Soros Foundation Faces Massive Global Restructuring Amidst Rising Opposition to ‘New World Order’
The Soros Foundation, also known as the Open Society Foundation (OSF), is undergoing a significant shakeup as it grapples with a global wave of opposition to what critics label the ‘New World Order.’ Leaked emails obtained by Bloomberg reveal that the OSF’s board of directors decided to downsize its workforce and close offices globally in response to growing discontent.
OSF Vice President of Programs, Binaifer Nowrojee, stated in one of the leaked emails, “With the decision by the board in June to cut the staff by more than 40%, our staffing size and footprint by necessity needs to diminish. We no longer have the bandwidth to operate multiple small offices, and thus the decision to further reduce our locations.”
GEORGE SOROS FINALLY FALLING— QUOTE ME (@charmRBD) October 28, 2023
The Soros Foundation is firing most of its workforce and closing offices in cities across the globe as millions of people rise up and reject the ‘New World Order’.
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After the latest round of cuts, OSF’s staff will be reduced to fewer than 500 employees, a stark contrast to the nearly 1,700 people employed in 2021, including Antifa who have been repurposed into “Hamas supporters”. The restructuring will impact offices across Africa, including six locations that will close by the end of the year, according to reports. Notably, offices in Barcelona and Baltimore are also being shuttered.
Africa Executive Director Muthoni Wanyeki expressed regret in an email to staff, stating, “I’m very sorry that it’s turned out this way. It’s obviously not what any of us expected, and I’m also very sorry that I didn’t have the information on this earlier.” Wanyeki emphasized that these cuts contradicted commitments made by the organization’s leadership two years ago.
🚨Alex Soros is not doing a great job taking over for his Father George. The Global Elites are panicking! pic.twitter.com/aFD5PIsLuu— DivaPatriot 🇺🇸 (@TeamAmerica2020) January 20, 2024
Despite offering grants exceeding $1 billion annually, with around 10% going to Africa, OSF President Mark Malloch-Brown claims that the restructuring is driven by a need to focus on assessing grant impacts, requiring fewer personnel for a more “nimble” organization. He emphasized a shift from a heavy bureaucratic process to one with more significant emphasis on due diligence.
The OSF had already announced a significant reduction in funding within the European Union in August. George Soros’ son, Alex Soros, who was named as his father’s successor, disputed reports of an exit from Europe, stating at a conference in Austria, “It’s news to me that OSF is leaving Europe. We’re simply changing our strategy.”
In an Op-Ed for Politico, Alex Soros reiterated that the organization was not retreating but retooling its global approach to focus on current and future challenges. He emphasized a commitment to ensuring that more funding reaches where it’s most needed, despite the significant reduction in the organization’s headcount. The OSF has stated that no changes to programs in the U.S. are expected until after the critical 2024 presidential election.
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