George Soros is, perhaps, the richest Democrat donor in the world. Speculation runs rampant that Soros uses his billions of dollars to impact the globe with radical progressive ideas that will have some serious implications for the future.
As a result of claims made about the billionaire, Soros was forced to defend himself. He implied that he did nothing wrong, and that people are merely attempting to smear his name. Soros wrote, “An expensive smear campaign against me deflects attention from underinvestment in education and public health,” and then attached his rebuttals to these claims against him.
According to the rebuttal posted by Soros’ website, on October 9th of this year, the Hungarian government sent out a national consultation to eight million Hungarian voters to ask their opinions on the “Soros plan.”
George Soros claims that everything published in this report is a blatant lie. He, or rather, whoever wrote this for him, explained how the Hungarian government lied on their forms. While trying to call their government out, Soros confessed his true intentions.
The goal of the Hungarian government is to “deliberately mislead Hungarians about George Soros’s view on migrants and refugees.”
One claim suggests that Soros “wants Brussels to resettle at least one million immigrants per year onto European Union territory.” Soros claims that these allegations are false, however, close inspection of his claims and history with key figures in the area show that they may be frightfully close to the truth.
Soros also said that, due to the war in Syria, the European Union would have to “accept at least a million asylum-seekers annually for the foreseeable future.” This couldn’t be more alarming for those looking for a short-term solution to the immigration problem in those areas. Simply allowing billionaires like Soros to control what happens vis-a-vis immigration is not beneficial to any one nation or person.
He even admitted that they would have to for the “foreseeable future.” How else can that be construed? Soros’ comments can’t be taken in another context easily. It’s clear that he intends to use his vast wealth to influence the structure of European immigration in order to create conditions that are more favorable to his agenda.
Soros also attempts to debunk the claim that he wants to use Brussels to force the EU-wide distribution of immigrants that have gathered in Europe.
According to the documents, Soros simply endorsed “a voluntary matching mechanism for relocating refugees.”
The Soros plan also alleges that Brussels should force all members of the EU, including Hungary, to pay immigrants 28,000 pounds in welfare. Soros denies this claim as well. The documents state that the EU should only provide 15,000 pounds to asylum seekers for the first two years that they are in the country.
Soros’ goal is to allow millions of immigrants — in fact, a million a year — to come to European countries, and wants the taxpayers to foot their bill for the next two years. The sheer deception laid out in the document shared by Soros shows just how far he is willing to go to bury the truth about his agenda.