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Even Israel Agrees With Hungary – Jewish Billionaire Soros Is A Troublemaker



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Jul 11 2017
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He had been condemned by Mahathir Mohamad, then-Prime Minister of Malaysia, as a notorious currency speculator. He lost about US$1 billion in the financial market betting against Donald Trump. The 86-year-old investor also lost millions – probably billions – betting against Brexit. Perhaps the billionaire should go back into retirement.

 

To George Soros, however, losing a couple of billions wasn’t a big deal. After all, he’s still worth a staggering US$25.2 billion (Forbes). What was a big deal was when Hungary, his homeland, dismantled the Central European University (CEU) he founded. And it was not any ordinary war between George Soros and Hungary. Soros was on a solo mission against a nation.

 

In 1991, after the fall of Communism, Mr. Soros founded Central European University, which is based in Budapest and accredited in Hungary and the United States. Armed with financial muscles, liberalist Soros uses his university to spread free speech and democratic values, including attacks on Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban for refusing to take in refugees.

George Soros - CEU - Central European University

George Soros belongs to the same league as Hillary Clinton, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the bands of elite currently running the European Union. These left-wingers are so pro-liberalism that they refuse to filter for potential terrorists masquerading as refugees or migrants. Orban administration called Soros a currency speculator who was spreading propaganda against Hungary.

 

Hungary’s populist PM Viktor Orban introduced a new law targeting foreign-registered universities that could force the closure of the Soros’s CEU. Seen as a propaganda arm of Soros’s liberalism, the Hungarian prime minister called the university a “fraud”.  Soros, in retaliation, accused Orban of building a “mafia state”. The EU threw their support behind Soros, adding fuel to the fire.

 

But Hungary has never been in good term with the EU elite. The EU, under Merkel leadership, has been criticizing, warning and even threatening the Orban government to freely take thousands of refugees, to which Hungary responded by sealing its borders with razor wire fences instead. The strategy works fabulously. Frustrated refugees are avoiding Hungary like a plague.

's not let Soros have the last laugh

Now that Prime Minister Viktor Orban is running his election campaign, George Soros becomes his punching bag. His campaign paints Soros as a supporter of illegal immigration, with every intention of undermining the government’s strict refugee policies. Television adverts and billboards posted around the country show Soros next to the words – “Let’s not let Soros have the last laugh.”

 

As expected, Hungarian Jewish groups and Human Rights Watch, an organization partly funded by Soros, have condemned the campaign, saying it “evokes memories of the Nazi posters during the Second World War”. They accused Orban’s ruling right-wing Fidesz party of Nazi-era anti-Semitism. But the Hungarian Foreign Ministry in Budapest say the government has a “duty to defend our homeland and citizens.”

 

Initially, Soros, a Hungarian-born Jew, received support from Israel’s ambassador to Hungary Yossi Amrani, who issued a statement denouncing the campaign, saying it “evokes sad memories but also sows hatred and fear,” in reference to Hungary’s part in the deportation of 500,000 Jews during the Holocaust. Surprisingly, the ambassador’s support only lasted a couple of hours.

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban

In a surprise move, Israel’s foreign ministry made a U-turn and now says that George Soros was a legitimate target for criticism. Israel is normally quick to denounce anti-Semitism or threats to Jewish communities anywhere in the world. They have an army of cyber troopers scanning for articles or comments – in Internet and social media – for anti-Semitism remarks.

 

In the case of George Soros, it appears that even Israel finds it difficult to defend the Hungarian-American Jewish billionaire. The Israel’s Foreign Ministry said – “In no way was the statement (by the ambassador) meant to delegitimize criticism of George Soros, who continuously undermines Israel’s democratically elected governments.”

 

Apparently, in his obsession with liberalism, Soros had offended Israel too by funding organizations that defame the Jewish state and seek to deny it the right to defend itself. Among the organizations Soros funds is Human Rights Watch, which is frequently critical of Israel‘s occupation of the West Bank and its policies toward the Palestinians.

George Soros - Thinking and Worrying

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Budapest on July 18, during what will be the first visit of an Israeli premier to Hungary in 30 years. If Soros hadn’t been such a badass, perhaps it would be hard for Netanyahu to justify his visit to Hungary. Still, the campaign poster has absolutely no relation with, and does not make any mention to Soros’ Jewish origin.

 

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