George Soros attacked China describing it as the “most dangerous enemy” of the free world’s societies

The US billionaire George Soros in Davos was violently attacked China’s President Xi Jinping, saying it was “the most dangerous enemy” of free and democratic societies, where China said thst his remarks are “meaningless”.

“China is not the only despotic regime in the world, but it is by far the richest, most powerful and most sophisticated artificial intelligence”, Soros said in his traditional dinner speech on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday.

“This makes Xi Jinping the most dangerous enemy of those who believe in free societies”, he said.

Immediately, Soros staff sent his e-mail to the Chinese.

The infamous businessman stresses that he attaches great hope to the Chinese people.

“If these companies manage the G5 market”, the fifth generation mobile phone technology that is essential for the development of autos and other Internet-related objects”, it would be an unacceptable risk to the security of the world”, Soros said.

In front of journalists, economists and other invitees, Soros called on the United States to act against the two groups of Chinese technical industries Huawei and ZTE.

“Last year, I thought China’s absorption into global governance institutions should be enhanced, but since then Xi’s behavior has prompted me to change my mind”, he said.

The self-proclaimed enemy of US President Donald Trump, a money man who also works in charity, said the administration had certainly recognized China as a “strategic adversary”, but considered the idea “simplistic”.

Any effective political response to China should be “more sophisticated, detailed and pragmatic”, and should address Beijing’s ambitious overseas investment program, “New Silk Road”, he said.

Soros criticized the US President Donald Trump, who entered into trade talks with Beijing, for “concessions to China, declaring victory while reiterating his attacks against US allies”.

The militarist called on Washington to focus on its trade responses to China, rather than attacking its allies, citing a “cold war that could become hot” between the two superpowers.

“I focus on China, but free societies have other enemies, first of all, Russia,” he said. The most dangerous scenario is that these forces conspire with each other and share knowledge to oppress their peoples more”.

China on Friday denounced George Soros’s remarks and described it as “meaningless”.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Xueing confirmed at a regular press conference that Soros “confused wrong and right in a meaningless statement, not worth rebutting”.

“It is clear in today’s world that opens doors and builds roads, which closes doors and builds walls”, she said.

“We hope that the people concerned in the United States will take an objective, rational and correct attitude towards China’s progress”, she said.

The 88-year-old Soros was born in Hungary to a Jewish family fleeing Nazi persecution.

He was best known in the business world for a speculative attack against the British pound in 1992.

Soros became a constant target of nationalists and conspiracy theorists in Europe and the United States.

Economists blaming Soros of standing behind the severe economic shake-up of Southeast Asian countries in the late 1990s.

It’s worth mentioning that China is one of the largest countries in the world to invest in US Treasuries and the largest creditor of the United States in the world.

The total US debt to China until 2018 is about one trillion, two hundred billion US dollars, which is 19 percent of the total US debt value to world’s countries, which is in total about six trillion dollars of total US dept that are about 22 trillion US dollars.