This holds particularly true for any post-secondary institution affiliated with philanthropist extraordinaire, George Soros - a man so committed to ensuring young people receive the "right" kind of education that he recently announced he would be investing one billion (yes, billion with a 'B') into "a new global network of universities designed to promote liberal values and his vision of an open society." Soros hopes his investment will "stop the drift toward authoritarianism" around the world."
Last year, Hungary forced George's Central European University - which Soros set up in Budapest and which had served as the flagship for the esteemed philanthropist's open society vision - out of Budapest.
That must have been a real 'ouchy' moment for Soros because he recently acknowledged that "the CEU had not been strong enough by itself to become the educational institution the world requires."
The solution? Establish an Open Society University Network (OSUN) which, according to Soros, will be “a new and innovative educational network that the world really needs.”
Yes, that's exactly what the world needs. Do tell me more, please.
“OSUN will be unique. It will offer an international platform for teaching and research. In the first phase it will connect closer together an existing network. In the second phase, we shall open up this network to other institutions who want to join and are eager and qualified to do so.
“To demonstrate our commitment to OSUN, we are contributing one billion dollars to it. But we can’t build a global network on our own; we will need partner institutions and supporters from all around the world to join us in this enterprise.”
Well, at least he admitted that a current network exists. As for the network he envisions, imagine a giant spiderweb of citadels of darkness spanning the globe churning out vitriolic Greta Thunberg-like activists, agitators, lawmakers, professors, and journalists all fanatically dedicated to Schwartz György's mission of building "vibrant and inclusive democracies whose governments are accountable to their citizens."
Man, I love the smell of demonically-inspired totalitarian utopia in the morning.
For those interested, excerpts were taken from this article.
* taken from my novel, The City of Earthly Desire