Jul 13 2017
HUNGARY launches nationwide anti-Muslim migrant campaign featuring George Soros, the world’s leading individual backer and funder of the Muslim invasion of Europe
Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban has accused billionaire investor George Soros, who allegedly financed the Arab Spring, of stoking and financing the ever-increasing flood of North African and Middle Eastern Muslim economic freeloaders, posing as refugees, for the sole purpose of weakening Europe. Soros says, “Our plan treats the protection of refugees as the objective and national borders as the obstacle.”
Bloomberg Born in Hungary, Soros is a prominent member of a circle of “activists” trying to undermine European nations by supporting so-called “refugees, ” most of whom are not refugees at all, but economic migrants looking to cash in on the largesse of Western welfare systems.
Last year, Soros spent $500 million on the human trafficking network which is dumping hundreds of thousands of Muslim freeloaders into Europe every year. He also gives grants to organizations that provide legal assistance to asylum seekers.
Just as the dark forces of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency and George Soros’s multi-billion dollar network of non-governmental organizations plotted to destabilize the Middle East and North Africa through the use of social media to bring about the so-called “Arab Spring”, these same forces have opened a new chapter in their book of global dysfunctionality by facilitating the mass movement of refugees, economic freeloaders, and Islamic terrorists from the Middle East, Asia, and Africa to Europe.
Here are the six elements Soros says should underpin a comprehensive EU migrant plan:
Accepting at least one million asylum seekers annually.
Leading a global effort to help Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan get adequate funding for the four million refugees in those countries. (Soros calculates the cost as at least €5,000 per refugee.)
Establishing a single EU Asylum and Migration Agency, leading eventually to a single EU border guard (replacing the 28 separate systems that current function in an inadequate patchwork manner).
Creating safe channels for getting asylum seekers to Europe and from Greece and Italy to their destination countries,
Using these necessary EU operational and financial arrangements as the basis for establishing “global standards for the treatment of asylum-seekers and migrants,”
“[Mobilizing] the private sector—NGOs, church groups, and businesses—to act as sponsors” for refugees and asylum seekers.”