Alex Soros, son of leftwing billionaire financier George Soros and new chairman of Open Society Foundations, rejected claims that his globalist funding operation will “retreat” from Europe, while warning that former President Trump poses a risk to EU “unity” if re-elected.
Writing in POLITICO, the 37-year-old Soros empire scion said that reports claiming that his group is planning on leaving Europe were “misleading,” but declared that the focus of the Soros machine will likely shift east as the “future of accountable, democratic government in Europe is now being determined not just in Paris and Berlin but also in Warsaw, Kyiv and Prague.”
“This isn’t any kind of a retreat,” Soros maintained, while acknowledging that OSF will be reducing the number of its employees “significantly” in order to “ensure more money goes out to where it’s most needed.”
Alex Soros, who has met with at least 20 officials from the Biden Administration according to White House visitor logs, suggested that a central focus of his operations will be to prevent former President Trump or any other “MAGA-style” Republican from taking back power in next year’s presidential elections.
He argued that were Trump or another similarly-minded candidate to win the White House, it could end up being “worse for the EU than for the U.S.”
“Such an outcome will imperil European unity and undermine the progress achieved on many fronts in response to the war in Ukraine. We are adapting OSF to be able to respond to whatever scenarios might emerge, on both sides of the Atlantic,” the Open Society Foundations chairman wrote.
One of the leading opponents of George Soros in Europe, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán warned in June that Alex Soros “dictates an even tougher pace” than his father and that his country is preparing for the Soros family to “incite the migrants, and increase the pressure on Hungary’s southern border.”