Evidently I am not as paranoid as I once feared. I swear on my autographed copy of Ted Williams’ autobiography that George Soros is behind this entire financial “crises”, that he basically “owns” Barack Obama. He basically owns the DNC. He funds Move.On. He funds the Huff. Post, etc.
“…The Democratic Party lost $100 million or more to Soros-created entities like Americans Coming Together that collected that union money. So the control shifted from the Democratic Party to Soros’ network, which became the force behind Democratic Party politics. All Democratic candidates had to answer to Soros. Unions also provided workers during elections; 100,000 campaign workers amount to another $100 million, all of which were under the control of Soros-created 527s….Democrats are scared of him because he has too much power. Look what happened to Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Conn., who challenged him. Soros put up a complete non-entity in the primary and defeated him. Other Democrats don’t want him going into their congressional districts and unseating them, too. Everyone has to look over their shoulder, which is why they march in real lock-step, with very little disagreement or dissent.
Rep. Jane Harman, D-Calif., was a very good national security Democrat; nobody who ran against her ever got 40 percent. But her politics — and her votes — began to change when the Soros machine threatened to go in with a credible candidate and resources to defeat her.
Soros has a deep anti-American sentiment. In his view, George W. Bush created the terrorists. He’s so historically ignorant that it’s breathtaking, but even John Edwards repeated that when he said that the war on terror is nothing but a bumper sticker….”
The second sense in which it’s a shadow party is that Republicans were in power and Soros Democrats were seeking power, first to unseat the Democratic Party regulars and then the Republicans.
I am POSITIVE Soros is behind the idea to dump the dollar as the world’s currency. He wants to destroy the US. He wants to destroy us financially. He has sworn to do just that – have the dollar dumped as the world currency.
Soros operates one of the most successful hedge funds in the world. In the past few months he’s done quite well, netting over a cool billion.
“…If you examine the nature of the “Group of Thirty,” an affiliation which appears at the bottom of his biography, right after his Council on Foreign Relations membership, you will quickly learn that the President of the New York Federal Reserve Bank is an associate of the governor of the Chinese central bank through this mysterious organization of bankers and other top current and former officials from various countries. You will notice that other Obama nominees and associates are members, including Paul Volcker and Lawrence Summers.
You will also learn that this organization has been funded by―surprise―some of the same financial institutions getting federal bailout money. These include American International Group, Goldman Sachs and Citi, among others. Because it has a website and publishes an annual report, all of this seems open and above board. But the fine print reveals that some of the meetings are by “invitation only.”
The entire list of “contributors and supporters” of the “Group of Thirty” is quite impressive. You will find not only U.S. financial institutions getting bailout money, but central banks around the world and Arab financial interests. In addition, you also find private financial interests, including the hedge fund operated by billionaire and Obama contributor George Soros…”
George Soros is having a very good recession. Soros claims to have “predicted” this “crash” but I think he caused it.
“…A hedge fund manager who predicted the global credit crunch has said the financial crisis has been ‘stimulating’ and the culmination of his life’s work. George Soros, who predicted the global financial crisis twice before, was one of the few people to anticipate and prepare for the current economic collapse. Mr Soros said his prediction meant he was better able to brace his Quantum investment fund against the gloabal storm. But other investors failed to take notice of his prediction and his decision to come out of retirement in 2007 to manage the fund made him $US2.9 billion. And while the financial crisis continued to deepen across the globe, the 78-year-old still managed to make $1.1 billion last year. ‘It is, in a way, the culminating point of my life’s work,’ he told national newspaper The Australian. Soros is one of 25, top hedge fund managers from across Wall Street who have defied the credit crunch crisis to reap a total of $11.6billion (£7.9bn) last year. The managers made their profit by trading above the pain in the markets, according to Institutional Investor’s Alpha Magazine. Former maths professor James H. Simons, who has made billions in hedge fund Renaissance Technologies, earned $2.5 billion running computer-driven trading strategies. And John A. Paulson, who made his fortune by betting against the housing market, came in second earning $2 billion….”