GEORGE SOROS RECEIVES JOSEPH A. SCHUMPETER AWARD | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


GEORGE SOROS RECEIVES JOSEPH A. SCHUMPETER AWARD

SOURCE: ECONOMIC POLICY JOURNAL

Earlier today, George Soros, the chair and founder of the Open Society Foundations, was presented with the globalist (in the worst sense of the term) Joseph A. Schumpeter Award for innovative achievements in the field of business, economics, or economic policy, at a ceremony at the National Bank of Austria, in Vienna.

The award was presented by Ewald Nowotny, the bank’s governor and president of the Vienna Schumpeter Society, who cited Soros’s “commitment to freedom and the promotion of the pursuit of knowledge.”

“We are honoring George Soros with the Schumpeter Prize for making the world more open, more just and more equitable for all,” he said.

Past insider globalist recipients of the award have included former German chancellor Helmut Kohl, the former president of the European Commission Romano Prodi, and current president of the European Central Bank Mario Draghi

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The only problem people have, in living in a society the "One Worlders, like Soros and his ilk want created, is that the chaos which ensues, when you bring people into a country, who have utterly zero respect for that countries' history, language, and tradition, is punitively disruptive for the people already living and working there.

I am quite certain that Soros; Draghi; and the current German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, have a cadre of armed guards around themselves, and their properties, 24/7, to insure that nothing like the horrific scenes we have seen in Germany; UK; and Sweden, ever happen to them, their families, or the places they call "home".

Unfortunately, the rest of Europe.... has not been so lucky.

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