Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban: George Soros is “an open enemy of the euro”

George Soros: “If truth be known, I carried some rather potent messianic fantasies with me from childhood, which I felt I had to control, otherwise they might get me in trouble.”

“I am a god.”

[Editor’s note: Jonas, by falling into a carefully prepared trap has illustrated starkly the massive scale and vast resources employed by the Zionists in their disinfo smear campaign against George Soros. The size, power, wealth, influence and capabilities of the machine the Zionists have created dwarfs Soros’s organisation to such an extent that they are very much the Goliath and Soros is at best, David with an empty sling. 

Whenever you read or hear someone in the mainstream media or politics attacking Soros, it is a clear symptom that they are working for the Zionists, Soros is their bete noir, the man they love to hate and never miss a chance to lash out at.

The simple reason for this is that Soros has spent his adult life and a large portion of his personal wealth fighting and opposing the Zionists, a people who he learned to hate and despise back in postwar Hungary in the period between the imposition of a Communist government and the Uprising of 1956 when the Hungarian people overthrew the Zionist Bolsheviks that had been installed by the Soviet Union, the self-same Zionist Jews who fled Hungary in 1919 after failing to repeat the Bolshevik takeover that succeeded in Russia. These ‘Lenin’s Boys’ as they were derisively known, were a bunch of murderous gangsters and in the few short years between 1945 and 1956 they subjected Hungary to a reign of terror under the most brutal of totalitarian regimes. Soros was one of the millions of Hungarians who rose up and overthrew these gangsters in 1956, and also one of the very many who subsequently had to flee Hungary to escape the invading Soviet Red Army.

Such bitter personal experience formed  George Soros’ attitude towards Zionism – it made him a lifetime enemy of that movement and someone who the Zionists would love to destroy. Ian]

Jonas E. Alexis: I am an admirer of Ian’s writings and I am grateful that he has taken the time to read the article and comment on it. Ian’s article on the famine in Iran at the dawn of the twentieth century had challenged me to do more research, which proved that Ian was right on target. However, I would respectfully disagree with my dear colleague here. Perhaps we can discuss this in a much scholarly way in a point-counter-point article.

Is Soros really fighting Zionism by supporting subversive movements like Black Lives Matter? Is he really fighting Zionism by irresponsibly attacking Putin and making wild claims such as Putin is worse than ISIS? Is he really fighting Zionism by arguing for a flood of refugees in Europe? Isn’t that what the Israeli regime wanted? Is destroying economic stability in much of Europe through capitalism part of fighting Zionism? Hasn’t Soros said explicitly that he wants to live in an “amoral” universe, where practical reason places no role? Whether Soros likes it or not, his ideology is logically congruent with subversive movements and pernicious activities. And if my dear friend Ian would like to discuss this further, then we would invite him in a friendly debate in a point-counter-point article.

…by Jonas E. Alexis

 

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban has recently taken a political knife and cut George Soros into pieces by saying that Soros is actually “an open enemy of the euro.” Why? Orban said that Soros

destroyed the lives of millions of Europeans with his financial speculations.” Well, Soros is known to destroy lives in Europe, Asia, and even in America. He is the monster that keeps on killing. Paul Krugman himself wrote:

“[N]obody who has read a business magazine in the last few years can be unaware that these days there really are investors who not only move money in anticipation of a currency crisis, but actually do their best to trigger that crisis for fun and profit. These new actors on the scene do not yet have a standard name; my proposed term is ‘Soroi’.”[1]

Soros himself declared:

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“It will come as no surprise to the reader when I admit that I have always harbored an exaggerated view of my self-importance—to put it bluntly, I fancied myself as some kind of god or an economic reformer like Keynes or, even better, a scientist like Einstein… I have been fortunate enough to be able to act out some of my fantasies…”[2]

Soros added: “If truth be known, I carried some rather potent messianic fantasies with me from childhood, which I felt I had to control, otherwise they might get me in trouble.”[3]

As we have argued in the past, Soros helped loot the Russian economy right after the fall of Communism through a usurious system known as capitalism. E. Michael Jones, in his recent magnum opus Barren Metal: A History of Capitalism as the Conflict Between Labor and Usury, meticulously documents:

“After orchestrating a coup d’etat which deposed Mikkhail Gorbachev, Boris Yeltsin dissolved the Soviet Union and invited Sachs to work his Friedmanite magic in Russia. Sachs was put in charge of Yeltsin’s band of Chicago Boys and together they orchestrated a looting expedition of the likes of which the world had not seen since the Reformation.

“By the time it was over, 2225,000 state owned companies would be auctioned off at pennies on the dollar of their real value. After Yeltsin opened the Russian economy to their predations, Chicago Boys like Stanley Fisher, who was managing director at the IMF at the time, and Lawrence Summers of the Clinton Administration and soon to be president of Harvard University, rushed in and sank their teeth deeply into the carcass of rich state owned companies.

“The value of those companies was transferred to a ‘clique of noveaux billionaires’ who came to be known as ‘the oligarchs.’ The oligarchs then team up with the Chicago Boys and ‘stripped the country of nearly everything of value, moving the enormous profits offshore at the rate of $2 billion a month.’ State-owned Russian companies were ‘privatized’ at pennies on the dollar. Yukos, which now earns $3 billion a year in revenues, was sold off for $309 million.”[4]

Oligarchic institutions like Harvard University facilitated the looting expedition. In fact, “the US District Court in Boston found that Harvard’s professors had ‘conspired to defraud the United States,’ and Harvard ended up settling the case against it by paying a fine of $26.5 million.”[5]

The oligarchs at Harvard remained quiet after the looting expedition became a complete disaster. Those who participated in the disaster even wrote books presenting half-truths,[6] but that just showed that many professors at institutions like Harvard have been working for the oligarchic system.

Janine R. Wedel of George Washington University argued that “the majority of Russian people find themselves worse off economically” after the looting expedition.

“The privatization drive that was supposed to reap the fruits of the free market instead helped to create a system of tycoon capitalism run for the benefit of a corrupt political oligarchy that has appropriated hundreds of millions of dollars of Western aid and plundered Russia’s wealth.”[7]

Soros obviously wants to loot more, despite the fact that he is eighty-six years old. Jim W. Dean was again right, Soros “refuses to die and join his victim.”


[1] Paul Krugman, The Accidental Theorist And Other Dispatches from the Dismal Science (New York: W. W. Norton, 1999), 160.

[2] George Soros, The Alchemy of Finance (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1987 & 1994), 362-363.

[3] Quoted in Rachel Ehrenfeld and Shawn Macomber, “George Soros: The ‘God’ Who Carries Around Some Dangerous Demons,” LA Times, October 4, 2004.

[4] See E. Michael Jones, Barren Metal: A History of Capitalism as the Conflict Between Labor and Usury (South Bend: Fidelity Press, 2012), 1351-1353.

[5] Ibid., 1353.

[6] See for example David Warsh, “How Harvard Deep-Sixed Its Russian Scandal,” Counterpunch, March 4, 2011.

[7] Janine R. Wedel, “The Harvard Boys Do Russia: After seven years of economic “reform” financed by billions of dollars in U.S.,” The Nation, May 14, 1998.

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9 Responses to "Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban: George Soros is “an open enemy of the euro”"

  1. Billy Boy  May 4, 2017 at 2:33 pm

    Yes Ian, so you indicated in your original Editor’s Note (“Soros is the sworn enemy of the Zionists”). However…
    1. I don’t know what Mainstream Media you’re talking about as they DON’T demonize Soros — they barely acknowledge his existence. Only Alt Media plus RT demonize Soros.
    2. Soros is on the same agenda as the RKM-Zionists, isn’t he?: anti-human elitist Globalism, powered by mad-science, planetary/pop. destruction & hardcore Satanism. What’s the difference? Please show me. (References?) It’s important. I’m open. You indicate 2 diff factions (which I HAVE heard). How do they differ?

  2. zman  May 4, 2017 at 10:46 am

    I find the nemesis notion between the Zionists and Soros to be questionable at best and more likely laughable. If they are at odds, then why do their operations/intent dovetail? Soros in Ukraine is the flip side of ISIS in Syria. They both desire the same outcome (a captive Russia). They are either playing the good cop/bad cop routine or they are semi-competing factions of the same animal after the same prize. Regardless, they are both criminal enterprises. Even Trump has associations with both camps(Soros/Adelson), as does Clinton. As far as Orban is concerned, he can’t be trusted either…especially after welcoming NATO. Has he gotten any IMF money? Seems as though he is playing the Russophobia thing to the hilt, playing on the anti-Russian sentiment from the old cold war. You’d think he would seek common ground, as his statement regarding Soros is the same as the stance Putin took regarding Soros. Can he not see what these criminals have wrought in Ukraine and Greece? Welcoming NATO accomplished only one thing, he painted a big red target on Romania and welcomed the Zionists in. In the end, Zionists and Soros are merely playing off each other, not competing.

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  4. Billy Boy  May 3, 2017 at 4:55 pm

    What is the meaning of Ian’s Editor’s Note at the top of this article? — i.e. “…the Zionists in their disinfo smear campaign against George Soros”?

    Disinfo smear campaign?? This would imply that the gist/negative views of Jonas’ article on Soros (plus heaps of other corroborating evidence against Soros across the net) are INCORRECT? What?? — that George Soros and the Zionists are on different sides of the equation? — that the Zionists are “playing” George Soros for their own ulterior motives? — that they are NOT in fact working together?

    This makes no sense to me. Sure, I believe (and know) they are vastly superior to Soros in both wealth and power — but that they are at cross-purposes to Soros? involved in what Ian describes as a “smear campaign” against him? makes zero sense. Why would they want to “out” Soros when he’s following their agenda?

    Someone please tune me in.

    • Ian Greenhalgh  May 4, 2017 at 9:54 am

      Soros is the sworn enemy of the Zionists, that is why he is so demonised by the Zionist controlled media.

  5. davor  May 3, 2017 at 3:22 pm

    Great stuff from mr.Alexis as usual. Finest take I could read on the Harvard boys is from Jeffrey Archer novels. I couldn’t have imagined until 9/11 that such might be their modus operandi in the actual life as much as in fiction. There is little doubt that Euro and the EU are now aimed for dismemberment and elimination. Dollar has found its new target to straighten out, while Russia-China prepare to move away from the dollar entirely, hence the sudden meetings of the Five eyes club in New Zealand. People like Theresa May today are calling Brussels the same names they were/are calling Kremlin for the past 5 years, that they are trying to influence elections, as if there was something wrong with Brussels that is so specific about it that isn’t wrong with its senior tutorship from London and Washington. I’m still holding out for that Juncker EU army project and recognition of Texas. Jokes can become fiction and then a reality as we can witness from the Harvard 0-24 socioexperimental workshop.

  6. JohnZ  May 3, 2017 at 1:47 pm

    I believe that in an earlier article by Jim Dean that “Soros need to die and join his victims.” I heartily agree. We need to, in order for the human race to survive beyond the 21st century , exterminate Soros and those like him.
    The planet will be the better for it.
    Next in line would be the Vatikan and the RKM.
    Humanity deserves better than this. Greed, the lust for power and wealth along with the desire to control the lives of others needs to become a thing of the past.
    The Galactic Federation is loosing patience with the people of this planet.
    Otherwise , we are doomed .
    The final warning that was offered up by Klatu in the movie, “The Day The earth Stood Still” should be enough to alarm even the most skeptic.
    Humanity needs to get itself sorted out or all is lost.

  7. Garry Compton  May 3, 2017 at 9:59 am

    The people in Russia were devastated – my wife told me you buy a flat for 100 bucks – while she ate the same food as her dog. The only thing that kept the Russian folks going – they will help each other, no matter what and – – till the end.

    • JohnZ  May 3, 2017 at 1:51 pm

      The zionist oligarchs who looted Russia are responsible for the suffering and debasement of their society. Thanks to Vladimir Putin and the resurrection of the Orthodox Church, there is still hope.

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