Erdogan revenged Soros
Recep Tayyip Erdogan breaks the back of globalism. After Russia and Hungary, the Soros Foundation will be closed in Turkey. In 2013, the Open Society inspired mass protests in the country due to the cutting down of trees in Gezi Park, Erdogan was on the verge of overthrow. After the presidential election, the Turkish leader has become strong enough to challenge the American billionaire
The Turkish President decided to cover the Open Society Soros Foundation, which, he said, provokes a split of the Turkish nation. Erdogan called the American financier "Hungarian Jew" and accused him of "spending his wealth on the division of peoples and countries."
The Soros Foundation is the most powerful non-governmental organization behind the 2013 Turkish Disorders. The reason for the protests was the discontent of the people cutting down the Gezi Park in Istanbul. About 2.5 million people mobilized for rallies throughout the country.But in fact, discontent was controlled from the outside, in order to overthrow the Prime Minister Erdogan, weaken Turkey, and perhaps even dismember it with the hands of the Kurdish opposition and militants.Turkey withstood the blow. But why did they decide to close the fund only after five years? The fact is that at that time Erdogan was the prime minister and remained a politically vulnerable figure. Three years later, there was another, more serious attempt, but Erdogan again stood. After June 24, 2018, the situation changed dramatically. Turkey passed from parliamentary to presidential form of government, and Erdogan, as president, received full power. Now he has the opportunity to challenge the Master of the Globalists world.
Speaking about the Soros Foundation, one should understand what kind of cancer tumor Turkey is getting rid of. The American NGO is the banner of globalism and all its ugly manifestations. Such as gay propaganda, same-sex marriage, and all that destroys the family, traditions, and ultimately, the sovereignty of the state. Turning it into a bunch of indifferent, immoral and godless people.
The Soros Foundation has launched its tentacles throughout Europe and the CIS, operating in more than three dozen countries. The Open Society was behind the color revolutions in Serbia, Ukraine, Georgia and Kyrgyzstan. The imposition of liberal-democratic standards went hand in hand with the destruction of their close relations with Russia. After the fraternal republics, they repeatedly tried to arrange a coup in Russia itself. But in 2015, the Prosecutor General’s Office stopped the activities of Soros, including the “Open Society” in the list of undesirable organizations.
The example of Russia was recently followed by the Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban, whom globalists almost forced to accept refugees according to European quotas. In September, the European Parliament threatened Budapest with penalties for Hungary’s violation of democracy and the rule of law.
It is obvious that Hungary and Turkey, fighting the Soros Foundation, are acting out of their national interests. But, given that these interests coincide with the Russian ones, one can only applaud the courage of Viktor Orban and Recep Tayyip Erdogan. In the fight against the Soros Foundation, there are now three sensible states.