It's no secret that billionaire hedge fund manager George Soros has been massively financing the campaign to dismantle U.S. immigration policy, in pursuit of his dystopian Open Society world view. But at age 87, Soros may feel that he does not have much more time to destroy Western civilization and has decided to go all-in.
Last week it was announced that over the last year or so, Soros has transferred $18 billion of his personal fortune to his Open Society Foundation (OSF), which serves as his primary vehicle to combat "The Capitalist Threat," the title of a 1997 essay published in The Atlantic laying out his political ideology. Attacking the immigration policies of Western democracies, particularly the United States', is clearly one of the ways that he believes he can weaken Western dominance.
Leaked OSF documents last year revealed the extent to which Soros is financing and coordinating efforts to promote large-scale immigration to the United States.
While the $18 billion will be parceled out to promote all aspects of Soros's ideological doctrine, it is a pretty safe bet that a significant chunk of it will wind up in the coffers of the groups he has backed or created to promote the mass immigration portion of his agenda. In other words, the assault on the integrity of U.S. immigration policies is about to become a lot more intense.
Nothing says "By whatever means necessary," like an $18 billion check.
Dan Stein is the president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform.