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George Soros thinks he is a god but does not believe in the True God



Matthew Vadum senior vice president of Capital Research Center wrote a book that was published near the beginning of the end of then Barack Obama’s first term as President of the United States.  The book is called “Subversion, Inc.: How Obama’s ACORN Red Shirts are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers.”

World Net Daily published a story just recently about one element of this book regarding George Soros, and his plans along with many other progressives to force America into their vision of the so called New World Order.

As I said a few days ago; the progressives want you to attack the Brothers Koch, but pay no attention to their fat cats behind the curtain.  The focus on that piece was Tom Steyer, but I did give a nod to George Soros.

Tom Steyer and Democrat impeachers want way more than removing Trump, and they lie about it will hear about how he cares about environmental issues, and supporting those that will fight for our planet. Does he really care about our planet, or does he only want to enrich himself with his coal investments? You will also hear about Steyer (at least for the moment) leading a movement to impeach our current sitting President and forcing Democrats to partake in his coup against Donald Trump.

It’s Soros’ turn

But now it’s Soros turn to be talked about.

To start off with, Soros was born of Jewish heritage, but like Saul Alinsky and most of the Jews in showbiz, they are Jewish in name only.  They gravitated towards their own materialism if not downright paganism.  Soros is no different.  According to Vadum; “Somehow Soros began to think that he was a god because he had all this money that he earned from hedge funds – he made a billion dollars overnight in one transaction. He’s on record saying he began thinking of himself as a god. Initially, this troubled him, but then eventually he got used to and became fine with the idea.  But he views himself as a kind of deity, which is interesting in that he is an atheist.”

It’s only natural for someone that welds lots of money and influence to feel that they are equal or better than God, or if really believe that their is no god, they must take that god title.  Talk about “Pride Comes Before a Fall.”  Yet Soros will use Faith institutions to move his agenda forward while undermining them at the same time, and many of these institutions claim to be evangelical.  So just because you don’t belong to a mainline church that is already progressive does not mean your safe.  Do your homework and see if your church is actually following and teaching the Word of God.

It should be no surprise to anyone that Soros himself supports open borders and conditions us peasants (along with his progressive allies) to co-exist with those who are not legal citizens regardless if they come from Mexico or even from the middle east.  There could be other places, but those places I listed are the two biggies of the American immigration flow.  All I can say is that Soros and his family better have a plan in place when needed because the Muslim immigrants are not going to be the useful idiots (like the Mexicans) that the American European-Fabian Society socialist alliance (as I shall call it) make them out to be; and I think these people know it.

The Takeaway

Overall the support of the LGBTQ jihad, the push for more government run health care (including ushering in Single Payer in the United States at long last) and the down right social engineering of our society.  Soros and his money are behind it, and the groups that he supports including the Center for American Progress.  Yet those who push back on Soros are the same people that get blacklisted including one that used to fight with the likes of Soros.  That being David Horowitz.

Soak the rich?  Perhaps, but it’s just propaganda for you and me to be suckered into rewarding the socialists with absolute power which they crave.  Soros and Steyer will likely get a nice tax break just like GE, if not already.

Investigative journalist: George Soros thinks he’s ‘a god’ Soros An investigative journalist who has researched radical advocacy organizations and their sources of funding says the prominent left-wing billionaire known to subsidize such acivitism, George Soros, thinks he’s a god. “Somehow Soros began to think that he was a god because he had all this money that he earned from hedge funds – he made a billion dollars overnight in one transaction. “But he views himself as a kind of deity, which is interesting in that he is an atheist,” Vadum said.



Someone who wants to be a voice for liberty and freedom. Telecom (Radio/TV) Pikes Peak Community College 1993-1998, BS Journalism, minor Political Science, Colorado State University-Pueblo 1999-2004

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  1. Dale McNamee

    November 2, 2017 at 11:39 am

    George Soros will be meeting the God that he doesn’t believe in soon… When he draws his last breath, the “fun” will begin as George will be held in God’s “holding cell” (Sheol) to await judgement and hearing God say at His Judgement:”Depart ye cursed…”

    Then, eternity burning and rotting with diseases, known and unknown, and worms continuing eat his flesh as well…

    • Don McCullen

      November 2, 2017 at 2:58 pm

      Many people will join him regardless of their greatness or their wealth.

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Jim Koch likes tax cuts, so Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone is boycotting Samuel Adams beer



Jim Koch likes tax cuts so Mayor Joseph A Curtatone is boycotting Samuel Adams beer

Some of us don’t agree with the President generally but appreciate some of the actions he’s taken. This is a reasonable stance; you don’t have to agree with someone philosophically or even like them personally to like some of their actions. Arguably the best thing the GOP Congress and President Trump have done since taking power are the tax cuts. What’s not to like?

Unfortunately, many on the left don’t feel the same way. Whether they’re against a particular policy or simply against against anything that starts with the letter “T” and ends in the word “rump,” they will go out of their way to not only protest the President’s actions but demonize anyone who doesn’t feel the same way. Such is the case with a Massachusetts mayor, Joseph A. Curtatone, and his fresh boycott against Samuel Adams beer.

Did they ship jobs overseas? No. Did they rip off consumers, lie about their products, or cheat on their taxes? No. Perhaps they espoused a Biblical worldview – many liberals hate that and will demonize any prominent people who do such a dastardly deed. No, they didn’t do that either.

What Jim Koch, co-founder and chairman of the Boston Beer Company who produces Samuel Adams, did was give praise about the tax cuts that are saving American tax-payers real money. At a dinner the President held for various business owners, Koch didn’t show support for the President or any of his more controversial policies. He likes the tax cuts, as any fair-minded and money-conscious American should. Unfortunately, that was enough to make Curtatone whip out his social justice warrior card and call for a boycott.

Even the Boston Herald had to question Curtatone’s stance.

Editorial: Mayor Walsh stands against Boston Beer boycott was an important, symbolic step for Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh to come out against any boycott of Samuel Adams ale, as Somerville Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone and others vowed to never drink the Boston Beer Co. product again.

Walsh told the Herald’s Brooks Sutherland, “I think that if you start talking about boycotting something against elected officials, including the president, there’s not much stuff we’d be able to buy in the country.”

When a liberal politician wants to make headlines, they fight against a perceived injustice. That means Curtatone believes the tax cuts were unjust. The people of Somerville should remember that next time they go to the balo

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The real reason Ocasio-Cortez is afraid of the press



The real reason Ocasio-Cortez is afraid of the press

For at least the second time, reporters were barred from covering an event featuring Socialist Democratic darling Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. The campaign’s reason: we want attendees to feel comfortable since there’s so much national press covering her.

This is an absolutely ridiculous excuse, of course. Nobody goes to a campaign event without knowing the press will (should) be there. It doesn’t make them less comfortable and may actually give some a sense of security knowing the answers to their questions will be judged by more than the audience at hand. That’s one of the reasons for the press in the first place, to give information about an event to people who cannot attend.

Instead, the press is getting another roadblock:

Ocasio-Cortez bans press from covering campaign event Ocasio-Cortez, the Democratic socialist star running for New York’s 14th congressional district, is facing criticism after her campaign banned journalists from covering a town hall meeting with voters this week.

The Queens Chronicle, a local news outlet, reported that the campaign for the 28-year-old progressive prevented reporters from attending a campaign event in Corona on Sunday, even though it was open to the rest of the public. The campaign reportedly barred reporters from a prior event as well.

It’s conspicuous that a local publication was barred because it runs contrary to the narrative the campaign is trying to sell. So why is she being hidden from reporters at these types of events?

My Take

It’s clear that her exposure is her best friend and worst enemy. Being talked about is a politician’s best friend on the campaign trail, but it also offers a risk of failure. This is most common in events like the town hall meetings she is holding because she’ll be forced to think on her feet.

What if she can’t think on her feet? What if her answers when placed in an unscripted situation the type of answers many would expect from an inexperienced socialist?

Until she’s ready to handle the pressure of having press cover these events, she won’t be ready to hold public office at this level. The House of Representatives isn’t for people who need to be protected from their own answers.

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Bettie Cook Scott is a racist politician. And she’s a Democrat.



Bettie Cook Scott is a racist politician And shes a Democrat

Racism is owned by the Republican Party. That’s the narrative the press and their handlers, the Democratic Party, wants America to believe. Someone forgot to get that memo to Michigan state representative Bettie Cook Scott.

Detroit Rep. Bettie Cook Scott on Asian opponent: ‘Don’t vote for the ching-chong!’ than a dozen community groups have called on Rep. Bettie Cook Scott (D-Detroit) to apologize for a series of racial slurs sources say she used to describe her primary election opponent, Rep. Stephanie Chang (D-Detroit).

Scott is alleged to have referred to Chang as “ching-chang” and “the ching-chong” to multiple voters outside polling precincts during last Tuesday’s election. She’s also said to have called one of Chang’s campaign volunteers an “immigrant,” saying “you don’t belong here” and “I want you out of my country.”

My Take

There are two important takeaways here. First is the hypocrisy surrounding Scott, a (formerly) rising star in the Michigan Democratic Party. If the comments she made were spoken by anyone other than a Democrat, the calls wouldn’t be for an apology. The press and social groups would be calling for her to step down and jump into a hole somewhere.

The second point is that in the real world, the one not seen through the lens of liberals and the media, racism exists everywhere. It is not owned by Republicans, conservatives, old people, white people, or any other classification. One can even make a valid argument that it’s no more prominent in the Republican Party than it is in the Democratic Party that supports groups like Antifa and Black Lives Matter.

Racism must be eliminated from society. That will never happen as long as so many people naively believe it only exists in the minds of certain people on the political right. It exists everywhere. Accept that and we can work to make it stop.

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