I’ve done a bit of research on him, as have several others. Our radar has been recalibrated to seek out his movements, and the screens updated to recognize the serpentine signature that defines him and his efforts to overthrow the United States and eliminate our way of life. There is only one thing you need to know:
This guy hates you.
The reason why is anyone’s guess.
The fact remains that he is doing everything in his considerable power to sway public opinion in favor of his twisted plan for “world governance” and an “open, global society” (under his control, naturally) with America in a greatly reduced role, except for our money. Whatever you may think of Glenn Beck, he has dedicated himself to making sure that Soros’ agenda is not ignored. For that, Beck has been the target of repeated boycotts of his show by various arms of the Soros Media Manipulation Machine.
So, when the radar alarms sounded their claxon call, this came up on the screens in big, bold letters, “On April 8, a group he’s funded with $50 million is holding a major economic conference and Soros’s goal for such an event is to “establish new international rules” and “reform the currency system.” It’s all according to a plan laid out in a Nov. 4, 2009, Soros op-ed calling for “a grand bargain that rearranges the entire financial order.”
Hmm, a “grand bargain” from a Nazi sympathizer and collaborator? What could possibly go wrong?
All five of my readers know that I’m not particularly keen on this whole global economy thingy. We are in a unique situation as the world’s largest economy (for now), yet the rules of economic engagement no longer serve to protect the American worker from disruptions elsewhere in the world, as the disaster in Japan has so ably demonstrated. In fact, had we the manufacturing capability we once had, we might be in a better position to help the good people of Japan.
But I digress. The fact that Soros is assembling some of his closest
Not content with that little exercise in subversion, this weekend the alarms sounded again with this dire warning, "The liberal group Media Matters has quietly transformed itself in preparation for what its founder, David Brock, described in an interview as an all-out campaign of “guerrilla warfare and sabotage” aimed at the Fox News Channel."
Another Hmmm. "Warfare and sabotage" of a popular news channel brought by a Nazi sympathizer and collaborator?
It’s becoming clear that this guy aims to brainwash Americans into believing things that aren’t true. Naturally, the question arises, “Why would anyone want to do this?” Maybe it’s just me, but I haven’t yet found an answer that comforts me and makes me think that I’ll be better off in any way.
Ironically, it’s this latest effort that seems to run afoul of the law. Media Matters currently operates as a tax-exempt organization, and that status depends on the stipulation that they not support any political organizations or candidates in any way. By engaging in this new tactic, Media Matters is guilty of tax evasion. Normally, I’d be content to let our justice system work its magic and expect that either Media Matters stand down or start paying taxes like every other political organization does.
But with this administration, I no longer have that confidence in my government to enforce the law. Eric Holder has repeatedly shown contempt for certain laws and has demonstrated on numerous occasions his penchant for selective enforcement of them. Constitutionality aside, one expects everyone to play by the same rules. Not so Holder. I’m still waiting for a Congressional investigation into his quite illegal antics.
One has to wonder, at what point does speech cross the line that separates freedom of expression from open sedition?
Any way, rest well knowing that George Soros is busy, busy, busy trying to destroy your country.