Soros, MasterCard Launch Venture to Profit from Mass Migration
Billionaire leftist looks to cash in on refugee crisis he helped create
Billionaire activist and arch globalist George Soros just won’t let his dream of a borderless, cultureless world free of Western values die.
Soros is partnering with MasterCard Inc. to create Humanity Ventures, with the ostensible purpose of improving the lives of migrants through investments in education and health care, and fostering economic development in migrant communities.
“Humanity Ventures is intended to be profitable so as to stimulate involvement from other businesspeople.”
“Migrants are often forced into lives of despair in their host communities because they cannot gain access to financial, healthcare and government services,” Soros said on Thursday in a joint statement with MasterCard.
“Our potential investment in this social enterprise, coupled with MasterCard’s ability to create products that serve vulnerable communities, can show how private capital can play a constructive role in solving social problems,” he continued.
But while Soros’ previous political efforts have largely been almost entirely in the form of his foundation making grants to other entities, Humanity Ventures appears a longer-term, more intensive project.
“Humanity Ventures is intended to be profitable so as to stimulate involvement from other businesspeople,” Soros said in his statement. Clearly it’s not enough for Soros that he spends his money on encouraging mass migration — he wants other millionaires and billionaires to do so also and is enticing them to do so with the promise of profit.
Soros is one of the world’s most prominent proponents of the displacement of Westerners and erosion of traditional Western identity through mass migration. His Open Society Foundations has donated millions of dollars to organizations and causes promoting everything from mass migration to radical feminism.
His destructive activities are so prolific that last week, Szilard Nemeth, vice-chairman of Hungary’s ruling Fidesz Party, called for OSF and any organizations it funds to be banished from the country.
“These organizations must be pushed back with all available tools, and I think they must be swept out, and now I believe the international conditions are right for this with the election of [Donald Trump],” Nemeth said.
Nemeth's comments follow Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's declaration in December that the year 2017 would be "about the extrusion of George Soros and the forces symbolized by him." Every country "will want to displace Soros," Orban said. "This can already be seen in Europe. They investigate where the money comes from, what kind of intelligence connections there are, which NGOs represent what interests."
Unfortunately for those who cherish national sovereignty, border security, and traditional values, OSF is not prepared to go quietly into the night and leave sovereign nations to administer their own affairs.
"The Open Society Foundation [sic] will continue to work in Hungary despite government opposition to our mission of fairer, accountable societies," the group's president, Christopher Stone, told Bloomberg last week. "In Hungary and around the world, we are more focused than ever on working with local groups to strengthen democratic practice, rights, and justice."