George Soros = Evil?

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bleedinorange

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Maybe this Nazi sympathizing SOB should move to China and try to corrupt their political process as he has ours. The Chinese are not so welcoming of political activists as the U.S. Their jails are full of them.
Why should he move when he is able to use his wealth and the current apparatus in the White House to get what he wants here? He is all about global governance and one of the steps to achieve that goal is collapsing currencies such as the dollar which has been the dominant currency for so long due to it's remarkable resiliency. Of course making billions in the process is a great perk.
 

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Why should he move when he is able to use his wealth and the current apparatus in the White House to get what he wants here? He is all about global governance and one of the steps to achieve that goal is collapsing currencies such as the dollar which has been the dominant currency for so long due to it's remarkable resiliency. Of course making billions in the process is a great perk.
A guy can dream can he not?
 

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That's pretty par for the course for Soros, and he's not saying anything (especially with regard to the rapid and massive shift of power from America to China that has already taken place in the eyes of most people) that the vast majority of people outside of the United States (and many within) aren't already thinking and aren't already hearing all day, every day. Even given the number of Americans lamenting our "loss of influence" and buying into the completely unsupportable "China owns us" myth it is still surprising how little it is grasped domestically that outside our borders many people no longer consider us the most powerful nation, many no longer even consider us a superpower much less "the" superpower, and many who do still consider us so believe we won't be for more than a few more years at best. The overwhelming belief abroad is that China is already the most powerful nation, and that they will come soon to dominate us the way we dominate Canada or Britain or France today.
 

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That's pretty par for the course for Soros, and he's not saying anything (especially with regard to the rapid and massive shift of power from America to China that has already taken place in the eyes of most people) that the vast majority of people outside of the United States (and many within) aren't already thinking and aren't already hearing all day, every day. Even given the number of Americans lamenting our "loss of influence" and buying into the completely unsupportable "China owns us" myth it is still surprising how little it is grasped domestically that outside our borders many people no longer consider us the most powerful nation, many no longer even consider us a superpower much less "the" superpower, and many who do still consider us so believe we won't be for more than a few more years at best. The overwhelming belief abroad is that China is already the most powerful nation, and that they will come soon to dominate us the way we dominate Canada or Britain or France today.
I disagree with the bolded part of your post, entirely.
 
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It sounds like this is one of those rare cases where both sides are in general agreement that this man is a bad guy. But the democrat party does not admonish, chastise or disown him. Why? What if he were a Republican and was doing the same things but was pushing a radical right wing agenda. Would the media, democrat party and those paying attention be all up in arms?

As importantly, what would the conservatives in this country do? Would we condone this?

Discussion?
Your question is based on what if this, then that would happen. What if Soros went after the Independant party, or the libertarians? So what? It doesn't get to the bottom line. There is a method to his madness, a stradegy. Ask the question, would Soros go after the Republican party and why? It makes more sense for Soros to go after the democratic party because they were the anti-war, civil rights giants in the 60's, people would much more willingly go along with evil, as long as it has a compassionate overtone. It is easier to corrupt people using compassion than it is enforcing personal responsibility and hard work, which is the general manifesto of the Republican party. If you can make people think, what they are doing is helping the poor, rather than making the rich, richer, you can get all kinds of positive reaction to a sinister plot. However, the Republican intent (which is what they say, not what they do necisarily) is to lower taxes so people will have more money for themselves, including poor people.

Interesting topic, I'm glad you are spreading the word about Soros. Great article, thanks!
 

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Any story that starts off claiming he isn't a god-fearing man and continues to highlight he's an atheist as a reason he's so "evil", has lost me.