Farage attacks Soros, EU political cronies head on in Parliament VIDEO

Pam Barker | Director of TLB Europe Reloaded Project

As we all know by now, George Soros’ name is synonymous with global color revolutions and a whole host of NGOs funded by his Open Society Foundations to effect regime change in a variety of SorosOpenSocietyFoundationscountries resistant to the global hegemonic agenda. Indeed, Soros is considered by some to be the front for the CIA.

His ties to, and influence over, members of the European Parliament and other European leaders is also known, but becoming more so with the recent publication of a list of 226 Euro MPs from across the political spectrum that Soros operatives consider likely to do his bidding. The recent release of the Paradise Papers comes to ICIJus courtesy of the Soros-funded International Consortium of Investigative Journalists which, in the opinion of some, is being used to take aim at targets Soros dislikes, including no less than the Queen. All this as Soros just dumped some $18 billion of his own money into his foundations.

Let Farage join the dots in this 4 minute video.

Featured image of Nigel Farage courtesy of Twitter 

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