Saturday, February 5, 2011

As Always, George Soros Has The Answer

Here is a snap quiz for our savvy readers. Who or what is behind the rioting in Egypt? Is it Hosni Mubarak for denying freedom to his poverty-stricken people? Is it the Egyptian police for violently putting down dissent? Could it be Egypt's long history of abiding military strongmen? How about the Muslim Brotherhood which either fomented the riots or is now exploiting them? Could it be a dearth of I-Pods? All of the above? None of the above?

Once again you have all over-analyzed and missed the obvious. Like unto Occam's razor, in a myriad of possible answers, the simplest one is usually correct. So how come all you geniuses missed it? It's easy. Ask Nazi collaborator and currency manipulator George Soros. It's the eternal Jew. It's Zionism. It's Israel. Yep. It's that nation that one British Peer awhile back called "that shitty little country." Last Thursday, Soros put it quite simply in the Washington Post so even we dummies can understand: "The main stumbling block is Israel."

Now don't you feel foolish for having missed that juicy tidbit of news? You see, Israel oppresses its Islamic masses, so of course it cheers on a largely Muslim nation that oppresses its own masses. Buddies by nature, don't you know. And Soros bases his opinion that Israel is behind the unrest on solid evidence--his own feelings. He says: "I am, as a general rule, wary of revolutions. But in the case of Egypt, I see a good chance of success."

He explains that good chance of success as follows: "As a committed advocate of democracy and open society, I cannot help but share in the enthusiasm that is sweeping across the Middle East." In other words, he believes it because he believes it. Well, he's not that far off. There hasn't been this much enthusiasm since Mohammed came out of his cave and mass-murdered the local Jews, Christians and "pagans." Or when Saladin faced Richard the Lionheart. I'm not quite sure how much the Nazis in Soros's homeland encouraged an open society, but enough that he helped them out. After all, all those Jews in his native Hungary were potential future citizens of Israel who in the future might disturb the peace in Palestine.

Soros is putting his money (or your money, as the case may be) on salvation by the Muslim Brotherhood. He knows that the Brotherhood is a peaceful, moderate Islamic group that doesn't really mean it when it says that if/when it gains power in Egypt, the evil Camp David accords will be abrogated and a bloody war declared on Israel. That's just rhetoric, and the Brotherhood is only trying to assure the Egyptian public that the sole warlike nation in the Middle East will not survive to continue stirring up unrest and destroying the Islamic peace.

Soros didn't just pull that conclusion out of the air either. He previously said the same thing about Hezbollah in Syria and Lebanon, the ayatollahs in Iran, and Hamas in Palestine. He got that right, didn't he? Well, didn't he? He is not yet committed on the issue of the peaceful intentions of Al Qaeda, but he's leaning toward declaring it a peacemaker as well. After all, Al Qaeda was given its original life from the loins of the Muslim Brotherhood, so it can't be all bad. Never mind the Brotherhood's basic credo of revivifying the caliphate and making all of the Middle East a peaceful Islamic Garden of Eden.

Soros also bases his support of the Muslim Brotherhood on its intimate connection with former IAEA investigator Mohamed El Baradei. Though El Baradei has lived entirely outside Egypt for most of the past thirty years while collecting big bucks from the UN and the International Society of Peaceniks, Soros is sure that El Baradei has an intimate knowledge of exactly what is going on in the streets of Cairo, Alexandria and along the Suez Canal. But Soros is convinced that the Brotherhood couldn't possibly be using El Baradei as their Judas goat. He sees the El Baradei connection as "a hopeful sign that it [the Brotherhood] intends to play a constructive role in a democratic political system." Just like Ahmadinejad in Iran.

Simply put, if you are searching for the cause behind the bloody unrest in Egypt, look no farther than Israel. Without Israel, the entire Middle East would be a peaceful earthly Paradise with seventy-two virgins for every good Muslim man, water flowing like oil, and money trees in everyone's back yard. Apostate beheadings and Christian and Jewish slaves would be readily available, and the genius in the American White House could declare that the world is now largely Muslim.


T_Rav said...

Well, it's good to know that Soros is "wary of revolutions." For a while there, I was beginning to think he wasn't all that committed to order, stability, incremental change, and in general preventing chaos. Whew! Glad I was wrong about that!

Anonymous said...

T_Rav: I know. I slept better last night knowing that. LOL

AndrewPrice said...

George Soros, what a jerk. I sometimes wonder if he doesn't really see himself as a James Bond villain? Somebody should start looking for his volcano lair.

Anonymous said...

Andrew: Truth be told, he's too foul to be a Bond villain. Most of them had some class and didn't lie about their backgrounds.

BevfromNYC said...

Oh, you guys are so mean. Don't you know that it's the Koch Brothers who are the evil-doers?

Anonymous said...

Bev: They aren't exactly what I had in mind when talking about "leveling the playing field." but I'll take what I can get. A few libertarian/conservative billionaires putting their money where their mouths are could be a very helpful counter to Dead Eyes Soros.

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