TRPR 52 – George Soros trying to buy off Brexit.

This is news only show with an emphasis on George Soros through his Open Society and through his Best for Britain trying to buy off or to prevent Brexit.

Show notes

The Red Pill Report episode 52.

Welcome and thanks for listening.

Introduction

Welcome to The Red Pill Report

Thanks for listening and a brief explanation of who and what The Red Pill Report is.

News

No show notes this week, but a link to the Telegraph article on George Soros.

George Soros, the man who ‘broke the Bank of England’, backing secret plot to thwart Brexit

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Forget Russia, what about George Soros!

For at least the last year we have heard almost nothing but, “The Russians… this that or the other.”

The Russian collaboration investigation in the States has come up with nothing so far and there is little more than hearsay here in the UK. There is the odd talk of Russian bots, or of Ukrainian hackers, but we are more than aware that any good hacker would be covering their tracks very well.

What we know very well is that George Soros IS definitely doing his best to interfere with the democratic proses here in the UK, just as he often does in the USA, and in many other countries around the world.

While we should be wary of Russian or any other foreign countries interfering with our or other countries democrat prosses, we must not overlook the open and declared interference of a foreign national, just because he is a billionaire.

Iain Duncan Smith demanded Best for Britain, hand back the £400,000 (that Soros has funneled to them). He told the Sun: “He’s not a British citizen and therefore can’t even vote. Therefore I expect by tomorrow all decency demands they hand the money back and say ‘No thank you’.”

I think that the government should call George Soros before something like a select committee or the like and reprimand him for this interference and tell him that if there are more attempts at manipulating the British political system, we will put sanctions on him.

Remainers buying MP’s committee.

Should a campaigning group be allowed to give money to an All-Party Parliamentary Group that is looking at the subject that the group is campaigning on?

If not illegal, it certainly gives the impression that MP’s opinions are for sale.

The anti-Brexit group Best for Britain, in part funded by George Soros’s Open Society Foundation, has reportedly given the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on EU Relations “secretariat support” worth up to £21,000.

I am sure that they will come up with some very good sounding reasoning behind this gift, but you don’t give £21,000 for nothing.

The purpose of the APPG on EU Relations is “to promote a positive and progressive relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union following the outcome of the EU Referendum.” The stated aim of Best for Britain, (the campaign name for UK-EU Open Policy Ltd.) is to “To Stop Brexit!”

That feels to me like there is a conflict of interest.