This is the written version of the Soros Saga project I did with Brittany Pettibone.
First off – here’s a forward note from her:
“When I agreed to collaborate with Nick Monroe on a series about George Soros, I in no way understood the magnitude of the project I was signing on for, and I mean this in the best possible way. The ‘rabbit-hole’, so to speak, with regard to George Soros is far deeper than even I had previously imagined. The goal upon finishing this six-part series is to have the viewer walk away not only informed, but enraged—enraged at just how much George Soros has lent and continues to lend a hand in the destruction of Western Civilization. I sincerely hope Nick and I have succeeded in this goal. Throughout the course of working on this series, we’ve found that we work very well as a team, so you can certainly expect more projects from us in the future. Regards—Brittany Pettibone”
Round and round we go. Our infinite loop of insanity. Nice of you to invite me back Brittany.
The main reason this video is happening in the first place is that when we were editing our last video about Soros and DefendEurope together, I had rewritten the entire Soros section from scratch. I showed it to Brittany and insisted we refilm it. She was able to talk me down from that, but also she liked what I had presented enough to basically justify doing an entirely separate video on it instead.
Most people have never even heard of Soros. If they have, it’s usually written off as some sort of myth or conspiracy. But he’s an actual person funding actual groups. What he does manipulates and twists the balance of the world in a way that’s technically legal under current law. **George Soros believes money shapes culture.** In the United States, he funnels it through his organizations to influence the reporting of the New York Times, Newsweek, and NBC. It’s a seemingly elaborate operation designed to buy influence among political leaders and smear his enemies. If a politician doesn’t fall in line with Soros, he cuts off their funding. In the 2016 Presidential Elections, Soros dumped all his money into Hillary Clinton and ended up losing a ton of cash after she lost to Trump. George is able to get around campaign finance laws and move chess pieces around like big businesses used to.
And that’s the sort of gusto rhetoric he practices around the world.
To some, the Soros family seems like a shadowy superpower. I mean just last month he named the former U.S. ambassador to South Africa the new 2018 head of the Open Society Foundation. The month before that, his son Alex was hanging out with Alec Baldwin and doing panels talking about climate change. This George guy seems to know EVERYBODY. It’s a mystery that’s hard for people to wrap their mind around. But at the end of the day, he’s still a person like everyone else.
All it takes is a little extra elbow grease to understand the ins-and-outs of his empire.
I asked people on Twitter if George Soros looks scary or adorable. The most common response was it reminded people of Emperor Palpatine from Star Wars. I’m surprised nobody mentioned Bob Kelso from Scrubs, though.
It’s a battle of two definitions.
Recently Hungarian MP Andras Aradszki called out Soros and his allies. He stated they want to destroy the independence of nation states. That this is an attack on their values, and an attempt to water down Europe’s Christian spirit.
“But the fight against Satan is a Christian duty. Yes, I speak of an attack by Satan, who is also the angel of denial, because they are denying what they are preparing to do — even when it is completely obvious. They frantically try to prove that there is no [refugee] quota, there is no compulsory settlement, and the Soros Plan does not exist,” Aradszki noted.
Soros in the past has seen himself as a god. According to an old LA Times article on the matter:
It seems that Soros believes he was anointed by God. “I fancied myself as some kind of god …” he once wrote. “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.”
When asked by Britain’s Independent newspaper to elaborate on that passage, Soros said, “It is a sort of disease when you consider yourself some kind of god, the creator of everything, but I feel comfortable about it now since I began to live it out.”
I won’t sugarcoat this or lie to anyone watching. George Soros is the man at the center of shaping world events and their direction. Politics, economics, technology. He wants the final word on it all. For too long now, the public has been doing this dance around embracing this discussion. We’ve made spooky conspiracy videos with an ominous atmosphere. What that does is turn away the common man from looking at the presented facts. They write it off. Push Soros out of their minds and focus on their own day to day lives. Those lucky few that manage to see the truths within what’s presented, face other problems. More often than not, they either submit to the inevitability and powerlessness of it all. What can they do? In the face of global politics, those people see how futile it’d be to act.
The LA Times article had one more noteworthy thing.
“Next to my fantasies about being God, I also have very strong fantasies of being mad,” Soros once confided on British television. “In fact, my grandfather was actually paranoid. I have a lot of madness in my family. So far I have escaped it.”
The best way to understand George Soros is by looking at his roots.