following trails such as is laid down in the following article can be daunting but should you choose to be persistent you'll find your way. its about that election meddling, but it ain't russians in this case;
The hackneyed old stories about the threat of Russian “meddling” in the elections of other countries have gone stale. Since
no real evidence has ever been presented, they don’t attract much
public attention anymore. It is generally believed that poor Europe is not ready to stop Russia, but it should be, as the European parliamentary election scheduled for May 2019 is drawing closer. Warnings have been issued, alarm bells sounded, and recommendations presented by think tanks. Former NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen warned about
the “Russia threat” as far back as last March. As there was nothing to
substantiate his statement, one can only assume that the former official
has been endowed with the gift of clairvoyance.
Currently Europe under threat from “populist and neo-Nazi formations” and the only way to counter it is to stay united.
In other words, there must be no EU reforms, no policy changes, those
Brussels-based pooh-bahs will go on enjoying their serene lives
tut-tutting about the nefarious plans of those who oppose them, and
refugees will be free to pour in until the EU explodes.
Has Russia done anything specifically to provoke the
accusations that it has plans to meddle in the European election race?
Not a thing, but there is somebody else who has.
No, the EU leadership is not dismayed enough to raise a hue and cry
over the scandalous remarks made by US Ambassador to Germany Richard
Grenell. It sees no need to do anything about it. In June, the
ambassador did not shy away from openly promising to use his office to
help far-right nationalists inspired by Donald Trump take power across
Europe! In an interview with Breitbart News, Richard Grenell said he was “excited” by the rise of far-right parties on the continent and wanted “to empower other conservatives throughout Europe, other leaders.” Those were his literal words!
If that’s not interference, then what is? But no, no warning has been
issued about the danger of US meddling in Europe’s May elections. Just imagine what would happen if a Russian ambassador to an EU country publicly said such a thing! Mr.
Grenell did not see anything wrong with praising the Austrian
government coalition, which includes the Freedom Party that was formed
in the 1950s by a former Nazi officer. He actually lectured the Germans
about what their government should look like. It seems like times have
changed and intervening in European politics on behalf of far-right
leaders has become the norm, at least for the ambassadors of the United
George Soros, a US billionaire who became one of the world's
wealthiest people by managing hedge funds and betting on currency
fluctuations, has meddled in European elections many times. The last Italian election is one example.
His Open Society Foundations spend $940 million a year in 100 countries
in pursuit of political goals. He has been asked to leave Russia and
Hungary, the country of his birth, for interfering in politics. The
“Soros network” has great influence in the European Parliament and in
other European Union institutions. It’s an open secret that the
billionaire is a vehicle used by the US State Department to meddle in
other countries’ internal affairs. USAID and the Soros network often team up. Last year, six US senators signed a letter asking
the State Department to look into government funding of Soros-backed
organizations, but to no avail. The State Department always protects the