What makes George Soros tick?

Barry Rubin thinks he knows.  I would say “what a sad, pathetic little man,” except for the fact that his “sad, pathetic little man” is one of the richest people in the world, and is using his personal pathologies to destroy a nation and its people.

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  1. Tonestaple says

    I think that’s a brilliant analysis:  Soros is so afraid of being sent to the ovens that he is eager to throw his fellow Jews into the ovens in hopes that he will be overlooked by those who are watching what he is doing.  In short, the man is a kapo.

  2. says

    Churchill knew the measure of this type of man:  “An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last.”  Appeaser, however, seems like too mild a word for a man who doesn’t just say “yes, yes,” but who actively conspires with, aids and abets the forces of destruction.

  3. SADIE says

    I’ve read a little bit about the Soros (formerly the Schwartz family) who changed the family name in 1936. George would have been about 6 years old at the time.  Supposedly, the reason for the change in family name was to be less easily identified as Jewish. The ‘less’ thinking became chameleon thinking, which in the end became thinking less and less of yourself  as anything thus unable to identify with anything. Soros learned early on, with the helping hand of his father the art of camouflage and in so doing, disassociate and disconnect. He did this with ease during the formative years. The only roots he invested in was making money – make enough of it and you can control not only your life, but the lives of others. He never acknowledged that he lost control of his life when his father turned in the family name and later when George ‘turned in the list of Jewish names. What did those names mean to him when his own original family name had a lesser value.
     
     
    Soros has only one cause – his own.
     
     

  4. says

    I remember Ozzie and the usual crowd defending Soros. A capitalist, and the Leftist useful tools wish to defend him. For good reason. He’s the greedy, amoral capitalist they all tell us Republicans are full of.
     
    The truth is, Soros pays them to talk. It ian’t like it is their idea. They aren’t the boss of anything, members of the Left. Cannon fodder, that is all. The real people with real money, they decide for the Left what they will say and do.
     
    And the Left are told by Soros to say that Soros is just a regular businessman, doing no harm.

  5. says

    The reason why Democrats won’t admit their perfidy is because they can’t. NOt just that they refuse to, but they can’t. It’d be the same as suicide. I mean, what are they going to say? That capitalism is bad and thus they have a billionaire robber baron that pays for other people’s suffering backing them? The argument makes no logical sense, if they came clean. They cannot explain on the one hand why the poor must sacrifice along with the rich, when it is the rich benefiting and paying advocates to “tax the rich”. Even the dumbest as hell Democrats can figure out that there’s something easily erroneous about that whole setup. Since the rich don’t pay money so that they can be taxed more. They rather pay money so that other competitors are taxed more, those with less money or power. This automatically brings into mind the fact that business men are rich but not as rich as greedy enemies of humanity like Soros and the Left.
     
    That’s beyond preposterous and hypocritical people. That’s engineered destruction and famine.
     
     

  6. Danny Lemieux says

    Hmmm. “Kapo” is a good term. Would a more descriptive distillation of Prof. Rubin’s posting be “Jew-hating Jewish sociopath”? Unfortunately, in his quest to prove to the world that he is not “Jewish”, he feeds the absolutely worst stereotypes from which Jews historically have suffered.
     
    A few years ago, Roman Catholic Cardinal openly claimed that the “Anti-Christ” walks among us and that he presents himself as a “pacifist, ecologist and ecumenist”. Hmmmm.

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