Matt Palumbo claims in his new book “The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros” that Blinken has family connections to Soros.
He focuses on the way that the secretary of state’s dad, Donald Blinken, the previous US envoy to Hungary, and his significant other, Vera, financed the Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives at the Central European University in Budapest, which was established and subsidized by Soros.
Palumbo likewise refers to a Soros Foundations Network report from 2002 in which Donald Blinken is recorded on the Board of Trustees for the college, with Soros as director.
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After Antony Blinken was affirmed as secretary of state, Hungarian paper Magyar Nemzet referred to it as “extraordinary news for George Soros.”
As though Blinken weren’t involved in an adequate number of unfamiliar disasters, he presently stands blamed for interfering in Albanian races for very rich person agent George Soros and is being sued for slander in a global court accordingly.
One of Blinken’s interesting first moves after taking office last year was to endorse the previous president and state head of Albania, Sali Berisha, the counter Communist partner of Presidents George H.W. furthermore, George W. Hedge, who has been in resistance for a long time, and who is a vocal rival of Soros and his Open Society Foundations, which has been pushing legal and discretionary “change” in Albania.
US Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) suspects foul play and has requested multiple times that Blinken give proof to back up his debasement claims against Berisha. During a House Foreign Affairs Committee meeting last June, Zeldin said the move came “apparently all of a sudden.”