Sunset Over George Soros‘ Sparkling New World

Thursday, March 16, 2017
By Paul Martin

Phil Butler
New Eastern Outlook
15.03.2017

Billionaire investor George Soros sure had a run on establishing a bold new world. Though he continues to pour millions into protest and crises worldwide, the fading dream of either an “Open Society” or even “Cosmopolitanism” and a globalist doctrine are surely lost for his lifetime. As the famous cliché goes, “the jig is almost up” George. Lone wolf speculator or Illuminati captain, the world’s most famous billionaire villain has impacted our lives in ways most cannot imagine. Here’s a look into Soros and the Utopia that cannot be.

When George Soros was a boy in Hungary during World War II and the German occupation, he collaborated with the Nazis to help confiscate the possessions of Jews who would be detained, and more-often-than-not killed. Soros has never been apologetic about this, and has often stated that 1944 was the best year of his life. Today we see the footprints of Soros from the disaster Yugoslavia and Bosnia became, to the current destabilizing chaos. No matter how one gauges George Soros, it’s clear has played an integral, damaging and often mysterious role in the world. News these days frames the legendary billionaire as a kind of evil genius behind world chaos. But who is George Soros really?

Soros was born in August of 1930 into wealth in Budapest. The son of a Jewish lawyer named Tivadar Soros (changed from Theodor Schwarz), young George escaped the Nazi death camps by becoming part of the final solution. Later in the war the teenage Soros was secreted out of Budapest and on to London, where he somehow moved up the academic and later banking ladders of life. While it is not my purpose here to offer a biographical portrait, it is important to establish the essence of Soros as an amoral manipulator first, which this “Sixty Minutes” interview with Steve Kroft establishes this nicely. Secondly, it is my belief that Soros is one of several globalist billionaires who were “ushered” into power.

Some evidence suggests George Soros did not work his way to the top of the heap, as popular fairytales tell us. In the real world the “self made man” scarcely exists at all, if the truth is known about men like Soros, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, the Google boys, or a cadre of other miracle workers. I had originally though Soros was like these others, the new wave of world mechanics set in place by very old and very big money. But now I am not so sure.

Looking at Soros’ life after he left Bucharest in 1947, he attended the London School of Economics and was a student of the noted philosopher Karl Popper, from whom he metamorphosed his current views on society. It was Popper’s work “The Open Society and Its Enemies (1945)” which served as a model for Soros’ Open Society Foundations. In this piece written by Soros for the Atlantic, he outlines in plain sight his goal to transform the world into a kind of amoral utopia where there is no real truth. Reading Soros’ words I am at once mesmerized and stunned at the surgical and antiseptic core of his ideas. Soros also admits openly the “subversive” nature of this operations in Europe after the fall of communism.

The more I read of Soros’ work, the more I recognize his form of madness. Ideas like “communist menace” plaque his ideals like a beast, as does the fascist intonation. What’s most acutely illustrative of a twisted mind though is the way Soros’ dogma turns in onto itself. Not only are communism and fascism the enemy, so is excessive individualism – or in other words, his own “Open Society” utopia. Soros is a man given immense power, whose only message is circular chaos. The only thing he seems to really believe in is what he calls the “magic of the marketplace” – which may be some twisted childhood nightmare from Nazi times? Whatever the symbiosis of Soros’ lunacy, he actually seems to believe that some higher form of economics is our God. As crazy as this assertion sounds, I assure you this is where this brilliant and twisted mind lives.

I find myself understanding Soros a bit better, and not knowing whether to admire him or to feel sorry for him. I try and imagine being an atheist or amoral, and being at the gateway to the ever after like Soros is at 86 years of age. But what is more interesting for me now is the notion of Soros the individual titan of societal change, or that of an immensely powerful henchman of some unseen hand. In the past I considered George Soros part of some ultra-powerful cartel or secret society like the Illuminati. Reading more and more I am not so sure now, for I have known some powerful people like this, and some who were totally independent in thought and deed. Soros the investor is a simple matter, but the supposed idealist underneath is still an enigma. Soros and his Quantum Fund make money like Las Vegas makes money, playing the margins and rigging the game in their whenever possible. In this regard, Soros could be just a bigger architype of the local tyrant who owns the savings and loan.

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