Most anyone who keeps up with the news is familiar with the stories of George Soros' shadowy network of front organizations that are aimed at destabilizing major nations. It seems, the US and Europe aren't the only place Soros has his tentacles, if Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to be believed. Soros has flatly denied the charges that he is behind the campaign to smear the Israeli government for their plans to deport tens of thousands of African migrants and asylum seekers. Soros does however admit he believes Israel should reverse its policy.
A Soros spokesperson made an official statement: <blockquote>"Contrary to the false claim by the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, George Soros is not funding any protests against Israel's plan to deport thousands of African asylum seekers."</blockquote>
Soros, according to the spokesperson, "adamantly believes that, in accordance with the 1951 Refugee Convention and international law, it is wrong to forcibly send asylum seekers back to countries where they might be persecuted or killed."
Netanyahu and the Likud party haven't had an easy go of it as of late, with multiple scandals rocking the party. Netanyahu's recent comment was made in response to Netanyahu's Likud party minister Ofir Akunis claiming the protests were the work of "extreme leftists" but funded by EU nations.
"George Soros is also funding the protests. Obama deported two million infiltrators and they didn't say anything," Netanyahu went on to his Likud party ministers. Netanyahu isn't the only world leader to be a little wary of the shadowy visage of the grey eminence that is George Soros. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban accused Soros of using "his wealth, power, influence and a network of non-governmental organizations" to resettle millions of migrants in Hungary and elsewhere in the European Union.
All this comes hot on the heels of <a href="http://thegoldwater.com/news/17540-US-Israeli-Jewish-Organizations-Blast-Trump-For-Immigration-Reform-While-Israel-Set-To-Deport-Tens-O">deportation notices being issued</a> by the Israli Immigrant and Population Authority to asylum seekers from Eritrea and Sudan. To be fair, not even Ethiopian Jews have been made very welcome in what is touted as "the homeland of all Jewish people." In the deportation notice warns that violators could be incarcerated indefinitely.