At last, the truth in the MSM.

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At last, the truth in the MSM.
« on: February 09, 2018, 06:32:26 PM »
At last, the truth in the MSM. Please read and understand the power behind 'break Brexit'.
Well done Nick Timothy, he was blamed for May's 2nd election and sacked, this is proof that he was in fact one of the good guys.
At last this has hit the mainstream media. Russia got rid of Soros interference educational/social change, Hungary is trying to get rid of him but the EU is taking them to the ECJ for their efforts. He has meetings with Juncker as an EU lobbyist, has extensive influence in social engineering in the UK and across Europe, his Foundation helped to get Yeltsin elected in Russia and did it's best to get Clinton elected, it backs many/all the division groups behind antifa.

Billionaire investor George Soros has handed £400,000 to a campaign arguing against Brexit. (and the rest).

Mr Soros previously said it was possible that the UK would apply to rejoin the European Union soon after Brexit.
Mr Soros is one of the world's richest men who made a reported £1.5 billion betting against sterling on Black Wednesday in 1992.
(and then his ill-gotten gains were used to socially engineer Britain.)

One of Mr Soros's foundations gave the money to Best for Britain, a group which has spread pro-Remain propaganda and wants a second EU referendum.
Best for Britain chairman Lord Malloch-Brown,  (he wrote the Millenium Development Goals for the UN agenda 21) a former minister and diplomat, said the group had followed rules governing financial contributions 'to the letter'.

He said: 'We have never hidden our agenda; we have been campaigning hard to win a meaningful vote on Brexit, which we did, and to keep all options on the table, including staying in the European Union.
The involvement of Mr Soros was reported in the Daily Telegraph in a story written by a team including Theresa May's former chief of staff Nick Timothy.
Mr Timothy, who backed the Leave cause, used his column in the newspaper to claim that Best for Britain wanted to bring down Mrs May's government.
But Lord Malloch-Brown said: 'We think the British people deserve a final say on the Brexit deal and believe the country has been led down a dangerous false turn".
'This is a democratic and patriotic effort to recover our future and we welcome support for our efforts from many quarters.'

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Open Society Global Board
Mark Malloch­‐Brown
chairs or is on the board of a number of (Soros) nonprofit boards including the International Crisis Group, the Open Society Foundations, the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, and the Centre for Global Development
is a former number two in the United Nations as well as having served in the British cabinet and foreign office. He now sits in the House of Lords and is active both in business and in the nonprofit world. He also remains deeply involved in international affairs.
He is currently chairman of SGO and its elections division Smartmatic, a leading elections technology company. He is on the boards of Investec and Seplat, which are listed on the London as well as Johannesburg and Lagos stock markets respectively. He is also on the board of Kerogen, an oil and gas private equity fund. He is a senior adviser to FTI Consulting where he previously led its EMEA practice.
 Other positions have included vice‐chairman of George Soros’s investment funds as well as his Open Society Foundations philanthropy, a vice president at the World Bank, and the lead international partner in a political consulting firm. He also has served as vice chairman of the World Economic Forum. He began his career as a journalist at the Economist. (Sir David Bell, non-executive director)
He served as deputy secretary-­general and chief of staff of the UN under Kofi Annan. For six years before that he was the administrator of the UNDP, leading the UN’s development efforts around the world. He was later minister of state in the foreign office, covering Africa and Asia, and was a member of Gordon Brown’s cabinet.
He is also a distinguished practitioner of the Blavatnik School of Government at Oxford University and was formerly a visiting distinguished fellow at the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization. He has a number of honorary degrees. He was knighted in 2007 for his contribution to international affairs. He is the author of The Unfinished Global Revolution and in 2005 Time Magazine put him on its list of the 100 most influential people in the world. He continues to write, broadcast, and lecture about international issues.

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