George Soros accuses China of ‘threatening the very survival of open societies’

February 15, 2019 by Jerry McCormick

George Soros is beginning to come unraveled.

During a conference in Davos, Switzerland, Soros said that China represents an “unprecedented danger that’s threatening the very survival of open societies.”

The billionaire philanthropist stunned the crowd later when he demanded that the United States aid him in conducting a cold war against the Chinese.

Global Threat

Soros believes the Chinese present the biggest threat to his ideology.

He noted during his speech that he specifically has a problem with the use of a social credit system: a technology that monitors every aspect of every citizen’s life, including texts, phone calls, and emails.

Soros even got the hair on the back of his own supporters’ necks to stand on end when he used the “T” word to describe them: Totalitarian.

The situation in China is so bad, apparently, that Soros even sent a small compliment to the Trump administration. He applauded sanctions being placed on China by the United States.

Asking for Help

But that happy mood did not last long for Soros, as he quickly offset the compliment with a criticism.

Soros said the United States needs to be even tougher against China, and, in essence, asked for a cold war reminiscent of Ronald Reagan’s relationship with the Russians.

“[America’s policy] needs to be far more sophisticated, detailed, and practical,” he said, “and it must include an American economic response to the Belt and Road Initiative.”

He added: “The reality is that we are in a Cold War that threatens to turn into a hot one.”

Soros fully admitted China is not the only country in the world using this type of technology to control its people, but it is by far the wealthiest. As such, it is currently the most dangerous.

It’s funny how Soros is so critical of the United States and its government — until he needs it to serve his own purpose.