June 29, 2006

This guy is evil...

This is the sick-o billionaire who's bankrolling the Democrats (you know, that party of the little people, against the powerful):

...NEWSWEEK: You say that the main obstacle to a stable and just world is the United States. That's a pretty strong statement.

George Soros: Yes, but it happens to coincide with the prevailing opinion in the [leftist anti-democratic elite] world. And I think that's rather shocking for Americans to hear. [Nah. Not shocking. I've been hearing it all my life from you Bolshies] The United States sets the agenda for the world. And the rest of the world has to respond to that agenda. By declaring a "war on terror" after September the 11th, we set the wrong agenda for the world. [And the right agenda is? Appeasement? Hugs and kisses?] This is something that people in America find difficult to understand because war seems like the natural response. [It IS the natural response. Of human beings against atheist anti-humans. Like you. That's the real war, of which the WOT is a small campaign.]

NEWSWEEK: Why is a "war on terror" the wrong response to the attacks on the United States?

First of all because when you wage war, you inevitably create innocent victims. [Whereas appeasing terrorists harms not a hair on an innocent head---they saw them off with great care.] When you wage war on terrorists who don't announce their whereabouts, the danger of hitting the innocent people is even greater. [notice the leftist worldview--only America DOES things. The world is a stage where no one moves or breathes until the protagonist walks on.] We abhor terrorists, because they kill innocent people for political goals. But by waging war on terror we are doing the same thing. [We abhor germs because they kill cells. BUT (always the "but") by using Penicillin WE do the same.]

And the people who are on the receiving end see us in the same light with the same negative attitude as we have towards terrorists. [Right. That's why millions of refugees have RETURNED to Iraq and Afghanistan.] It's also a threat to our democracy. Because when you wage war, the president can appropriate for himself excessive powers. [Like those notorious tyrants Lincoln, Wilson and FDR] He can call anyone who criticizes his policies unpatriotic. That undermines the critical process of an open society and that is how we made this tremendous blunder of invading Iraq... [The critical processes are debate and elections. Soros & Co made the Tranzi anti-patriotic case. Their position was perfectly clear, and it was defeated decisively in... debate and elections.]

The guy is evil.

Posted by John Weidner at June 29, 2006 8:23 AM
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