Soros and Al-Waleed: A Tale of Two Big Shots

Soros_talk_in_MalaysiaGeorge Soros, the leftist power behind the throne. A puppet master for Obama and other liberals. In fact, he bears a slight resemblance to Darth Sidious, a.k.a. Palpatine from the Star Wars saga. Thus, he is a master of manipulation.

As a teen in German-occupied Hungary in 1944, Soros accompanied a Hungarian official named Baumbach who was in charge of delivering deportation notices to the Jews of Hungary (as well as confiscating their property). Soros, claiming that he was just a spectator and did not participate, said he felt no guilt. In fact, he stated that 1944 was “probably the happiest year of my life.”

He added that, despite the danger around him (his father bribed Baumbach to keep his Jewish identity a secret), he did not feel like he was in any danger. Probably Soros felt he was superior to his fellow Jews. And why was he not interrogated by Allied officials after the war? Because it seems odd that someone of the Jewish faith would accompany a Nazi collaborator who went around delivering deportation notices and not feel any remorse.

Soros would go on to be a entrepreneur, investor, and liberal philanthropist, creating or supporting leftist organizations, not to mention their causes. He probably feels superior like he did back in 1944. But like anyone else, he has suffered defeat. He unsuccessfully tried to get John Kerry elected President in 2004. He was convicted of insider trading by the French Government (I‘m sure Obama will not let him be deported). Soros is also being sued by his ex-girlfriend Adrianna Ferreyr (a Brazilian actress and entrepreneur) for reneging on buying her an apartment. Ferreyr also claims Soros assaulted her. The lawsuit is pending.

Soros is not the only manipulator who opposes liberty. Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal is also an entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist. I was flipping through the channels once when I saw him interviewed — he looked like a mobster. And while Soros is the driving force behind leftist causes, Al-Waleed naturally supports the Islamist cause. His $10 million donation to New York City in the aftermath of 9/11 was returned after he stated that the American Government should re-examine its policies in the Middle East. Hence, he believes America is to blame for the problems in the Middle East, and he blamed the donation check being returned on “Jewish pressures.” He has also donated money to various colleges and universities for the purpose of their having Islamic Studies departments, and donated money to CAIR (Council of American Islamic Relations).

About the author: Andrew Linn

Andrew Linn is a member of the Owensboro Tea Party and a former Field Representative for the Media Research Center. An ex-Democrat, he became a Republican one week after the 2008 Presidential Election. He has an M.A. in history from the University of Louisville, where he became a member of the Phi Alpha Theta historical honors society. He has also contributed to and Right Impulse Media.

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