George Soros Planned to Overthrow Putin, Leaked Memo Reveals

Newly released documents from George Soros’s “Open Society Institute” prove that he planned and conspired to remove Putin  from office. In doing so, Soros planned to change Russia’s traditional values, ones that have stood heavily in his way.

Soros is one of the most wealthy people in the world know for throwing his enormous amounts of wealth into organizations willing to push his agenda. His foundation has been responsible for funding many “civil rights organizations” that push western values in Russia. So far, Soros has done all that he can to try and destabilize the area by promoting mass immigration and open borders, but has been pretty unsucessful over the last decade. Russia has been quick to recognise the cancerous nature of Soros and stopped his plans dead in their tracks and the memos prove they did the right thing.

Russia issued a statement in 2015 that added Soros’s  “Open Society Institute” to a list of “undesirable groups”, completely banning Russians from participating in any of their projects. It was found that the institution was a threat to their way of life and national security.

In the end, Soro’s believes Putin is a bigger threat than ISIS and he wants nothing more than to bring down Russia’s traditional families.

A full statement on how the Institution planned to destabilize Russia can be found HERE.

Here is a damning quote from the leaked files of Soros’ Open Society Foundation:

“Our inclination is to engage in activities that will … counter Russian support to movements defending traditional values”

The language in Soros’ internal communication read as if his Foundation sees itself as a full-scale warrior in a global conflict, “the stakes are high”, and “we should avoid entering directly into the geo-strategic warfare…”

Enjoy these choice excerpts from the leaks

Full leaks here:



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