His push to break down borders by increasing immigration all over the world is undermining his desire to establish a unified Europe and a unified world. By pushing too hard, too fast, he's creating obvious pushback.
So, I decided to work on
an article that would help me get a little better sense of what
So, why is he pushing
immigration to the EU's breaking point?
Europe is clearly her favorite project, too, and yet she seems
hell-bent on stuffing immigrants from outside of Europe down every
European nation's throat, including her own, to a degree that is
clearly over stressing indigenous cultures and creating fractures
Another full-on euro crisis in 2017 seems like an obvious prediction to me.
Why is it not
obvious to those who so want the Eurozone to succeed?
Soros recently fell into a public tirade and wrote that Trump is a Nazi - a would-be dictator who threatens the glorious hope of the New World Order.
(The very fact that Soros
feels compelled to admit that Trump now "threatens the new world
order" makes me feel good to know that even the new world order's
strongest backers feel his hot breath on their necks. We can only
hope Soros is right.)
Here again, Soros is a
contradiction, for he is always talking about how important
democracy is; but I hope to sort that out in this article, too.
If he thinks Hillary would have done that, he must mean that, under Trump, we will now no longer carry out as many wars and coups as the US staged under Hillary's state department in order to assure democracy.
(Again, I would find that
refreshing; but it is apparently alarming to Soros who, himself, was
an advocate of the coup in Ukraine and of Hillary's war in Syria.
State Department documents.)
But everyone knows these movements are primarily being fueled by the EU's insane immigration policies.
Even in the US,
immigration was a main issue. Maybe liberals love these immigration
policies, but clearly there are too many people who don't, and when
you try to force feed people on each other, they're going to throw
up on you.
I say it is blindness because Soros does everything he can to destabilize any democracy that is nationalistic by bankrolling riots against any government that is not going along with his globalist dogma.
He is both pushing
unwanted immigration in mass and financing protests and coups, which
makes it seem peculiar that he's surprised by growing disorder in
the new world order.
Without that, he believes we will destroy each other.
He witnessed such
destruction as a boy in Hungary under Hitler's occupation where
clearly pluralistic cultures were not embraced, and he states those
years were formative to his character, as I imagine they would be.
Given the horrors that he
witnessed as a child, his need to force pluralistic societies into
being could be pathologically driven.
If I were asked what is the greatest common trait humanity has that can save us from each other, I wouldn't answer "pluralism."
I'd answer that it would have to be love of humanity. In the absence of love for all humanity, pushing people together will only create conflict, but I don't think Soros understands love.
Soros is working like a
machine to force something to happen because, like a machine, he
doesn't understand the underlying love that is necessary in order
for that to actually work.
By the same token, then, Soros only believes in it so long as those societies are moving democratically toward his unifying principle of pluralism were Jews and Germans, Blacks and Whites, Christians and Muslims can live side by side.
If, however, democracies
elect autocratic leaders, he prefers to rip them into shreds. Maybe
that is how he acts out his pent-up rage against Hitler, and maybe
that's why he has wanted to see so much immigration into Germany.
Here is the actual
interview, not the popular fake-news one plastered on conservative
sites all over the internet (which attempts to make Soros look even
worse than he naturally does by editing together statements that
didn't happen in the same context and by removing his qualifying
It didn't trouble him in the least
because he wasn't the one doing it.
That Soros says it
wasn't the least bit difficult indicates some pathology had already
set in… as though he was numb to what was happening or was able to
completely dissociate himself from what his Nazi protector was
Since someone is going to do it, it might as well be him. He admits that he never gives a thought to the morality of his investing or the pain he creates.
After causing financial pain to entire nations, he then gives money to build what he sees as better, more pluralistic nations.
Like an android who is compelled to do the right thing for
humanity by his programming, he doesn't understand that you cannot
force love, so you cannot force people together. You can nurture
love, but you cannot force it.
He's trying to push the pieces together
in belief that they should meld.
These words resonate with the boyhood experience Soros had with Germany's hegemonic power in Europe back in his childhood.
I'm sure he can't help but feel Germany is at it again. And Trump with all of his impassioned speeches sounds a bit like Hitler to him, as do the racial overtones in Trump's immigration concerns.
Soros is confident that the US has institutional structures that will prevent things from going that far, but he's convinced Trump would go that far if not for those constraints.
So, Soros is going to put all of his
power into battling Trump in the years ahead as that, for him, is
his battle against Hitler.
The irony here is that Soros will be the one targeting those minorities in order to get them as inflamed as he can, empowering protestors who convince minorities that Trump actually hates them.
mainstream media constantly retold the fake-news story that Trump
said Mexicans are rapists.)
He new he had
enough money involved to tip the balance in currencies that already
wanted to fall and that his words had enough clout to create further
push in that direction.
that should tell you what you need to know about where the year is
He knows that Trump will encourage those movements, too.
Putin are a
combined threat to the European union, which Soros avidly supported
If Trump is Hitler to him, Putin is Stalin, who overran eastern European nations like Hungary after Hitler left. Soros likes democracies that decide things his way, but Ukraine chose a leader that was reaching for closer ties with Stalinist Putin.
Democracy is great so long as it leads to the kind
of government Soros believes is best, but must be fought if it leads
to nationalism or leans toward autocratic leaders (at least, those
that Soros sees as autocratic).
Ironically, Soros writes,
Yet, Soros seeks to destabilize
democracies, himself, with protests and riots that certainly don't
restore any respect for facts or any balanced view of reality either
because who is listening for facts or trying to be balanced in the
middle of a riot?
He can see the refugee crisis is out of control, and yet he fuels it. He can see it is breaking up his beloved EU, but he keeps pushing in that direction, just as Merkel does.
I can only understand this Jekyll-and-Hyde nature as a pathological belief in the virtue of pluralism that developed during the Nazi occupation years that he says formed his character.
Others might see it as
though he just pretends to care about a refugee crisis, but that he
is pushing that crisis because of some other hidden agenda.
It is, however, a pathological belief that has raised pluralism as the supreme virtue, which comes from his Jewish experience under the Nazis.
When you put the wrong virtue on top of
all your values, it usually ceases to be a virtue and becomes a
tyrant. If, for example, loyalty is your highest virtue, you will be
loyal to the evil leader you serve, no matter what wrongs he does;
and that's how Hitler reigned.
If his character were built on love, he would not have been so indifferent toward seeing property confiscated from his fellow Jews as something that was going to happen whether he was there observing it or not.
He also would care about how many people get hurt in the violent protests he finances.
Because he doesn't
really get what it takes to make people function together, he keeps
trying to push them together to make it work, and he tries to create
conflict where he perceives the threat of dictatorship in order to
destabilize those dictatorships.
is deeply pained at this point that his new world order is falling
apart everywhere, so he'll push it harder, apply more money, to try
to make it work.