After bankrolling everything from the Obama campaign and Occupy Wall Street to open-borders activists and revolutionary movements around the world, billionaire globalist George Soros has a new target: churches and pastors in the nation of Georgia that are worried about surrendering their future to the European Union. Yes, the same EU that Soros, a self-described atheist, recently said was on the “verge of collapse.”
The Soros-globalist agenda here is simple and fairly transparent. In essence, Soros and various European governments are tired of pastors from the Georgian Orthodox Church warning their flocks about the dangers of surrendering their sovereignty and right to self-government to the increasingly radical EU super-state. And so, they are using Soros money and taxpayer funds to “train” the pastors in how to love the EU and promote it to their trusting congregations.
The Soros organization at the center of the scheming is known as the “Center for Development and Democracy,” or CDD. Ironically, the revelations about Soros’ efforts to co-opt the church in Georgia came from one of Soros’ own propaganda organs, Eurasianet.org, which was touting the schemes. A similar phenomenon occurred recently in the United States, when Soros-funded anti-police activists and riots were promoted in Soros-funded propaganda outlets that eventually filtered into the national news, which rarely, if ever, mentioned Soros’ role in all of it.