Sunday, September 12, 2010

Did George Soros collaborate with the Nazi's against the Jewish people in Hungary?

I was shocked to read an article that was written by Ezra Levant and published in the Ottawa Sun on September 4, 2010 concerning George Soros, one of the primary donors of the euthanasia lobby world-wide.

The article is concerning the attempt by Soros to derail the attempt by Sun media to get the CRTC to grant them a license to establish a new TV news channel in Canada.

The article stated:
George Schwartz was born in Hungary in 1930 — not the luckiest time and place to be born a Jew.

George’s father Theodore tried to change the family’s fortunes by changing their name to something less Jewish-sounding. It didn’t help. And soon war came.

When the Nazis took total control of Hungary in 1944, the Holocaust followed. In two months, 440,000 Hungarian Jews were deported to death camps.

To survive, George, then a teenager, collaborated with the Nazis.

First he worked for the Judenrat. That was the Jewish council set up by the Nazis to do their dirty work for them. Instead of the Nazis rounding up Jews every day for the trains, they delegated that murderous task to Jews who were willing to do it to survive another day at the expense of their neighbours.

Theodore hatched a better plan for his son. He bribed a non-Jewish official at the agriculture ministry to let George live with him. George helped the official confiscate property from Jews.

By collaborating with the Nazis, George survived the Holocaust. He turned on other Jews to spare himself.

George moved to London after the war and then to New York, where he became a stockbroker. He’s rich now. Forbes magazine says he’s the 35th richest man in the world. Maybe you’ve heard of him. He goes by the name his father invented: George Soros.

How does Soros feel about what he did as a teenager? Has it kept him up at night?

Steve Kroft of 60 Minutes asked him that. Was it difficult? “Not at all,” Soros answered.

“No feeling of guilt?” asked Kroft. “No,” said Soros. “There was no sense that I shouldn’t be there. If I wasn’t doing it, somebody else would be taking it away anyhow. Whether I was there or not. So I had no sense of guilt.”

A Nazi would steal the Jews’ property anyways. So why not him?

That moral hollowness has shaped Soros’ life. He’s a rabid critic of capitalism, but in 1992 when he saw a chance, he speculated against the British pound, causing it to crash, devastating retirement savings for millions of Britons. Soros pocketed $1.1 billion for himself. If he didn’t do it, someone else would, right?

In 2002, Soros was convicted of insider trading in France, and fined millions of dollars. He admitted buying the shares, but denied it was a crime.

Last year, when he made $3.3 billion off the banking collapse, he called the world’s financial crisis “the culmination of my life’s work.”
This is a man who boasted he offered to help his mother commit suicide. Apparently he didn’t see enough death in Hungary.

Soros is a sociopath. But he’s a sociopath with $14 billion, and he likes to spend it on politics.

Sometimes his gifts are large, like the $24 million he spent in 2004, trying to defeat George W. Bush. Sometimes they’re small, like $20,000 to a woman convicted of helping terrorists.

Soros has been donating to the euthanasia lobby for several years.

Choice is a lie. The euthanasia lobby is really about how we cause the death of people who are "better off dead".

Link to the article in the Ottawa Sun: http://www.ottawasun.com/comment/2010/09/03/15242561.html?comments_page=5&id=15242561#/comment/2010/09/03/pf-15242556.html

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

This has been debunked. Please do some research.

Just because an article attacks someone you disagree with does not make it reliable. Spreading a known falsehood is irresponsible.

Anonymous said...

Ottawa — The Globe and Mail
Published Friday, Sep. 17 2010

"Billionaire George Soros is threatening to sue the Sun Media chain over a column penned by a conservative gadfly expected to play a key role in the media giant's Sun TV venture.

Soros spokesman Michael Vachon said the chair of Soros Fund Management was deeply upset by a early September Sun Media column by right-wing activist and author Ezra Levant.

In the piece, which has since been removed from Sun chain news websites, Mr. Levant offered his opinion of how Mr. Soros, a Hungarian Jew born in 1930, survived the Nazis.

Mr. Vachon said Sun Media was notified of Mr. Soros's reaction earlier this week.

"It made false, defamatory and offensive statements and as a result Mr. Soros has notified the relevant parties of his intent to sue," he said.

"What is of concern in the article are the false assertions that Mr. Levant makes regarding George Soros's conduct as a 13-year-old child in Nazi-occupied Hungary."

He accused Mr. Levant of distorting statements made by Mr. Soros in past interviews.

Mr. Levant declined comment Thursday.

The column went on to criticize Mr. Soros for supporting Avaaz.org, an activist group organizing a petition against Sun Media's bid to get a licence for its planned right-leaning cable news network. Avaaz said Thursday that it has not received money directly from Mr. Soros. One of its founding organizations, however, has gotten a relatively small amount of funding from the billionaire and some of this has previously been passed on to Avaaz.

Earlier this week the new Sun TV venture lost the man who helped get it started and was overseeing its startup.

Kory Teneycke, a former chief spokesman for Stephen Harper, resigned as vice-president of business development for Quebecor Media, saying he had become a liability for Sun TV. A spokesman for Quebecor could not immediately be reached for comment Thursday evening."

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