Soros’s Open Democracy Fuels Scottish Independence Drive, Igniting Political Uproar
George Soros, the controversial billionaire, has once again stirred the pot of UK politics. His campaign group, Open Democracy, was a key backer of the “Break Up Britain” conference in Scotland, raising eyebrows and ire amongst UK political circles. The conference’s message was clear: challenge the status quo and promote the breakup of the United Kingdom.
Soros, known for his anti-Brexit stance, is seen as a meddling foreign influence, with his involvement in the conference seen as a direct challenge to the UK’s democratic process. The conference, which included key political figures, discussed various topics, including Scotland’s role in Europe and the future of the SNP after Sturgeon.
UK Politicians Slam Soros: “Keep Your Nose Out!”
Marco Longhi, Dudley North Conservative MP, voiced a strong opinion: Soros should stay out of British politics. Longhi emphasised the sanctity of the democratic process and the people’s will, suggesting Soros’s involvement is an unwarranted influence.
Former Brexit Party MEP Ben Habib went further, denouncing the conference and its attendees for their apparent disdain for the UK, and accusing them of hypocrisy in their support for Scottish nationalism.
Soros’s Globalist Agenda: A Threat to National Sovereignty?
George Soros’s track record of funding liberal, left-leaning causes worldwide, including his opposition to conservative governments like Hungary’s, has led many to view his actions as an attempt to push a globalist agenda. His involvement in the UK politics, especially post-Brexit, has been particularly contentious. Story Source