Infamous 60 Minutes Piece on Soros Emerges Online – Here are the highlights

Source: CorbettReport
James Corbett
November 21, 2016


You’ll no doubt remember the quotes from that 1998 60 Minutes piece on Soros from Episode 113 of The Corbett Report podcast. Well guess what? That clip actually emerged online this week. Let me walk you through a few of the highlights.

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2 thoughts on “Infamous 60 Minutes Piece on Soros Emerges Online – Here are the highlights”

  1. For explanation, not excuses, Soros grew up in a Jewish family that was agnostic at best, ethnic somewhat. His father spoke the language of globalism, Esperanto, and so did George. I am guessing that Esperanto was spoken much more than Hebrew. His name Schwartz was changed to Soros, which, in Espranto, means “soaring.” The evil committed against Jews was done while a teenager, no more than 15, and from the background just described. His college studies earned him a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science, both from the London School of Econmics, an institution devoted to global socialism, headquarters in England, of course. Rhodes scholarships at Oxford have similar objectives, a major one for Rhodes was to get those colonies back, especially the United States of America. Back to Soros, his intelligence was so great that he became immensely wealthy, and, like all socialists I know of, he used that wealth to attain all the power possible. I think that somehow market forces prevented him from being of much more help to his wealth than assistance to Haiti.

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