By Steve Dellar  |  04-20-2018   News
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Austrian newspaper Die Presse had quite the scoop yesterday evening when it comes to news involving Eastern Europe. It would appear that the George Soros Open Society Foundation is closing up shop in Budapest (Mr Soros is Hungarian-American) and moving to Berlin, Germany instead. The move comes one week after a newspaper loyal to Prime Minister Viktor Orban published a list of all people in Hungary paid for by Mr Soros.

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Just after Mr Orban’s overwhelming election win, the pro-government newspaper Figyelo had published the list of what it entitled are the Soros "mercenaries" present in Hungary.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en-gb"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">The Hungarian PM Viktor Orban seems to be successful in his efforts to get rid of George Soros.<br><br>The Hungarian branch of the Open Society Foundation is closing down &amp; moving to Berlin.<br><br>Soros is also losing his Central European University which is leaving Budapest for Vienna. <a href="https://t.co/ujbKDz7P94">pic.twitter.com/ujbKDz7P94</a></p>&mdash; Poland Daily (@PolandDaily) <a href="https://twitter.com/PolandDaily/status/987073378744811520?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">19 April 2018</a></blockquote>

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The list contained some 200 names which included leftwing academics, NGO employees, journalists and politicians. Many of the people named also worked at another Budapest-based project funded by Mr George Soros called the Central European University.

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European-wide chief of Open Society Foundation, the former US ambassador Mr Patrick Gaspard, informed the Budapest personnel this week that as of end of August the institute would close after nearly three decades in the country.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en-gb"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">This is a BIG loss for Hungary, which has always profited disproportionately from OSF being based in Budapest. No more! They are moving to Berlin! Expect CEU to leave soon too! <a href="https://t.co/8ozrIJ4jDy">https://t.co/8ozrIJ4jDy</a></p>&mdash; Cas Mudde 🤘 (@CasMudde) <a href="https://twitter.com/CasMudde/status/987045476074708996?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">19 April 2018</a></blockquote>

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The fight between Mr Soros and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban dates back to the latter’s rise to power in 2010. Mr Orban immediately portrayed the Hungarian-American billionaire as a powerful whilst at the same time sinister figure who was keen to undermine the power of the state in order to reverse the strict anti-migrant policies that Mr Orban’s party wanted to put in place.

As Soon as Mr Orban became prime minister, the gloves were off and the Budapest streets started seeing anti-Soros posters. When the European migrant crisis started in 2015-2016, Hungary was one of the first to install fences at its border, to the great dismay of Mr Soros.

Source:

https://diepresse.com/home/ausland/aussenpolitik/5408919/SorosInstitut-verlaesst-Budapest

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Anonymous No. 23594 1524228259

Exposed he must "Move-On"

Anonymous No. 23659 1524268937

Moving to pussy Germany

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