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Publisher's Summary

George Soros’ web of influence is documented and exposed.

No one else in modern politics has anywhere near the power and influence of George Soros, both domestically and internationally. Backed by the tens of billions of dollars he’s accumulated throughout his career, Soros has his hand in influencing the media, activist groups, colleges, presidential elections, global elections, local US politics, and much more. Soros has earned himself a reputation as a “boogeyman” character on the right, and nowhere else will you find such an extensive documentation of his influence as in this book.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2022 Matt Palumbo (P)2022 Post Hill Press

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Knowledge is power, let's shut him down

I have come to rely on Matt Palumbo for the most current and most important information on what is going on in the world. This book did not let me down. If you don't know anything about George Soros besides he is rich you NEED to know everything. Matt does not hold back. He does not judge but he does question, something we ALL should be doing. The things this man has his hands in should scare every single American, Republican, Democratic and all those in between. Soros sees himself as a God, not the authors suggestion....MINE. Soros has even stated as such and he wishes to control everything happening in this country and the rest of the world. His agenda is to cause mayhem and disrupt law and order. He is, in my opinion, the devil incarnate. And it is up to us to beat him back. We have done it before we can do it again. Thank you Matt for another winner. I learn more from you than any "journalist". I look forward to your next lesson.

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must read!

this is a very important book about the influence peddling and malign activities of George Soros. his so-called philanthropy to advance himself his own wealth and his twisted worldview agenda must be not only exposed but stopped. a must-read for any Patriot concerned about the upside down and insanely calamitous direction of the USA.

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Every American

needs to read this and "The Laptop from Hell". If you still follow crazy lefties after doing so then you simply hate the United States and want to see it's destruction as we know it today. George Soros is a psychopath bent on destroying the US and creating a one world government. Palumbo does an excellent job of citing the facts to prove it. Cefalos is maybe the best narrator out there.

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Overall the book is good. It’s extremely distracting that the phrase “see footnote XXX” is said so many times. I get that the source is being identified but it was hard for me to focus on what was being said.

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hard to listen to

dry as a chicken bone
to many references
I'll sum it up.
man uses system to make lots of money.
man trys to build what he believes is a perfect world using the money.
destroys a lot of stuff doing it.
people are mad that he gets away with most of it.
master Monopoly player.
will be dead soon. one foot on a banana peel and one foot in the grave.

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Excellent Read!

Story is checked and well informed. Only thing I didn't care for keep reference to footnotes by Author. It can be annoying.

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Good book

The foot notes were tedious I get audio books to listen while I work or commute I don’t have the time or ability to reference foot notes every 3 minutes to background check something. It also breaks the continuity of the narration Over all great book

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True true true

Great illustration of Soros influence in Ukraine! They call them them Sorosyata. Moreover he’s sponsoring neo-nazi movement there.

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The Man Behind the Curtain

Great book. Overwhelming amount of evidence of criminal acts against governments and causing chaos. What the book does not dive into is the real reasons and/or motives of this clowns intentions - what makes him tick and why.

Also the footnotes callouts makes it distracting IMO.

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Must read

I always knew Soros was destructive but I never knew his network was truly that big.
The constant footnotes isn’t great for listening to but the content is vey important to know

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