Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary, the birthplace of George Soros, has accused the billionaire of pushing refugees throughout Europe in order to weaken it. It should come as no surprise, since Soros has teamed up with Obama and RINOs Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan to do the same thing in this country.
Soros also helped fund the Ferguson riots and is working with liberal groups to get immigrants to receive US citizenship, so they can vote in 2016. Perhaps George wants to manipulate Europe’s currency in order to rake in big bucks for other destructive projects.
“His name is perhaps the strongest example of those who support anything that weakens nation states, they support everything that changes the traditional European lifestyle. These activists who support immigrants inadvertently become part of this international human-smuggling network.”
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Soros worked with the Nazis when he was a boy. He identified stores owned by Jews and delivered letters to Jews telling them they had to report to the Nazis, who sent them to death camps. Soros told journalist Steve Kroft that he loved the job and has nothing to apologize for. At the time, Soros was hiding the fact that he was a Jew from his Nazi bosses. His father forced him to quit the job because he considered it immoral.
International rights groups have criticized Orban for putting up razor wire to keep the refugees out. Orban is defending his country and those remarks by outsiders doesn’t phase him. He has seen what happened in Sweden and France after they let hundreds of thousands of Muslims into their countries and he doesn’t want that for his.
Good work, Mr Prime Minister.
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