Open Society Foundations/Reliable allies
This mapping from internal documents provides George Soros and his Open Society European Policy Institute and the Open Society network intelligence on Members of the 8th European Parliament (2014-2019) likely to support Open Society values during the 2014–2019 legislature.
It spans 11 committees and 26 delegations, as well as the European Parliament’s highest decision-making bodies: 226 MEPs who are proven or likely Open Society allies.
The Soros list sheds light on the question of what makes the EU leadership implement policies, which run counter to the interests of Europeans. The answer is corruption. The politicians bribed by Soros dance to his tune. They fight against the attempts of national leaders to protect the interests of their peoples.
A number of MEPs on the list went on to bigger things.
- Roberta Metsola became President of the European Parliament in January 2022, replacing David Sassoli
- Mairead McGuinness, Elisa Ferreira and Adina-Ioana Vălean joined the new commission in 2019 on appointment by Ursula von der Leyen
- Anneliese Dodds later became Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
- Afzal Khan was elected to the House of Commons and Syed Kamall became a Lord in the House of Lords
- Kaja Kallas later became Prime Minister of Estonia
- Olli Rehn became Governor of the Bank of Finland
- Georgios Katrougalos became Foreign Minister of Greece
Latvia was the only country without any MEPs on the list.
Germany had the most MEPs, Spain had the second highest, the United Kingdom had the third highest.
Sweden, Finland, Belgium had delegations with a majority of MEPs listed.
By party affiliation
There were reliable allies named from most political parties in the European Parliament, but there are some significant facts to note.
- There were reliable allies across the political spectrum (excluding far right)
- The political grouping with the most reliable allies was the Socialist grouping (centre left)
- The single largest party in the European Parliament; the Christian Democratic Union of Germany had just one reliable ally.
- Of the political groups in the Parliament; 6 of the 9 had members included on the list.
- Three of the four largest political parties in Italy; Forza Italia, Lega Nord and the Five Star Movement, had no reliable allies.
Of the 6 political groups that had reliable allies listed.
- Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats, had 82 out of 188
- Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe, had 40 out of 68
- European United Left–Nordic Green Left, 34 out of 51
- European People's Party, had 32 out of 219
- The Greens–European Free Alliance, had 29 out of 52
- European Conservatives and Reformists, had 9 out of 71, of which 6 were Tories from Britain
Interestingly, the political grouping with the highest proportion of reliable allies (two-thirds) within the group was the far-left European United Left–Nordic Green Left which includes such otherwise Eurosceptic parties as Die Linke, Syriza and La France Insoumise.
22 of the 226 of the members already have pages here:
|Hans van Baalen||"A Dutch pirate and a villain"|
|Elmar Brok||lobbyist and European parliament politician|
|Elisa Ferreira||Appointed European Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms by Ursula von der Leyen in December 2019. In 2020 was helping to fight Covid with emergency spending|
|Sylvie Goulard||French politician who attended the 2016 Bilderberg. Deputy Governor of the Bank of France since 2018|
|Richard Howitt||Member of the European Parliament|
|Kaja Kallas||Estonian politician|
|Syed Kamall||A member of the European Parliament|
|Sajjad Karim||A member of the European Parliament|
|Timothy Kirkhope||A member of the European Parliament|
|David Martin||Spooky MEP|
|Roberta Metsola||Maltese MEP who was named a "reliable ally" of George Soros. She has been President of the European Parliament since January 2022.|
|Claude Moraes||A member of the European Parliament|
|Olli Rehn||Attended the 2007 Bilderberg as European Commissioner for Enlargement. FIFA COVID-19 Relief Plan steering committee chair|
|Marietje Schaake||Dutch spooky euro-politician. Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace|
|Elly Schlein||"Rising star" of Italian politics with heavy deep state backing.|
|Barbara Spinelli||MEP, Second generation Bilderberger|
|Kay Swinburne||A member of the European Parliament|
|Charles Tannock||A member of the European Parliament|
|Guy Verhofstadt||Former Belgian Prime-Minister. European Parliament's Brexit Coordinator and Chair of the Brexit Steering Group. Banned from Russia since 2015.|