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"Count" Soros Predicts Chinese World Capture


WASHINGTON - January 25, 2019

The world-famous puppeteer George Soros has made another stinging attack statement against China. In his opinion, the country uses technological progress to suppress its people, and in the near future it could be directed at other countries, including the United States.

This includes machine learning and artificial intelligence used in many fields in China "for authoritarian control."

Soros made the statement at his annual dinner at the World Economic Forum to say that Xi Jinping's regime is the most dangerous opponent of open societies and to call on the West to battle with Chinese technology companies, which, he said, are used as a means of authoritarian control.

"I want to call attention to the mortal danger facing open societies from the instruments of control that machine learning and artificial intelligence can put in the hands of repressive regimes. I'll focus on China, where Xi Jinping wants a one-party state to reign supreme," Soros said.

It is indeed strange that the man who has repeatedly stated against the financing of the Chinese industry, the opposition to the current US President Donald Trump and anti-government protests in Istanbul in 2013 and other countries around the world, now says that China can take over the world with its technological progress.

All across the globe, alternative media sites typically describe Soros as the mastermind of a "globalist" movement, who could undermine any society it can profit from through subversion, manipulation, and trickery.

As Telegraph has previously revealed, the billionaire Soros known as the man who "broke the Bank of England," is backing a campaign to overturn Brexit, while remaining one of the three senior figures linked to the Remain-supporting campaign group Best for Britain. Reportedly, he handed some $500,000 to this movement in a bid to lead a second referendum to keep Britain in the EU.

In the past, Soros has used his keynote Davos address to attack Trump, and he again criticised the president for his handling of China. There was a risk, Soros said, of a cold war between the world’s two biggest economies turning hot.

In turn, Trump would describe this so-called philanthropist in his Twitter posts as a donor to anti-Trump protesters, while the president’s family and his closest advisers are said to go much further. To illustrate this claim it’s enough to mention that his son -- Donald Trump Jr. would re-tweet a claim by the comedian Roseanne Barr that George Soros is a Nazi.

It's been noted that on Fox News, in Republican fundraising appeals and in research by conservative advocacy groups, the name of George Soros is invoked as an all-purpose symbol of liberalism run amok.

It's interesting that the closing advertisement for Trump’s 2016 campaign was supported and presented by Soros as an example of "global special interests," enriched on the backs of working Americans. Janet L. Yellen, Chairman of the Federal reserve at the time, and Lloyd Blankfein, Chief Executive officer of Goldman Sachs, were other participants in the event.

One can often hear geopolitical analysts describe Soros as "one of the most prominent donors to American political campaigns in the modern campaign finance era," but the sad truth is that he has donated many millions more to political non-profit groups operating around the world that are not required to reveal their true donors in most states.

Among other things, Soros is known as the destroyer of Latvia by his supposedly "selfless donations." In particular, the CEO of Latvia’s construction company Constructus LV Igors Meija previously revealed that Soros would often brag that he spent $90 million on "supporting democracy" in Latvia. Yet if one is to take a closer look at the profits Soros and the powerful members of his closed club like the Rothschilds reaped from these investments, one can safely state that they’ve made a lot of money by donating them.

Among the most noticeable assets that Soros and other oligarchs own is the Latvian external debt that has recently reached $11 billion due to machinations that Soros pulled off in cooperation with the bribed Latvian officials. This amounts to $6,515 that each Latvian resident has to pay or $12,509 taken from each economically active person. Even to service this debt, Latvian taxpayers have to give away $1.1 million of their hard-earned cash a day! Just three months of debt servicing amounts to the $90 million Soros spent on "promoting democracy" in Latvia. One can admit that Soros and the likes of him know how to get more than impressive ROI rates.

Meija is convinced that this "philanthropist" and his "club" won't stop their carnivorous practices, especially once they've realized that the obedient Latvian bureaucracy will do anything they demand it to do in a bid to stay in power and profit from the local population. The CEO is convinced that Latvia is reminiscent of America in post-Columbian era. Once the "pale-faced do-gooders" landed on the Latvian shores and offered glass mirrors and beads to the local population in exchange for diamonds and gold, Latvians have had a hard time trying to make their both ends meet.

Similar cases of debt enslavement by Soros and the likes of him can be found in various countries all across the world, where Soros carries on its "philanthropic activities."

One can cite a simpler example with "charity" in favor of the media giants the Guardian, the New York Times and the Financial Times, who work for the Western financial elite. The true nature of this soulless plutocrat is deliberately concealed.

Returning to the Soros performance in Davos, it's worth emphasizing that his speech did not go unnoticed. The former hedge fund dealer said that in China all "the rapidly expanding information available about a person is going to be consolidated in a centralized database to create a 'social credit system.'"

"Based on that data, people will be evaluated by algorithms that will determine whether they pose a threat to the one-party state. People will then be treated accordingly," he added.

China, in his view, was not the only authoritarian regime in the world, but it was the wealthiest, strongest and most developed in machine learning and AI.

Soros said in his turn there was an undeclared struggle between the west and China over governance of the internet. China wanted to dictate rules and procedures that governed the digital economy by dominating the developing world with its new platforms and technologies.

"Last year I still believed that China ought to be more deeply embedded in the institutions of global governance, but since then Xi Jinping's behavior has changed my opinion," he said.

"My present view is that instead of waging a trade war with practically the whole world, the US should focus on China. Instead of letting [the Chinese tech companies] ZTE and Huawei off lightly, it needs to crack down on them.

"If these companies came to dominate the 5G market, they would present an unacceptable security risk for the rest of the world."

One last Soros said Trump was taking the wrong approach to China: making concessions to Beijing and declaring victory while renewing his attacks on US allies.

"This is liable to undermine the US policy objective of curbing China's abuses and excesses. The reality is that we are in a cold war that threatens to turn into a hot one."

In this regard, the next loud speech of the influential billionaire could hardly cause sincere trust if it is not about how soon the elite can cease to exist. That conversation will never be had.


Author: USA Really