Country sets new anti Soros campaign


Upset that their borders are under attack, the nation of Hungary is preparing to launch yet another campaign against globalist billionaire George Soros, as it opposes his support for uncontrolled mass immigration.

Hungary’s Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán, has probed into Soros’ agenda and financing of liberal groups before and is calling out his funding of political activists.

Now, six months before general elections in Hungary, Orbán is launching a drive to educate the public about the “Soros plan,” in which Soros has pushed Europe to accept a million migrants per year, and promoted the demolition of Hungary’s anti-migrant border fences.

Orbán had labeled Soros as a “public enemy” and sent questionnaires to households asking residents about their views on immigration and terrorism in a 2015 campaign.

This summer, billboards were erected with a picture of Soros and a message asking Hungarians to “not let Soros have the last laugh.”

Another public information campaign, titled “Let’s Stop Brussels,” asked residents their opinions on how to combat European Union policies that threaten Hungarians’ independence, as they have adopted Soros’ open borders policies.

Soros, who is Jewish, along with the main Jewish organization in Hungary, has blasted the government’s campaign, calling it “poisonous” and anti-Semitic. Those in support of Soros have condemned the Hungarian government for spending taxpayer money to oppose him.

Soros is an American citizen, born in Hungary, whose “Open Society Foundation” is a major donor to multiple activist groups around the world, promoting liberal policies and open borders.

Orbán has stated that the main theme of the campaign prior to the next election will be focused on immigration… and fingers are being pointed at Soros.


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