George Soros’s foundation backs campaign to reverse Brexit

Jessica Elgot — Feb 7, 2018


A key pro-EU campaign to reverse the Brexit vote has been given more than £400,000 of funding by American billionaire George Soros’s foundation, the Guardian can disclose.

The business magnate, who is the founder of the Open Society Foundation (OSF), made more than £1bn betting against the pound on Black Wednesday, which forced the British government to pull it from the European exchange rate mechanism.

The Best for Britain campaign, which advocates remaining in the EU, rather than fighting for a soft Brexit, has received the six-figure sum from OSF since the June 2017 election, sources have told the Guardian.

The campaign is chaired by Lord Malloch-Brown, a former UK government minister and deputy UN secretary general.

It was co-founded by Gina Miller, who took the UK government to court over the triggering of the Article 50 process to leave the European Union.

Malloch-Brown said the campaign group had followed all rules and regulations governing financial contribution. “We, like millions of people, believe that Britain should lead, not leave, Europe,” he said.

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The organisation has a full-time staff of about 10 people and a training programme led by Mike Moffo, a senior organiser for former US president Barack Obama.


Comment — Feb 8, 2018

There’s quite a line-up of trans-national activists behind this campaign. Note that apart from Mike Moffo, senior organiser for former US president Obama you also have Lord Malloch-Brown, a deputy UN secretary general and development specialist at the World Bank.
That’s the same international financial body that keeps large parts of the developing world permanently enslaved with debt.
So it’s fitting that this campaign should be funded by George Soros. The Hungarian born financier has bankrolled a variety of political movements over the past few decades. Apart from Black Lives Matter and various groups involved in the Ferguson protests, Soros also bankrolled the “Rose Revolution” in Georgia in 2003 and the “Orange Revolution” in Ukraine in 2004.
Wherever possible Soros has used his financial weight to feed and foment discontent, often in concert with the CIA.
A prime example today being Ukraine. “Saved” from Russian domination by Soros and now racked by internecine conflict and ruled over by Western aligned Jewish oligarch’s and neo-Nazis.
In other words everything touched Soros’s money is tainted and his backing for this campaign should be seen as a warning to withhold support. Ed.

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