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SOROS FIGHTING WOULD BE DICTATORS
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There is nothing I can say about this that could be printed here

Quote:Billionaire George Soros Pledges $1 Billion University Fund To Fight ‘Would-Be Dictators’


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George Soros, billionaire and founder of Soros Fund Management LLC.
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George Soros pledged $1 billion to fund a new university network to tackle the spread of nationalism in a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where the financier and philanthropist also condemned President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping.
The Hungarian-born U.S. billionaire announced the Open Society University Network (OSUN) as an international platform for teaching and research that existing universities all over the world would be able to join.
Soros said the OSUN is the “innovative educational network that the world really needs,” adding that his Open Society Foundation will be “contributing” $1 billion to establish the international platform for teaching and research.
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Soros said the network was “the most important project of my life” and would build on the work of his Open Society Fund, which has invest billions into pro-democracy and human rights projects around the world.
The billionaire also had stinging remarks for President Trump (calling him “a con man” and “the ultimate narcissist”), Facebook and the leaders of China and India in his annual speech at Davos.
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“When his fantasy of becoming President came true, his narcissism developed a pathological dimension. He has transgressed the limits imposed on the presidency by the Constitution and has been impeached for it,” said Soros, speaking just days after President Trump had addressed the gathering of the world’s political and business elites.
Soros voiced concern about the 2020 U.S. election and the influence that Facebook wielded. “Facebook will work together to reelect Trump, and Trump will work to protect Facebook so that this situation cannot be changed, and it makes me very concerned about the outcome for 2020,” said Soros.
Soros also singled out Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for criticism warning that the BJP politician’s actions were the “most frightening setback” in the battle for open society against “would-be and actual dictators.” Soros said “democratically elected Narendra Modi is creating a Hindu nationalist state, imposing punitive measures on Kashmir, a semiautonomous Muslim region, and threatening to deprive millions of Muslims of their citizenship.”
Turning to western Europe, Soros appeared to concede that the battle to keep the United Kingdom in the European Union was over. “The fight to prevent Brexit—harmful to both Britain and the EU—[had] ended with a crushing defeat,” said Soros, who had donated $500,000 to an anti-Brexit campaign group in 2018, and has been a vocal champion of the EU.
George Soros is a celebrated hedge fund tycoon who managed client money in New York from 1969 to 2011. He was born in Hungary but left the country at 17 and put himself through the London School of Economics working as a railway porter and waiter.
In 1992 he grabbed global fame after shorting the British pound and reportedly making a profit of $1 billion during “Black Wednesday”–the day Britain dropped the the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) and abandoned the path toward a common European currency. In 2018, Soros shifted $18 billion from his family office to his Open Society Foundation.
In June last year Soros and a number of the world’s wealthiest business leaders signed a letter calling for a new U.S. wealth tax. Addressing the “2020 Presidential Candidates,” the letter claimed: “America has a moral, ethical and economic responsibility to tax our wealth more. A wealth tax could help address the climate crisis, improve the economy, improve health outcomes, fairly create opportunity and strengthen our democratic freedoms. Instituting a wealth tax is in the interest of our republic.”
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Soros funds terrorism (Antifa/ FF Crisis Actors) and the take down of democracy. He wants a one world government with a dictator controlling the masses. He is the ultimate evil incarnate!

Someone needs to take him out NOW! He's working hard to brainwash our youth with communism.  (And they need to take his son out too.)

Here is a link to all the Q posts that have to do with Soros, if anyone is interested.

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/11775...97120.html
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Now Georgie Boy is trying to dictate who gets to run a company based on their political beliefs.
If this doesn't convince people that social media and the MSM are all politically controlled by the high up puppet masters then you are totally blind.

"They" are working hard to control what you see, hear, and feel emotionally, by the content you are allowed to see on the internet, news papers, magazines, and t.v.  If it doesn't fit the narrative they want you to believe, they censor the content, or shut down the site altogether.
Lots of You Tube independent journalists channels have had videos banned from the site, and some have even lost their channel.

Even though I don't like Zukerberg, I don't think anyone has the right to kick someone out of their company based on their political beliefs.
That's pure communism folks... pure COMMUNISM!!!


Quote:Left-wing billionaire George Soros argued that control of Facebook should be wrested from Mark Zuckerberg because he believes the CEO wants President Trump reelected.

The 89-year-old made the argument in a Friday column in the New York Times titled "Mark Zuckerberg Should Not Be in Control of Facebook."

"Facebook should be judged by what it does, not what it says," he said. "I repeat and reaffirm my accusation against Facebook under the leadership of Mr. Zuckerberg and Ms. Sandberg. They follow only one guiding principle: maximize profits irrespective of the consequences."

The billionaire also pointed to Zuckerberg's meetings with Trump as raising "serious questions."
Soros concluded his article by stating that Zuckerberg "should not be left in control of Facebook." He did not specify how control should be taken away from the company's founder.

Earlier this month, Soros made a similar argument in the Wall Street Journal, where he said Facebook was helping Trump because the president "will work to protect" them.

George Soros demands Zuckerberg be kicked out as Facebook CEO
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