Soros, Guilty as Charged! And Who’s Behind These ‘Spontaneous’ Protests?

A fine piece of news we missed last week, due to pressure of work and bloggery, was the surprisingly sound judgement from the  European Court of Human Rights,which ruled the world’s most dangerous man, George Soros, was rightly done for insider trading in 1988. Whatever we think of Soros and his financial bludgeoning of the democratic system to achieve his evil objectives, none of us would say he was a fool. So no surprise these judges declined to believe he was a victim of the vagueness of French law.

Mr. Soros was a sufficiently experienced investor and “could not have been unaware that his decision to invest in shares in [Société Générale] entailed the risk that he might be committing the offence of insider trading,” Wall Street Journal 9/10

In a blow to Mr. Soros’s two decade-long legal battle to clear his name, judges at the European court said that French law on insider trading was sufficiently clear to provide grounds for a conviction.

I note he’s also been busily denying the other oft-heard charge against him that he collaborated with the Nazis against his fellow-Jews in wartime Hungary.

Tag all that onto the brilliant Ann Coulter article in WND yesterday and we have the makings of an enjoyable post, covering both Soros and the rabble currently polluting the cities of the world, the Flea Party.

The worst thing about Occupy Wall Street is that it’s ruining a good cause: hating Wall Street. Just when opposing Wall Street was gaining momentum, these brain-dead zombies are forcing us to choose between thieving bankers and them. If the Flea Party were really concerned about the greedy “Wall Street 1 Percent,” shifting money around to make themselves richer and everyone else poorer, their No. 1 target should be George Soros.

Of course, we don’t know exactly how much money Soros has, since he keeps all his money in offshore bank accounts.

We do know that Soros has been convicted of insider trading. And we know that his general modus operandi is to run around the world panicking sovereign nations, so he can pocket the difference when their currencies collapse….last week the OWS movement, bored with playing bocce ball and getting stoned, decided to protest at the homes of Wall Street’s robber barons. They then proceeded to walk right past George Soros’ apartment building to protest at the homes of Rupert Murdoch and David Koch.

THEY’RE NOT WALL STREET! You may not like Koch and Murdoch’s products – fertilizer and media – but neither one has anything to do with Wall Street. Unlike money manipulators such as John Corzine (Democrat), Robert Rubin (Democrat) and George Soros (Democrat and Obama’s biggest supporter), Koch and Murdoch make money from corporations that actually produce something.

They take risks, make things and get menaced by the government. Wall Street schemers take no risks, produce nothing and get bailed out by the government.

I like Ann C.  She tells it like it is. The man is a menace both to national sovereignty and traditional decency and it’s just a pity those French judges 23  years ago didn’t have the ould de’il locked up. And as for Wall Street, the banksters are no friends of conservatives, for fact is, Obama received more cash from them ‘than any other politician in two decades.’

The Sunlight Foundation, a non-partisan watchdog organization that keeps track of lobbyist spending, said Obama had hauled in more money from Wall Street than any other politician. It found that Obama had been given more money from Bank of America than any other candidate dating back to 1991. The pay-out totaled $421,242 in 2008 contributions from bank executives, employees and PACs. By the end of the 2008 campaign, executives connected to Wall Street firms, such as Goldman Sachs​, Citigroup, Bank of America and JP Morgan​ dumped $15.8 million into Obama’s campaign to sweeten relations with the new president.

Goldman Sachs contributed slightly over $1 million to Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, compared with a little over $394,600 to the 2004 Bush campaign. Citigroup gave $736,771 to Obama in 2008, compared with $320,820 to Bush in 2004. Executives and others connected with the Swiss bank UBS AG donated $539,424 to Obama’s 2008 campaign, compared with $416,950 to Bush in 2004. And JP Morgan Chase gave Obama’s campaign $808,799 in 2008, but did not show up among Bush’s top donors in 2004, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

Plutocrats are behind the left’s ascent to power in America, and if those dumbos on their polluted parks ever thought about it, they might take a bath and join the Tea Party! But one is forced to wonder, who’s been organising those ‘spontaneous’ protests?

…. Reuters did find indirect financial links between Soros and Adbusters, an anticapitalist group in Canada which started the protests with an inventive marketing campaign aimed at sparking an Arab Spring type uprising against Wall Street. Moreover, Soros and the protesters share some ideological ground.     ….