George Soros Named 'Person Of The Year' By Financial Times
The bizarre choice for the award has left Soros critics enraged
Globalist George Soros, the man, known for meddling with other countries affairs amongst things, has been awarded a somewhat contradictory title for 'Person Of The Year' by the financial times.
The bizarre choice for the award has left Soros critics enraged as some even compared it to FT naming Adolf Hitler 'Person of the Year' back in 1938.
As philosopher George Santayana once said, 'If you don't learn from history, you're doomed to repeat it.'
The Financial Times revealed its choice for 2018 Person of the year it wrote: the honorific was bestowed upon George Soros, a controversial US billionaire of Jewish-Hungarian descent, who is known for financing liberal causes across the globe.
FT failed branded the 88-year-old as a 'victim' of "daily attacks" for his left-wing activism from "forces of nationalism and populism."
The newspaper also declared their choice was not about what George Soros had 'achieved,' but about the 'values' he represents - that of liberal democracy and open society.
There has been a diverse reaction to the announcement of Soros's new title; some even compared it to TIME's selecting Hitler as Man of the Year in 1938.
Well, we're still here, still fighting the same battle pic.twitter.com/NJTR6UtIIB— Marc (@avinumalkeinu) December 19, 2018
For all his outstanding work in trying to subvert uk democracy and overturn a democratically arrived at decision..good on yer George!🙈🙈— Bob Neville (@speedybn1968) December 19, 2018
Imagine how much George Soros must have paid the Japanese owners of FT to make him person of the year. More proof that foreign ownership of British #media is a disgrace and that all media outlets in UK owned by foreigners must be registered as agents of foreign influence.— Alexander Nekrassov (@StirringTrouble) December 19, 2018
When George Soros is named person of the year, you know the world is run by psychopaths,— Gareth Icke 🇵🇸 (@garethicke) December 19, 2018
Others conclude that Soros is misinterpreting the ideas of freedom and democracy for globalism and reckless open borders.
Yesterday, we reported the left-wing activist group received half a million dollars from a George Soros funded organization before accosting Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi at a movie theater, according to reports.
And last week we also reported that a group funded by liberal financier was accused of infiltrating local newspapers in a bid to launch investigations against Republican state officials.
On Wednesday, Kentucky’s Republican Governor Matt Bevin has slammed the Louisville Courier-Journal newspaper for partnering with the left-wing group ProPublica.
Person of the year?