Recently, Clooney and wife Amal paid a visit to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, where they encouraged her to continue facilitating the invasion of Germany. Breitbart reports that Clooney "told reporters that he 'absolutely' agrees with Merkel’s handling of the crisis and her acceptance of many migrants into the country."
The meeting, which also included former UK Foreign Minister David Miliband, lasted 40 minutes. The article includes a photograph, you can see that George looks very noble as he encourages Chancellor Merkel keep Germany's gates open. After all, this is a Hollywood star we're dealing with, who pretends to be other people.
After the meeting, Clooney bemoaned U.S. "refugee" policy on German TV. Quoth Clooney “You know in the United States, we aren’t doing enough. We are a little less involved than we should be.”
So Clooney eggs on the German chancellor to open up Germany. I don't doubt Clooney had all sorts of very noble explanations of why Germany should facilitate its own invasion.
But when it comes to Clooney's own property in Italy, it's a completely different story. According to Breitbart,
The Clooneys’ public statements about immigration stand in odd juxtaposition to reports from northern Italy over the past year suggesting that the couple has found their $10 million Lake Como property to be too public. George Clooney Praises Merkel's Openness to Migrants as he Seeks Greater Seclusion in Italy"Too public" eh? You wouldn't want to be imposed upon by regular people, now would you?
Thomas D. Williams, Breitbart, Feb. 12, 2016
The 18th-century estate, which is reportedly now worth ten times what Clooney paid for it, or $100 million, is in a very exclusive area. But local mayor Roberto Pozzi still had to make extra efforts to guarantee the actor’s privacy last April and imposed a $600 fine for anyone found trespassing on or around the actor’s property.The Globalists who dispose of our future don't want to be distracted by regular folks.
Though many find it glamorous to have Clooney as a neighbor some, like local fisherman Livio de’ Angeli, resent the restrictions imposed to ensure the actor’s privacy. “I used to be able to leave my car here on the ramp leading down to the water, but now I can’t—I’d get fined by the police,” the man said. “You’re not allowed to park anywhere near the villa and you can’t take a boat within 100 meters of the house. It’s like living in a mini dictatorship.”
According to one source, Clooney loves his estate and the area, but he has received a huge offer for the villa, which he is considering, and “he would buy another, less accessible property in another area of Italy.”