Hungary is sounding the alarm on George Soros’ announcement that he was contributing one billion dollars to build a network of colleges around the world.
You might think colleges move too far to the left now, but it can get much worse and it would like anything else Soros touches.
Soros is a confirmed globalist and a far far leftist and he has billions to spend.
That is a very dangerous combination.
Hungary Warns Europe Is in Danger as Leak Reveals Soros Network’s List of ‘Reliable Allies’ in EU Parliament
— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) October 31, 2017
Soros says that the Open Society University Network would the most enduring project he has ever undertaken and it scares me to think he is right.
Imagine entire colleges preaching the Soros doctrine.
And even more dangerous will be the graduates as they work their way into the fabrics of business and government.
There are a lot of struggling colleges and universities out there that would welcome an infusion of some of that billion dollars.
And they would be most willing to take multiple suggestions from George Soros to get it.
I am glad I am an old man with no surviving children, so I don’t have to worry about what this may do to the world.
“In Soros’s view, it is high time [for] Open Society Foundation, the vehicle through which he funds myriad endeavours to advance an ideologically-driven political agenda, to build on his previous efforts and develop ‘a new and innovative educational network that the world really needs’,” observed Dr Zoltán Kovács, Hungary’s Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Relations, in an official blog entry.
“Certainly, tens of millions of voters around the world would agree that this is what the world really needs,” he added sarcastically.
“As we’ve said before, the international media and advocates of globalism enjoy referring to Mr Soros as a ‘philanthropist’ engaged in ‘charitable giving’,” continued the spokesman.
“But all you really have to do is listen to Soros himself. He’s pretty clear about his determination to push his open society agenda.”