George Soros Just Had to Make His Last Will and Testament Public and It is Terrifying

George Soros is the world’s richest, most powerful man. On paper, it looks like he only controls a few billion, putting him on par with people like the Koch Brothers and Elon Musk. In reality, Soros commands far more than his personal empire — and now we know exactly what.

In his home country of Hungaria, Soros is required by law to make his intentions clear when it comes to inheritance. In other words — his will is public record. Through that document, we were able to ascertain that Soros is the principal owner and Chairman of the Board at Novus Ordo Seclorum INC, which is now considered the world’s largest shelf corporation. Its entire purpose is to buy up power brokers, media outlets, and most of all — colleges.

Novus Ordo Seclorum INC is the listed parent company of:

  • Berkshire Hathaway
  • Nabisco
  • Yale University
  • The Skull and Bones
  • Dartmouth University
  • The Priory of Scion
  • The Legion of Light (formerly the Illuminati)
  • The Rothschild’s Banking Consortium
  • Walt Disney World
  • Every Food Truck in DC
  • The Teamsters
  • The Deep State Shadow Government
  • Greenpeace
  • Katz’ Deli on Houston

Soros obviously has way more pull than he should. The scariest thing is, his entire estate is going to his nieces and nephews, since he has no children, but the holdings of his Cabal are to be equally distributed three ways between Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Nancy Pelosi. Soros says it’s to maintain “balance.” Unfortunately, that balance will only go to help refugees find lives, renewable energy scams that save the planet and economic policies that will break us all for “long-term prosperity.”

We’re almost better off with the guy alive.

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