EU Accused of Covering Up Secret Brexit Talks With George Soros
'Open borders' advocate and former British Prime Minister met in Davos
It has been alleged that Information about secret talks between former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and Billionaire George Soros on Brexit has been redacted from official reports of Davos meetings published by the European Commission.
The conversations between Blair, Soros, and top EU Commissioner took place at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, according to reports.
The European Commission released a series of summaries of discussions that took place at the summit, but it redacted large portions of text.
The redacted lines edited the summary following the heading:
“Soros and Blair: discussions with the two earliest backers of a ‘People’s Vote.”
“Italy” and “Brexit” were marked at two primary risk areas, according to another summary indicated that the financial sector.
The redactions come despite the Commission’s claim they where being more transparent, with the information withheld to “protect its decision-making process," according to the EU Observer.
The EU Observer investigation also highlights that the Commission’s supposed mission to increase is so far away from the truth that a tool intended to allow EU citizens to see who their leaders are meeting failed to catch up with the event.
The meeting between n Blair, Soros, and EU Commissioner Pierre Moscovici doesn't even appear on his registered list of meetings, three months after it took place.
Open borders' advocate Soros and War arthicetch Blair have to both worked consistently to thwart Brexit.
Blair, this month issued a joint statement with the former Irish leader Bertie Ahern urging the UK to hold a second referendum, on Brexit.
Blair insisted it would allow the British people to reach the “right conclusion,”
Blair is also reported to be secretly advising French Presdient Emanuel Macron on stopping Brexit, according to a UK newspaper
Globalist Blair, who is best known for helping launch the Iraq War under pretenses, has been advising the French Presdient on how to prevent the UK from exiting the EU.
Blair reportedly told President Macron that he should “hold firm and then we’ll end up staying.”
The former British Prime Minister last month branded the UK's exit from the European Union as "sickening and "evil" and blasted Theresa May for following through with article 50.
Blair's attack on the Prime Minister comes as he accused May of “sickening irresponsibility” of following through with the British public's vote to leave the EU.