GEORGES SOROS ADMITTED HE FEARED HE COULD BE MAD. THE XERXES OF 2016?


According to an article published in the Los Angeles Times in 2004, George Soros admitted that he could be mad.

The article starts by quoting Soros’s megalomaniac fantasies of being god, but ends with Soros admitting he could be as mad as hatter.

“Next to my fantasies about being God, I also have very strong fantasies of being mad,” Soros once confided on British television. “In fact, my grandfather was actually paranoid. I have a lot of madness in my family. So far I have escaped it.”

http://articles.latimes.com/2004/oct/04/opinion/oe-ehrenfeld4

Sorry to give you the news directly here on this blog to you, George, (I know you follow my blog closely), but you have not escaped madness. You really are a nut. You really have lost all sight of reality as you and your minions Hillary Clinton and Alexander Van der Bellen try to steal elections and menace Donald Trump with assassination in full view of the US public, which voted by a landslide for Trump.

The Persian tyrant Xerves also overestimated himself when he tried to invade Greece with a gigantic army. He passed through Larisa, where I am, twice, according to Herodotus and other sources.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thorax_of_Larissa

The first time Xerxes marched through Larisa with his gigantic army, he was filled with the arrogant belief that he too was a kind of god because he was an emperor in a kingdom of slaves. He was determined to conquer not just Greece. No, he wanted to conquer and enslave all of Europe.

The second time, he passed Larisa fleeing with the remainder of his shattered army,  he was shocked and frightened, having to eat leaves and tree barks, travelling for 45 days to reach the bridge across the Hellespont only to find it burned down by the Athenians, who go there more quickly with their ships.

He had encountered free people who refused to be his slaves. The encounter totally bewildered him. Over and over again, he failed to read the signs. 

When Xerves reached the pass of Thermopylae and found out there were only 300 Spartans there because the rest of the province was attending the Olympic games and that those 300 Spartans were doing gymnastics and combing their hair, he thought to himself, conquering Greece would be a piece of cake.

But these things seemed to Xerxes to be wholly beyond belief; and he asked again the second time, “In what manner will these men, being so few, as we know them to be, fight with my great army?” says Herodotus.

After thousands of his men were killed by those few Spartans day after day, including his elite troops, he concluded that though there were many in his army, there were few real men. 

The Spartans were only overwhelmed after a local betrayed a pass over the mountain for money, and even then, they fought bravely.

And it got worse. Xerxes reached Athens to find the locals had taken to their ships and were out of his reach. The Greeks mounted an attack against his fleet at Salamis and defeated it too.

WHEN King Xerxes perceived what damage his ships had suffered he resolved that he would flee without delay to Persia. Yet, to hide this purpose, he made as if he would carry on the war, making a mound across the channel that is between Salamis and the mainland, and doing other things. But though he deceived others he did not deceive Mardonius,” writes Herodotus.

“After this Xerxes, leaving Mardonius in Thessaly, made for the Hellespont with all haste. In forty and five days he came to it, having but a small part of his army. These had laid their hands on all the corn in the countries through which they passed; and where corn was wanting they had devoured the bark and the leaves of all manner of trees, leaving nothing at all, so that many died of sundry diseases, and some were left behind [245] sick in the cities on the way. When they came to the Hellespont they found the bridges broken, and crossed over in ships as they best could. And many, when they had abundance of food and drink, using these without measure, so died,” Herodotus continues.

But at least Xerves had a real world, physical empire to flee back to, namely Persia. George Soros doesn’t have such empire. He has no where to go or escape to as the globe awakens to his crimes. He may find some welcome in few little city state hide outs like the Vatican and Mount Athos, Monaco or Liechtenstein. But otherwise he has nowhere to go. He can’t spend the rest of your life on a super yacht travelling between Sardinia, Corfu and Dubai.

Yet even though he has nowhere to flee, he persists in attacking the awakened US giant and trying to rob elections and get media he funds to call for the assassination of Trump in plain daylight.

Behind Trump are the US intelligence communities and military as well as the US public. Soros must be mad to think they will tolerate an electoral college coup or that he can engineer civil war. No, the US people will unite to find Soros and his cronies and bring them to justice.

The LA Times article.

It seems that Soros believes he was anointed by God. “I fancied myself as some kind of god …” he once 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 passage, Soros said, “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.”

Soros has proved that with the vast resources of money at his command he has the ability to make the once unthinkable acceptable. His work as a self-professed “amoral” financial speculator has left millions in poverty when their national currencies were devaluated, and he pumped so much cash into shaping former Soviet republics to his liking that he has bragged that the former Soviet empire is now the “Soros Empire.”

Now he’s turned his eye on the internal affairs of the United States. Today’s U.S., he writes in his latest book, “The Bubble of American Supremacy,” is a “threat to the world,” run by a Republican Party that is the devil child of an unholy alliance between “market fundamentalists” and “religious fundamentalists.” We have become a “supremacist” nation.

Despite his reputation as an international philanthropist, Soros remains candid about his true charitable tendencies. “I am sort of a deus ex machina,” Soros told the New York Times in 1994. “I am something unnatural. I’m very comfortable with my public persona because it is one I have created for myself. It represents what I like to be as distinct from what I really am. You know, in my personal capacity I’m not actually a selfless philanthropic person. I’ve very much self-centered.”

Soros was more succinct when he explained his life philosophy to biographer Michael Kaufman. “I am kind of a nut who wants to have an impact,” he said.

But the speculator’s visions don’t end there.

“Next to my fantasies about being God, I also have very strong fantasies of being mad,” Soros once confided on British television. “In fact, my grandfather was actually paranoid. I have a lot of madness in my family. So far I have escaped it.”

In his book, “Soros on Soros,” he says: “I do not accept the rules imposed by others…. And in periods of regime change, the normal rules don’t apply.” Clearly, Soros considers himself to be someone who is able to determine when the “normal rules” should and shouldn’t apply.

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