February 2, 2020
I used to think that Alex Jones was off his rocker in accusing George Soros of being a Nazi.
That’s before Soros came out with all of these anti-Semitic canards against Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook.
George Soros blasted Facebook at Davos, accusing the company of conspiring to help President Donald Trump win reelection.
“I think there is a kind of informal mutual assistance operation or agreement developing between Trump and Facebook,” Soros said at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland. “Facebook will work together to reelect Trump, and Trump will work to protect Facebook so that this situation cannot be changed, and it makes me very concerned for 2020.”
The liberal billionaire did not offer any proof, and Facebook denied it, but Soros doubled down on his anti-Facebook talk Friday in an opinion piece published in The New York Times.
“I believe that Mr. Trump and Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, realize that their interests are aligned – the president’s in winning elections, Mr. Zuckerberg’s in making money,” Soros wrote.
Soros also said neither Zuckerberg nor Sheryl Sandberg, the company’s chief operating officer, should be left in charge of Facebook. “They follow only one guiding principle: maximize profits irrespective of the consequences,” Soros wrote.
Facebook pushed back in a statement.
“While we respect Mr. Soros’ right to voice his opinion, he’s wrong. The notion that we are aligned with any one political figure or party runs counter to our values and the facts.”
The claim that Jews undermine nations in order to make money is an age-old anti-Semitic trope of the highest order. Some may even claim this is a canard.
It’s right at the top of Wikipedia’s list of the most famous canards.
Soros has just hopped the last train out of Canardville straight to Tropetown.
Is Soros running for mayor of Canard City?
However, we must also note that Facebook itself is anti-Semitic for not listening to George Soros and doing what he says.
Furthermore, Facebook is promoting a sexist conspiracy theory that Russia did not hack the 2016 election.
In January, a leaked internal post from longtime Facebook executive Andrew “Boz” Bosworth credited Trump’s 2016 win to the president’s digital advertising campaign. In 2020, Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale is focused again on Facebook.
“Was Facebook responsible for Donald Trump getting elected?” Bosworth wrote in the Dec. 30 post. “I think the answer is yes, but not for the reasons anyone thinks. He didn’t get elected because of Russia or misinformation or Cambridge Analytica. He got elected because he ran the single best digital ad campaign I’ve ever seen from any advertiser.”
Claiming that Russia is not responsible for Trump’s victory in 2016, and instead that he simply ran a good ad game, implies that Hillary Clinton did not secretly win the election, which is pure hatred for the shape of the genitalia.
The solution is for Facebook to ban all mention of the evil orange man. They can do that, because they’re a private company. And the only reason they wouldn’t do it is if they are trying to destroy democracy by allowing goyim to support pure evil.
The basis of democracy is silencing anyone who would dare speak out against the established norms of Jewishness.
And if Zuckerberg isn’t Jewish enough to understand that, or if he is so Jewish that he doesn’t care and only wants money, then he needs to be shut down.
We have to have a balance of ultra-Jewishness where the Jews are focused on Jewing the goyim for democracy, but don’t go ultra-double-Jewish and sell out democracy for money.