George Soros rears his Ugly Head Again

When he does that we know he is trying to damage the interests of the United States.
His latest adventure is written up in a New York Post article by Charles Hurt. This man is behind a lot of our ills and a lot of the nasty anti conservative websites.  Read this and believe it.
Eco Vulture has a Bone to Pick

COPENHAGEN — George Soros arrived on the scene here yesterday to once again save us from ourselves. (note all emphasis by Rockport Conservative)
The guy has tons of money and has no doubt whatsoever that global warming is cooking the planet and that it’s all the fault of human industry and innovation.
But, as usual, he wants you and me paying for this boondoggle. Not surprising from a guy like Soros, who has never created anything.
It’s almost like “Revenge of the Nerds.” Only now, when all the rules of nature are suspended to accommodate quack science, can all the losers finally sink their loser teeth into all the great inventors and imaginers who built the car engine, fed the world, saved millions of lives and made the world better for just about everyone alive.
George Soros has always been a vulture sitting on the sidelines of all this great creation. (best line in the article)
Now, it’s important not to belittle the value of vultures. There is good reason federal law protects the scavengers of road kill. They are willing to dine on the carrion the rest of us would rather not touch.
Likewise, Soros bets on the collapse of currencies and makes out huge.
But nowhere in nature do vultures step forward and demand to be treated like sweet-voiced canaries to be kept in your living room only to void their vile diet all over civilized people.
Soros is the Larry Flynt of finance. Yet, somehow, he manages to get invited to all the big parties, whether he’s lobbying to tax into oblivion small business owners and family farmers in America or to punish industrious countries everywhere for all their mighty advancements.
Yesterday’s con was all about the money — it’s always about the money — rich countries paying poor countries to cope with all this global warming that UN scientists have so much trouble proving actually exists.
Soros’ idea is that the International Monetary Fund would “loan” huge amounts of money — $100 billion — to impoverished countries at highly advantageous rates.
In the unlikely event of a default, the loan would be backed by IMF gold reserves. But no need to talk about that because, really, does anybody think Bangladesh might possibly fail to meet its obligations or do anything dishonorable, like skip out on the bill?
Here’s an idea, George: Why don’t you back the loans yourself and let Americans and hard, imaginative workers everywhere get back to work improving the planet?

Charles Hurt has really called it on George Soros, my sentiments exactly.  What a scoundrel.

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