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The Puppet Master: Soros Emerges as Key Driver of E.U. ‘Remain’ Campaign

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Although the British seemed ready to vote in the Brexit referendum to “Remain” in the European Union, an intense “Act of God” storm system is set to favor a vote for the “Leave” campaign by bringing a month’s worth of rain in “just three hours” on voting day.

As Matthew Tyrmand told Breitbart News Daily, mega-hedge fund player George Soros and his pro-European Union (EU) fellow travelers have gone all-in with economic scare tactics to frighten the 10-15 percent of the British population that is still undecided on the Brexit referendum.

Soros developed a financial theory called “reflexivity” to make $30 billion trading on the markets, and now employs the same theory in a quest to use social change to undermine and eventually destroy the idea of the “nation-state.”

His theory argues that the “brain is bombarded by millions of sensory impulses but consciousness can process only seven or eight subjects concurrently. The impulses need to be condensed, ordered and interpreted under immense time pressure, and mistakes and distortions can’t be avoided.”

Understanding that people have the most difficulty in making decisions during a crisis, Soros learned how to manipulate investors by taking actions to make an economic crisis seem much more intense to the investors’ consciousness. This is essentially the equivalent of “shouting fire in a crowded theater” to panic the crowd into racing for the doors and leaving their valuables behind.

Soros famously made over a $1 billion on “Black Wednesday” as the European Union was being formed in 1992 by shorting the British pound currency so intensely he caused millions of other investors to sell the pound in a panic. As a result, the United Kingdom was forced to devalue its currency by about 10 percent overnight.

He applies the same type of “never let a good crisis pass you by” tactics to engage in global political action through his Open Society InstituteInstitute for New Economic Thinking and Democracy Alliance — as traced by OpenSecrets, which tracks campaign and political action committee (PAC) cash.

With the date of the Brexit referendum approaching and “Leave” leading in the polls, Soros published an article in the UK Guardian claiming that a vote to leave the EU would trigger an economic disaster.

“It is reasonable to assume, given the expectations implied by the market pricing at present, that after a Brexit vote the pound would fall by at least 15% and possibly more than 20%,” Soros wrote.

Soros coupled his comments with references to a wildly questionable British Treasury economic “model” that estimated a Brexit would reduce UK Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per household by $6,321 in 2030.

The scare tactics seemed to work over the next few days. The polls indicated that the chances of a “Leave” vote fell dramatically and global stock markets rallied back.

Matthew Tyrmand believes that this is typical of a Soros’ orchestrated “reflexivity” campaign to overload the consciousness of most UK middle- and lower-class voters that against their own self-interest, they will vote to remain in the EU.

But the British Met Office just issued a “yellow warning” weather report that rainstorms will be so intense, there will be “flash flooding” on the eve of the June 23 vote. The turmoil will continue on Election Day, with some parts of the UK expected to receive a month’s worth of rain in “just three hours.”

Such horrific conditions are referred to by insurance adjusters as an “Act of God.” With the weather so intense on Election Day, only the most ardent of voters will challenge the weather conditions to get to polling places and cast a referendum ballot.

The most ardent of UK voters in the Brexit referendum are expected to be those that want to leave the EU. Millions of British voters that were the most susceptible to Soros’ “reflexivity” campaign of fear are expected to be the same type of individuals who will feel safer staying out of the storm.

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