UK arrested Tommy Robinson for reporting child-rape gangs that the government caters to. The UK banned reporting of his arrest, denied him a lawyer, and is trying to have him assassinated in prison. Regardless of how you feel about his views, this is a totalitarian government.
Tommy Robinson isn't the first to that the UK has jailed after a secret trial. Melanie Shaw tried to expose child abuse in a Nottinghamshire kids home -- it wasn't foreigners doing the molesting, but many members of the UK's parliament. The government kidnapped her child and permanently took it away. Police from 3 forces have treated her like a terrorist and themselves broken the law. Police even constantly come by to rob her phone and money. She was tried in a case so secret the court staff had no knowledge of it. Her lawyer, like Tommy's, wasn't present. She has been held for over 2 years in Peterborough Prison. read, read
George Soros✡ (born August 12, 1930, in Budapest, Hungary, as György Schwartz) is a supervillain Jewish financial parasite, stock investor, and political activist. He is the main perpetrator of the colored invasion of Europe starting in 2014.  He only pays $962 a year in taxes.
A cross between Rothschild and Trotsky, Soros is the textbook definition of international Jew. He promotes the globalist agenda in Eastern Europe. He is the primary financial "power behind the throne" of the Barack Obama administration. Every major US politician in both parties except for Donald Trump, Soros donates to and then controls. In March 2016, he spent over $15 million to push for hispanics to vote against Donald Trump. He also funded Communist terrorist groups MoveOn.org, FEMEN and Black Lives Matter to launch terrorist attacks at Donald Trump rallies. Soros has a very close connection with Hillary Clinton too.
His main demographic genocide operation is this: Megabanks go in to Third World countries and create education programs for the nonwhites that teach them to have total, homicidal hatred of all white people. The programs also teach them to hate capitalism. The programs then teach the nonwhites that they must go to white countries and they must capture these countries, take over the government, and create a New World Order. This is taught in Mexico, Nigeria, Venezuela, Sudan, South Africa and most Third World countries, particularly, black, mestizo, and Muslim countries. This is organized with the United Nations that brings in all of these invaders with airplanes and ships and then the invaders are bussed in. In the USA for instance, the border patrol (as per orders from Obama) waits for them, loads them on busses to ship them into Democratic Party facilities. The facilities then give them ID cards (allowing them to vote) and set them up on full welfare--more than a US citizen gets on social security--and then large potions of that money is skimmed and given back to the organized crime groups. The US border patrol even said in 2016, "We've been ordered to complete the smuggling process."
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Currently, he is the chairman of Soros Fund Management and the Open Society Institute and is also a former member of the Board of Directors of the Council on Foreign Relations. His support for the Solidarity labor movement in Poland, as well as the Czechoslovakian human rights organization Charter 77, contributed to ending Soviet Union political dominance in those countries. His funding and organization of Georgia's Rose Revolution was considered by Russian and Western observers to have been crucial to its success, although Soros said his role has been "greatly exaggerated." In the United States, he is known for having donated large sums of money in a failed effort to defeat President George W. Bush's bid for re-election in 2004.
Soros is famously known for "breaking the Bank of England" on Black Wednesday in 1992. In July 2014 Forbes listed Soros as the 27th richest person in the world, the world's richest hedge-fund manager, and 7th on its list of the 400 wealthiest Americans, with a net worth estimated at $23 billion.
- "George Soros has made his mark as an enormously successful speculator, wise enough to largely withdraw when still way ahead of the game. The bulk of his enormous winnings is now devoted to encouraging transitional and emerging nations to become 'open societies,' open not only in the sense of freedom of commerce but - more important - tolerant of new ideas and different modes of thinking and behavior."
George Soros is the son of the Esperanto writer Teodoro Schwartz. Teodoro (also known as Tivadar) was a Hungarian Jew who was a prisoner of war during and after World War I and eventually escaped from Russia to rejoin his family in Budapest.
The family changed its name in 1936 from Schwartz to Soros, in response to the Fascist threat to Jews. Tivadar liked the new name because it is a palindrome and because it has a meaning. Though the specific meaning is left unstated in Kaufmann's biography, in Hungarian "soros" means "next in line, or designated successor", and in Esperanto it means "will soar". Tivadar wrote of his ordeal to survive in Fascist Hungary, and help many people escape it, in his book Maskerado. George Soros later said that he "grew up in a Jewish, anti-semitic home," and that his parents were "uncomfortable with their religious roots."
George Soros has been married and divorced twice, to Annaliese Witschak and to Susan Weber Soros. He has five children: Robert, Andrea, Jonathan (with his first wife, Annaliese), Alexander and Gregory (with his second wife, Susan). His older brother Paul Soros is an engineer, and is also a well-known philanthropist, investor, and New York socialite.
Judenrat working for Hitler, in Hungary during the War
Soros was thirteen years old when Germany took military control over its wavering ally Hungary (March 21, 1944), and began thorough anti-communist initiatves. Soros worked for the Jewish Council (German: Judenrat), which had been established by the National Socialist, to - among other things - deliver messages to Jewish lawyers being called for deportation. Soros was aware of the consequence of the messages and said he loved the job and that it was nothing wrong with it. 
His communist father had Soros spend the summer of 1944 living with a non-Jewish Ministry of Agriculture employee, posing as his godson.
In the following year, Soros survived the battle of Budapest, as Soviet and NS forces fought house-to-house through the city. Soros first traded currencies during the Hungarian hyperinflation of 1945-1946.
In 1946, Soros escaped the Soviet occupation by participating in an Esperanto youth congress in the West. Soros was taught to speak the language from birth and thus is one of the rare native Esperanto speakers.
Soros emigrated to the United Kingdom in 1947 and graduated from the London School of Economics in 1952. While a student of the philosopher Karl Popper, Soros funded himself by taking jobs as a railway porter and a waiter at Quaglino's restaurant where he was told that with hard work he might one day become head waiter. He also worked in a mannequin factory, but was fired for being too slow at putting on the heads. He eventually secured an entry-level position with London merchant bank Singer & Friedlander.
Move to the United States
In 1956 he moved to the United States, where he worked as an arbitrage trader with F. M. Mayer from 1956 to 1959 and as an analyst with Wertheim and Company from 1959 to 1963. Throughout this time, but mostly in the 1950s, Soros developed a philosophy of "reflexivity" based on the ideas of Popper. Reflexivity, as used by Soros, is the belief that self-awareness is part of the environment: actions tend to cause disruptions in economic equilibriums, which may run counter to the progression of free-market systems.
Soros realized, however, that he would not make any money from the concept of reflexivity until he went into investing on his own. He began to investigate how to deal in investments. From 1963 to 1973 he worked at Arnhold and S. Bleichroeder, where he attained the position of vice-president. Soros finally concluded that he was a better investor than he was a philosopher or an executive. In 1967 he persuaded the company to set up an offshore investment fund, First Eagle, for him to run; in 1969 the company founded a second fund for Soros, the Double Eagle hedge fund.
When investment regulations restricted his ability to run the funds as he wished, he quit his position in 1973 and established a private investment company that eventually evolved into the Quantum Fund. He has stated that his intent was to earn enough money on Wall Street to support himself as an author and philosopher - he calculated that $500,000 after five years would be possible and adequate. After all those years, his net worth reached an estimated $11 billion. He is also a former member of the Carlyle investment group.
Soros is the founder of Soros Fund Management. In 1970 he co-founded the Quantum Fund with Jim Rogers. It returned 3,365% during the next ten years (42.5% per year for 10 years), and created the bulk of the Soros fortune. Rogers "retired" from the fund in 1980.
Collapsing national currencies
On Black Wednesday (September 16, 1992), Soros became immediately famous when he sold short more than $10 billion worth of pounds, profiting from the Bank of England's reluctance to either raise its interest rates to levels comparable to those of other European Exchange Rate Mechanism countries or to float its currency.
Finally, the Bank of England was forced to withdraw the currency out of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism and to devalue the pound sterling, and Soros earned an estimated US$ 1.1 billion in the process. He was dubbed "the man who broke the Bank of England."
The Times October 26, 1992, Monday quoted Soros as saying: "Our total position by Black Wednesday had to be worth almost $10 billion. We planned to sell more than that. In fact, when Norman Lamont said just before the devaluation that he would borrow nearly $15 billion to defend sterling, we were amused because that was about how much we wanted to sell."
According to Steven Drobny, Stanley Druckenmiller, who traded under Soros, originally saw the weakness in the pound. "Soros' contribution was pushing him to take a gigantic position," in accord with Druckenmiller's own research and instincts.
In 1997, during the Asian financial crisis, then Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad accused Soros of using the wealth under his control to punish ASEAN for welcoming Myanmar as a member. Later, he called Soros a moron. Thai nationals have called Soros "an economic war criminal" who "sucks the blood from the people".
Partners in crime
Insider trading charges
In 1988, he was asked to join a takeover attempt of the French bank Société Générale. He declined to participate in the bid, but did later buy a number of shares in the company. French authorities began an investigation in 1989, and in 2002 a French court ruled that it was insider trading as defined under French securities laws and fined him $2 million which was the amount that he made using the insider information.
Punitive damages were not sought because of the delay in bringing the case to trial. Soros denied any wrongdoing and said news of the takeover was public knowledge.
His insider trading conviction was upheld by the highest court in France on June 14 2006. In December, 2006 he appealled to the European Court of Human Rights, claiming that the 14 year delay in bringing the case to trial precluded a fair hearing.
Soros has been active as a race hustler and Communist-Jew subversive since the 1970s, when he began providing funds to help black students attend the University of Cape Town in apartheid South Africa, and began funding Communist movements behind the iron curtain.
Soros' philanthropic funding in Central and Eastern Europe mostly occurs through the Open Society Institute (OSI) and national Soros Foundations, which sometimes go under other names, e.g., the Stefan Batory Foundation in Poland. As of 2003, PBS estimated that he had given away a total of $4 billion.
He has peacefully promoted democracy in many countries.
The OSI says it has spent about $400 million annually in recent years.
TIME Magazine in 2007 cited two specific projects - $100 million toward internet infrastructure for regional Russian universities; and $50 million for the Millennium Promise to eradicate extreme poverty in Africa - while noting that Soros has given $742 million to projects in the U.S., and given away a total of more than $6 billion.
Other notable projects have included aid to scientists and universities throughout Central and Eastern Europe, help to civilians during the siege of Sarajevo, worldwide efforts to repeal drug prohibition laws, and Transparency International. Soros also pledged an endowment of €420 million to the Central European University (CEU). The Nobel Peace Prize winner, Muhammad Yunus and his microfinance bank Grameen Bank received support from the OSI.
According to the National Review the Open Society Institute gave $20,000 in September 2002 to the Defense Committee of Lynne Stewart. She is a controversial lawyer who has defended terrorists in court and was sentenced to 2? years in prison for "providing material support for a terrorist conspiracy" via a press conference for a client. An OSI spokeswoman said "it appeared to us at that time that there was a right-to-counsel issue worthy of our support."
In September 2006, Soros departed from his characteristic sponsorship of democracy building programs, pledging $50 million to the Jeffrey Sachs-led Millennium Promise to help eradicate extreme poverty in Africa. Noting the connection between bad governance and poverty, he remarked on the humanitarian value of the project.
He received honorary doctoral degrees from the New School for Social Research (New York), the University of Oxford in 1980, the Budapest University of Economics, and Yale University in 1991. Soros also received the Yale International Center for Finance Award from the Yale School of Management in 2000 as well as the Laurea Honoris Causa, the highest honor of the University of Bologna in 1995.
NATO genocide against Serbia in 1999 and lies about Serbian concentration camps
In 1991, the Russians pulled out of Eastern Europe from the fall of the Soviet Union. Madeleine Albright✡ and Bill Clinton (with close connections to George Soros✡) backed jihadists out of Albania and Croatians to attack Serbia. When Serbia defended itself, even though they lost twice as many people, the US government launched giant bombing raids and NATO invasions. These US-NATO attacks against Serbia blew up power plants, water treatment plants, TV stations, etc. with depleted uranium bombs in 1999. The depleted uranium radiated the entire area and this is the cause of the high cancer rates there today. The United Nations hid 10 tons of depleted uranium in Kosovo. Even Hillary Clinton phoned her husband from Africa and as she boasted later, "I urged him to bomb," despite the Balkans posing no credible threat to U.S. security. Then the UN had British television broadcast images of what's admitted to be fake Serbian "death camps"/"concentration camps"  Jew Madeleine Albright was protected by the Serbs during WWII and this is how she thanked them. Hillary, like her husband, is just a puppet of George Soros. Soros funded the foreign jihadi terrorists coming into Serbia to attack them in the 1990s just like he funded the foreign jihadis doing the Arab Spring as well as attacking the Syria in the 2000s and 2010s.
Education and beliefs
Soros has a keen interest in philosophy, and his philosophical outlook is largely influenced by Karl Popper, under whom he studied at the London School of Economics. His Open Society Institute is named after Popper's two volume work, The Open Society and Its Enemies, and Soros's ongoing philosophical commitment to the principle of 'fallibilism' (that anything he believes may in fact be wrong, and is therefore to be questioned and improved) stems from Popper's philosophy. Some critics argue that Soros' static political beliefs appear to conflict with the critical rationalism espoused by Popper, though Soros argues that these beliefs were arrived at through such rationalism.
Reflexivity, financial markets, and economic theory
Soros' writings focus heavily on the concept of reflexivity, where the biases of individuals are seen as entering into market transactions, potentially changing the fundamentals of the economy. Soros argued that such transitions in the fundamentals of the economy are typically marked by disequilibrium rather than equilibrium in the economy, and that the conventional economic theory of the market (the 'efficient market hypothesis') does not apply in these situations.
Whether Soros is theoretically right or wrong on this issue, he certainly has the market credentials and proven track record to effectively maintain that his theory of reflexivity is practically relevant in the marketplace — at least for him. Soros has popularized the concepts of dynamic disequilibrium, static disequilibrium, and near-equilibrium conditions.
Reflexivity is based in three main ideas:
(1) Reflexivity is best observed under special conditions where investor bias grows and spreads throughout the investment arena. Examples of factors that may give rise to this bias include (a) equity leveraging or (b) the trend-following habits of speculators.
(2) Reflexivity appears intermittently since it is most likely to be revealed under certain conditions; i.e., the equilibrium process's character is best considered in terms of probabilities.
(3) Investors' observation of and participation in the capital markets may at times influence valuations AND fundamental conditions or outcomes.
View of potential problems in the capitalist free market system
Despite working as an investor and currency speculator (his fortune in 2004 was estimated at US$7 billion), he argues that the current system of financial speculation undermines healthy economic development in many underdeveloped countries. Soros blames many of the world's problems on the failures inherent in what he characterizes as market fundamentalism. His opposition to many aspects of globalization has made him a controversial figure.
Soros draws a distinction between being a participant in the market and working to change the rules that market participants must follow.
Opposition to the Soviet Union
- (t)he conventional view, shared by many on the left, is that socialism collapsed in eastern Europe because of its systemic weaknesses and the political elite's failure to build popular support.
- That may be partly true, but Soros's role was crucial. From 1979, he distributed $3m a year to dissidents including Poland's Solidarity movement, Charter 77 in Czechoslovakia and Andrei Sakharov in the Soviet Union. In 1984, he founded his first Open Society Institute in Hungary and pumped millions of dollars into opposition movements and independent media.
Since the fall of the Soviet Union, Soros' funding has continued to play an important role in the former Soviet sphere. His funding and organization of Georgia's Rose Revolution was considered crucial to its success by Russian and Western observers, although Soros has said that his role has been "greatly exaggerated."
Criticism of Bush Administration
In an interview with The Washington Post on November 11, 2003, Soros said that removing President George W. Bush from office was the "central focus of my life" and "a matter of life and death." He said he would sacrifice his entire fortune to defeat President Bush, "if someone guaranteed it", and many continue to state this as Soros's position even after Soros clarified the humorous nature of the statement in a Q&A session at the end of his March 3, 2004 address to California's Commonwealth Club.
Soros gave $3 million to the Center for American Progress, committed $5 million to MoveOn, while he and his friend Peter Lewis each gave America Coming Together $10 million. (All were groups that worked to support Democrats in the 2004 election.) On September 28, 2004 he dedicated more money to the campaign and kicked off his own multi-state tour with a speech: Why We Must Not Re-elect President Bush delivered at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.
The online transcript to this speech received many hits after Dick Cheney accidentally referred to FactCheck.org as "factcheck.com" in the Vice Presidential debate, causing the owner of that domain to redirect all traffic to Soros's site. 
Soros was not a large donor to US political causes until the U.S. presidential election, 2004, but according to the Center for Responsive Politics, during the 2003-2004 election cycle, Soros donated $23,581,000 to various 527 Groups dedicated to defeating President Bush. Despite Soros' efforts, Bush was reelected to a second term as president in U.S. presidential election, 2004.
After Bush's reelection in 2004, Soros and other wealthy liberal political donors backed a new political fundraising group called Democracy Alliance which aims to support the goals of the U.S. Democratic Party.
Soros has been criticized for his large donations, as he also pushed for the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 which was intended to ban "soft money" contributions to federal election campaigns. Soros has responded that his donations to unaffiliated organizations do not raise the same corruption issues as donations directly to the candidates or political parties.
A Republican National Committee spokeswoman said,
"It's incredibly ironic that George Soros is trying to create a more open society by using an unregulated, under-the-radar-screen, shadowy, soft-money group to do it. George Soros has purchased the Democratic Party."
His most recent book, The Age of Fallibility: Consequences of The War on Terror, was published in June 2006.
Disarming the American people
Directly and through his organization Open Society Institute (OSI), he has funded various gun control organizations, such as the Tides Foundation, the HELP Network and SAFE Colorado. He and seven friends founded their own political committee — Campaign for a Progressive Future — and spent $2 million on political activities in 2000, including providing the prime financial backing for the Million Mom March. OSI has supported UN efforts to create international gun control regulations and has singled out the United States for failing to go along with the international consensus on protective gun control measures.
George Soros has long been the funder of FEMEN. But then in June 2014, FEMEN opened a branch in Israel. George Soros, unhappy that his weapon against the gentiles started hitting the jews too, cut off his funding for FEMEN in July 2014.
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He also funds Albanian terrorists in Macedonia. He also funds many of the pro-illegal immigration groups. August 2016, he hired a jew "super-lawyer", Marc Elias✡, to fight to make sure illegal aliens can vote.
As evidence by leaked emails, during the Baltimore race riots, George Soros gave the rioters $650,000 USD and called it a "unique opportunity". Soros funds all the race riots in the USA, especially those associated with Black Lives Matter.
Soros bribes the governments of white countries to change the laws to make their current mass immigration policies even more massive. Part of his reasons for mass immigration beyond, simple white genocide, is to establish a global government. Soros brings in the radical Muslims and then when they do an Allahu Akbar attack, he pushes for gun control and other Orwellian government policies. Problem-Reaction-Solution.
In the 2016 Presidential election, with Soros fully behind Hillary Clinton, one of his companies provided voting machines to 16 states. During the election there was talk of vote-rigging and Soros is a supervillain so it's likely the voting machines were rigged to be for Hillary. The states are Arizona, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, New Jersey, Nevada, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.
Criticism of financial activities
In an August 2004 appearance on Chris Wallace's FOX News Sunday, Former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Dennis Hastert (Republican), stated, "We don't know where George Soros' money comes from. We don't know where it comes from, from the left, and you don't know where it comes in the right. You know, Soros' money, some of that is coming from overseas. It could be drug money. We don't know where it comes from." Soros responded to Hastert by saying, "by smearing me with false charges and mischaracterizations, you are attempting to stifle critical debate and intimidate those who believe this administration is leading the country in a ruinous direction. Now that I have called you on your false accusation, you are using additional smear tactics." Soros filed an official complaint with the House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct. Soros claimed that Hastert's comments "strongly suggests a deliberate effort to use smear tactics, intimidation and falsehoods to silence criticism."
In 2006, Hastert criticized Soros again, this time in regards to the controversy over whether or not Hastert should have acted on information regarding Rep. Mark Foley: "The people who want to see this thing blow up are ABC News and a lot of Democratic operatives, people funded by George Soros."
- The Age of Fallibility: Consequences of the War on Terror (PublicAffairs, 2006) ISBN 1-58648-359-1
- With MoveOn.org, MoveOn's 50 Ways to Love Your Country: How to Find Your Political Voice and Become a Catalyst for Change Inner Ocean Publishing, 2004 ISBN 1-930722-29-X
- The Bubble of American Supremacy: Correcting the Misuse of American Power (PublicAffairs, 2003) ISBN 1-58643-217-3 (paperback; PublicAffairs, 2004; ISBN 1-58648-292-0)
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- Open Society: Reforming Global Capitalism (PublicAffairs, 2001) ISBN 1-58648-039-7
- With Mark Amadeus Notturno, Science and the Open Society: The Future of Karl Popper's Philosophy (Central European University Press, 2000) ISBN 963-9116-69-6 (paperback: Central European University Press, 2000; ISBN 943-9116-70-X)
- The Crisis of Global Capitalism: Open Society Endangered (PublicAffairs, 1998) ISBN 1-891220-27-4
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- The Alchemy of Finance (Simon & Schuster, 1988) ISBN 0-671-66338-4 (paperback: Wiley, 2003; ISBN 0-471-44549-5)
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- Trump Sabotaged By The Elite
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- Opportunity Lost (asiaweek.com)
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- Philanthropist Gives $50 Million to Help Aid the Poor in Africa
- Growth of Cancer Rates in Serbia Blamed on 1999 NATO Bombings
- Hillary Clinton, Please Stop Killing People At 5:50 until about 11:00
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- For example: Savage, Michael, Savage Nation radio broadcast on the Talk Radio Network, 3 June 2004
- Soros's Deep Pockets vs. Bush
- Why We Must Not Re-elect President Bush
- Cheney Drops the Ball
- Book review at Forbes.com
- Exposing Israelis to radical feminism
- Soros’ Globalism Plan Revealed In Hack
- Hastert defiant in page scandal