The billionaire globalist George Soros has taken to the pages of The New York Review of Books to call for war with Russia.
The master manipulator, who admitted orchestrating the fascist coup in Ukraine, writes that Europe faces an existential threat from Russia. He says a Europe enfeebled by the 2008 Eurozone crisis is unable to counter the Russian threat “that poses a fundamental challenge to the values and principles on which the European Union was originally founded.”
Soros neglects to mention the architects of the original European Union. As pointed out in the Red House Report, a document authored by U.S. military intelligence, the EU, or the Fourth Reich, was planned for post-war Europe in 1944 by an elite group of Nazis and German industrialists. “The Third Reich was defeated militarily, but powerful Nazi-era bankers, industrialists and civil servants, reborn as democrats, soon prospered in the new West Germany. There they worked for a new cause: European economic and political integration,” writes Adam Lebor.
For Soros and the EU elite, however, Russia presents a more ominous threat to Europe than a cabal of Nazis and their heirs. The Fourth Reich and the United States – itself a refuge for Nazis under Operation Paperclip – are “determined to avoid any direct military confrontation with Russia,” Soros argues, and this reluctance has emboldened Putin and the Russians to negate treaties, annex Crimea and establish separatist enclaves in eastern Ukraine. Soros characterizes war crimes committed “under the aegis of Ukrainian law enforcement agencies, by the leaders and members of the Aidar battalion,” according to Amnesty International, and the use of cluster bombs against civilians as “low-level war.” In Donetsk, Gorlovka, Luhansk and other areas invaded by the Kiev regime, Soros’ “low-level war” has resulted in the death of hundreds of civilians.
A recent ceasefire agreement reached in Ukraine, Soros writes, will be violated by Putin. Left unmentioned here is the fact the Ukrainian regime’s new president, Petro Poroshenko, refused to renew a previous ceasefire agreement in July and vowed to “attack and liberate our land” and kill the “terrorists, insurgents, marauders” who resist the rule of fascist factions in western Ukraine. The “insurgents” are, as noted by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, eastern Ukrainians, not Russian soldiers.
Soros criticizes the U.S. for not providing lethal military assistance to the Kiev regime. The Ukrainian military, however, has used its existing artillery, mortar, and rockets to lethal effect in the Donbas. “Since May, Ukrainian armed forces have attempted to retake the city from pro-Russian insurgents. Residents told Human Rights Watch that many residents have not had electricity, gas, and running water for weeks, food and fuel are running low, and it is difficult to communicate because neither cellphones nor landlines work. Human Rights Watch observed long lines at morning water and bread distribution points,” the organization reported in September.
Soros believes “preserving the independence of Ukraine,” in other words, upholding its coup government, supersedes the supposed threat of the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. He urges Obama to not cooperate with Russia on a deal to fight the Saudi financed and Pentagon trained terrorist army. Not suporting Ukraine “would be a tragic mistake, with far-reaching geopolitical consequences,” he writes.
Soros then argues Europe is at war with Russia and he criticizes the EU for not accepting this. “It is high time for the members of the European Union to wake up and behave as countries indirectly at war. They are better off helping Ukraine to defend itself than having to fight for themselves.”
Finally, Soros extolls the fascist Maidan and cites it as an example for the rest of Europe. “Europeans themselves need to take a close look at the new Ukraine. That could help them recapture the original spirit that led to the creation of the European Union. The European Union would save itself by saving Ukraine,” he writes.
Considering the Maidan’s vanguard – Pravy Sektor, Svoboda, Patriots of Ukraine, Ukrainian National Assembly – Ukrainian National Self Defense, and Trizub, all fascist in character – the call by Soros to “recapture the original spirit that led to the creation of the European Union,” decided at the at the Maison Rouge Hotel in Strasbourg at the end of the Second World War by Nazis and German industrialists, makes perfect sense.
George Soros’ call for a return to the original spirit of the EU is in keeping with his past history as a Nazi collaborator. As a teenager in Hungary he worked with the Judenrat, the administrative body during the war that Germans required Jews to form in occupied territory. Soros and his father, Theodore, confiscated property from other Jews and facilitated their extermination at Auschwitz and other death camps. “There was no sense that I shouldn’t be there. If I wasn’t doing it, somebody else would be taking it away anyhow. Whether I was there or not. So I had no sense of guilt,” Soros told Steve Kroft of 60 Minutes.
He apparently harbors no sense of guilt over funding the Maidan and its fascist elements and the subsequent murder of innocents in eastern Ukraine. Likewise, he would probably experience little remorse if the aggressive behavior of the United States in eastern Europe ultimately results in a war – with the possibility of that war going thermonuclear.
“The perilous political dynamics in Eastern Europe need to be reversed” before a catastrophic war results, writes Dmitri Trenin for The National Interest.
Soros and the global elite, however, are making certain the dynamics continue on course. The Nazi engineers of the Fourth Reich made the mistake of attacking Russia and it now appears their successors may soon make a similar mistake with equally if not more disastrous consequence.