George Soros and the New Normal, by Taki Theodoracopulos.
Multibillionaire currency manipulator and culture destroyer George Soros was hatched from a dinosaur egg in Hungary in 1930. It’s a little known fact that he was spawned as a result of a one-night stand between Lucifer and the flying Japanese monster-movie pterosaur Rodan. Openly hostile toward all things European, Soros is widely regarded as the most evil man alive. …
George Soros is a very bad man. We must stop this evil, scaly pterodactyl before he destroys all that is good and righteous and holy.
Soros is so influential over media and politics that the media doesn’t mention his massive role in politics. When the hacker collective DC Leaks recently released over 2,500 documents from Soros’s Open Society Foundations, most major media outlets didn’t make a peep.
Among the leaked documents include a May 12 memo titled “Migration Governance and Enforcement Portfolio Review.” It urges cooperation between Soros-funded groups and “leaders in the field” to “shape migration policymaking” and combat “growing intolerance toward migrants.”
[M]oney that George Soros funnels into politics is designed to beat down the public consciousness to the point where they accept that being invaded and replaced and raped and decapitated is the “new normal.”
Other leaked documents reveal that in the year 2014 alone, Soros funded more than 90 separate projects designed to manipulate European elections. …
The hacks also reveal that Soros has poured cash into racial advocacy groups such as La Raza and Black Lives Matter. His multifarious front groups tried influencing US Supreme Court Justices to align with Barack Obama’s amnesty program, bribed journalists to cover events in Ukraine in ways sympathetic to Soros’s interests, and directed media smear campaigns against specified “Islamophobic” pundits such as Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller.
Sadly the rather non-diverse Australian media has been very cheap for Soros to influence, starting with Getup!
The Australian arm of the Soros network is GetUp!.