War Erupts Between Italy's Government And Soros: "You Profited From The Death Of Hundreds Of People"

A feud has broken out between liberal billionaire activist and fervent Clinton supporter, George Soros, and Italy's anti-immigrant League party, which on Friday formed a  populist movement in coalition with the 5-Star party, and whose leader Matteo Salvini stepped into his new job as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior on Friday, pledging to deport hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants.

Salvini's League and the 5-Star Movement struck a deal Thursday on a coalition government which will work towards "putting Italians first" (and potentially making life for Europe a living hell with the ongoing threat of Quitaly, which according to JPMorgan may be Rome's best outcome), ending five days of market volatility and political chaos.

In response, George Soros flipped out, openly suggesting that Salvini might be financed by Vladimir Putin, saying he is "very worried about Russia's influence on Europe in general and on the new Italian government." 

"I do not know if Salvini was funded by Moscow, but the public has a right to know" said Soros.

Soros translated: Any government who puts their citizens ahead of migrants is now a Putin puppet.

The League's economics policy chief, Claudio Borghi hit back against Soros, stating (translated):

"Soros worried by the Italian government? Then it means that we are going in the right direction... We understand that those who have speculated for years on the skin of immigrants, financing NGOs and smugglers to invade Italy. 

"The wind has changed for [Soros] and for all those who have profited from the deaths of hundreds of people."

Soros also admits in Italy's Corriere della Sera newspaper that the League's growing influence is a reflection on "Europe's flawed migration policies that imposed an unfair burden on Italy." His solution? Instead of resettling the migrants, the EU needs to pay Italy. 

“It follows from the voluntary principle that the problem ... cannot be addressed by forced resettlement, but only by the EU financially compensating Italy for the migrants that land there,” wrote Soros, who also warned “There is a strong inclination in Europe to use the occasion [of the new government] to teach Italy a lesson ... If the EU follows this line, it will dig its own grave by provoking a negative response from the Italian electorate, which would then re-elect Movimento 5 Stelle and Lega Nord with an increased majority.”

Italy is far from the first European nation to reject Soros's open border ideology. 

Most markedly, Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orbán, based his successful re-election campaign this year on attacking a supposed “Soros plan” to flood Hungary with Muslim migrants. In his opinion piece, Soros rubbishes the accusation as “false and ridiculous”.

He said: “Forcibly relocating [migrants] to other countries is neither possible nor desirable. Other countries, particularly Poland and Hungary, would strenuously resist ... I have always advocated that the allocation of refugees within Europe should be entirely voluntary.” -The Guardian

Poland and the Czech Republic have also notably resisted Soros's policies. 

Ironically, the globalist establishment's stiff resistance against Salvini and Europe's populist wave (which on Sunday, swept across Slovenia where the anti-immigration SDS party soundly won the local elections) continues to backfire, and as Bloomberg reports, public support for the League strengthened as polls showed Salvini's party narrowing the lead of its ally, the Five Star Movement, to less than 2%.

Support for the anti-immigrant League grew to 28.5 percent, compared with 17.4 percent of votes received in March 4 general elections, according to an Ipsos poll published Saturday in Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera. Luigi Di Maio’s anti-establishment Five Star saw its support fall slightly to 30.1 percent from 32.7 percent of ballots on March 4, according to the poll.

And with Italy set to send back hundreds of thousands of immigrants to neighboring liberal European countries, we can only wonder how an "enlightened" and "progressive" Europe will get along with their new migrant residents  the next time the global economy coughs up a hairball and people start to pay closer attention to where their tax dollars are going. 

Comments

HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 gmrpeabody Sun, 06/03/2018 - 15:37 Permalink

Great news! Don't call them anything other than what they are: freeloaders and gimmigrants come to suck off the the government tit, for life. Less than 3% of these idiots end up employed. The biggest lie of our century is these losers will contribute to any economy outside of their home country. No, they are a massive net loss!

Quote from the article: "Matteo Salvini stepped into his new job as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior on Friday, pledging to deport hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants." Good. Do it!

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BigJim A Sentinel Sun, 06/03/2018 - 17:50 Permalink

“It follows from the voluntary principle that the problem ... cannot be addressed by forced resettlement, but only by the EU financially compensating Italy for the migrants that land there,” wrote Soros

If migration is so good for developed nations, why isn't Georgie-porgie suggesting Italy compensate the EU for selfishly keeping all those fabulous migrants to itself? Why does it need to be compensated?

*confused*

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yvhmer DisorderlyConduct Mon, 06/04/2018 - 04:29 Permalink

The EU, in Soros's mind, should take on more debt: Meaning a system of bond issuance that the current treaties do not endorse.  Such a system was proposed in 08 to counter the banking crisis . 

So, now we have this. 

And add to that the prospect of a new bankingcrisis paired to a sovereign debt crisis. .. Yummy 

What he is actually saying is that pumping refugees into the EU will eventually bind all EU citizens in bondage to the big financiers .....

People like Soros.. ...

 

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BigJim MANvsMACHINE Sun, 06/03/2018 - 18:39 Permalink

Yes, given how anti-Statist Rogers' utterances are, versus just how crony-capitalist Soros is, it does seem a bit of a mystery.

It's worth remembering that Rogers quit Soros' Quantum Fund in 1980, though, so perhaps that was well before Soros began all his meddlings. The latter got his big "break the bank of England" boost well over a decade later; perhaps that's when Soros realised just how much money could be made from betting with and against governments and the taxpayers they (are supposed to) represent.

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NuYawkFrankie MANvsMACHINE Sun, 06/03/2018 - 19:10 Permalink

Jimmah "Aw Schucks!" Rogers is a fake phoney fraud...

don't let that dumb bow-tie and that folksy Southern drawl fool you... he took Schwartz's shekels and he's keepin his syrupy mouth S-H-U-T!

In fact, to hear 'Jimmah' talk you'd think he'd NEVER HEARD of Georgi Schwartz - let alone PARTNERED with him!
It's almost enough to get some "suspicious" folk to thinkin that MAYBE there was some sorta Kosha Nostra 'Oath Of Omerta' in there somewhere...

Aint that right... Jimmah???

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