Monday, February 14, 2011

'Soros’ main life objective, as he told his biographer, is to “become the conscience of the world.”'

By Kyle-Anne Shiver
February 13, 2011

George Soros has a Nazi problem. I don’t say that lightly. In fact, I regard those who go around calling people Nazis without substantial verification of such an allegiance to be either without conscience or without strong mental moorings.
So, who was the most prominent individual of the past decade to use the Nazi smear against another public person? That would be George Soros himself.
To refresh the national memory, let’s recall George Soros’ public “Bush is like Hitler” remarks, beginning in 2003. Laura Blumenfeld interviewed George Soros for The Washington Post and summed up Soros’ antipathy for Bush thus:
Soros believes that a “supremacist ideology” guides this White House. He hears echoes in its rhetoric of his childhood in occupied Hungary. “When I hear Bush say, ‘You’re either with us or against us,’ it reminds me of the Germans.” It conjures up memories, he said, of Nazi slogans on the walls, Der Feind Hort Mit (“The enemy is listening”). “My experiences under Nazi and Soviet rule have sensitized me,” he said in a soft Hungarian accent.
Soros’ first volley into the Bush-Hitler meme was quickly followed by a ad campaign against then-President George W. Bush using actual WWII Nazi film footage, interspersed with Bush comparisons.

1 comment:

  1. Soros seems to enjoy the name-calling of others (such as "nazis", etc.) and he apparently does not realize that he himself is really mightily like a fellow named Joseph Goebbels - but without the clubbed foot!!

    He even seems to ascribe to one of Joe's precepts which says:

    “Think of the press as a great keyboard on which the government can play.”