Soros and me

Steve McCann
Last week I was able to watch the first of Glenn Beck's expose on George Soros.  I found it to be not only necessary but accurate and well done.   I have watched Mr. Soros's activities for many years as I have come across the wreckage he has created in the international financial markets and observed his egomaniacal attempts to aggrandize himself.

Many readers of the American Thinker and other sites are aware from my writings that I am a survivor of World War II and an orphaned displaced person brought to the United States.  I have viewed George Soros with much disdain as it is incomprehensible to me how anyone who experienced or saw first-hand the death and destruction wrought by a megalomaniac could become one.

The early years of Mr. Soros in Budapest aiding the Nazis in their persecution of the Jews, whether as a willing or unwilling accomplice, cannot help but form his character.  My own experiences coming out of that same period remain with me to this day, albeit I was considerably younger than Mr. Soros at the time.  I can only conclude that he to this day does not have any remorse or second thoughts about his activities in 1944 and his actions during the remainder of his life confirm his mind set.

J.R. Dunn in his article "Soros, Beck, and the Holocaust" amply details the published evidence and Mr. Soros' own words concerning his activities during this time.

In his adulthood no one could go about deliberately destroying wealth, attempting to create a new world order and referring to himself as a deity (in his own words) if he did not have the same mindset of those with whom he co-operated 66 years ago. 

Now those sycophants that are dependent upon George Soros' largess choose to deliberately distort what Mr. Beck said regarding this period in his life and wrap themselves in the flag of compassion claiming that no one knows what was in Mr. Soros' heart and that he did not aid and abet in the holocaust.  

We do not know what was in his heart, but no one with true compassion in their heart for their fellow man could have lived through those times and endured the overpowering stench of death and destruction, the constant search for food and shelter, and whether they would survive for yet another day, would ever say that they felt no guilt for their role in cooperating with the Nazis.  My guilt is that I was fortunate to survive when so many millions did not.

George Soros' actions and disdain for his fellow man as he revels in his unbridled narcissism is indicative of the worst traits of mankind: the need by some to conquer and maintain total control over their fellow man.  The lust for power has always been with us and Mr. Soros is the latest manifestation.
Last week I was able to watch the first of Glenn Beck's expose on George Soros.  I found it to be not only necessary but accurate and well done.   I have watched Mr. Soros's activities for many years as I have come across the wreckage he has created in the international financial markets and observed his egomaniacal attempts to aggrandize himself.

Many readers of the American Thinker and other sites are aware from my writings that I am a survivor of World War II and an orphaned displaced person brought to the United States.  I have viewed George Soros with much disdain as it is incomprehensible to me how anyone who experienced or saw first-hand the death and destruction wrought by a megalomaniac could become one.

The early years of Mr. Soros in Budapest aiding the Nazis in their persecution of the Jews, whether as a willing or unwilling accomplice, cannot help but form his character.  My own experiences coming out of that same period remain with me to this day, albeit I was considerably younger than Mr. Soros at the time.  I can only conclude that he to this day does not have any remorse or second thoughts about his activities in 1944 and his actions during the remainder of his life confirm his mind set.

J.R. Dunn in his article "Soros, Beck, and the Holocaust" amply details the published evidence and Mr. Soros' own words concerning his activities during this time.

In his adulthood no one could go about deliberately destroying wealth, attempting to create a new world order and referring to himself as a deity (in his own words) if he did not have the same mindset of those with whom he co-operated 66 years ago. 

Now those sycophants that are dependent upon George Soros' largess choose to deliberately distort what Mr. Beck said regarding this period in his life and wrap themselves in the flag of compassion claiming that no one knows what was in Mr. Soros' heart and that he did not aid and abet in the holocaust.  

We do not know what was in his heart, but no one with true compassion in their heart for their fellow man could have lived through those times and endured the overpowering stench of death and destruction, the constant search for food and shelter, and whether they would survive for yet another day, would ever say that they felt no guilt for their role in cooperating with the Nazis.  My guilt is that I was fortunate to survive when so many millions did not.

George Soros' actions and disdain for his fellow man as he revels in his unbridled narcissism is indicative of the worst traits of mankind: the need by some to conquer and maintain total control over their fellow man.  The lust for power has always been with us and Mr. Soros is the latest manifestation.