Thursday, January 18, 2018
By Paul Martin

Collapse of superstate practically inevitable

Dan Lyman
JANUARY 18, 2018

The European Union is heading towards collapse as nationalist-populism ignites the hearts and minds of Westerners, globalist kingpin George Soros has warned.

In an interview with the Financial Times – which painted Soros as a freedom-fighting philanthropist, unjustly vilified by right-wing extremists and anti-Semitic authoritarian strongmen – Soros lamented that nationalism is the ascending ideology du jour, and that Vladimir Putin’s Russia is sailing to supremacy on its cresting wave.

“It’s déjà vu all over again with one big change — the dominant ideology in the world now is nationalism,” Soros said. “It’s the EU that’s the institution that’s on the verge of a breakdown. And Russia is now the resurgent power, based on nationalism.”

“Putin doesn’t like me,” he added, asserting that Russia engineers many of the attacks on Soros and his Open Societies Foundation (OSF).

While Soros may have his own objectives for forewarning of the EU’s impending implosion, ever-widening cracks in the superstate’s structure are manifesting at a stunning rate.

Infowars reported yesterday on both a new initiative in Switzerland aiming to sever key ties with the bloc – which would serve as a devastating blow to Brussels, with a non-member state distancing itself further from the toxic ‘experiment’ – and also a clash between the godmother of mass migration, Angela Merkel, and boy-wonder Sebastian Kurz, Austria’s 31-year-old nationalist-populist chancellor.

The core issue in both scenarios is the primary weapon and achilles heel of globalism: immigration.

“I am convinced that the solution to the migration issue lies in proper external border management and greater local assistance,” Kurz told Merkel on Wednesday. “We need a European Union that focuses more on the big issues and withdraws when it comes to small issues on which nations or regions can better decide for themselves.”

Kurz’s statements echo those of his contemporaries in neighboring countries such as the Czech Republic and Hungary, where Soros was born and now finds staunch resistance from the government of Viktor Orban, who has accused Soros of ‘declaring war’ on Hungary.

In return, Hungary has engaged Soros and the agenda he proudly fuels with billions of his own dollars.

Earlier this week, Hungary passed a package of laws called “Stop Soros,” which aim to impose hefty levies on foreign funding of groups promoting illegal immigration, and may even pursue stiffer penalties against such organizations, which PM Orban has called proxies of the ‘Soros mafia network.’

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