Billionaire financier George Soros is buying the United States government with wads of lobbying money. As he attempts to own politicians by buying them (lobbying), he’s calling his critics “would-be dictators” who will not succeed.
Under Trump, the Open Society founder has been pouring greater sums of money into lobbying than ever before, and Soros doesn’t care who he makes an enemy of. “I’m very proud of the enemies I have,” he told the New York Times in an interview published Friday according to a report by RT. “It’s a perfect way to tell a dictator or a would-be dictator if he identifies me as an enemy,” Soros said.
In that same interview, Soros confidently predicted the popular opposition to his globalist philosophy was winding down and that a backlash against Trump-style nationalism was on the horizon.
Soros says that the advancement of global communism is going to happen. That means forget any sense of being an individual, and embrace collectivism, theft, and equal distribution of money, whether you work for it or not. But don’t expect Soros’ wealth to be redistributed. He’s the one buying the politicians to ensure that won’t happen.
Soros also slammed President Donald Trump as “an aberration,” predicting “what he has done in the Middle East” – clearing troops from the Turkish-Syrian border, allowing peace to break out with a deal between Russia and Turkey – “will contribute to his demise next year.”
And he is spending more than ever on those causes, dumping some $15.9 million to influence Congress in just the third quarter of 2019 via his foundation’s lobbying division, the Open Society Policy Center, according to a recent filing. It’s a jump even over the group’s 2018 expenditures, which, at $31.5 million, made it the third-largest lobbying group that year. Only the US Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Realtors outspent the billionaire. –RT
Soros also, however ironically, seems to have the same “mortal enemy” as President Trump – China. China is the nation that fought a winning battle against his currency speculating in 1998, so now he calls “Xi Jinping’s China the worst threat to an open society.” Given what has happened to the other societies Soros has poured money into, Xi might take that as a compliment, reported RT.