*TEXTUAL ANALYSIS SHOWS BILLIONAIRE GEORGE SOROS READS MY BLOG AND COPIED A POST
*EXTREMELY SIGNIFICANT CORRELATION IN CONTENT AND WORDS BETWEEN TWO ARTICLES BY MYSELF AND SOROS WHICH APPEARED WITHIN ONE DAY OF EACH OTHER
*PROOF OF PERSONAL AND DIRECT LINK OF SOROS TO MY BLOG
*SIGNIFICANT IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ONGOING INVESTIGATION INTO A MURDER ATTEMPT WHICH WAS MADE AGAINST ME PRECISELY BECAUSE OF MY BLOG POSTS?
He is America’s richest hedge funder billionaire; a member together with David Rockefeller and Bill Gates of the Good club, which met secretly in New York in a bid to curb world overpopulation, according to the Sunday Times. He is a big donor to Obama, the funder of countless NGOs, and an instigator of Colour Revolutions in Ukraine.
And he reads my blog. Now you’d think a man as rich and powerful as that wouldn’t have time to read a minor blog, even though blogs are often the tipping spear of investigative journalism today. But it turns out Soros not only reads my blog, he copies extensively from it.
A textual analysis of the article written by George Soros on 26th September in his role as columnist of Project Syndicate revealed striking similiarities in content and vocabulary to an article published on my birdflu666 blog.
Another correlation with my article is the time frame. Soros’ article appeared one day after mine on September 25th titled “The EU needs a radical approach to migrant crisis, camps in Saudi Arabia?”
Significant too is that Soros is not a prolific columnist. His article copying my own is only the third penned by him this year for Project Syndicate. The two other articles by him, published on January 12th and March 30th, focussed exclusively on the theme of the Ukraine.
Also, the last article was written six months earlier.
Soros’ “blog stalking” (for want of a better word) appears in the context of a criminal investigation odered by state prosecutor in Greece into a murder attempt made against me because of my blog posts. In this context, any evidence that suggests that Soros takes a personal and direct interest in my blog becomes significant.
My blog has this past year focussed on the role of Soros in what appears to be an orchestrated Ebola outbreak in West Africa, triggering an unnecessary public health emergency declaration by WHO. My blog has also touched on many other controversial events, such as the death of WHO spokesperson Glenn Thomas in the mysterious MH17 plane crash in the Ukraine.
That Soros is concerned about the speed with which information, which first appeared on my blog, has spread on the internet is clear. His Open Society Foundation tried to dismiss my reports as conspiracy theories in The Tampa Bay Times, one of America’s biggest selling newspapers.
“A spokeswoman for Soros’ Open Society Foundations also said it does not fund any labs, much less a bioweapons lab, in West Africa,” says the Tampa Bay.
Soros did not file defamation charges against me in spite of the fact these are serious allegations. He could not refute the fact that his foundation does have financial links to key personel, at the epicentre of the Ebola outbreak in Kenema. These links are significant because there were just a handful of scientists in the Kenema lab, most of them come from the US and with ties to the military. Bioweapons have been called the poor mans’ nuclear weapons for the very reason that they do just require a handful of people and a small amount of equipment. One of the biggest budget items is the cost for the scientists needed to be trained and to be employed.
Leading US bioweapons expert and academic Dr Francis Boyle has also said that he believes Ebola came from a biowarfare laboratory in Kenema, illustrating that reasonable people can reach the same conclusion.
Now, if a prominent figure is concerned by reports on the internet about them, but cannot file defamation charges over them (because of they are based on accurate reporting and are protected by the right to freedom of the press and speech), might that person not resort to more illegal methods to silence a critic? That person might resort to a murder attempt. This is just speculation, but it is warranted by the facts.
So, what are the facts?
First, a closer look at the Soros article and mine. Is there really a similiarity? Evidence of stalking?
I conducted a preliminary analysis of both texts to provide insights into the similarities between them. I would like to point out my analysis makes no claim to being exhaustive. There may even be minor errors: I am no mathematician.
Textual analysis tools are now widely available on the internet allowing for a systematic examination of texts and for the detection of plagiarism.
I used Text Analyzer, an free online tool, “which allows you to find the most frequent phrases and frequencies of words.”
Before I get into the results, it’s important to note that the two texts are well suited to such a comparative analysis. They are comparable in length and language (US English versus British English).
Some basic statistics about the two text. Soros article is 967 words or 46 sentences. That is about 30% longer than my text at 663 words or 30 sentences (minus the links)
The average words per sentence in both texts is more or less the same at 22 in my text and 21 in the Soros text.
But the similiarities do not end there.
A comparative analysis of the themes present shows that both articles focus on the need for the EU to develop a new policy to deal with sudden inflow of migrants from the Middle East, fleeing the devastation of wars.
The themes found in both articles were migrants, Middle East, Europe and EU, the need for a new EU policy. The key terms in both thems were guided by the similar theme.
The online analysis identified terms used in articles. A comparison showed that same terms appeared frequently.
A few terms were particularly prominent in both articles: “EU” “EU needs” “european” “Europe” “million(s)” “refugrees” or the cognate term preferred by Soros “asylum seekers”.
The results regarding the terms mentioned in both articles are as follows: “migrants” “EU” “EU needs” “european” “Europe” “million(s)” “refugrees” “asylum seekers” “cost(s)” “crisis” “countries” “centres/centers””plan””security””needed””needs””region””special””border(s)””processing”humane” “qualify””dangerous””financial “possible” “Greece.”
Furthermore, where I use the term “Middle East” to designate a region, Soros refers to specific countries such Turkey, Lebanon, Syria. So, he is referencing the same concept, but using different vocabulary.
Likewise, where I argue the “EU needs”, Soros uses also related terms “EU should” and the “EU must”.
One expression was a matching verbatim text of five words, namely the phrase “in a safe and orderly”, which even occured in the same context of the transport of migrants. The sixth word in the phrase in the Soros text is “way”, and it is a synonym of the sixth word in my text, which is “manner”.
Significant is that the words that occur prominently in the two texts are not commonly used.
I searched for their frequency using databases such as Wikitionary.
“European” for example is ranked only 2191 in the frequency rank.
So, terms which are very uncommon in the language as a whole appear often in both texts. This is true at least when it comes to the portion laying out the argument for a change in policy.
There are significant divergences between the text when it comes to the policy recommendations itself.
My article contains information pertinent to Soros himself which is omitted by Soros in his article. He follows a different goal, the goal of persuading European governments to allocate gigantic sums to funding the refugees, sums which could overburden national budgets at a time of a debt crisis, caused largely by our system of the private creation of money.
Significance for my court case
To sum up, I used Text Analyzer to search for terms that appeared in the articlesof myself and Soros, compared those terms and their frequency. I also used other databases to determine the frequency of those terms in the language of a whole. The results of this analysis and other aspects of my analysis above strongly suggest a correlation which can only be explained by copying.
This close copying of my blog texts suggests the notion that Soros stalks my blog. By that I mean, he reads it frequently, frequently enough to write a similar article in terms of content and words and even lift verbatim expressions of five words within one day. It is reasonable to conclude from his copying effort that he also takes the content of my blog seriously, seriously enough to focus on the same themes, albeit giving a different policy recommendation twist. At the same time, he is selective when it suits him, carefully omitting any mention of his own role in the migrant crisis. He uses his article not so much to deliver an objective analysis of the situation. Ultimately, he is arguing for a policy change that highly likely will result in significant profits for him, either directly or indirectly. His recommendations will, at the very least, result in a greater debt burden for Europe and hedge funds such as his own and other vulture funds are famous for exploiting a nation’s debt.
This stalking appears in the context of an ongoing criminal investigation by the Greece’s police into a murder attempt made against me in April precisely on account of my blog posts.
Obviously, Soros would have a strong motivation to silence me. He also has the means by activating his extensive, existing network in Greece to influence the person who ultimately carried out the act, Theodekti Vallianatou, either directly or indirectly. One suspect would be the brother of Theodekti Vallianatou, Grigoris Vallianatos, a mainstream media journalist, politician and a graduate of the London School of Economics, according to Theodekti. Soros is also a graduate of the London School of Economics and strongly supports the university and alumni networks.
This is all speculation at this point, based albeit on a significant body of evidence. Only a detailed police investigation can get to the bottom of the truth.
Below are the detailed analysis of the two texts by the online tool Text Analyzer.
First, the Soros text results.
Free software utility which allows you to find the most frequent phrases and frequencies of words. Non-English language texts are supported. It also counts number of words, characters, sentences and syllables. Also calculates lexical density.
Number of characters (including spaces) : 5912
Number of characters (without spaces) : 4794
Number of words : 967
Lexical Density : 45.5016
Number of sentences : 46
Number of syllables : 1659 Read the rest of this entry »