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S.O.S (Stop Operation Soros.) 'Soros is one of Clintons richest Backers, and the man who is paying protesters in a attempt to topple the government. 'Not only In America Backing Anti-Trop media and protesters. But in just about every nation, he has his hand in creating a one world government. Manipulating people from behind the seens, creating violent riots, in order to push his agenda.


https://steemit.com/news/@tftproject/stop-operation-soros-massive-movement-to-overthrow-soros-takes-off-in-macedonia

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtyKToHvJI8

So I like to have your opinion not only on Soros, but if anything should be done about the groups who are backed by Soros.
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I can't say I know that much about Soros and all his funding projects but some things seem quite dangerous, as others seem well justified in with only the heavy conservatives criticizing it. And some things just seems like it's being lost in translation between the far-left and far-right wing of America, such as the right-wing criticizing him for 'destroying America's sovereignty' when he actually just wants to have a bit more international influence on American businesses and banking.

It also seems quite ridiculous to me that someone can criticize him for giving billions of dollars to far-left wing organizations when those organizations are Planned Parenthood, National Organization for Women, ACORN etc. which in my view seem like organizations that strive to improve the situation for the average low-middle class citizen.

what I do think is dangerous though, is using his money to directly influence elections, incite rebellion to further his progressive causes(while I believe those causes are good, I don't justify the means). It makes no sense to criticize one side for 'destroying' our western world values of freedom and justice for all when at the same time you're manipulating events with big money.

But I don't think anything should be done about the organizations that are backed by Soros that haven't got a direct influence in politics or financial markets. A lot of these organizations still need the money to have a voice in this world, because there are still many people who try to bring down our equal rights. But yeah, I don't condone the money being used for the sole purpose of undermining a presidential candidate, or trying to overthrow an elected official etc. Those things should be gone.
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i don't care but if he is inciting chaos i say let him what more damage can be done to America's reputation :')
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Ryulightorb wrote:

i don't care but if he is inciting chaos i say let him what more damage can be done to America's reputation :')


Its not just America he is using his power to Incite Chaos to over throw the governments, He also doing this in the UK, and other allied nations.
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Zero fucks given.

I also don't see the argument from an incredibly credible source.

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Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:

i don't care but if he is inciting chaos i say let him what more damage can be done to America's reputation :')


Its not just America he is using his power to Incite Chaos to over throw the governments, He also doing this in the UK, and other allied nations.


Hmm well I personally say let him try chaos breeds innovation.

He might reveal weak points in governments with his stupid scheme
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Zero fucks given.

I also don't see the argument from an incredibly credible source.




SOS is a fact. I am sure could have found that source you trust for it. As for me, I given you a creditable source, that even links you to the original articles.


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I think he means a source that comes from the established media, not a news blog or online journal that can easily be disguised as 'news media' but has an agenda or is written by an angry 12-year old. Just saying, hypothetically.
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I find it funny that people are soooooo against Soros, thinking him some kind of Boogeyman, when the Koch Brothers have been doing the exact same thing for the Republican Party for decades now. Hell, these three aren't the only ones either; Jeff Bezos, Matt Drudge, Mark Zuckerberg, John Oliver, Ariana Huffington, Erin Hill, Tom Steyer, Michael Bloomberg, Paul Singer ... they're all just Powerbrokers/Kingmakers and part of the 1%. Kingmakers can be traced back to the early Presidents, even Trump has one behind him (Tom Barrack). It's easy to single out just one but they're all the same and there will always be more ready to step up when the older ones step down. It's a fact of life in Politics that'll never change. Oh, and if you think single "citizens" like the Kochs and Soros are that dangerous you should never read up on the secret societies of the rich/elite ... they'll totally scare you silly.
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I find it funny that people are soooooo against Soros, thinking him some kind of Boogeyman, when the Koch Brothers have been doing the exact same thing for the Republican Party for decades now. Hell, these three aren't the only ones either; Jeff Bezos, Matt Drudge, Mark Zuckerberg, John Oliver, Ariana Huffington, Erin Hill, Tom Steyer, Michael Bloomberg, Paul Singer ... they're all just Powerbrokers/Kingmakers and part of the 1%. Kingmakers can be traced back to the early Presidents, even Trump has one behind him (Tom Barrack). It's easy to single out just one but they're all the same and there will always be more ready to step up when the older ones step down. It's a fact of life in Politics that'll never change. Oh, and if you think single "citizens" like the Kochs and Soros are that dangerous you should never read up on the secret societies of the rich/elite ... they'll totally scare you silly.


I completely agree with this, in a realistic and practical sense. It's just one of the world's realities, that power struggle has always been there in politics. But from a theoretical if-I-had-unlimited-wishes-and-wanted-to-better-the-world sense, it is an evil that should be removed. It will never happen and we can only hope that we continue to have a balance between the parties so big money fights big money, but I decided to answer this from a fairytale wishing-for-world-peace standpoint.
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I think he means a source that comes from the established media, not a news blog or online journal that can easily be disguised as 'news media' but has an agenda or is written by an angry 12-year old. Just saying, hypothetically.


'The second link was media sight. I could have also used Fox news but I am not a fan of them, as for CNN he is one of their backers so they not report on anything to do with him no matter what, after all it would harm their Interest.
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I just want him to fucking die of old age already. Or have some KGB agents(or a regular bounty hunter, let someone get that 1 million dollar bounty) snatch him up and spirit him away to Russia so he can face execution.

Fuck that guy.
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neugenx wrote:

I find it funny that people are soooooo against Soros, thinking him some kind of Boogeyman, when the Koch Brothers have been doing the exact same thing for the Republican Party for decades now. Hell, these three aren't the only ones either; Jeff Bezos, Matt Drudge, Mark Zuckerberg, John Oliver, Ariana Huffington, Erin Hill, Tom Steyer, Michael Bloomberg, Paul Singer ... they're all just Powerbrokers/Kingmakers and part of the 1%. Kingmakers can be traced back to the early Presidents, even Trump has one behind him (Tom Barrack). It's easy to single out just one but they're all the same and there will always be more ready to step up when the older ones step down. It's a fact of life in Politics that'll never change. Oh, and if you think single "citizens" like the Kochs and Soros are that dangerous you should never read up on the secret societies of the rich/elite ... they'll totally scare you silly.


Historically it goes so so far back... even before it's namesake the 16th Earl of Warwick. When you think about it, it crushes hope of kicking money out of politics as anything more than a delusion.

This is why dissent is so important. Privacy and rights must be protected at almost any cost.
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neugenx wrote:

I find it funny that people are soooooo against Soros, thinking him some kind of Boogeyman, when the Koch Brothers have been doing the exact same thing for the Republican Party for decades now. Hell, these three aren't the only ones either; Jeff Bezos, Matt Drudge, Mark Zuckerberg, John Oliver, Ariana Huffington, Erin Hill, Tom Steyer, Michael Bloomberg, Paul Singer ... they're all just Powerbrokers/Kingmakers and part of the 1%. Kingmakers can be traced back to the early Presidents, even Trump has one behind him (Tom Barrack). It's easy to single out just one but they're all the same and there will always be more ready to step up when the older ones step down. It's a fact of life in Politics that'll never change. Oh, and if you think single "citizens" like the Kochs and Soros are that dangerous you should never read up on the secret societies of the rich/elite ... they'll totally scare you silly.


Historically it goes so so far back... even before it's namesake the 16th Earl of Warwick. When you think about it, it crushes hope of kicking money out of politics as anything more than a delusion.

This is why dissent is so important. Privacy and rights must be protected at almost any cost.


I wholeheartedly agree. The problem is "secret" groups such as the Bilderberg Group (Democrat) and the CNP (Republican) are just two branches on a huge family tree of "Secret Societies" that "do business" Worldwide. Soros is just a small, small part of the BG while the same can be said of Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway with the CNP. I won't even speak about the Koch's Cabal as it scares the hell outta me. It's at the point that people look at groups like the Freemasons and Illuminati as "myths" and "urban legend" not realizing there is true history behind both in the history of Political Campaigns. You're so right when you say it would be only a delusion to ever hope to get rid of them from the court of politics.



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I wholeheartedly agree. The problem is "secret" groups such as the Bilderberg Group (Democrat) and the CNP (Republican) are just two branches on a huge family tree of "Secret Societies" that "do business" Worldwide. Soros is just a small, small part of the BG while the same can be said of Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway with the CNP. I won't even speak about the Koch's Cabal as it scares the hell outta me. It's at the point that people look at groups like the Freemasons and Illuminati as "myths" and "urban legend" not realizing there is true history behind both in the history of Political Campaigns. You're so right when you say it would be only a delusion to ever hope to get rid of them from the court of politics.



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