George Soros has made no secret his desire to flood Europe and the United States with migrants and refugees.
Soros has a five step process to bring his neo-liberal change to the world…removing borders, ethnicity, culture and history once and for all. For the elite globalists, the best way to rule the peasant class is to remove any sense of nationalism.
- First Soros uses his media influence to demonize a country or leader,
- he then lobbies for crippling sanctions to be imposed upon that country,
- he then moves to destabilize that country with an NGO sponsored colored revolution,
- he then lobbies the western powers to intervene militarily,
- finally, after said country has been demolished (with all capital plundered and pillages by the elite super class), Soros funnels the displaced and desperate (sometimes radical) populace of the destroyed country into western society.
Soros is the architect of a new world order, where the powerful few will govern over the confused and disconnected masses.
Which brings us to George Soros’ recent announcement at the United Nations (U.N.) summit in New York, where the billionaire pledged to invest up to $500 million in programs and companies benefiting migrants and refugees fleeing life-threatening situations…the very life-threatening situations he so shrewdly instigates.
The the 86-year-old globalist said in an official statement…
“We will invest in startups, established companies, social impact initiatives, and businesses started by migrants and refugees. These investments are intended to be successful. But our primary focus is to create products and services that truly benefit migrants and host communities.”
“I hope my commitment will inspire other investors to pursue the same mission.”
On Monday, the U.N. opened its first summit addressing the current refugee and migrant crisis. The U.N. and Unicef calculate that a record 65 million people were forcibly displaced from their homes in 2015, with more than half from just three countries: Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia, Reuters reported.
The increasing number of asylum seekers from those war-torn nations has sparked political debate in Europe and the U.S. over where the refugees should be resettled. The issue has been clouded by economic migration, with large numbers of people reportedly seeking entrance to developed nations in the hope of better prospects as global growth slows.
The Open Society Foundations (OSF), a non-profit organization owned by Soros, will be in charge of the funds, the statement said. Any profits from the investments would go to the OSF’s migrant and refugee-related programs, which include community centers in Greece and initiatives to provide Syrian refugees with legal advice.
“Refugees need access to financial and legal services, education, and employment opportunities; we believe the private sector is uniquely placed to help build the infrastructure needed to support these services,” the U.N.’s High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi said of the Soros investment.
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