George Soros Has Enemies. He’s Fine With That. Mr. Soros is convinced that the arc of history may soon turn back his way, that Mr. Trump’s election and Brexit were the nadir of anti-globalism and that a backlash to that nationalism is coming. Having just published a collection of essays this week, called “In Defense of Open Society,” he acknowledged that his brand of “globalism” — which he takes to mean an integrated, global economy underpinned by the rule of law — is out of favor amid Mr. Trump’s “America First” approach, the trade war, the debate over Brexit and escalating fighting in the Middle East.
George Soros is a billionaire philanthropist, a former currency trader, a liberal champion and — in certain circles — a boogeyman. That last label seems to be a badge of honor.
When you read this article today championing end times evildoer George Soros, just remember a few things about its source, the recently-deceased ‘Gray Lady’ of the fake news New York Times. George Soros has recently invested millions into the NYT, and right after he did that, the news rag began publishing some very complimentary stories about him. In fact, one might call it a veritable whitewashing of this very dirty individual.
No more mentioning his Nazi past, no more mentioning how Soros betrayed his fellow Jews in WWII and helped the Nazis steal their money and possessions. That stuff is so yesterday. Now he has been recast as a ‘philanthropist’ who just goes around doing good. But you and I know different, don’t we? So expect to see George Soros, still stinging from zero return on the 2016 election he bought for Hillary Clinton, and looking to settle the score in 2020. America’s second Civil War, already well underway, will reach a fever pitch in 2020.
George Soros Has Enemies. He’s Fine With That.
FROM THE NY TIMES: “I’m very proud of the enemies I have,” he said in an interview in his apartment on New York’s Upper East Side. “It’s a perfect way to tell a dictator or a would-be dictator if he identifies me as an enemy.”
The list of people who do seem to think of Mr. Soros as an enemy includes President Trump and his personal lawyer Rudolph Giuliani, the government of China, and an uncountable number of conspiracy theorists.
Their objections to Mr. Soros, 89, stem from his backing of liberal causes and super PACs that opposed Mr. Trump and supported Democratic candidates like Hillary Clinton, and his Open Society Foundation, which, funded by his billions, has supported democracy and human rights in some 120 countries, often opposing autocratic regimes.
There’s also a substantial amount of anti-Semitism directed toward Mr. Soros, who was born into a Jewish family in Hungary.
Having just published a collection of essays this week, called “In Defense of Open Society,” he acknowledged that his brand of “globalism” — which he takes to mean an integrated, global economy underpinned by the rule of law — is out of favor amid Mr. Trump’s “America First” approach, the trade war, the debate over Brexit and escalating fighting in the Middle East.
Looking out a window with expansive views of Central Park, Mr. Soros spoke about China, Mr. Trump and who he thinks will face off against the president in next year’s election.
Notably, Mr. Soros is convinced that the arc of history may soon turn back his way, that Mr. Trump’s election and Brexit were the nadir of anti-globalism and that a backlash to that nationalism is coming.
“Trump is still doing a tremendous amount of damage,” he said, lifting himself up a bit in his desk chair. “I mean, just the last week what he has done in the Middle East has been devastating for America’s influence in the world,” he said, referring to the withdrawal of American troops from Syria.
Mr. Trump “is an aberration, and he is clearly putting his personal interests ahead of the national interests,” he said. “That’s a fact.”
His face brightening, he said: “I think it will contribute to his demise next year. So I am slightly predicting that things will turn around.” Mr. Soros’s bet is that Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts will become the Democratic nominee to compete against Mr. Trump.
“She has emerged as the clear-cut person to beat,” he said. “I don’t take a public stance, but I do believe that she is the most qualified to be president.” He quickly added that he was not endorsing Ms. Warren, perhaps realizing that any comment construed as an endorsement is likely to be used by her opposition.
“I’m not endorsing anybody because I want to work with whoever,” he said. “I don’t express my views generally because I have to live with whoever the electorate chooses.” READ MORE
Watch As George Soros Admits Nazi Collaboration With No Regrets Of Any Kind
George Soros has repeatedly called 1944 “The Best Year of his Life.” 70% of Mr. Soros fellow Jews in Hungary, nearly a half-million human beings, were annihilated in that year, yet he gives no sign that this put any damper on his elation, either at the time or indeed in retrospect. During an interview with “Sixty Minutes” Steve Kroft, Soros was asked about his “best year.”
Source: George Soros Is Thrilled By The Civil War In Washington, Confidentially Predicts That 2020 Will Bring A Return To Globalism With Elizabeth Warren As The Democratic Nominee • Now The End Begins