Maia Grigorievna and her Soros fellows are doing a good job on money from Soros, who organises orange revolutions, like in Moldova April 7, 2009, in the post-Soviet republics.
While Donald Trump represents the interests of industrial capitalism and the military-industrial sector (which seeks to strengthen the internal market and rebuild a strong American state), Joe Biden and the Democrats represent the interests of big international financial groups and seek to promote global financial expansion. The US Democrats, and part of the Western élite, seek to expand the realm of so-called “liberal democracy” abroad, including in Russia and Central Europe, and to establish a world government. If elected, Joe Biden will pursue a policy of soft expansion through the promotion of colour revolutions abroad, thus supporting the efforts of George Soros.
Conspiracy theory. No evidence is provided to support the article’s claims. This article combines several recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives. The first is the narrative about the powerful but invisible impact of secret élites/ global elites” (“big international financial groups”) on world politics.
The second narrative is about "colour revolutions". It claims that protests, disorders and civil uprisings are never manifestations of popular discontent but are “colour revolutions" directed and funded by Western intelligence services or other Western actors in order to destabilise targeted foreign states and bring about regime change. The billionaire and philanthropist George Soros, mentioned in the article, is often depicted by pro-Kremlin disinformation outlets as a major sponsor of “colour revolutions” around the world.
The third disinformation narrative contained in the article claims that “liberal-globalist élites” (the US Democrats) seek to establish a “world government”. The idea of a “Shadow World Government” in itself is also a recurring pro-Kremlin narrative.
There is no evidence that, as the article claims, the US Democrats and presidential candidate Joe Biden seek to promote “colour revolutions” in foreign nations and strive to establish a “world government”.
Read similar cases claiming that the goal of liberals in international relations is to create a world government and that in tandem Obama and Soros provoked “colour revolutions” around the world.