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Mass media: Soros plots financial armageddon to stop Trump

Frustrated by his failed attempts to control future US and world policy, George Soros has returned to what he knows best – market manipulation – in an attempt to stop Trump from dismantling meticulous plans for a New World Order.

Soros’ plan to install his puppet Hillary Clinton in the White House failed, despite multi-million dollar funding from the notorious globalist billionaire.

Attempts to destabilize the country through funding fake grassroots protests (known as astroturfing) also failed. As a result, Soros’s plan was disrupted and it was an unusual position the octogenarian financier had never found himself in before.

Soros’ new tricks are funding and controlling puppet politicians and puppet movements and which have been exposed around the world, forcing the notorious billionaire to revert to his tried and tested methods for establishing control.

Soros is manipulating markets again

Pundits and market analysts have been keeping a close eye on the “wounded beast” in recent weeks to determine his next move. And reports are now emerging that the funds Soros wasted on Clinton are set to be dwarfed by the amount of money he is now spending on the bond market.

The plan is to create “financial Armageddon and unleash hell”, driving the Western world, and, in particular, the United States to the edge of ruin. Out of the flames a phoenix will rise and this will be Soros’ vision of the New World Order.

Soros believes the market is a Trump’s weak point. He claims Trump has “no chance” of surviving his upcoming market assault and he gloats that the future president of the US will be destroyed and unable to focus on making America great again.

"The way Soros broke the Bank of England and ruined the Malaysian economy, these will one day just be seen as warm ups for his full scale tilt at global financial Armageddon," a Wall Street analyst said.

Source: universe-tss

  • January 26, 2017 4:26 PM MSK
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