Billionaire globalist George Soros wrote a lengthy op-ed titled Vladimir Putin and the Risk of World War III for Project Syndicate, in which he called for Russian Vladimir Putin and Communist Chinese President Xi Jingping be “removed from power” over the conflict in Ukraine.
Soros noted that the so-called Russian “special military operation” in Ukraine was preceded by a meeting between Xi and Putin on February 4, in which the Communist Chinese gave Russia their approval for conducting military action in the region, adding that “the two men released a 5,000-word, carefully drafted document announcing a close partnership between their two countries.”
“The document is stronger than any treaty and must have required detailed negotiations in advance,” he wrote.
“After receiving a green light from Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his war in Ukraine in an effort to reclaim the old Russian empire,” Soros said. “But both leaders appear to have misjudged the situation, raising the prospect of a global catastrophe – unless they are removed from power.”
Soros declared that the ongoing events in Ukraine have signified that World War 3 has begun, adding that he “was surprised that Xi appeared to have given Putin carte blanche to invade and wage war against Ukraine.”
The Hungarian financier may have then insinuated that the Chinese ruler’s position may not be as strong as he projects.
“He must be very confident that his confirmation as China’s ruler for life later this year will be a mere formality,” wrote Soros. “Having concentrated all power in his own hands, Xi has carefully scripted the scenario by which he will be elevated to the level of Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping.”
“We can only hope that Putin and Xi will be removed from power before they can destroy our civilization,” Soros concluded.
Ironically, Soros had once bragged that following the collapse of the Soviet Union, he “moved in and picked up the pieces” in Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, and China, describing what he called his “Soros Empire.”
Soros brags about “the Soros Empire replacing the Soviet Empire” in Europe pic.twitter.com/y7yI9lvkLR
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It appears that the Chinese regime, which Soros once considered to be in his grasp, has stopped listening to him.
From Soros’ inflammatory “Third World War” rhetoric, as well as his calls for the removal of both Putin and Xi, one could infer that the globalist billionaire truly believes the western international elite class run the risk of losing their hegemonic global status at the hands of a more tightly knit Sino-Russian partnership.
Soros is also an Agenda Contributor for the World Economic Forum (WEF) led by globalist billionaire Klaus Schwab.
Similarly to Soros’ boasting about his post-Soviet “empire,” Schwab had previously bragged about “penetrating” the cabinets of governments across the world to usher in the WEF’s Great Reset agenda, leading to various theories about who is really calling the shots in nations that have strong ties to his organization.
Ideology of @wef is a direct threat to American way of life. Not enough conservatives calling it out by name yet. Here is @ProfKlausSchwab bragging about his infiltrating Western governments across the world w/ "Great Reset" adherents, including Canada's PM. Lockdown architects. pic.twitter.com/44TWEBDW2k
— C.H.D. ☦️ (@ItsMe_CHD) January 28, 2022
As Valiant News reported this week, The WEF abruptly severed all ties with all sanctioned Russian individuals and entities, including Putin, who was a prominent affiliate of the organization and participant in their controversial Young Global Leaders program.
“We are not engaging with any sanctioned individual and have frozen all relations with Russian entities,” spokesperson Amanda Russo told Politico this week.
Schwab had once told Putin that Russia was of “particular importance” in international events, and had even said that Putin’s voice was “essential.”
The latest developments could suggest that a divide is deepening between the international ruling class and regimes that they once considered to have strong influence over, or perhaps in Soros’ own terms, the governments of China and Russia have gone “rogue” in the eyes of the Western elite.
This divide became apparent after Russia invaded its neighbor, Ukraine, in February. Russia claims it seeks to demilitarize and “denazify” the country as part of a “special military operation” to protect ethnic Russians from state violence in the Donbass region. Ukraine and most of the international community, meanwhile, say the attack was completely unprovoked.