Slovenia’s Prime Minister Janez Janša posted a tweet with pictures titled: “13 of 226 known [George] Soros puppets in the EU Parliament,” causing a strong reaction from European politicians.
The President of the European Parliament, David Sassoli, censured Janša through a tweet, condemning the attack on the MEPs mentioned above.
“We urgently call on J. JansaSDS to cease the provocations against members of the @Europarl_EN. Attacks on members of this house are also attacks on European citizens,” Sassoli wrote.
He added: “A constructive collaboration with the rotating Council Presidency can only be based on mutual trust and respect.” However, several other politicians sharply criticized Janša.
Janša, who holds the rotating presidency of the European Union Commission, leads one of the few European countries that does not follow the globalist tendencies that permeate most European governments. Unfortunately, these differences have generated frequent friction.
He recently backed a law enacted in Hungary initiated by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán that bans LGBT content in educational material in schools and for under-18s on television.
“There are differences that need to be taken into account and respected and I think there’s a clear division between national and European competences,” Janša stated in the face of the many criticisms that MEPs issued against Orbán.
He also emphasized that European values are perceived differently among different EU states.
Many European nations that oppose the LGBT agenda are from the central part of the region and were part of the Soviet bloc. With the fall of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), they re-embraced Christianity and its traditional values.
These nations are Poland, Romania, Latvia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Croatia, Lithuania, and Slovakia, and they are making a great effort to keep out globalist policies that threaten their faith and beliefs.
In turn, on July 2, a coalition of political party leaders from 16 European countries signed a joint declaration rejecting the globalist model of the European Union, which attempts to create a ‘European superstate’ and calls for respect for the culture and heritage of each member country.
It should be noted that the European Parliament is currently made up of 705 deputies representing the 27 EU member states, and according to Euractiv on Oct. 15, a high proportion of them may have a relationship with Soros, explicitly alluding to receiving money from him.
Speculator George Soros has been involved in numerous international scandals. He is frequently accused of interfering in national governments through an extensive network of financing many leftist groups worldwide.
Responses to Janša’s message on the networks were not long coming, including from the user identified as @Genesis_crawler, who attached part of the controversial tweet that was deleted.
In this regard, the Internet user @_edwardmondini_, was more specific in considering that the strong reaction of the MEPs could be proving Janša right.
“My hat’s off to Slovenian PM Janez Janša…………for being brave enough to tell the truth about the EU MEPs as puppets of Soros,” he wrote.
He added: “The fact that the EU ministers reacted so violently is proof what Janša said is a fact. I hope he stands his ground.”