The tentacles of George Soros entangle politics and generate chaos around the world

Summary

Why should we be more disturbed by the supposed global warming than the deliberate plan to end Western ethnicities?

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The tentacles of billionaire George Soros entangle politics and generate chaos in countries around the world through the legions of employees of his philanthropic Open Society. His money finances extremist groups seeking to overthrow capitalism and promote a radical global environmentalist order. His retinue of advisers span the globe in positions of influence and power, and implementing his radical agenda. The advent of this new environmentalist religion desperately needs dazzling new demagogues to push the cause of global warming and silence its opponents under penalty of crime or mortal sin.

Disproof

This article mixes several classical conspiratorial narratives in one, affirming that immigration is being promoted by some actors as a means to alter the cultural essence of the West, and blaming George Soros for this.

No evidence is provided for any of these affirmations. You can see here more examples of the narrative of George Soros allegedly promoting massive immigration to Europe.

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  • Reported in: Issue 166
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 23/09/2019
  • Language/target audience: Spanish, Castilian
  • Country: Spain
  • Keywords: migration, Climate, Conspiracy, George Soros
  • Outlet: Katehon.com
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