'Information about talks between Tony Blair and George Soros have been redacted from official reports of Davos meetings published by the European Commission, it is alleged.
The conversations between former British prime minister and Iraq War architect Tony Blair, Hungarian-born billionaire plutocrat and open borders campaign funder George Soros, and a top EU Commissioner reportedly took place at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
The talks are said to have centred around a plan to prevent the United Kingdom leaving the European Union, EU Observer reports.
Tony Blair has been secretly briefing against his own country to the leaders of foreign powers in an attempt to frustrate Brexit.
The European Commission released a series of summaries of discussions that had taken place at the summit but redacted large portions of text.
Some of the redacted lines censored the summary following the heading: “Soros and Blair: discussions with the two earliest backers of a ‘People’s Vote”.
Another summary indicated that the financial sector viewed “Italy” and “Brexit” as its two major risk areas.
EU Observer claims the redactions come despite the Commission’s claim that they were becoming more transparent, with the information withheld to “protect its decision-making process”.
Indeed, the EU Observer investigation notes that the Commission’s supposed mission to improve transparency is so far from being realised that a tool intended to allow EU citizens to see who their political masters are meeting hasn’t even caught up with the event: the meeting between Blair, Soros, and EU Commissioner Pierre Moscovici referenced in the redacted text does not even feature on his registered list of meetings, three months after it took place.'
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