How the British Invented George Soros

by Richard Poe IN 1993, many in Europe felt betrayed. Some grumbled about an “Anglo-Saxon plot.” Britain had rejected monetary union with Europe, saying she would stick with the British pound. Tempers flared. Tongues loosened. Rhetoric was starting to get downright racial. “There is a kind of plot,” said Belgian Foreign Minister Willy Claes. “In the Anglo-Saxon … Continue reading How the British Invented George Soros