Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Financial Times selects George Soros as its 'Person of the Year'


The Financial Times has named George Soros as its Person of the Year for 2018, citing the prominent liberal activist and billionaire as a "standard bearer of liberal democracy and open society."

"The Financial Times’s choice of Person of the Year is usually a reflection of their achievements," the editorial board of the London-based newspaper wrote of its choice. "In the case of Mr. Soros this year, his selection is also about the values he represents."

FT goes on to say that Soros's ideas are "under siege from all sides" including from "Vladimir Putin’s Russia to Donald Trump’s America" while attracting "the wrath of authoritarian regimes."


2 comments:

Ross said...

Hang on. Surely to qualify for "Person of the Year" you have to be a person in the first place. Not a blood-sucking reptilian monster.

badbeta said...

Hey, no need for that sort of vitriol. Don't forget that the man is a holohoax survivor.