December 20, 2018
You know those crazy anti-Semites who spread their hate online? And you know those things that they accuse the Jew George Soros of doing?
Well funny that – he’s getting actually getting an award for all those things that these vicious anti-Semites accuse him of doing.
For a man facing daily attacks for his activism and liberal vision of the world, George Soros was in a curiously buoyant mood on a sunswept afternoon in Marrakesh. He had just visited South Africa, home to his first philanthropic foray in the late 1970s, when he funded black students under apartheid. This time he learnt that Soros-backed investigative media and civil society groups had helped thwart an allegedly corrupt nuclear power plant contract with Russia.
Lets, uh… unpack this.
Soros gets back from South Africa, a place where he and his fellow Jews unleashed the Blacks on the hapless Whites – a claim confirmed by the article.
Read it again if you don’t believe me. It says, “…his first philanthropic foray in the late 1970s, when he funded black students under apartheid.”
This time around, he decided to personally thwart some hapless Russian company’s attempt to set up a nuclear power plant.
Gee, loving Blacks, hating Whites and especially hating Russians? Those sound like some pretty anti-Semitic stereotypes.
And that’s just the opening paragraph…
“It was a tremendous boost to reinforce my belief that we are doing something right,” says Mr Soros. “We haven’t stopped having a beneficial influence.”
Influence has come at a painfully high cost for the 88-year-old father of the hedge fund industry and one of the world’s most prominent philanthropists. From his native Hungary to his adopted America, the forces of nationalism and populism are battering the liberal democratic order he has tirelessly supported. The man once described as the only individual with a foreign policy must contend with the rise of strongmen across the globe — and a vicious backlash designed to delegitimise him.
I’m going to try and goysplain this for you if I can. A lot of people are getting mad at this uber-kike for funding subversive activity, getting lauded for funding subversive activity and then turning right around and accusing the people who accuse him of doing the things that he brags about doing of being paranoid anti-Semites.
The Financial Times’s choice of Person of the Year is usually a reflection of their achievements. In the case of Mr Soros this year, his selection is also about the values he represents.
He is the standard bearer of liberal democracy and open society. These are the ideas which triumphed in the cold war. Today, they are under siege from all sides, from Vladimir Putin’s Russia to Donald Trump’s America.
True. Whatever your thoughts about the early USSR, and the USSR that fought World War II, that wall in Berlin kept half of Europe safe for half a century from virulent liberalism.
For more than three decades, Mr Soros has used philanthropy to battle against authoritarianism, racism and intolerance. Through his long commitment to openness, media freedom and human rights, he has attracted the wrath of authoritarian regimes and, increasingly, the national populists who continue to gain ground, particularly in Europe.
“I’m blamed for everything, including being the anti-Christ,” scoffs Mr Soros. “I wish I didn’t have so many enemies, but I take it as an indication that I must be doing something right.”
You heard it from the man himself. He likes being thought of as the anti-Christ. Doesn’t bother him at all.
There are so many anti-Semitic conspiracy theories targeting Mr Soros that it is difficult to keep count. Hardly a day goes by without a statement, a tweet or an image depicting him as a master manipulator of global politics.
Lol, even by Jews.
The venom, long concealed among extreme right networks, has leaked into the mainstream: Mr Trump, who resents Mr Soros’ support for the Democrats, has peddled allegations that he funded the caravan of central American migrants, claims that have appeared to have partly inspired the October attack on the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.
They just spent several paragraphs praising the man for doing all the things that the anti-Semites accuse him of doing. But it’s still a conspiracy theory. At this point, we need a new working definition of the term, “conspiracy theory.”
In particular, a conspiracy theorist is someone who doesn’t like what a Jew is doing.
I’m glad FT gave Soros this award.
Next time someone accuses you of paranoia regarding Soros… well, just fire up the ol’ Duckduckgo search engine and show them the article. And then show them the Daily Stormer so that they can really brush up on their anti-Semitism.