Bill Clinton upset NATO allies in a broadly unreported gaffe accusing Poland and Hungary of thinking “democracy is too much trouble” and wanting to have an “authoritarian dictatorship.” This is despite the fact that Poland recently held elections turfing out the establishment political parties in an election with a higher turnout than Mr. Clinton’s re-election in 1996.
Hungary is one of the European countries doing the most to hold back Muslim immigration. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban (see his “Shall we be slaves or men set free?” speech) accused Mr. Clinton of repeating Soros-inspired campaign lines:
These are not accidental slips of the tongue. And [the number of] these slips or remarks have been multiplying since we are living in the era of the migrant crisis. And we all know that behind the leaders of the Democratic Party, we have to see George Soros.
And George Soros published his six points supporting the Muslim migration to Europe, in which he announced that at least one million Muslims should be allowed [into Europe] each year, that they must be provided a safe path and that Europe should be happy to get such a chance and shouldn’t be defending against it. He also said that it will cost a lot of money, which he’d loan.
So, here, in Central Europe a shadow power exists, which is linked to George Soros. He is one of the most important sponsors of the Democratic Party, so I have to say that although the mouth belongs to Clinton, the voice belongs to George Soros. And since Hungary is where it is, I mean geographically it is where it is and wants to protect its national sovereignty and security, we are a blockade for this Soros plan in America. They will not carry it out here as long as Hungary has a government working in the national interest.
Soros’s personal fortune stands at about $24 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index… [His] Open Society Foundations say they have spent some $13 billion over the past three decades.
I could do a lot of influencing if I spent $13b.