Leaked document reveals Soros’ potential allies at the European Parliament

A leaked document reveals the “trustworthy” Members of the European Parliament in line with Soros‘ Open Society Foundation policies.

The list includes President Schulz, 7 Vice-Presidents, Presidents of Committees, Quaestors, Coordinators and others for a total of 226 MEPs.

The document starts:

This mapping provides the Open Society European Policy Institute and the Open Society network intelligence on Members of the 8th European Parliament likely to support Open Society values during the 2014–2019 legislature.

It spans 11 committees and 26 delegations, as well as the European Parliament’s highest decision- making bodies: 226 MEPs who are proven or likely Open Society allies.

The presence of an MEP in this mapping indicates that they are likely to support Open Society’s work. They should be approached with an open mind: although they will most likely want to work on areas they’re already interested in, they could also welcome hearing about new issues.

Beyond discussing individual topics, Open Society should seek to build lasting and trustworthy relationships with these European lawmakers.

You can find the full list of MEPs clicking here.

Why is Soros accused of influencing US and Europe’s policies?

George Soros has been accused of influencing American and European policies on migration, financial crisis and foreign policy in accordance with his own interest.


One particular leaked memo, profiled by the Daily Caller, argues that Europe’s refugee crisis should be accepted as a “new normal,” and that the refugee crisis means “new opportunities” for Soros’ organization to influence immigration policies on a global scale.


Another memo, which is an overview of the “Ukraine Media Project” exposes how Soros influences media coverage of events in Ukraine, something previously touched upon in a June 2015 post titled “Hacked Emails Expose George Soros As Ukraine Puppet-Master.”

In the memo which reveals how Soros hopes to “cover” events in Ukraine, the authors admit that “this isn’t proper independent journalism and we may damage our credibility with journalists”  and that “journalists may produce stories that have no relevance for the narrative we seek to inform or stories that are counterproductive (enforcing narratives of fascism etc.)


A leaked email chain shows that the Wall Street titan in 2011 personally wrote to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, urging intervention in Albania’s political unrest. Within days, an envoy he recommended was dispatched to the region. (Fox)