Trump Just Collapsed Corrupt Soros’ Evil Empire Against US – ‘Everything That Could Go Wrong, Has’

Awwww.

Poor small globalist George Soros is miserable!

In a meeting which was reported by The Daily Caller, this past weekend George Soros spent time lamenting the growth of President Donald Trump and the numerous anti-establishment wins across the globe.

Adding that “everything that could go wrong, has gone wrong.” He went on to confirm that he was not anticipating President Trump to win and was”Apparently, living in my own bubble,” he explained.

But naturally, because he’s a globalist he just couldn’t leave well enough alone and needed to continue his attacks on President Trump by stating the president has been”prepared to destroy the world” Whatever that’s supposed to imply.

This guy is reported to be one of the evilest people in the world.

This is more on why The Soro’s foundations needed to leave his native land of Hungary through The New York Times:

The bases, which promote democracy, free expression and civil rights, have come under growing legal and political pressure from Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who has stifled dissent and announced last week that “the era of liberal democracy is finished.”

The bases have been a regular target of the Hungarian government, and Mr. Orban himself has painted Mr. Soros as a shadowy figure seeking to undermine the nation’s sovereignty.

The decision to shut the teams’ offices at the nation of Mr. Soros’s birth — they’ll continue to operate in many different countries — is the grim culmination of years of battle to operate in an increasingly hostile environment.

Mr. Orban campaigned on a nationalist, anti-immigrant system, and pledged during the latest effort to seek revenge from those that deemed enemies of the nation. He’s suggested what’s commonly referred to as a”Stop Soros” law, aimed at penalizing nongovernmental agencies that assist asylum seekers and refugees.

The laws, as it was written before the election, could force aid agencies working with migrants to apply for and receive federal security clearance in the Interior Ministry.

Additionally, groups receiving foreign funds — that includes almost all of the major nongovernmental organizations in the country — would need to pay a 25 percent tax on those contributions, a burden which many said would make it impossible to keep working in Hungary.

On Monday, Antal Rogan, the ministry for Mr. Orban’s cabinet office, stated the authorities would suggest an “tighter” Stop Soros invoice, but he provided no details. The legislation is likely to develop a vote within the following month.

Leaders of the Open Society said that even without the approval of the law, being based in the country had become untenable.

“It is now impossible to protect the safety of the operations and our employees from Hungary from arbitrary government interference,” Mr. Gaspard said.

Central European University in Budapest, another institution which was founded and funded by Mr. Soros, remains in a state of limbo. Under present law, it can’t accept new students after January 2019; if it cannot reach a compromise with the authorities, it may also be forced to depart the nation.

Mr. Soros has spent hundreds of millions of dollars in Hungary to promote political freedom, beginning as it was beneath one-party Communist principle. The foundations have worked in the country since 1984.

In 1988, as the grip of the Soviet Union began to weaken, one of those that appealed to the Soros company for financing was a young firebrand named Viktor Orban. He wanted money to study grass-roots democracy and the way countries transition from dictatorships to democracies.

“One of the main elements of the transition may be the rebirth of civil society,” he wrote at the time.

That past connection makes the current moment that even more notable.

Three years after, civil society groups and Western officials have accused Mr. Orban of undermining the basic tenets of democracy so as to tighten his own grip on power and create a one-party state.

He has framed the issue as a battle for the existence of the nation, where migrants, many of these Muslims, will subvert the country’s Christian traditions.

Mr. Orban successfully used the issue to accuse officials in Brussels and other Western leaders of seeking to undermine Hungary’s sovereignty.

His picture appeared on thousands of posters plastered around the country, frequently edited to make it look — falsely — that he and major opposition candidates were holding fence-cutting equipment, ready to throw open the country’s boundaries.

In a statement, the foundations stated the government had spent”over 100 million euros” on a propaganda campaign against the group, including”invoking anti-Semitic imagery from World War II.”

As Mr. Orban’s rhetoric along with the personal attacks intensified, Mr. Soros fell back in a 2017 address about European integration.

At the time, he stated he was”full of admiration for the courageous way that the Hungarian individuals have resisted the corruption and deception of this mafia state the Orban regime has established.”

But on Tuesday, the roughly 100 workers of the bases started packing up their offices.”

No Soros, this isn’t about your faith. It is not because you’re a Jew people don’t like you. They do not like you because you’re a power hungry billionaire who’s intent on taking over the entire world and deliver far left policies into a world with no boundaries.

Must be a fantastic utopian planet for the elite like you if all us peons are desperate that you hand over some crumbs our way. However, you never believed we’d grow up against you and what you along with your compensated for politicians like Hillary Clinton and John McCain stand for.

A word of advice. We’re at a New World Order since President Trump has been elected, but it is far from everything you imagined it to be. It is a world were common folk rule and set order and law. And if we don’t want our nation overrun by Muslim refugees, it will not be.

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