Twelve NGOs are to be investigated to determine whether or not they should be included in Russia’s “undesirable organizations” registry.
This will include billionaire “democracy spreader” George Soros’ ‘Open Society Foundation’.
Russia’s upper house of parliament, The Federation Council, has drawn up an official “patriotic stop list” of 12 international NGOs they deem threatening to Russian interests. The list has been submitted for further inspection to the Prosecutor General’s Office, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Ministry of Justice.
Russia Insider reports:
In respectable liberal circles in Blue State America, George Soros is known as a kindly old rich guy and prominent patron of the Center for American Progress — the intellectually bankrupt “progressive” version of the neo-conservative Heritage Foundation. (News flash: Both of these awful “think tanks” spew the same neo-con Satan brew.)
Tragically, some countries do not fully appreciate all the nice things that this generous, heavily-invested-in-Raytheon democracy-lover does every day to promote freedom — which usually can only be achieved by dropping Raytheon-manufactured murder weapons on civilians.
One of these unappreciative countries is Russia, of course.
Soros’ Open Society Foundation, along with 11 other NGOs, has been placed on a “stop list” by Russia’s upper house of parliament, the Federation Council, and will now face scrutiny from the Prosecutor General’s Office, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Ministry of Justice.
If the ensuring investigation concludes that George Soros is a vile creep — and it probably will — the Open Society Foundation will be placed on Russia’s “undesirable organizations” registry.
This means that George Soros’ regime-change foundation will have to register as a foreign agent.
The sooner the better.
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