George Soros Banned from the Philippines

Written by Editor-in-Chief

Rodrigo Duterte delivers his message to the Filipino community in Vietnam during a meeting held at the Intercontinental Hotel on September 28George Soros had planned an upcoming “humanitarian visit” to the Philippines recently. But Filipino President Duterte warned Soros that “there is a bounty on your head in these islands."

Reportedly Soros is reconsidering his visit.

The death penalty has recently been reinstated in the Philippines, and Duterte fired this warning at Soros: “There is a special place in hell for you, idiot. Set one foot in this country and my duty is to make you go straight there.”

President Duterte Soros has held Soros responsible for crashing the Thai and Malaysian economies in 1997 and destabilizing Asian democracies.

Critics around the world, including in the U.S. and in Soros’ homeland of Hungary, say Soros disguises himself as a “humanitarian” while causing chaos and manipulating the political landscape.

But Filipinos revere him. He enjoys an 83% popular approval rating across the land. Duterte has delivered on his promises and has been cleaning up his country. His policies have improved the lives of citizens of the Philippines, who had been suffering for decades. Duterte is famous for calling President Obama a “son of a whore.”  

During the election campaign Duterte urged the people to kill him if he failed to resolve crime and corruption in the country during the first six months of his term. 

The world is growing increasingly inhospitable to George Soros. He has been banned from Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Russia, and Pakistan.

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