The following article about the machinations of Soros-backed NGOs originally appeared in the Hungarian daily Magyar Idők. Many thanks to CrossWare for the translation:
The Civil Organizations of Soros Infect Like a Trojan Virus
Analysts were warned several years ago about the Open Government Cooperation
At the time, several US analysts sharply criticized the Open Government Cooperation, which Hungary left a few days ago — and then the news MSM fired a salvo at our government. As one of the overseas authors at the time warned: the International Convention has a George Soros ‘virus’ embedded, and it was a concern, that “civilian organizations” will exercise their right to arbitrage under the influence of the speculator.
Back in 2012, at the time of its foundation, many North American analysts were greatly concerned and harshly criticized the Open Government Cooperation. For example, Alexander Savchenko, the Strategic-culture.com Foundation analyst, said the Open Government Cooperation (Open Government Partnership, OGP) aimed at government transparency is like a malicious virus that is hidden in the well-intentioned program for the OGP member countries who entered into the agreement.
Via non-governmental organizations connected to George Soros, the member states become vulnerable the speculator. The author maintains that the cooperation seemingly makes efforts to eliminate corruption, but in fact they unwittingly come under the influence of informal US-based organizations. According to the article, for example, it has partly emerged that these organizations were involved in the revolutions famously known as the “Arab Spring”, which ended in bloodshed, while the US extended its influence over the natural resources of the countries.
[We all know that when the author says US interests or US influence, in reality we are talking about the globalists: (Soros, Rothschild, Rockefeller, Clintons… etc), who hijacked the US political and military machine decades ago. However for the ordinary citizen it explains why the US of A is not well-liked at the moment anywhere! — translator]
The analysis shows that the devil lies in the details of the statement: in that document, which laid down that the nations that joined the OGP remain largely autonomous and they can make decisions, but one additional paragraph of the document states that in order for someone to participate in the collaboration with the governments in four priority areas ( for example, the transparency of the tax system, information availability) must meet certain objective indicators. However, the process is judged by faux-”independent experts” who all haves strong ties to Soros, and they scored the countries, and called upon national governments on the basis of the results, also suggesting the implementation of necessary steps. The agreement, looking at any one of the four key areas of the Convention, is not objectionable; however, it is suspicious and of concern that the right of arbitration was vested in same set of “independent experts”.
The analyst for this portal [Magyar Idők — Hungarian Times] also highlights: the founders of OGP appointed by Julie McCarthy to head one of the subdivisions of the organization. She first worked at the Open Society Foundation, also founded by George Soros [which famously ties in with the w2eu organization that gives instructions to migrants on how to lie to the authorities about their age and origin, and how to avoid fingerprinting, and of course to Black Lives Matter — translator], and has worked in and later became a director of another Soros-organization: the Revenue Watch Institute. In the OGP committee, according to the author, there are a number of non-governmental organizations also funded by George Soros (such as Freedom House, Amnesty International). The author believes that member countries of the Convention are at risk when they hand over authority for their country’s affairs to “independent experts” who are delegated by the speculator to the board of directors of OGP through these non-governmental organizations.
In 2012, Hungary became a member of the Open Governmental cooperation, and in recent days the government announced our exit from it. Concerning the decision, the Foreign Ministry argued that the organization is distorting the facts, and rather than discussing good governance practices it became largely a tool for lecturing and blackmailing individual countries. They added that the reports of non-governmental organizations always appeared that constantly criticize the Hungarian government, but the government’s response has been ignored. Upon the news of exiting the agreement the mainstream media fired another salvo of criticism towards the government, demanding its resolve about the fight against corruption, and calling for accountability.
János Lázár, Minister Leader of the Office of Prime Minister, at the most recent government news conference told us in answer to our question that when we entered into the agreement, our hope was that this would be an organization where members were treated fairly, and the Hungarian government could explain its own position on the issues. He emphasized that a report is correct only if describes the position of those whom report written about; however, they denied this opportunity to Hungary.