Along with the seizure came the issuance of arrest warrants for 11 members of Soros' organizations who are believed to have given "financial support to the civil disobedience movement against the military junta."
The new government of Myanmar says it plans to take legal action against the Open Society Foundations, which allegedly violated "restrictions on the activities of such organizations."
For one, Soros' Open Society Foundations did not receive approval from Myanmar authorities to deposit $5 million into their Myanmar bank accounts. The Open Society Foundations also illegally withdrew $1.4 million from these same bank accounts.
"Military-aligned groups including the Union Solidarity and Development Party have accused Soros of manipulating Myanmar's politics by supporting civil society organizations in the country," reads a website from Thailand that tracks political developments in Myanmar.
Myanmar also recently banned the use of both Facebook and Twitter in the country after it was revealed that the Big Tech platforms were using hidden algorithms to promote anti-military protests following the military takeover.
Facebook and Twitter likewise interfered with the 2020 election here in the United States by censoring pro-Trump content while boosting pro-Biden content, among other crimes.
The U.S. military has maintained a strong presence in Washington, D.C., ever since Trippy Joe was "inaugurated" and installed in the White House. Because of this, some believe that the military is likewise calling the shots domestically as the fraudulent November election is sorted out in the background.
American involvement in Myanmar's political affairs goes back many years, it is important to note.
Back in 2012, failed presidential wannabe Hillary Clinton personally advised an individual named Aung San Suu Kyi to contest a parliamentary seat in the 2012 Burmese elections – Burma is another name for Myanmar, by the way.
Kyi ultimately took Clinton's advice, effectively kickstarting her own political career in Burma as the Clinton Crime Family pulls many strings globally.
Barack Hussein Obama also strongly supported Kyi's rapid rise to power, petitioning on her behalf to have her released from house arrest. Kyi was repeatedly arrested during the 1990s and 2000s for rioting and other "subversive acts" against the Myanmar government.
In 2012, Obama awarded Kyi the U.S. Congressional Gold Medal, which she described as "one of the most moving days of my life." Three years later, Kyi rose to power through heavy manipulation by the Obama regime.
The Obama regime imposed sanctions on Myanmar that it said would only be lifted if Kyi was given a high political role in the country. Also backing Kyi was none other than Soros and his expansive global non-government organization (NGO) network, which is now being prosecuted in Myanmar.
Commenting on the developments, one National File reader wrote that Myanmar deserves more credit than America for taking action against those who manipulated its election. Meanwhile, the U.S. is being run by a dementia patient and an ineligible foreigner from Jamaica whose family owned slaves and nothing is apparently being done to rectify the situation.
"The Republican state-run legislatures had a duty to do something and they sat on their hands," wrote another National File about how RINO (Republican in name only) traitors contributed to the theft of America by the corrupt Democrats.
"They allowed the theft of the election. They are a collection of spineless cowards and traitors."
More related news about the fraudulent 2020 election can be found at Trump.news.
Sources for this article include: