Soros Foundation Calls for War on Poland's Sovereignty 'or EU Won’t Survive'
Stefan Batory Foundation has stepped up its efforts to save the EU
George Soros’ Stefan Batory Foundation has stepped up its efforts to save the EU by demanding Brussels puts pressure on patriotic Poland to open its borders, asserting that “the progressive battle” will force globalism into the nation.
Although the EU is undermining of national sovereignty and fueling a backlash at the bloc in Poland, lawyers at the foundation called on Brussels to step up its attacks on the country.
The lawyers alleged that the fight for the supposed judicial “independence” was necessary for protecting “human rights” everywhere the union.
“The battle for the rule of law in Poland… is effectively a battle for the survival of the EU,” proclaims the Soros-backed NGO.
The Soros group has worked on projects to “prepare Polish society for refugees,” to “form positive attitudes towards” mass third world migration.
It was also funded for training tens of thousands of professionals and officials in various roles to fight “prejudice” as well as “hateful online comments.”
Poland’s conservative Law and Justice (PiS) has spoken against the EU moves to encroach on member states’ sovereignty since the party was the first in the post-Communist era to get enough seats to rule without the coalition.
Jacek Czaputowicz, Polish foreign affairs minister, along with Hungarian foreign minister Péter Szijjártó, told a press conference that the two countries would continue to defend a Christian, pro-sovereignty Europe and reject globalism.
Last month, George Soros 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.'
Hungary's Foreign Minister described the rejection of multiculturalism and mass migration as a resolution to market and demographic challenges.
He explained how the country is favoring a more socially cohesive society along with 'pro-family' policies which support local people to 'upskill' and raise their own families.
“We have made it very clear during the debate in the European Union that we do not consider migration as a proper answer to our challenges regarding demography, or our challenges regarding the labor market,” he told Breitbart in an interview.