- George Soros, the currency speculator is one of the primary
elements in subverting traditional societies in order that they better
fit into a new world order. Soros backs on a world scale what might loosely
be termed the contemporary version of the 'New Left'. He brings down governments
via subversion, moral rot and revolution through financial patronage, akin
to what Jacob Schiff the New York banker did to Russia through the funding
of revolutionary propaganda.1 However Soros' revolutions are far more widespread
than that of Schiff.
- Soros has established a network of think tanks, lobbies
and fronts to promote sundry causes, from feminism and abortion, to narcotics
liberalisation and the stream of 'velvet revolutions' that have resulted
in 'regime change' throughout the former Soviet bloc. 2
- Soros declares George Bush to be a threat to world peace
because of the gung ho gunboat diplomacy Bush directs towards 'rogue states'.
But Soros foments more fundamental discord and conflict through his patronage
of subversion and revolution. It is significant that he is one of the chief
financial backers of Obama's presidential campaign, along with a mass of
other plutocrats. Obama is a typical e.g. of how a 'man of the people',
America's equivalent to a System Leftist, is fronting for Big Money. 3
- In 2003 Soros targeted Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze
for overthrow. Soros' aim is the destruction of Russia as a world power.
Eliminating Russian influence and replacing it with new regimes hostile
to Russia is his goal.
- In 2003 Mark MacKinnon writing in the Canadian Globe
& Mail succinctly described how Soros applied his revolutionary formulae
to overthrowing Shevardnadze, writing of how Soros' Open Society Institute,
- "Sent a 31-year-old Tbilisi activist named Giga
Bokeria to Serbia to meet with members of the Otpor (Resistance) movement
and learn how they used street demonstrations to topple dictator Slobodan
Milosevic. Then, in the summer, Mr. Soros's foundation paid for a return
trip to Georgia by Otpor activists, who ran three-day courses teaching
more than 1,000 students how to stage a peaceful revolution."4
- The youthful activists are a living e.g. of how the Left
has always served the interests of the Money power, whether Bolsheviks,
Social Democratic liberals, or strident nihilists of the SDS variety. This
was long ridiculed as "right-wing conspiracy theory" but now
operates for all discerning people to see, even mainstream journalists.
- Commenting on the "Velvet Revolution"5 that
had just passed over Georgia, MacKinnon described the operations that went
into play, following the same patterns as they had in other Soros targeted
- "The Liberty Institute that Mr. Bokeria helped found
was instrumental in organizing the street protests that eventually forced
Mr. Shevardnadze to sign his resignation papers. Mr. Bokeria says it was
in Belgrade that he learned the value of seizing and holding the moral
high ground, and how to make use of public pressure - tactics that proved
so persuasive on the streets of Tbilisi after this month's tainted parliamentary
- "In Tbilisi, the Otpor link is seen as just one
of several instances in which Mr. Soros gave the anti-Shevardnadze movement
a considerable nudge: He also funded a popular opposition television station
that was crucial in mobilizing support for this week's "velvet revolution,"
and he reportedly gave financial support to a youth group that led the
- The useful idiots of the Left had done the work of a
globalist money speculator, marching under self-proclaimed 'high ideals',
again fulfilling Oswald Spengler's political dictum that, to paraphrase,
'there is not a left-wing movement, not even the communists, who do not
operate in the interests dictated by Money'7
- The Georgian wannabe warlord of democracy and heroic
fighter against Russian tyranny, Saakashvili, who went scuttling like a
frightened rabbit when he 'though he heard approaching Russian fighters',
began his political ascendancy as a Soros whore. MacKinnon states:
- "[Soros] also has a warm relationship with Mr. Shevardnadze's
chief opponent, Mikhail Saakashvili, a New York-educated lawyer who is
expected to win the presidency in an election scheduled for Jan. 4. Last
year, Mr. Soros personally presented Mr. Saakashvili with the foundation's
Open Society Award.
- "'It's generally accepted public opinion here that
Mr. Soros is the person who planned Shevardnadze's overthrow,' said Zaza
Gachechiladze, editor-in-chief of The Georgian Messenger, an English-language
daily based in the capital.
- "In the eyes of Mr. Soros's employees, it was all
done in the name of building democracy. Laura Silber, a senior policy adviser
at Open Society, said the foundation sponsored the exchange because 'some
of the experiences are very translatable' between Georgia and Serbia. In
Georgia's current political climate, she said, 'it looks more charged than
- "That's not how Mr. Shevardnadze saw it, however."
- A lot of mischief has been done throughout history in
the name of 'building democracy' as the Soros employees describe it. Communism
was established in the name of 'building democracy', then, as we've seen,
its Soviet version was subverted and pulled down when it went sour for
the plutocrats. The same kind of 'useful idiots' who marched against Boer
South Africa did so in the name of 'building democracy', the outcome of
which was to replace an interventionist (nationalist) economic with one
of globalisation and privatisation, in the name of 'human rights', which
the ANC describes as the 'correct Marxist-Leninist path'. In this instance
the Oppenheimer empire played the role in South Africa now played by the
Soros network throughout the world.8
- The hapless Mr. Shevardnadze was well aware of the machinations
- "'George Soros is set against the President of Georgia',"
he said during a news conference in Tbilisi a week before his resignation
- it was at least the third time during the protests that he had complained
about Mr. Soros. He threatened to shut down Open Society's Georgia offices,
saying it was not Mr. Soros's business 'to get involved in the political
- MacKinnon describes the main opposition movements of
the time and how Soros subsidized each:
- "Mr. Bokeria, whose Liberty Institute received money
from both Open Society and the U.S. government-backed Eurasia Institute,
says three other organizations played key roles in Mr. Shevardnadze's downfall:
Mr. Saakashvili's National Movement party, the Rustavi-2 television station
and Kmara! (Georgian for Enough!), a youth group that declared war on Mr.
Shevardnadze last April and began a poster and graffiti campaign attacking
- "All three have ties to Mr. Soros. According to
Georgian press reports, Kmara received a $500,000 (U.S.) start-up grant
in April, some of which may have been used during the three weeks of street
protests when it bussed demonstrators in from the countryside and set up
loudspeakers and a giant television screen amid the crowds surrounding
the parliament building.
- "Rustavi-2 got start-up money from Mr. Soros when
it launched in 1995 and more funding a year ago when it began the anti-Shevardnadze
newspaper 24 Hours.
- "Observers say that Rustavi-2's role during the
protests is hard to overestimate. The channel began its campaign years
ago when it produced a popular cartoon called Our Yard, in which the animated
president was portrayed as a crooked double-dealer."
- Soros had originally sought to control Shevardnadze,
having met him in the 1980s when Saakashvili was Soviet foreign minister.
Even then Soros was setting up his Open Society Institute in Georgia. He
soon turned his attentions to justice minister Saakashvili. In 2002 Shevardnadze
made the first of his complaints against what he deemed Soros' subversive
activities. Soros responded that Shevardnadze could not be trusted to hold
fair elections, and that he would mobilise his street lackeys, adding:
- "This is what we did in Slovakia at the time of
[Vladimir] Meciar, in Croatia at the time of [Franjo] Tudjman and in Yugoslavia
at the time of Milosevic."
- In 2004 Richard Carlson, former diplomat, recently returned
from visiting Georgia, wrote of the attention Saakashvili was getting from
Soros and the funding of the 'Rose Revolution':
- "Late last fall, Saakashvili led thousands of 'spontaneous'
demonstrators, bussed in from around Tbilisi, brandishing flowers as they
invaded the president's palace. This was during the freezing Georgian winter
when any roses not black and brittle had to be flown or trucked in, courtesy
of the same bankroll that funded the fleet of rented buses for demonstrators:
that of George Soros, the Hungarian-born billionaire and egotist. A former
member of the Georgian Parliament said that in the three months before
the 'Rose Revolution,' 'from August through October, Soros spent $42 million
ramping-up for the overthrow of Shevardnadze'"9
- Despite the animosity between Bush and Soros, the dismemberment
of Russia serves the interests of both the neo-cons backing Bush/McCain,
and their plutocratic antagonists headed by Soros, backing Obama. Both
rival power factions are suspicious of Russia, based on its prior record
and the path of independence followed under Putin.
- After 1917, Russia held great promise for the plutocrats,
but went sadly astray when Stalin kicked out Trotsky and pursued a path
that was not in accord with globalism. Indeed it was Stalin who scuttled
the plutocratic aim to establish the UNO as a de jure world government
after World War II. It was Stalin who scuttled another internationalist
scheme, the Baruch Plan,10 which would have internationalised atomic energy
and in practise placed this under the control of the USA.11 The "Right",
befuddled by a misguided ideological dichotomy, pounded the war drums against
the USSR during the "Cold War", alongside the Trotskyites who
had been co-opted by the CIA into the Congress for Cultural Freedom and
who morphed into today's neo-cons.12
- An Establishment "insider' - historian Dr Carroll
Quigley - remarked in his magnum opus Tragedy & Hope that the plutocrats'
use of financial patronage as a control mechanism showed little sign of
working with the post-Stalin leaders13. The plutocrats had succeeded with
Yeltsin in a very brief recapture of Russia. Again Russia under Putin is
the fly in the globalist ointment. All mainstream media commentary in regard
to Russia should therefore be analysed accordingly.