Billionaire George Soros Says Society ‘May Not Survive’ War in Ukraine

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Billionaire George Soros Says Society ‘May Not Survive’ War in Ukraine

Billionaire George Soros Says Society , ‘May Not Survive’ War in Ukraine.

CNN reports Soros says Russia's invasion of Ukraine could be the beginning of “a third world war.”.

CNN reports Soros says Russia's invasion of Ukraine could be the beginning of “a third world war.”.

Speaking at the 2022 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Soros said in order to save civilization, .

Vladimir Putin must be dealt with "as soon as possible." .

Even when the fighting stops, as it eventually must, the situation will never revert.

, George Soros, at World Economic Forum in Davos, via CNN.

Other issues that concern all of humanity – fighting pandemics and climate change, avoiding nuclear war, maintaining global institutions... , George Soros, at World Economic Forum in Davos, via CNN.

... have had to take a back seat to that struggle.

That’s why I say civilization may not survive.

, George Soros, at World Economic Forum in Davos, via CNN.

Soros says that since the events of September 11, .

The tide of inclusive governments has turned.

Today, China and Russia present the greatest threat to open society.

, George Soros, at World Economic Forum in Davos, via CNN .

Today, China and Russia present the greatest threat to open society.

, George Soros, at World Economic Forum in Davos, via CNN .

[In an] open society, the rule of the state is to protect the freedom of the individual.

, George Soros, at World Economic Forum in Davos, via CNN .

[In a] closed society, the role of the individual is to serve the rulers of the state.

, George Soros, at World Economic Forum in Davos, via CNN


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