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George Soros’ Son Congratulates Macron: “Great day for France, Ukraine, and Europe!”

Alexander Soros, the son of the arch globalist and billionaire donor George Soros, on Sunday extended his congratulations to Emmanuel Macron, the former investment banker, for his victory over Marine Le Pen in the second round of French elections. 

In the congratulatory message, which came in the form of a tweet following Macron’s declaration of victory on Sunday evening, Soros wrote: “Congratulations Mr. President! Great day for France, Ukraine, and Europe! Long live France!”

The Soros family’s financial and political support for globalist leaders around the world is well-documented. In 2020, the Spanish news portal OKDiario reported that, since assuming high office in 2018, Spain’s left-liberal prime minister Pedro Sanchez had met with George Soros and members of his family more times than he had with Pablo Casado, the president of centrist opposition party Partido Popular.

While the family, through its Open Society Foundation, spends astronomical sums of money to further the globalist cause—funding anti-sovereignist NGOs, media outlets, prime ministers, parliamentarians, unelected bureaucrats in Brussels, and radical progressives in the judicial systems of Europe and the U.S.—it spends an equal amount working to destroy its political adversaries, especially counter-globalist heads of state like Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and former U.S. President Donald Trump. 

Days ago, in an article published with liberal pan-European news network Euractiv, Open Society employee Kornél Klopfstein-László said the Hungarian opposition, which only managed to garner 28% of the vote in the national election earlier this month, ought to look to extraparliamentary means to remove Orbán from power. Klopfstein-László, who claimed that Orbán could not be removed via elections, then called on officials in the European Union to exert unprecedented pressure on the newly inaugurated government.

“This all could lead to Orbán’s departure,” Klopfstein-László argued.

In a video call interview leaked to the Hungarian newspaper Magyar Nemzet last month, Andrej Nosko, the former director of the Open Society Foundation (OSF), was heard admitting that NGOs financed by the OSF regularly manipulate or even bribe journalists to report negatively about Hungary to delegitimize the government. 

Robert Semonsen is a political journalist based in Central Europe. His work has been featured in various English-language news outlets in Europe and the Americas. He has an educational background in biological and medical science. His Twitter handle is @R_Semonsen.

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