#1 George Soros: President Trump Is Trying to ‘Establish a Mafia State’ by algernonpj 27.01.2018 11:43

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George Soros: President Trump Is Trying to ‘Establish a Mafia State’
by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D.
26 Jan 2018

Billionaire speculator and social activist George Soros came out swinging at Donald Trump at the World Economic Forum in Davos Thursday, accusing the U.S. President of trying to turn the country into a “mafia state.”

“I find the current moment in history rather painful,” Soros stated in his remarks. “In the United States, President Trump would like to establish a mafia state but he can’t, because the Constitution, other institutions, and a vibrant civil society won’t allow it.”

The left-wing billionaire also said that “the United States is set on a course toward nuclear war by refusing to accept that North Korea has become a nuclear power.”

“Not only the survival of open society, but the survival of our entire civilization is at stake,” he said. “The rise of leaders such as Kim Jong-Un in North Korea and Donald Trump in the US have much to do with this.”

In his address, Soros said that he considers the Trump administration “a danger to the world,” while insisting, however, that it is “a purely temporary phenomenon that will disappear in 2020, or even sooner.”

“I give President Trump credit for motivating his core supporters brilliantly, but for every core supporter, he has created a greater number of core opponents who are equally strongly motivated. That is why I expect a Democratic landslide in 2018,” he said.

Along with the danger of nuclear war with North Korea, Soros said that he fears climate change, and once again blames Trump for the lack of political will to implement the necessary measures to contain it.

“The other major threat to the survival of our civilization is climate change, which is also a growing cause of forced migration,” Soros said.

“I don’t want to go into details on climate change either because it is well known what needs to be done,” he said. “We have the scientific knowledge; it is the political will that is missing, particularly in the Trump administration.”

Soros said that whereas in the past he had focused his economic might on “the so-called developing world,” now he was targeting “the United States and Europe” in an effort to influence the course of these societies.

Our current aim, he said, “is to help save the European Union in order to radically reinvent it.”

“The EU used to enjoy the enthusiastic support of the people of my generation, but that changed after the financial crisis of 2008. The EU lost its way because it was governed by outdated treaties and a mistaken belief in austerity policies,” he said.

“As a consequence, a large proportion of the current generation has come to regard the European Union as its enemy,” Soros said, citing the examples of Great Britain, Poland and Hungary. “In several other countries anti-European parties are on the rise. In Austria, they are in the governing coalition and the fate of Italy will be decided by the elections in March,” he said.

Central European nations have, in fact, been the most vocal opponents of Soros’s interventionism, and the Hungarian government asserts that the progressive billionaire is behind the EU’s plans to open its borders to millions of Middle Eastern and African people through the institutionalization of mass migration.

“How can we prevent the European Union from abandoning its values?” Soros asked Thursday. “We need to reform it at every level: at the level of the Union itself, at the level of the member states and the level of the electorate. We are in a revolutionary period; everything is subject to change. The decisions taken now will determine the shape of the future,” he said.

Earlier this month, Soros said he would “fight back” against the “dominant ideology” of nationalism, while lamenting that the European Union is “on the verge of a breakdown.”

Alluding to the collapse of the USSR, Soros said: “It’s déjà vu all over again with one big change — the dominant ideology in the world now is nationalism… It’s the EU that’s the institution that’s on the verge of a breakdown.”

“And Russia is now the resurgent power, based on nationalism,” he said.

http://www.breitbart.com/national-securi...sh-mafia-state/

#2 RE: George Soros: President Trump Is Trying to ‘Establish a Mafia State’ by algernonpj 27.01.2018 11:45

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Soros's speech in its entirety:

Remarks delivered at the World Economic Forum
Davos, Switzerland, January 25, 2018

https://www.georgesoros.com/2018/01/25/r...economic-forum/

#3 RE: George Soros: President Trump Is Trying to ‘Establish a Mafia State’ by ThirstyMan 27.01.2018 15:24

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Quote: algernonpj wrote in post #2
Soros's speech in its entirety:

Remarks delivered at the World Economic Forum
Davos, Switzerland, January 25, 2018

https://www.georgesoros.com/2018/01/25/r...economic-forum/


"Soros said that whereas in the past he had focused his economic might on “the so-called developing world,” now he was targeting “the United States and Europe” in an effort to influence the course of these societies. Our current aim, he said, “is to help save the European Union in order to radically reinvent it.”

“The EU used to enjoy the enthusiastic support of the people of my generation, but that changed after the financial crisis of 2008. The EU lost its way because it was governed by outdated treaties and a mistaken belief in austerity policies,” he said."



Hello??? as is always the case when liberals say they're trying to help, they're actually screwing things up -- ROYALLY!!!! Soros frames Europe's dilemma as a mistaken "austerity"? How idiotic!!! Europe is experiencing a dilemma alright, one of a policy bent on its forced Islamization!!! TM
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[a frontpagemag.com article from 2012]

Islamization of Europe: The Numbers Don't Lie, The continent is on a journey, and the destination is clear.
By Bruce Bawer

Few readers of this website will be unaware that over the last several years plenty of books, including my own While Europe Slept, have warned about the present and future effects of the rise of Islam in Europe. Some writers, notably Christopher Caldwell and Mark Steyn, have gone into considerable detail about the now widely recognized fact that the low birth rate among ethnic Europeans, the high birth rate among European Muslims, and the steady arrival of new Muslim immigrants on the continent will mean an increasingly Muslim Europe in the decades to come and, ultimately, a majority Muslim population in one country after another.

FrontPage readers will also likely be aware that ever since these books starting coming off the presses, any number of supposedly intelligent and well-informed critics have vehemently dismissed such prognostications as alarmist nonsense, noting that in this or that European country the Muslim percentage of the population is still quite modest, and suggesting that there is no reason to expect the current numbers to climb very drastically in the years to come. The fact that these critics actually appear to buy their own arguments, and that they are able to persuade other reasonably intelligent people to believe them as well, only demonstrates the remarkable level of ignorance of basic math on the part of many individuals with pricey liberal educations.

A few recent news stories out of Europe confirm that concerns about the continent's skyrocketing Muslim populations are, in fact, anything but alarmist. On August 8, for example, Britain's Daily Telegraph actually permitted into its pages an article reporting that “Britain and the rest of the European Union are ignoring a demographic time bomb: a recent rush into the EU by migrants, including millions of Muslims, will change the continent beyond recognition over the next two decades, and almost no policy-makers are talking about it.” According to the Telegraph, Spain's foreign-born population rose from 3.2% in 1998 to 13.4% in 2007, and in Brussels, “the top seven baby boys' names recently were Mohamed, Adam, Rayan, Ayoub, Mehdi, Amine and Hamza.” The Telegraph cited the highly euphemistic conclusion of a recent report by the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life that the rapid introduction of large numbers of Muslims into Europe results in “a difficult social fit.”
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the grim and looming reality that Europe is undergoing a relentless process of Islamization. The evidence, as we have seen, is accumulating apace, and most Europeans have recognized the truth for quite a while; yet the big-time, institutionally legitimized “experts” – along with most of the politicians whose job it should be to try to reverse this process – continue to pretend it's a racist lie.

https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/143283/...lie-bruce-bawer
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The trouble is the present course is there's no turning back. This is a one way street. The dilemma, once realized, will be too late to return to Europe as it used to be. It's pretty sad!!! But it's a self-inflicted fatal wound!!! SUICIDE!!! TM

#4 RE: George Soros: President Trump Is Trying to ‘Establish a Mafia State’ by PzLdr 27.01.2018 16:15

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The "Honored Society" will not be amused, especially since Soros is trying to establish a Fascist state - like his SS buddies ran in Hungary - when Soros worked for them and screwed his fellow Jews.

#5 RE: George Soros: President Trump Is Trying to ‘Establish a Mafia State’ by algernonpj 27.01.2018 19:03

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Quote: PzLdr wrote in post #4
The "Honored Society" will not be amused, especially since Soros is trying to establish a Fascist state - like his SS buddies ran in Hungary - when Soros worked for them and screwed his fellow Jews.

It's amazing how many do not know that Soros is a Hungarian Jew who got his start in life helping the SS confiscate the wealth of fellow Jews before they were shuttled off to the camps.

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