Europeans are rising up against George Soros and his Open Society Foundations in their millions, as governments on the continent mount simultaneous crackdowns on the liberal billionaire’s umbrella of globalist influence-peddling organizations.
In Hungary, where the movement has reached a fever pitch, supporters of Prime Minister Viktor Orban are vilifying George Soros’s Open Society Foundation and accusing the group of wanting to flood Europe with Muslim refugees and transform Christian nations into multicultural stews of left-wing globalism.
Earlier this week, Zoltan Kovacs, Prime Minister Orban’s chief international spokesman, described the organization as being staffed by “foreign agents financed by foreign money.”
Macedonia’s former prime minister, Nikola Gruevski, has also called for a “de-Sorosization” of society, labeling liberals “Soros-oids” and inspiring a popular “Stop Operation Soros” movement in January.
Poland’s governing party leader, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, may have come the closet to hitting the nail on the head, explaining that Soros-funded groups want “societies without identity.” He is backing fresh efforts to regulate the Open Society Foundation and drive it out of the country….