Soros Says Israel Is The Problem


George Soros wrote a piece for the Washington Post that says the main roadblock to a beneficial change in Egypt is Americas alliance with those darn Jews!

George Soros - Why Obama has to get Egypt right

The main stumbling block is Israel. In reality, Israel has as much to gain from the spread of democracy in the Middle East as the United States has. But Israel is unlikely to recognize its own best interests because the change is too sudden and carries too many risks. And some U.S. supporters of Israel are more rigid and ideological than Israelis themselves. Fortunately, Obama is not beholden to the religious right, which has carried on a veritable vendetta against him. The American Israel Public Affairs Committee is no longer monolithic or the sole representative of the Jewish community. The main danger is that the Obama administration will not adjust its policies quickly enough to the suddenly changed reality.
Those Jews are just too dumb to realize that a new government who despises them and dwells on their border would be in their own best interest?

Fortunately Obama is not beholden to those pesky Christians who don’t want an Anti Israel/America government to take power in Egypt?

If the platitudes he offers in support of a new wonderful “democratic Egypt” will be the result of us dumping our concern for Israel in the trash can then why would we have to abandon a long term democratic nation like Israel in the trash for it to happen?

These idiot Liberals are not even trying to hide their Antisemitism anymore.

But remember, it is not nice to equate them with Nazi’s and it does nothing to “further the discussion” :firing::firing:

I am not interested in furthering this type of “discussion/genocide planning”


Not surprisingly, my opinion is that Soros is an ass at best, and nefarious at worst. And I have little faith that it’s the former.


Since Obama is following the same disastrous policies as former democrat presidents, it is no wonder that he may be following Jimmy Carters failed policy in foreign relations.

August 26, 2007
Jimmy Carter’s Human Rights Disaster in Iran
By Slater Bakhtavar

In accord with the pleasant US-Iran relations then-existing, President Carter spent New Year’s Eve in 1977 with the Shah and toasted Iran as “an island of stability in one of the more troubled areas of the world”. Nonetheless, between 1975 and 1978, the Shah’s popularity fell due to the Carter administration’s misguided implementation of human rights policies.

The election of Mr. Carter as president of the United States in 1976, with his vocal emphasis on the importance of human rights in international affairs, was a turning point in US-Iran relations.

The Shah of Iran was accused of torturing over 3000 prisoners. Under the banner of promoting human rights, Carter made excessive demands of the Shah, threatening to withhold military and social aid.

Carter pressured the Shah to release “political prisoners”, whose ranks included radical fundamentalists, communists and terrorists. Many of these individuals are now among the opponents we face in our “war on terrorism”.

American Thinker: Jimmy Carter’s Human Rights Disaster in Iran



He’s evil.

Basically, he’s Sith, but not as cool and no lightsaber or force lightning.