The Jew George Soros has penned an op-ed whining about how social media is allowing the rise of populism. He’s basically upset that social media has allowed non-Jews to influence the minds of voters.
Apparently all the censorship that occurs on Facebook and Twitter is not enough for him. He’s demanding that the European Union step in and regulate social media.
Billionaire open-borders activist George Soros has demanded the European Union (EU) regulate social media because voters’ minds are being controlled and “manipulated”.
He claimed the size of social media firms made them a “public menace” and argued they had led people to vote against globalist causes, including electing President Donald J. Trump, in an article for The Guardian published Thursday.
The speculator, who runs one of the largest campaigning groups in the world and is noted for his interference in foreign politics and elections, said ultimately unregulated social media threatened democracy and the “integrity of elections”.
New media websites and populist groups have been prolific on social media, using the platforms to surpass mainstream media and promote causes Mr. Soros and his allies oppose.
While I agree that social media needs to be regulated, I believe it should be regulated so that it is illegal for sites to ban people for their political views. Soros on the other hand wants social media regulated to prevent people from articulating their political views. He simply does not want people outside of the Jew-run establishment pushing alternative world views causing people to vote in ways that he doesn’t like.
The whole idea of democracy is a joke to begin with but it is an even bigger joke when you have centralized media control. Never mind the fact that this centralized media is largely run by Jews who hold the interests of their tribe over the native populations of the West.
The fact that the Internet is changing the paradigm of a centralized media controlled by Jews is what has Soros all flustered. They no longer have a monopoly on controlling how people perceive the world.