Soros’s Son Received by the Pope in the Vatican

September 05, 2023
Francis receiving Bill Clinton. Alexander Soros is third to the right from the Pope

The Vaticanist Giuseppe Nardi announced on the website on July 6, 2023, that the former President of the United States, Bill Clinton, had been received by Pope Francis the day before, Wednesday July 5. He was accompanied by a large retinue, among whom was Alexander Soros, son of billionaire George Soros.

As announced by the Wall Street Journal at the beginning of June, Alexander has just succeeded his father. He now controls the financial empire, NGOs, and media grouped under the name of Open Society Foundations, well known for their anti-Christian activism.

Giuseppe Nardi recalls the Clinton administration policy in favor of abortion: “during the UN conferences in Cairo (1994) and Beijing (1995), the pro-abortion roadmap was written down for the first time, in a veiled way, in UN documents. Terms such as ‘reproductive health’ were and still are used for this purpose.”

“Under Clinton, the culture of death gained ground.” And he points out that the American left has resolutely embarked on “an aggressive ideological campaign against the natural order: against marriage, the family, the unborn, and for abortion and homosexuality.”

According to the Italian Vaticanist, George Soros financed “Francis' visit to the United States, in September 2015, to the tune of 600,000 dollars.” And he reveals that this financial support had been “made public by Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, was managed by Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga, the Pope's confidant.”

(WikiLeaks is a non-profit NGO, founded by Julian Assange in 2006, which publishes classified documents. The leaks come from anonymous sources. Perhaps they will one day be identified?)

Still, Alexander Soros was surreptitiously inserted into Bill Clinton's entourage. And Giuseppe Nardi wishes to clarify: “This little trick had been agreed between the two parties. The Vatican receives a precise list of all those accompanying a personality received by the pope. St. Martha’s House was aware and gave its consent.”

Vatican News, the media portal of the Holy See, tried to tone down criticism of the strange group of visitors by pointing out that Alexander Soros did not speak directly to Francis during the audience, because the Pope spoke with Bill Clinton, who was the actual guest.

“During the tête-à-tête between Francis and Clinton, Alexander Soros allegedly visited certain places in the Vatican with the other members of the delegation. He met Francis ‘only’ to greet him and take some photos.”

And he insists: “The official audiences granted to heads of state are part of the compulsory program because of diplomatic practices, the Holy See itself being subject to international law.”

“A private hearing, on the other hand, falls within the discretionary power of St. Martha’s House. By receiving or not receiving whoever he wants, Francis signals his sympathy, his benevolence, his recognition, his agreement, and also his belonging.”