Is this company registration document proof of a local online news portal was being controlled by a foreign government?
After DC Leaks exposed a George Soros linked NGO as trying to play kingmaker in Malaysian politics, many local groups and even news media organisations were revealed to have received support from the Open Society Foundation (OSF).
Blogger Lim Sian See said that not only did OSF provide funding to local news portal Malaysiakini, company documents show that George Soros could actually own the news portal through another individual.
“Other than giving funding to Malaysiakini (as exposed in DC Leaks and now admitted by Soros last night), Soros also owns 29% of Mkini indirectly as part of his wider “network of networks”,” the blogger highlighted in a Facebook posting in February last year.
The message was accompanied by a screenshot of a company registration form showing that a company called Media Development Loan Fund (MDLF) with a CEO named Harlan Mandel owns 29% of Malaysiakini.
The blogger connected the dots linking MDLF to Soros by pointing out that MDLF was started by Soros and Handel use to work for Soros before helming MDLF as CEO.
The posting went out to describe how George Soros’s Open Society Foundations (OSF) have so far spent more than USD13 billion (RM54.4 billion) on influencing political outcomes overseas and how he has a strong anti-China stance.
The blogger in earlier postings yesterday highlighted how “Soros makes his money (a fortune of USD25 billion now) from currency speculation and form governments failing.
“He is not doing regime change out of the goodness of his heart or because he particularly like Malaysia.”
A video link was also shared detailing how Angelina Jolie’s father, actor Jon Voight called Soros “an evil man”.
The blogger cautioned that “since Soros’ OSF said they are now the driver for the “The Malaysia Campaign”, this means that people like Mahathir and DAP are just following the lead of Soros”.
Malaysiakini has published on its portal about the George Soros connection.
In a statement published under the heading ‘Accountability & Transparency’, the news portal acknowledged its connection to MDLF and Harlan Mandel but highlighted that “among the rules governing the organisation, is that the board shall not interfere with editorial matters” … Read More.