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Saturday, December 22, 2007

George Soros= The Political Keyser Soze

Keaton always said, "I don't believe in God, but I'm afraid of him." Well I believe in God, and the only thing that scares me is Keyser Soze.

That is one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite movies, The Usual Suspects. I believe in God as well, and the only person that politically scares me more than Hillary Clinton is George Soros. Once anyone studies the way he operates they should all realize that does to politics what Soze did to crime. Here is how Bill O'Reilly described his network

Soros has set up a complicated political operation designed to do twothings: buy
influence among some liberal politicians, and smear people with whomhe disagrees.Now here's a chart of how Soros and a few other wealthyradicals who help him are funneling money into the political process. Stay withme on this. Most of Soros' political money flows through his OpenSociety Institute. You see it there on the left, which is almost unlimitedfunding.Since 2001, according to federal documents, the Open Society Institute hasgiven nearly $20 million to the TidesFoundation right below that. An astounding amount.Now Tides, in turn,funnels the money to a variety of radical hatchet men who are all well paid. Forexample, Tides has donated millions to the vile propaganda outfit Media Matters,which specializes in distorting comments made by politicians, pundits, and mediapeople. MediaMatters is an Internet site, but directly feeds its propaganda to somemainstream media people including elements at NBC News, columnist Frank Rich andPaul Krugman at The New YorkTimes, columnist Jonathan Alter at Newsweek, and Bill Moyers atPBS. — In fact, as president of the Shoeman Center Foundation, Moyers oversaw a tleast a $500,000 transfer of money to Media Matters....

This is a shrewd, dangerous and devious individual. The network he has set up creates up to three degrees of separation from him and the attack dogs that he funds. One would only set up such a loose network if they never wanted to be found, a la Keyser Soze. So far he has stayed relatively under the radar. He may have over played his hand though. It just so happens that several of these Soros related groups are making the news all at once. We all now know about the vicious attack placed General Petraeus on the NY Times. O'Reilly has found himself in the cross hairs of a Soros proxy attack again. This is not the first time one of his proxies have attacked him. By his count, Media Matters has attacked him 109 times this year alone. Soros was also behind the infamous whistleblower James Hansen. The mainstream media fawned over him.

The top climate scientist at NASA says the Bush administration has tried to stop him from speaking out since he gave a lecture last month calling for prompt reductions in emissions of greenhouse gases linked to global warming.The scientist, James E. Hansen, longtime director of the agency's GoddardInstitute for Space Studies, said in an interview that officials at NASAheadquarters had ordered the public affairs staff to review his coming lectures,papers, postings on the Goddard Web site and requests for interviews fromjournalists.Dr. Hansen said he would ignore the restrictions. "They feel their job isto be this censor of information going out to the public," he said.

Dean Acosta, deputy assistant administrator for public affairs at the spaceagency, said there was no effort to silence Dr. Hansen. "That's not the way weoperate here at NASA," Mr. Acosta said. "We promote openness and we speak withthe facts."He said the restrictions on Dr. Hansen applied to all National Aeronauticsand Space Administration personnel. He added that government scientists werefree to discuss scientific findings, but that policy statements should be leftto policy makers and
appointed spokesmen

.He was portrayed as the little guy exposing the evil administration hiding their incompetence in dealing with an on the horizon epidemic. Unfortunately, either through outright lack of will or just incompetence, the media never got the whole story on Hansen. He was an opportunist being funded and propped up by yet another Soros proxy

In 2006, Hansen accused the Bush Administration of attempting to censor him. The issue stemmed from an email sent by a 23-year old NASA public affairs intern. It warned Hansen over repeated violations of NASA’s official press policy, which requires the agency be notified prior to interviews. Hansen claimed he was being “silenced,” despite delivering over 1,400 interviews in recent years, including 15 the very month he made the claim. While he admits to violating the NASA presspolicy, Hansen states he had a “constitutional right” to grant interviews.Hansen then began a barrage of public appearances on TV, radio and in lecture halls decrying the politicization of climate science.

Turns out he was right. Science was being politicized. By him. A report revealed just this week, shows the ‘Open Society Institute’ funded Hansen to the tune of $720,000, carefully orchestrating his entire media campaign. OSI, a political group which spent $74 million in 2006 to “shape public policy,” is funded by billionaire George Soros, the largest backer of Kerry’s 2004 Presidential Campaign. Soros,who once declared that “removing Bush from office was the ”central focus" of hislife, has also given tens of millions of dollars to MoveOn.Org and other political action groups.
Certainly Soros has a right to spend his own money. But NASA officials have a responsibility to accurate, unbiased, nonpartisan science. For Hansen to secretly receive a large check from Soros, then begin making unsubstantiated claims about administrative influence on climate science is more than suspicious — it’s a clear conflict of interest...

So, who is George Soros. Well, he is a multi billionaire, around 8.5 billion at last count. He is Jewish son of Holocaust survivors from Hungary. He first became famous all over the world by nearly bankrupting by short selling the British pound in 1992. He is currently wanted on insider trading charges in France. One could say he is the real life Gordon Gekko. What does Soros want to accomplish? He wants to drastically change the way America operates. Among his list of priorities is: one world government, open borders, drug legalization, abortion on demand, closing down Gitmo, ending enhanced interrogations and warrantless wiretapping, giving terrorists civil rights of a criminal, a strong central government that borders on socialism, and euthanasia (that is all I can think of but hopefully you get the idea).

He has become a power player in the Democratic Party however, through his vast network of attack groups, he has been able to limit his profile up until now. He may have over played his hand though because now several of his groups are in the spotlight at the same time, and the blogosphere has begun to notice. Still, I believe Soros will live to regret the day that he decided to take on O'Reilly, and while the blogosphere will help drive this story, in the end, I believe it will end up being O'Reilly himself that will finally expose Soros to America.

Here is his latest TPM on Soros...

The real story behind the MoveOn smear attack on General Petraeus is far left financier George Soros. He has given millions to MoveOn and other Internet sites that smear conservatives and traditionalists.

If you want to know the full extent of Soros' intrusion into the political process, read Investors Business Daily's editorial today. Go to their Web site. It is downright frightening.Now the far left billionaire has bought politicians, journalists, an Internet character assassins. He wields tremendous power in this country. So much power that 24 Democratic senators were afraid to condemn MoveOn for its outrageous attack on General Petraeus. Those senators include Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Christopher Dodd, and Harry Reid. Again, those senators would not vote to condemn the MoveOn ad.

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