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What Does Glenn Beck’s Departure Have to Do With George Soros?

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Posted on Apr 8, 2011
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Because you know if there’s a left-wing conspiracy, George Soros is in on it somehow—at least in the wacky, weird, blackboard-enabled world (population: 1) inhabited by soon-to-be-former Fox News show host Glenn Beck, who doesn’t squander the opportunity to compare himself to Paul Revere (!) in this mocking goodbye from Jon Stewart on Thursday’s “Daily Show.”  —KA

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By Michael Cavlan RN, April 12, 2011 at 2:48 pm Link to this comment

Spooky

Thank you. Obviously I agree. Not to mention the fact that it is alleged that George Soros and Goldmann Sachs (both major contributors to the Obama campaign) made a fortune from the foreclosure crisis. Funny thing, Michael Moore, that working class hero has been kind of quiet about these little facts.

As an aside. On Common Dreams which allowed an article by Cindy Sheehan once in 6 months, inn factdid not allow Cindy Sheehann to comment on her own article. Or at least that is what Cindy Sheehan told me.

Bait and Switch. Divide and Conquor

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By Spooky-43, April 10, 2011 at 5:14 am Link to this comment

Don’t be so naive, Maani.  At the global elite level, there are no philanthropists.  Everything they do is for money and power. 

Soros attends Bildebergers as does Rupert Murdoch.  Soros is, or was, a major stockholder of Haliburton, and he made tens of millions from the Bush-Cheney wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.  Rapiscan, the company that manufactures the new full-body scanners is owned by Soros, so Soros profits from airplane terrosism, and keeping the flying public fearful. 

I wonder how much he stands to make if he has a part in replacing all those Tomahawks fired in Libya? 

In Asia, especially Thailand, Soros is officially considered an “Economic Terrorist” who, by manipulating currency and governments for his own profit caused the continued misery of millions of poor people in the area. 

The guy is too well documented in his capitalistic fund management activities to fool anybody that has half a brain. 

Don’t believe the old liberal myth:  “Conservative money is bad, and linked to greed, while liberal money is self-evidently philanthropic.”

All the global elite/rich who operate in their secret societies, do so for the reasons of power and money.  There is an element of competition amongst them, but in the end, they are blood brothers, devoted to the funneling of huge amounts of money directly or indirectly to the empires that they own and control.  It is the ultimate good-old-boys club. 

They play “good cop” “bad cop” for the deception of the masses, but virtually everything that happens in the world, happens under their direction.  This is why there is little difference in the US under Bush and under Obama.  Nothing changes, because the US government is under the direction, not of the people, but of the global elite. 

And as stated long ago by the Rothschilds, you can make ten times more money in one day of war than you can in a whole year of peace. 

If Soros funds a leftist organization, like MoveON, it is to take advantage of tax advantages relative to political contributions, so he can buy politicians more easily.  It is all about getting your guys in the front positions, to provide the “story” to the masses.  It is to encourage politicians who favor the “open society” borderless world, where there is less restrictions on worldwide trading. 

And they really got a good one in Obama.  He does everything expected of him.  Bush did an excellent job for them also, creating wars, division, hatred and chaos.  All of which enables billions to funnel up to the elite, including Soros.

The global elite buy up all technology which could make a real difference in the lives of common people in favor of keeping them dependent on so-called “scarce resources,” which they can control for the purposes of bleeding the average man.  Instead of some good energy technology, or healthcare technology, they give us another version of the Ipad to play with. 

They would love the world to have one central government, to make the control of the masses more easy, and they are fearful of American God and freedom loving tendencies and also gun ownership of Americans.  America needs to be taken out for them to get their wish, and that is what is happening now, while Americans divide up and fight each other as a result of the deceptions directed at them. 

Glenn Beck was tolerable to the elite for a time when he just seemed to be helping to cause division, acting like a right-wing nut job.  But when he started focusing on Soros, Soros had to take him out by appealing to his blood brother, Rupert Murdoch.

It is as simple as that.  You cannot go against the global elite and expect to survive.  I really expected Beck to die unexpectedly of some exotic disease.  Might still happen if he keeps it up.  If he becomes independent, he can even go against Murdoch, and the rest of his good-old-boy club.  That would be interesting, but dangerous for Beck.

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By Maani, April 9, 2011 at 11:18 pm Link to this comment

Michael:

The phrase is “Denial is not a river in Egypt.”

As for Koch on one side, Soros/Goldman on the other, I think you need to change this.

I would put Koch, Murdoch, Redstone on one side and Soros on the other - but for a different reason: because while Soros may well join the other three among the top 1% that Stiglitz mentions, at least HE is doing some good with his money, while the other three do nothing but mischief, mayhem and media manipulation.

Peace.

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By Night-Gaunt, April 9, 2011 at 4:02 pm Link to this comment

Not a mention of Glenn Beck so far till I did it. I wonder why? Sour grapes are to be expected from those who lose their jobs, which makes them suspect as to motive. But I have an open mind.

However I don’t see Goldman Sachs on another side of the Koch Brothers but maybe with George Soros. I can’t wait to see some proof. Its strange considering Glenn Beck has his own inside connexion to the Koch Brothers which suggests he has a reason not to see any such of the massive influence Koch‘s wield.

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By denvercougars, April 9, 2011 at 2:54 pm Link to this comment

Just watched an interview from the national conference for media reform. Pretty interesting. If you want to check it out, http://www.livestream.com/freespeechtv/video?clipId=flv_7a3df055-60b7-4c3b-98a7-f9ace7006e0e

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By thebeerdoctor, April 9, 2011 at 1:27 pm Link to this comment

Michael Cavian is angry but correct. George Soros is but a progressive mask of the 1% ownership elite who are actually destroying most of the world for the sake of capitalist hegemony.

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By Michael Cavlan RN, April 9, 2011 at 11:41 am Link to this comment

So bottom line.

We will get nowhere as long as we allow Democratic Party apologists to set the agenda.

The question remains.

Do we have the moral and political courage and integrity to oppose our own corporate empire? As seen in the one money party with two wings. In the best pseudo democracy that money can buy. I remain willing to be convinced.

Egypt is not a river in denial.

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By Michael Cavlan RN, April 9, 2011 at 11:35 am Link to this comment

God I love Democratic Party apologists. They will invariably attack the messenger as a way to attempt to discredit the message.

Ribbie

What part of my post is misinformation?

The part where George Soros and Goldmann Sachs made a boatload of money from the current foreclosure crisis? This is easily found and documented.

Or where the Koch Brother who have boatloads of money influence elections on one side, while George Soros and Goldmann Sachs has boatloads of money influencing elections on the other? Also very easy to finnd out this information.

In a classic case of divide and conquer.

The issue that this anonymous Democratic Party shill Ribbie is not the facts that I bring forward but instead the political analysis that I have.

So again Ribbie

What facts have I put forward that is misinformation?

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By ribbie149, April 9, 2011 at 10:56 am Link to this comment

Michael, what a tragedy to hear about your being banned
from these two sites.  If your post here is any
indication, the readers of those blogs were spared a
considerable dose of boredom, if not misinformation.

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By Michael Cavlan RN, April 9, 2011 at 10:02 am Link to this comment

The Koch Brothers on one side

George Soros and Goldmann Sachs (who, it is said both made a fortune on the foreclosure crisis) on the other.

OK

Pointing this out and asking with another poster if Common Dreams had an invisible donor problem and if George Soros was that invisible donor is what caused myself and others to be immediately banned from posting at Common Dreams and have all that we had posted removed, disappeared from the site.

Op Ed News on the other hand, had myself and others summilarily banned and likewise “disappeared” for daring to question Obama in the run up to the election.

We were called COTO
Committee Of The Obvious
One of those banned from Op Ed News was Rady Ananda, former managing Co-Editor of Op Ed News.

These experiences have been creepy, to say the least.

As for Daily KOS and Huffington Post, well they are pretty much well known for shilling for the corporate corrupted one money party with two wings, pseudo democracy that we live in.

Do We Americans have the courage and integrity to oppose our own current corporate empire? I remain willing to be convinced.

Egypt is not a river in denial.

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