[Ed. – The effect of Soros inside Hungary is as if the SPLC in the U.S. could collude with the UN to undermine U.S. sovereignty inside our borders. Hungary is refusing to let Soros’ organizations operate that way — i.e., leveraging the EU’s authority vis-a-vis Hungary rather than the UN’s. The pivotal issue is Soros’ open borders push. Hungary under Orban isn’t standing for it. Now Soros is moving his OSF headquarters, which has been in Budapest for about 20 years, somewhere else.]
The announcement Tuesday that a foundation run by US-Hungarian liberal billionaire George Soros will quit Hungary puts the spotlight once again on the favourite whipping boy of Western nationalists.
Over three decades since it began, Soros’s Open Society Foundations (OSF) threw in the towel, citing Hungary’s “increasingly repressive political and legal environment”. …
In recent years Hungary’s fiercely anti-immigration Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who himself received a Soros scholarship to study at Oxford, has accused Soros of orchestrating Europe’s migration crisis.
But the anti-Soros rhetoric is far from being limited to just Hungary.