Breitbart is one of the most trafficked websites in the world. Their powerful influence is beginning to play a major role in identifying (and taking down) globalists. George Soros, in particular, is now finding out his “borderless” vision for Europe is being met with resistance by many government officials.
Last year’s Brexit vote, which saw the UK vote to leave the European Union, marked the beginning of the end for the once-powerful EU. It was a result of the idea their borders could be open to anyone—especially violent migrants. Citizens were concerned that they no longer had a voice in their own country because of their involvement with the EU; they needed to abide by policies decided outside of their country. The EU embodies globalization—just like the United Nations.
Since Brexit, many other European nations have been looking to exit the EU. The UK’s newfound independence has had a domino effect across European politics. Countries should be able to decide what they want for themselves.
Many people have been left wondering just why their nations were supporting globalist ideas—especially since their own citizens were made to suffer with murders and rapes through open-border policies. Upon research, many have found billionaire George Soros financed countless foundations (and continues to) that fight to influence foreign governments. Media-giant Breitbart has done a large amount of reporting that exposed the billionaire’s innerworking.
“Investigations by Breitbart News into the global network run by George Soros have contributed to the negative atmosphere the billionaire has been facing in Europe.
The news outlet reported the Hungarian government’s move to minimize the influence of Soros’s Open Society Foundations and other foreign-funded non-governmental organizations, or NGOs, is being ‘seemingly buoyed by US President Donald Trump’s election victory and the ascendance of the alt-right in Washington.’”
European countries are now acting to get rid of Soros’s influence. These countries are reported by Politico as including Romania, Poland, Serbia, Bulgaria and Slovakia. The “Stop Soros” movement continues to grow stronger as non-EU nations are attempting to keep globalist influence out of their countries.