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Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Just how evil is Soros?

In an earlier post, I reported that George Soros is donating $100 million to 'Human Rights Watch.' Just how much does this Jewish philanthropist not care for Jews? If even half of what Roger Simon writes is true, this guy is a bad character who is certainly not giving money to 'Human Rights Watch' because he expects it will make them less biased against Israel.
What disturbs most is something you will not read about in his Wikipedia entry, except in the most veiled manner. Soros — who appears in the right-hand column of that entry as a “Hungarian American” and an “atheist” — is a Hungarian Jew who, when 14 at the height of the Holocaust, was, well… no Anne Frank.

The Ottawa Sun’s Ezra Levant, quoted by Kimball, puts it succinctly:
To survive, George, then a teenager, collaborated with the Nazis.

First he worked for the Judenrat. That was the Jewish council set up by the Nazis to do their dirty work for them. Instead of the Nazis rounding up Jews every day for the trains, they delegated that murderous task to Jews who were willing to do it to survive another day at the expense of their neighbours.

Theodore [his father] hatched a better plan for his son. He bribed a non-Jewish official at the agriculture ministry to let George live with him. George helped the official confiscate property from Jews.
Well, okay, you’re thinking — he was fourteen. Give the guy a break. And I must admit that I — a secular Jew like Soros — have occasionally speculated about how I would have behaved in similar circumstances. And, although in my fantasy I might be a noble resistance fighter, laying my life on the line against fascism the way Primo Levi and others have described it, I certainly have no way of knowing. I might have been a sleazy collaborator myself. But I do know this: if I had done something like that just to survive, it would have haunted me the rest of my days.

And here’s the really creepy part: not so George Soros. In a surprisingly overlooked interview with 60 Minutes‘ Steve Kroft, Soros denied guilt or second thoughts about his World War II activities.

From Levant again:

How does Soros feel about what he did as a teenager? Has it kept him up at night?

Steve Kroft of 60 Minutes asked him that. Was it difficult? “Not at all,” Soros answered.

“No feeling of guilt?” asked Kroft. “No,” said Soros. “There was no sense that I shouldn’t be there. If I wasn’t doing it, somebody else would be taking it away anyhow. Whether I was there or not. So I had no sense of guilt.”

Somebody else would have done it. Sound familiar? It’s just the kind of excuse you might use when devaluing the British pound. A psychoanalyst might call it “splitting,” taking a part of your personality and splitting it off, as if there were two disconnected parts of you — the monster and the good citizen. The good citizen provides a mask, a disguise for the monster to do his work.
Read the whole thing.

I don't know about the rest of you, but this guy gives me the creeps.


At 6:26 AM, Blogger tuleesh said...

I can't be as generous as you, Carl, and call this person, a creep. The man is willing do to great harm to look out for number one.

It's one thing to be a scared kid and do what your told. It's quite another to continue doing destructive things to others once out of danger. The man is evil, and he wants NO reminders of that fact.

Jews, the brave, and freedom-loving people, remind him of his terrible acts. Of his seduction by evil and eventual submission to it. If he can get rid of them there'll no longer be any "bad memories."

You know what's scary? Some of this guys kids believe just as "dear old dad" does.

At 8:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

George Soros: King of the Kapos.

At 11:08 AM, Blogger Juniper in the Desert said...

Soros the psychopath: he has zero conscience as he tortures his victims.

I always look at the mouths of these savages, he is a cannibal.

At 7:35 AM, Blogger Poppy Bison said...

Even his voice reeks.

At 7:44 PM, Blogger Harry said...

Who cares? He hates Bush and Republicans. That's good enough for me.


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