I disagree with Nigel Farage on one thing and that is the motivation of George Soros. One thing we do know, is that he is remorseless about his role in the Nazi elimination of the Jews.
A man with his resources, without conscience only uses “philanthropy” as a means to a greater end. In this case, he does want to see the end of western civilization, and the barbarians are the means to that end. Independence in a nation or a people is the main obstacle to his world vision, the one where an elite few like him are totally in control.
Why now, in 2017, is suddenly religious intolerance a big social issue, a cause celeb?
This is the principle behind the anti-Islamophobia (so-called) outcry in the West, in Canada and the U.S. is it not?
Where was this righteousness in the mainstream a few years ago when it was trendy to slam Chritianity on a daily basis in pop culture, and actually still is?
Is eliminating religious intolerance really the motive here? Or is this just a means to an end?
Will Christians who grew up in the west listening to abuse, derision and daily hatred, as well as watch sacrilege enshrined as art in pop culture realize that they are being had by another agenda?
When will the self-loathing of the Europeans and their descendents everywhere ever be satiated?
Will generation Z finally be the group that says enough is enough?
It’s a bit long, about 3 hrs and despite being held as a Senate Democrat hearing it is remarkably balanced. I believe Trump has his own sources that tell him there is an internal battle in the CIA and other intelligence agencies and that there is a faction that is anti-Trump and particularly anti-Putin and come from the same neo-con war mongering line of thinking that characterized the Cheney group under G.W. Bush.
The problem highlighted in this hearing has not been rectified, although they are serving a different master with the same globalist agenda.