There are only a few basic tenets of George Soros’ plan for world domination, making it all the more pathetic that the leftists haven’t caught on yet.
Soros is a globalist. Perhaps he is truly the globalist, given that the overarching theme of globalism seems to be the consolidation of power – something that the enormously wealthy Soros has been working one for decades.
The idea is simple: Men such as Soros, the Rothschild family, and others, are wealthy beyond the mortal plane, having inherited generations of wealth thanks to their lineages of magnates in a number of major industries.
Just how wealthy, you ask? Wealthy enough to own upwards of 90% of the entire world’s worth.
Now, in order to push the limits of what any man can achieve, these globally minded individuals have moved far beyond the mere speculation of the stock market and currency trading, and are now dealing in political power in order to influence the development of their fortunes. They’ve migrated past the idea of financial dominance, and are now more interested pure omnipresence. They wish not to control how much money is made in industry, but, rather, how industry makes their money.
In order to achieve this, this illuminati-like band of globalists must refine the efficiency of their corruption, greasing fewer, yet more powerful palms as they go. This is why power must be consolidated; these are businessmen after all, and saving a couple billion bucks on bribery goes a long way.
The internet and the freedom of speech that it has provided to the global community is a real problem for men like Soros, who also aim to shape the influencers of the modern world. That is why Georgie is pushing the European Union to put a kibosh on social media as we know it.
“Billionaire open-borders activist George Soros has demanded the European Union (EU) regulate social media because voters’ minds are being controlled and ‘manipulated’.
“He claimed the size of social media firms made them a ‘public menace’ and argued they had led people to vote against globalist causes, including electing President Donald J. Trump, in an article for The Guardian published Thursday.
“The speculator, who runs one of the largest campaigning groups in the world and is noted for his interference in foreign politics and elections, said ultimately unregulated social media threatened democracy and the ‘integrity of elections’.
“New media websites and populist groups have been prolific on social media, using the platforms to surpass mainstream media and promote causes Mr. Soros and his allies oppose.”
What does this really mean? Simply that George Soros would like to buy out the competition when it comes to influencing the public.
He would much prefer that you get your news and opinions from one of his mainstream outlets, rather than from one another, on the ground, and dead center of the fight for freedom.