Archief
Artikelen

George Soros, geboren als György Schwartz (Boedapest, 12 augustus 1930), is een Hongaars-Amerikaans zakenman van Joodse afkomst. Hij verwierf een enorm vermogen met beursspeculaties, hij bezit zo’n 22 miljard dollar en behoort tot de 50 rijkste mensen ter wereld. Soros overleefde de bezetting van Hongarije door nazi-Duitsland, maar week na de inval door de Sovjetrussen in 1946 uit naar Groot-Brittannië. Hij studeerde in 1952 af aan de London School of Economics. In 1956 vestigde hij zich in de VS, waar hij werkte als beleggingsanalist. In 1992 speculeerde hij op ongekende schaal tegen het Britse pond. Op Zwarte Woensdag (16 september 1992) werd de Engelse regering gedwongen de munt te devalueren, Soros maakte meer dan 1 miljard dollar winst op de affaire! In 2005 werd hij in Frankrijk veroordeeld tot een boete van 2,8 miljoen dollar wegens handel met voorkennis in aandelen van de bank Société Générale. In november 2008 moest Soros verschijnen voor het Amerikaanse Congres om vragen te beantwoorden over zijn rol in de kredietcrisis. In 2007 verdiende hij 2,9 miljard dollar!

Op zijn website profileert Soros zich als filantroop, maar zijn vrijgevigheid is niet vrij van politiek belang. Soros is voorstander van de EU en tegenstander van president Poetin van Rusland. Onlangs was Soros even in Kiev om de junta van Poroshenko aan te moedigen. Op 13 januari j.l. werd dat nieuws bekend: George Soros makes hush-hush trip to Kiev Daarop heeft Poroshenko prompt besloten dat er 50.000 burgers onder de wapens worden geroepen! Ukraine President Signs Mobilization Decree: 50,000 To Be Drafted. Die oorlog gaat dus gewoon door! 🙁

In oktober vorig jaar schreef Soros op zijn weblog: Wake Up, Europe. Dit artikel verscheen in november in The New York Review of Books. Het staat bol van de bekende leugens en verdraaiingen van de feiten. Ik zet ze maar even een beetje schuin!

Europe and the United States—each for its own reasons—are determined to avoid any direct military confrontation with Russia. Russia is taking advantage of their reluctance. Violating its treaty obligations, Russia has annexed Crimea and established separatist enclaves in eastern Ukraine. In August, when the recently installed government in Kiev threatened to win the low-level war in eastern Ukraine against separatist forces backed by Russia, President Putin invaded Ukraine with regular armed forces in violation of the Russian law that exempts conscripts from foreign service without their consent.

In seventy-two hours these forces destroyed several hundred of Ukraine’s armored vehicles, a substantial portion of its fighting force. According to General Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander for Europe, the Russians used multiple launch rocket systems armed with cluster munitions and thermobaric warheads (an even more inhumane weapon that ought to be outlawed) with devastating effect.

De datum van deze vermeende driedaagse invasie staat er niet bij! Tot op heden is er geen enkel bewijs dat Rusland de Oekraïne is binnengevallen. Het zijn NATO-praatjes voor de vaak! In een ouder artikel in The New York Review of Books, uit april 2014, zegt Soros:

The Future of Europe: An Interview with George Soros
George Soros and Gregor Peter Schmitz

Soros: The important thing to remember is that Putin is leading from a position of weakness. He was quite popular in Russia because he restored some order out of the chaos. The new order is not all that different from the old one, but the fact that it is open to the outside world is a definite improvement, an important element in its stability. But then the prearranged switch with Dmitry Medvedev from prime minister to president deeply upset the people. Putin felt existentially threatened by the protest movement. He became repressive at home and aggressive abroad.

That is when Russia started shipping armaments to the Assad regime in Syria on a massive scale and helped turn the tide against the rebels. The gamble paid off because of the preoccupation of the Western powers—the United States and the EU—with their internal problems. Barack Obama wanted to retaliate against Syria’s use of chemical weapons. He asked for congressional approval and was about to be rebuffed when Putin came to the rescue and persuaded Assad to voluntarily surrender his chemical weapons.

That was a resounding diplomatic victory for him. Yet the spontaneous uprising of the Ukrainian people must have taught Putin that his dream of reconstituting what is left of the Russian Empire is unattainable. He is now facing a choice between persevering or changing course and becoming more cooperative abroad and less repressive at home. His current course has already proved to be self-defeating, but he appears to be persevering.

Syrië heeft geen chemische wapens gebruikt, het was een valse vlag, georganiseerd door de “rebels”, een ongeregeld zooitje Allah Akbar schreeuwers dat wordt betaald en bewapend door de VS, Saoedi-Arabië en Qatar. Gewonde “rebellen” (= huurlingen!) worden verpleegd in Israël en hun belangrijkste aanvoerroute liep (loopt?) via NATO-land Turkije. Inmiddels zijn die “rebellen” veranderd in ISIS!

In het februari-nummer van The New York Review of Books zal het volgende artikel verschijnen: A New Policy to Rescue Ukraine

Sanctions are a necessary evil. They are necessary because neither the EU nor the US is willing to risk war with Russia, and that leaves economic sanctions as the only way to resist Russian aggression. They are evil because they hurt not only the country on which they are imposed but also the countries that impose them. The harm has turned out to be much bigger than anybody anticipated. Russia is in the midst of a financial crisis, which is helping to turn the threat of deflation in the eurozone into a reality.

By contrast, all the consequences of helping Ukraine would be positive. By enabling Ukraine to defend itself, Europe would be indirectly also defending itself. Moreover, an injection of financial assistance to Ukraine would help stabilize its economy and indirectly also provide a much-needed stimulus to the European economy by encouraging exports and investment in Ukraine. Hopefully Russia’s troubles and Ukraine’s progress would persuade President Vladimir Putin to give up as a lost cause his attempts to destabilize Ukraine.

Unfortunately neither the European public nor the leadership seems to be moved by these considerations. Europe seems to be dangerously unaware of being indirectly under military attack from Russia and carries on business as usual. It treats Ukraine as just another country in need of financial assistance, and not even as one that is important to the stability of the euro, like Greece or Ireland.

Putin’s ambition to recreate a Russian empire has unintentionally helped bring into being a new Ukraine that is opposed to Russia and seeks to become the opposite of the old Ukraine with its endemic corruption and ineffective government. The new Ukraine is led by the cream of civil society: young people, many of whom studied abroad and refused to join either government or business on their return because they found both of them repugnant. Many of them found their place in academic institutions, think tanks, and nongovernmental organizations. A widespread volunteer movement, of unprecedented scope and power unseen in other countries, has helped Ukraine to stand strong against Russian aggression. Its members were willing to risk their lives on the Maidan for the sake of a better future and they are determined not to repeat the mistakes of the past, including the political infighting that undermined the Orange Revolution. A politically engaged civil society is the best assurance against a return of the old Ukraine: activists would return to the Maidan if the politicians engaged in the kind of petty squabbling and corruption that ruined the old Ukraine.

George Soros: EU should provide $50bn to Ukraine to pressure Russia. Alsof in de EU het geld aan de bomen groeit! Op Forbes staat gelukkig een tegengeluid: George Soros’ Plan to Rescue Ukraine Isn’t Going To Work

George Soros, the billionaire investor and philanthropist known for his successful attack on the British Pound and, more recently, for his generous support of NGOs and various pro-democracy organizations throughout Eastern Europe, recently wrote an essay for the New York Review of Books. In it, he called on Europe to spend $50 billion (yes, that’s billion with a B) bailing out Ukraine. More generally, Soros argued that Europeans need to realize that Ukraine isn’t just another emerging market and that their future depends on the success of Kiev’s current reform-minded government.

Ukraine President Quietly Meets George Soros, Signs Decree On New Wave of Mobilization!

Hoedt u dus voor deze geldwolf in schaapskleding!
Watch George Soros Babble about Putin’s Dream of a “New Russian Empire”

It’s painful, but watch it anyway!

The European Union vs. Russia: Talking Heads duurt 13 minuten.

De reden dat Soros de EU oproept om geld te verstrekken aan Oekraïne, is dat Oekraïne geld heeft geleend van Soros! Een kleine boa constrictor onder het groene gras van Soros is echter het feit dat Oekraïne ook schulden heeft aan Rusland. Deze zijn direct opeisbaar als de staatsschuld van Oekraïne hoger is dan 60% van het BNP. Dat is reeds ruim het geval! Als Europa $ 50 miljard aan Oekraïne zou “lenen”, dan kan Rusland eisen dat Oekraïne zijn schuld aan Rusland voldoet. Het smoesje van “dat hebben we niet” gaat dan niet op! Putin against Soros: Russia going after the EU Billions for Ukraine.

Just a few days after Angela Merkel cleared the way for 1.8 billion Euros of taxpayer money in credit for Arseny “Yats” Yatsenyuk, Russia has put forward its interest in the money: Moscow is contemplating calling in its loan to Kiev. Russia wants, with this chess move, in particular to push speculator George Soros into the parade.

Russia could use the EU payments to call in a loan which falls due at the end of January, and which Kiev cannot serve out of its own resources: Moscow could demand prompt payment of a hard three billion dollar loan to Ukraine. Ukraine has not met a number of conditions, according to the Russian press agency Ria-Novosti on Saturday, citing government sources. Under these circumstances, Russia would be forced to insist on earlier repayment.

Russia made the loans in December 2013, just a few months before the ouster of pro-Russian President of Ukraine Victor Yanukovich. The agreement was that Russia could demand prompt repayment any time the mass of Ukrainian debt passed 60% of its economic output. With the conflict in Eastern Ukraine, the economic situation has collapsed and this mark has been far surpassed. Putin has repeatedly put the EU on notice, that he expects them to be responsible for the indebtedness of Ukraine.

A few days back, Germany assigned a credit guarantee of half a billion Euros to Ukraine, to finance the reconstruction of East Ukraine. Since the visit of Arseny Yatsenyuk to Berlin, the Chancellor Angela Merkel turned on the green light for a further credit of 1.8 billion Euros through the EU. What Ukraine would do with the European taxpayer money is not prescribed.

The Russians may have brought into the idea not least, George Soros, who, for his part, has called upon the EU for Ukraine funding, so Ukraine can pay what it owes him.

Wie nog denkt dat het gaat om “Freedom and Democracy” komt bedrogen uit! Het gaat om geld, heel veel geld! Dat is ons belastinggeld, dus nu weet u waarvoor u zo hard werkt!

Toegift:
BOOM! George Soros Caught Funding Ferguson Protests with $33 Million to Spur Chaos!

Share and Enjoy:
  • NuJIJ
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Hyves
  • RSS
  • email

5 Reacties op “George Soros de geldwolf bezoekt Oekraïne”

Laat een reactie achter

Recente reacties