But I have a hard time believing in conspiracies of any size for the simple fact that there are always people who will spill the beans; let the cat out of the bag; open their yaps and talk. Unless of course there is a single, powerful dictator running the show, one which is powerful enough to do damage to anyone who crosses him, then it is a different story. But I wasn't aware of such a person. Sure I have heard the name George Soros - mostly in context with financial dealings of one sort or another, and although I was aware of his enormous wealth, that fact alone a Dr. Evil does not make.
The thing about Soros that really caught my attention were quotes attributed to the man himself. Quotes were he is said to have discussed his godlike nature, destiny and calling to make the world a better place. Look out.
“I fancied myself as some kind of god …” he once wrote. “If truth be known, I carried some rather potent messianic fantasies with me from childhood, which I felt I had to control, otherwise they might get me in trouble.” When asked by Britain’s Independent newspaper to elaborate on that passage, Soros said, “It is a sort of disease when you consider yourself some kind of god, the creator of everything, but I feel comfortable about it now since I began to live it out.” From Gulag BoundGeorge Soros is probably very intelligent, certainly very rich and I am certain that there are many topics of discussion on which I would agree with him completely. However, and particularly frightening is the fact that he is an egomaniac with a God complex. So, whether or not he is right on a given issue to me is irrelevant; the danger that this man poses far overshadows any amount of good he might accomplish. And while he may consider himself to be God, he is not.
What other notable figures in history have had this disease? (The official name for it is Hubris, I believe) I think Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Edi Amin - all good and likely candidates for this diagnosis. That is the potential of an egomaniac - doesn't matter whether they spout off to the right or the left - if they are not kept in check that is where they can wind up.
"Oh, but Mr. Soros is doing such wonderful things!", I can hear the lefties singing his praises already. Well Mr. Hitler did some good things, too - I reply. He built a lovely set of roads through Germany and gave us the ever popular "Volkswagen". He was said to have been a vegetarian (in contrast to Mr. Amin who was more of a "Humanitarian" har, har, yuck yuck) plus Hitler was very kind to animals, too. Gosh, what a swell guy was Adolf, eh?
It isn't the areas of agreement that are important, or that the egomaniac intends to do good, or even actually does do a great amount of good. It is the unchecked, unpredictable capacity to do evil that is the problem. Our romance with Mr. Soros can produce a marriage made in heaven, until we disagree with him. Then we will discover hell.
While we're on the topic of hell, and what the road there is paved with, do you really think that Adolf Hitler, Joey Stalin, or the other guy saw themselves as the bad guys? I mean, a real Dr. Evil in the sense of doing evil for evil's sake only, doesn't exist to my knowledge. They all see themselves as benevolent dictators of one sort or the other.
Finally, I don't care what his excuse is for trying to play God - it ain't what we signed up for in this country. Let him go mess with China if he needs something to keep himself busy. My guess is the Chinese will be having none of that, but nevertheless, he should give it a try.
Our task in this country is to root out and identify the Soros whores, not so that we can harm them in any way, rather so that we know who they are and whose dirty work they are doing. I have faith enough in the American people to not allow themselves to be played for fools for too long.
Here's a good place to start:
Soros Whores - The List
- (Big Surprise) - Hanoi Jane
- Media Matters
- Jewish Group J Street