Hundreds of European Union parliament members are listed as “reliable allies” of the George Soros network in a new document revealed by website DC Leaks. The influence the Hungarian-American investor and business magnate potentially wields, as a result, should alarm Europeans, according to an official from Hungary.
The list of 226 MEPs circulating within Soros’s Open Society Foundation organization is alarming to Dr. Zoltán Kovács, Hungary’s secretary of state for public diplomacy, who says the billionaire’s group is a danger to Europe “as a whole.”
“If this report threatened only Hungary, it wouldn’t be a problem. The Hungarian government has grown accustomed to countering the groundless accusations and false information used by the proponents of this radical open society agenda. But this time it’s not just Hungary. It endangers the future of Europe as a whole,” Dr. Kovács said.
The list reportedly includes former President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz, seven vice-presidents, and a number of committee heads, coordinators, and officials.
The government spokesman questioned how Soros was able to meet with President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker with “no transparent agenda for their closed-door meeting,” and pointed out how EU proposals to redistribute quotas of migrants across the EU are eerily familiar to Soros’s own self-published plan for dealing with the crisis.
Once labeled a conspiracy theory, claims that Soros has influence over EU migration policy don’t seem so far-fetched considering “key players in European institutions” are listed as “trustworthy allies of the financial speculator’s goals,” the report notes. As Breitbart points out, the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) recently proposed a change to make the migrant quota a permanent feature in the EU’s asylum rules.
According to Dr. Kovács, Soros believes that the European Union “should receive millions of immigrants from the Middle East and Northern Africa, provide each one with an annual 15,000 EUR in aid, and resettle these migrants in member-states where they do not wish to go and are not necessarily welcome.”
Kovács also says the goal is “outrageous.”
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