George Soros: 'I Am A God, I Created Everything, I Control America
Globalist George Soros gets a lot of attention recently. In an interview with the British Independent, he admitted that he probably had a "bit" of a Messiah fantasy.
George Soros admits he felt like "some kind of God." Now in his eighties, he's less worried about keeping his need for control in check, saying instead he "began to live it out." He's certainly put a lot of his ideas into action.
Soros supports a variety of liberal and progressive causes and is unafraid to speak out about them.
I fancied myself as some kind of god …” he wrote. “If truth be known, I carried some rather potent messianic fantasies with me from childhood, which I felt I had to control, otherwise they might get me in trouble.
“ When asked by Britain’s Independent newspaper to elaborate on that statement, Soros doubled down: “It is a sort of disease when you consider yourself some kind of god, the creator of everything, but I feel comfortable about it now since I began to live it out.
His calls for democracy and participation in society have drawn criticism because he specifically includes people of color, immigrants, refugees and Muslims. Muslim immigration to the US and European countries is a constant worry too many, hence the alleged role George Soros has taken on for them as a symbol and scapegoat.
It is clear that he is using his money to force countries to accept Muslim immigrants and to open up their borders. His goals of increasing "democratic" participation are seen more and more as the drive to recruit leftist voters. “The following four goals form the scaffolding of U.S. Programs’ work,” the guidestates. “1. An American democracy strengthened through increased meaningful participation, inclusive practice, and accountability.
” The third strategic goal expands upon this, calling for “Full political, economic, and civic participation of immigrants and communities of color by dismantling the barriers and strengthening the conduits to opportunity.” He argues for a globalist elite approach to problems like the refugee crisis, saying every country should accept responsibility to help and asking the UN to take the lead in distributing the responsibility.
To Europeans who would prefer closed borders, this is as good as asking for an invasion. Muslim migration “has been the biggest engine of demographic growth in the EU as a whole since the mid-1990s,” a report issued by the EU’s Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development states. “It is about to become the only one.” There is weak substance to these complaints, even though they probably overestimate Soros and his powers.
It is true that marginalized people if they are successfully included in democracy, are probably more likely to vote for liberal candidates.