop me?” reported The Washington Post.

    Speaking of foreign policy there’s also the Soros foreign policy.

    Morton Abramowitz of the Carnegie Endowment for Peace once said Soros became the “only private citizen who had his own foreign policy.”

    That remains true, though it often conflicts with that of the United States where he is now a citizen. He has even helped fund the non-profit group called Independent Diplomat, with the motto “a diplomatic service for those who need it most.” It represented Kosovo, Somaliland and the Polisario Front of Western Sahara, according to The New York Times. All three were looking for recognition as independent states.

    Soros was targeted by anti-globalization protesters at the 2001 World Economic Forum in Brazil. An Argentinian activist called him a “hypocrite and a monster,” reported the BBC. The next day he had to cancel a trip to Thailand “after protestors threatened to pelt him with rotten eggs and excrement.”

    In 2004, “two young men threw water and mayonnaise at him” in Ukraine, accusing Soros of trying to push a “velvet revolution” just like had happened in Georgia, reported the BBC. That same year, a critic of that nation’s government said “Georgia does not exist right now, it is only another U.S. state whose governor is George Soros,” wrote Al Jazeerah.

    His efforts went so poorly in Russia that they came close to open combat.

    In November, 2003 Al Jazeera reported, “men in battle fatigues have raided the Moscow headquarters of billionaire investor George Soros.” One of the Open Society executives said the attackers had removed documents as a “climax to a long-running commercial dispute.” Soros’s fund pulled out of Russia that year, after having lost a reported $2 billion.

    Soros has enormous global influence – typically purchased by either his own hand or his Open Society Foundations.

    At one point, he funded the entire government of the then-new nation of Georgia. “George Soros, the New York financier, helped to establish a special anticorruption fund to supplement the paltry salaries of most government employees, from the president (who gets $1,500 a month) down to border guards ($500 a month)," wrote The New York Times in 2004.

    In 2008, he gave $50 million to Millennium Promise, run by Soros buddy and economist Jeffrey Sachs. The goal of the project is to get “the world’s 22 richest nations” to increase their foreign aid budgets. He gave another $27 million in 2011 to a related project.

    Soros has spread billions around he world – even to helpful projects. But his liberal views and aggressive undermining of governments makes everything he does suspect.

    Given his sweeping global influence, you would think some traditional media outlet might look into that. Oh, that's right, he funds journalists, too.

    Dan Gainor is The Boone Pickens Fellow and the Media Research Center’s Vice President for Business and Culture. He can also be contacted on FaceBook and Twitter as dangainor.

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    George Soros Kicked to the Curb by Another Country

    “The Open Society Foundation, operating under the Soros umbrella, used its funding and personnel to support violent processes in Macedonia. It has monopolized the civil society sector, pushing outside any organization which disagrees with the Soros ideology.
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    February 3, 2017

    MACEDONIA – During a press conference early last week, a call was made to counter all Open Society Foundations’ engagements.

    The Open Society Foundations is a political and social engineering project run by Hungarian born George Soros, and has been established since 1979. Claims on the OSF website insist its establishment came out of an “understanding of the world [as] inherently imperfect.”

    Imperfect it is. Only weeks ago, Hungary, the billionaire’s home country sought to eradicate the OSF from the nation, purging all groups that Soros funds. At the time of the announcement, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s ruling party’s spokesperson told reporters that Soros’ organizations “serve global capitalists and back political correctness over national governments.”

    Now it seems, Macedonia has also had enough of Soros’ meddling in political and social affairs.

    Only a week after Hungary announced their Soros-exile plans, Macedonia has followed their path. Co-founder of the Stop Operation Soros (SOS) movement Nikola Srbov has called for an end to Soros’ hijacking of civil society. According to Srbov, Soros serves only himself to extend his already massive wealth and to force his own personal ideologies on other nations.

    At the press conference held last week, SOS has called for the backing of all “free-minded citizens,” as they seek to uncover all Soros-funded NGOs and their activities.
    “We’ve witnessed the takeover of the entire civil sector and its abuse and instrumentalization to meet the goals of one political party. That is unacceptable and goes beyond the principles of civic organizing,” Srbov stated at the press conference.

    “The Open Society Foundation, operating under the Soros umbrella, used its funding and personnel to support violent processes in Macedonia. It has monopolized the civil society sector, pushing outside any organization which disagrees with the Soros ideology. Any pretense of pluralism in the civil society sector was bulldozed over and total single-mindedness has been imposed.”

    Last week, Kurir explained how the OSF in Macedonia has “coordinated its activities with the social-democratic SDSM party, but also with many of the diplomatic missions in Macedonia, which has caused worsening of Macedonia’s relations with these countries.”

    Journalist Cvetin Chilimanov explained: “This is unacceptable and has largely contributed to a feeling in the public that the traditional relations of partnership Macedonia enjoyed with some countries, are being undermined. Therefore, one of the goals of our initiative will be to ask the diplomatic corps what has led to this situation, and to look for ways to overcome it in the shortest possible amount of time.”

    Hungary and Macedonia aren’t the only nations wanting to see an end to the OSF in their borders. Russia, in 2015, banned billionaire George Soros’ ‘progressive charity’ because of his threat to the Russian constitution and also to state security, according to The Free Thought Project.

    “In a statement, Russia’s General Prosecutor’s Office said two branches of Soros’ charity network — the Open Society Foundations (OSF) and the Open Society Institute (OSI) — would be placed on a “stop list” of foreign non-governmental organizations whose activities have been deemed “undesirable” by the Russian state,”Syrmopoulos reported.
    Further to the Russian move to ban Soros 2 years ago, it was discovered that Soros openly supported the political activities in Ukraine, where its violent overthrow of a legitimate government occurred.

    Zerohedge reported on George Soros’ plans to “overthrow Putin and destabilise Russia,” which was revealed in the recent DC Leaks back in August 2016.
    It’s no secret that George Soros works for his own benefit, to install his own political will on others. One of the largest financial backers to DC players, it must not be forgotten that during the Arab Spring revolutions Soros-affiliated organizations were also deeply connected.
    In Hungary and Macedonia’s case, it appears that the citizen has finally spoken.

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