George Soros is playing a major role in enabling and orchestrating the Islamic invasion of Europe and North America and with it the social chaos and degradation that now threatens the very nature and survival of civilization across the globe. For him it’s somehow personal, having taken a lead advocacy and funding position and laid out his own six-step plan for the invasion to continue and grow. He argues for the unimpeded march to full Islamist domination of the planet, or at a minimum to the level that suits the achievement of whatever devious schemes of his are in the works.
He appears to recognize that the opposition to his destruction of our nation, our continents and whatever planetary harmony remains is building and identified the primary threats to his anti-American efforts. It’s not surprising that those he is targeting are among the leadership of the political outsiders, those he has no control over, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.
It’s ironic that the premise of his op-ed against rational self-defense and in support of submission to the invasion is predicated upon an insistence that we not give in to the instinct to survive. He admits that even he, the most pervasive of political predators could only stop himself from an urge to respond to the terrorist threat that he is creating by remembering that it must be irrational to follow the wishes of your enemies. He makes that ironic statement as a component of his effort to persuade us to do nothing; to simply wait to be victimized by the hordes of terrorists he and his UN, EU elitist comrades are pouring across the civilized West. Liberal Marxists seem to be blind to their hypocrisy or to at a minimum believe their victims are.
Soros is the enemy of free men everywhere. It’s almost laughable that he urges us to follow his wishes as he applauds not following his wishes. But it’s not funny. What he and his comrades are up to is quite serious and immensely threatening to our relatively peaceful civilized world. The fundamental change he promised through his surrogate Hussein Obama is upon us and we’re not going to like it.
ISIS supporters in the U.S. are focusing their energies on plotting jihad attacks here.
In a Monday op-ed published in The Guardian, Soros equated those who respond in a natural, survivalist manner to terrorism with the terrorists, offering up the nonsense that the only logical response to the murderous thugs he’s enlisting as his “agents of change” is to ignore them and hope they’ll grow tired of killing, raping, stealing and brutalizing their way to power.
Somehow that doesn’t seem like a viable option for continuing to enjoy a full and productive life, but Soros never claimed that our survival was a consideration. In fact he goes so far as to suggest that acting to save your life is an irrational response to fear.
He gets into a little psycho-analysis of the civilized world in the process, encouraging us to ignore the instinctive urge to survive in the interest of the greater, more enlightened, collective good. The Marxist would-be king of the world wrote:
Open societies are always endangered. This is especially true of America and Europe today, as a result of the terrorist attacks in Paris and elsewhere, and the way that America and Europe, particularly France, have reacted to them.
Jihadi terrorist groups such as Islamic State and al-Qaida have discovered the Achilles heel of our western societies: the fear of death. Through horrific attacks and macabre videos, the publicists of Isis magnify this fear, leading otherwise sensible people in hitherto open societies to abandon their reason.
Scientists have discovered that emotion is an essential component of human reasoning. That discovery explains why jihadi terrorism poses such a potent threat to our societies: the fear of death leads us and our leaders to think – and then behave – irrationally.
Science merely confirms what experience has long shown: when we are afraid for our lives, emotions take hold of our thoughts and actions, and we find it difficult to make rational judgments. Fear activates an older, more primitive part of the brain than that which formulates and sustains the abstract values and principles of open society.
The open society is thus always at risk from the threat posed by our response to fear. A generation that has inherited an open society from its parents will not understand what is required to maintain it until it has been tested and learns to keep fear from corrupting reason. Jihadi terrorism is only the latest example. The fear of nuclear war tested the last generation, and the fear of communism and fascism tested my generation.
The jihadi terrorists’ ultimate goal is to convince Muslim youth worldwide that there is no alternative to terrorism. And terrorist attacks are the way to achieve that goal, because the fear of death will awaken and magnify the latent anti-Muslim sentiments in Europe and America, inducing the non-Muslim population to treat all Muslims as potential attackers.
And that is exactly what is happening. The hysterical anti-Muslim reaction to terrorism is generating fear and resentment among Muslims living in Europe and America. The older generation reacts with fear, the younger one with resentment; the result is a breeding ground for potential terrorists. This is a mutually reinforcing, reflexive process.
The hysterical anti-Muslim reaction to terrorism is generating fear and resentment among Muslims in Europe and America
How can it be stopped and reversed? Abandoning the values and principles underlying open societies and giving in to an anti-Muslim impulse dictated by fear certainly is not the answer, though it may be difficult to resist the temptation. I experienced this personally when I watched the last Republican presidential debate; I could stop myself only by remembering that it must be irrational to follow the wishes of your enemies.
To remove the danger posed by jihadi terrorism, abstract arguments are not enough; we need a strategy for defeating it. The challenge is underscored by the fact that the jihadi phenomenon has been with us for more than a generation. Indeed, gaining a proper understanding of it may be impossible. But the attempt must be made.
Consider the Syrian conflict, which is the root cause of the migration problem that is posing an existential threat to the European Union as we know it. If it was resolved, the world would be in better shape. It is important to recognize that ISIS is operating from a position of weakness. While it is spreading fear in the world, its hold on its home ground is weakening. The United Nations Security Council has unanimously adopted a resolution against it, and the leaders of ISIS are aware that their days in Iraq and Syria are numbered.
Of course, the outlook for Syria remains highly uncertain, and the conflict there cannot be understood or tackled in isolation. But one idea shines through crystal clear: it is an egregious mistake to do what the terrorists want us to do. That is why, as 2016 gets underway, we must reaffirm our commitment to the principles of open society and resist the siren song of the likes of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, however hard that may be.
Since those siren songs are part of the human DNA and critical to our survival, it may be hard for people to choose tyranny and death over the songs of survival. Soros understands that lemmings who think and act in their own interests are no longer truly lemmings and only of limited usefulness to their masters.
His echoing of his UN/US comrade Hussein Obama’s claims that ISIS is operating from a position of weakness are intended to persuade us into complacency, to believe and accept their deception rather than the truth presented by our own “lying eyes” and rational thought.
His claim that everything is fine, we’re safe because the UN Security Council is on the job only serves to expose another aspect of the nature of his message, to build trust in the global government enemy as they work towards our destruction.
Soros is, in fact, helping to expand the level of trust on the part of the American people, but not in the way he intended. We’re increasingly more confident of the motivations of the very individuals he’s vilifying. They’re becoming more evident as being the few national leaders, aside from Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL), who truly have our best interest at heart. If George Soros is against Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, there’s a strong chance they are on the right side of things, that they are among the handful in our leadership who truly care about our future and the future of our nation.
His is a backhanded political endorsement we’ll be sure to make appropriate note of.
I’m Rick Wells – a conservative writer who recognizes that our nation, our Constitution and our traditions are under a full scale assault from multiple threats. I’m not PC; I call it like I see it. – Please “Like” me on Facebook, “Follow” me on Twitter or visit www.rickwells.us & www.truthburgers.com.