DAILYKENN.com -- Next, ban his descendants and followers.
Reportedly Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has given a Soros front organization to leave the nation.
It's difficult to confirm this story. No other news source seems to corroborate.
However, a report in January claims Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is attempting to ban a fraternity with National Socialists leanings.
More recently a report claimed his government backed an effort to seat Israel on the Security Council.
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31-year-old Sebastian Kurz, Austria’s youngest ever leader, has told colleagues that action must be taken immediately, after news broke that George Soros has donated $18 billion of his $24 billion dollar fortune to his Open Society Foundation.
“The situation has become critical,” Kurz said. “Soros is throwing everything he has behind his push for global control. Misinformation and media manipulation has already increased exponentially overnight. We have no room for complacency.“
Kurz, a self-described truther who says he was “red pilled” by the 9/11 film Loose Change, claims that he understands the Soros agenda, and “there is no way in hell this country will be his fifth victim.”
It is understood the Austrian chancellor is referring to the number of national economies Soros has crashed in order to gain enormous personal profit and political influence.
Asked why he was banning George Soros’s Open Society Foundations, Kurz said, “Because it’s 2017.“
The news that Soros has released 75% of his vast fortune to push his political and social agenda has caused shockwaves around the world, with many democratically elected leaders expressing fear that the sheer weight of his billions, used to buy politicians and journalists, will be difficult to fight against.
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