Saturday, November 1, 2008

Yes, He Can!

Over the last few weeks we've asked a number of our correspondents tongue in cheek, how do you spell Soros backwards, and would he be able to trigger a financial crisis all by himself?

Surprisingly, the intrepid investigator Cliff Kincaid of Accuracy in Media now seems to be answering that question in the affirmative: Yes, he can!

In other words, this may after all look like a conspiracy to get candidate Obama elected on a platform of "the Dems own this economy, stupid"?

With Joe "the Mouth" Biden making headlines with his "generated crisis" for a President Obama, is the financial collapse a coincidence, only six weeks before the election, when John McCain was leading in the polls, and appearing to be on his way to a election victory?

"The crisis was man-made", states Kincaid boldly.

Let's start at the bottom and then read "Who’s Behind the Economic Collapse?" top down, keeping in mind the very personal vow taken by the Anti Christ of Haute Finance, to defeat Bush in 2004 — with every penny if necessary ... (Malkin pulls a number of threads in the tarantula's web) ...

(...) A hedge fund operator such as George Soros, who was convicted of insider trading in France, is known to make money from the collapse of national economies and currencies. Labeled “The Man who broke the Bank of England” because of his financial activities against the British currency, he is said to be on a witness list of hedge fund operators that will be called to testify before Congress next month―probably after the election. (...)

Soros insists that one contributing factor to the crisis was the lack of financial regulation. But he takes advantage of the lack of those regulations. Indeed, as I reported back in 2005, one Soros company was a member of the Managed Funds Association, which describes itself as “the global voice for the hedge fund industry” and was actively fighting an SEC proposal to impose more regulation on hedge-fund managers.

The ranking of top hedge fund earners for 2007 shows John Paulson of Paulson & Co. at $3.7 billion and George Soros of Soros Fund Management at $2.9 billion.

Is there anybody in the media willing to question Soros about how he made that money? And whether it came at the expense of the American people? (...)

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