George Soros Calls on Globalists Around the World to Save The EU
Billionaire sends out warning message to pro European Union voters
Billionaire George Soros has called on globalists and pro-Europe voters to 'wake up' before the continent 'sleepwalks into oblivion' ahead of the coming European elections.
Soros explained in an article for business website MarketWatch that the EU is facing a similar fate to that of the Soviet Union.
'Europe is sleepwalking into oblivion, and the people of Europe need to wake up before it is too late,' wrote the globalist.
'If they don’t, the European Union will go the way of the Soviet Union in 1991. Neither our leaders nor ordinary citizens seem to understand that we are experiencing a revolutionary moment, that the range of possibilities is very broad, and that the eventual outcome is thus highly uncertain.'
Soros then predicted that the looming elections for the European Parliament due this May would be a 'make or break' moment for the future of the continent.
He then argued that anti-Europe parties would 'enjoy a competitive advantage.'
Soros also maintained his opposition of Brexit, branding the UK's s impending departure the 'defining event for the country for decades to come.'
'In the United Kingdom, too, an antiquated party structure prevents the popular will from finding proper expression,' Soros added.
'The situation is so complicated that most Britons just want to get it over with, although it will be the defining event for the country for decades to come.'
Last year Soros funded Anti Brexit campaign group, 'Best for Britain' who received £800,000 from the globalist to ramp up support for to revoking article 50 by targeting voters in ‘swing’ constituencies.
The news angered anti-EU campaigners, including former Cabinet minister Owen Paterson, who blamed Soros of a 'disgusting' intervention to threaten a popular vote.
The billionaire is also a major donor for the Democratic Party and supporter of global liberal causes pouring millions into campaigns that push the globalist agenda.
Even President Donald Trump highlighted Soros's meddling, last year saying said he 'wouldn't be surprised' if globalist George Soros was funding the Central American migrant caravan.
Just weeks later Soros was among a Dozen Democrats who received a mailed pipe bomb sent by a supposed Trump supporter, an incident that supported accusations that Trump was advocating violence.
Soros was even accused by the President of funding protesters to obstruct Brett Kavanagh's Supreme Court confirmation hearing last year.
'I have been painted as the devil. The fact that extremists are motivated by false conspiracy theories about me to kill hurts me tremendously,' Soros once said.
'I'm blamed for everything, including being the anti-Christ,' Mr. Soros, 88, told the FT during an interview in December in Marrakesh, Morocco.
‘I wish I didn't have so many enemies, but I take it as an indication that I must be doing something right.'
Last year The Financial Times named Soros their Person of the Year in 2018 for being the 'standard-bearer for liberal democracy’ as it comes under siege from ‘Putin's Russia and Trump's America.'
The fact that Soros meddles with democracies around the world is no longer a secret; the question is how will he continue to hide in the shadows when the world is wise to his evil.