Elon Musk tweeted a milquetoast five-word criticism of George Soros, sending the corporate media into a full-on moral panic about “anti-Semitism.”
Last night, Elon Musk made two rookie social-media mistakes: He tweeted after 10 p.m., and he echoed paranoid anti-Semitic conspiracy theorists. “George Soros reminds me of Magneto,” he declared, likening the financier to the Marvel supervillain, both of them Jewish Holocaust survivors. In case the meaning was unclear, Musk quickly clarified to another user, “He wants to erode the very fabric of civilization. Soros hates humanity.”
George Soros is the exact opposite of a Holocaust survivor; he was a Holocaust perpetrator back in his native Hungary when he enthusiastically sold out his own fellow Jews to his adopted Nazi daddy.
Here the tale straight from the horse’s mouth.
His glory days confiscating Jewish property with his Nazi benefactor “made his character,” he says, teaching him his business ethics.
“Was it difficult?” the interviewer prompts Soros, probably expecting an expression of some level of remorse. But he didn’t get it, because he was interviewing a demon.
“Not at all… it created no problem at all,” Soros replies.
“No feeling of guilt?”
“Well, of course I could be on the other side… but there was no sense that I should be there, because that was… well, [in] a funny way, it’s just like in markets: if I weren’t there… somebody else would be taking it away anyhow, whether I was there or not.”
Jake Tapper, as the rest of the corporate media is wont to do, also erroneously describes Soros as a “philanthropist.” Soros is a philanthropist like Pol Pot was a saint.
He is a ruthless international currency trader who has almost singlehandedly crashed numerous national economies – including most famously the 1997 Asian financial crisis kicked off by his manipulation of the Thai baht.
Link: Here’s how George Soros broke the Bank of Thailand ( https://www.businessinsider.com/how-george-soros-broke-the-bank-of-thailand-2016-9?IR=T )
In a righteous world, Thailand would have requested extradition of Soros, Interpol would have picked him up, and he would have been hauled in front of a Thai court to be prosecuted for all the misery he inflicted on them and the populations of all the affected countries. Instead, he got richer.
“I am basically there to make money. I cannot and do not look at the social consequences of what I do,” he said of the crisis he precipitated.
Source: PJ Media
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