George Soros has suffered a big defeat with the expulsion of his university from his native Hungary. Newsmax reports:
The Budapest-based university founded by billionaire George Soros is poised to move most of its programs to Vienna after a deadline it set for Hungary to reconsider its effective expulsion expired Saturday.
The ouster of Central European University, the first such instance in the history of the European Union, marks another milestone in the retreat of liberal democracy that’s now threatening the democratic foundations of the world’s largest trading bloc.
It’s also a blow for Soros, the Hungarian-born investor-philanthropist and donor to liberal causes, who’s been vilified by nationalists around the world. Nowhere has the campaign against Soros been more unrelenting than in Hungary, where Prime Minister Viktor Orban has for years campaigned against the 88-year-old, vowing to sweep out organizations associated with him.
Soros’s Open Society Foundations, one of the world’s biggest financial backers of non-governmental organizations, moved its staff from Budapest to Berlin earlier this year to protect the safety of its employees after Orban won a third consecutive term in April.
Will other conservative nations ban Soros? This would seriously impede his globalist agenda.