Soros and Russia

Thomas Lifson
Kim Zigfeld, who blogs at La Russophobe, recounts some very interesting interactions with a George Soros-funded website, Transitions Online, over the site's refusal to cover a subject very embarrassing to both Russia and the Obama administration's outreach policies. The subject is a particularly touching one for some of Obama's base: the widespread wave of lynchings of black people living in Russia.

At this point, we can only speculate on Soros and his relationship to Russia. Zigfeld offers some intriguing thoughts.

When a subject is made into a black hole at a high-minded website funded by the Open Society Institute, we start to understand the limits of openness Soros-style, and maybe pick up a few hints on his tactics and strategies.
Kim Zigfeld, who blogs at La Russophobe, recounts some very interesting interactions with a George Soros-funded website, Transitions Online, over the site's refusal to cover a subject very embarrassing to both Russia and the Obama administration's outreach policies. The subject is a particularly touching one for some of Obama's base: the widespread wave of lynchings of black people living in Russia.

At this point, we can only speculate on Soros and his relationship to Russia. Zigfeld offers some intriguing thoughts.

When a subject is made into a black hole at a high-minded website funded by the Open Society Institute, we start to understand the limits of openness Soros-style, and maybe pick up a few hints on his tactics and strategies.