NEW YORK, December 8, 2003 ( – A revealing report by Zenit news service over the weekend details the central role that billionaire George Soros played in overthrowing the President of Geogia, Eduard Shevardnadze. Soros, known as one of the world’s foremost funders of abortion, homosexuality, contraception, feminism, euthanasia, and legalized soft-drug use, has also announced his aim to topple U.S. President Bush.  With massive funding from Soros, the government of the former Russian province’s republic was toppled.  Reports revealed that in addition to funding an anti-government television station, the meddling billionaire funded training of 1000 students by street demonstrators who helped topple the government of Slobodan Milosevic.

Moreover, the heavily funded publicity campaign will see a Soros flunky ‘elected’ next month. The Globe and Mail reports that “Mikhail Saakashvili, a New York-educated lawyer who is expected to win the presidency in an election scheduled for Jan. 4,” was presented an award by Soros last year, via Soros’ Open Society Institute.  While much has been made of Soros’ plans to topple President Bush, LifeSite sources in Croatia report Soros has been visiting the country and showed interest in purchasing substantial amounts of property in the country.  There are serious concerns about these developments in the country made up of a vast majority of faithful Catholics, with legislation protecting life and family.  Sources told LifeSite that European Union and globalist forces are attempting to influence Croatia through economic control and the media.

Croatians have good reason to be concerned.  Soros’ Open Society Institute report for 2002, says Zenit, “lamented pro-life successes in countries such as Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania and Slovakia.”  See the Zenit report and the Globe coverage:

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