1/24/2012

Soros Gleefully Proclaims "Yes. Yes. Yes." That Occupiers Will Turn Violent

Posted by Brian
George Soros, who is reported to be one of the financiers behind the "Occupy"movements, is now proclaiming that the movement will turn violent. He predicts that the violence will result in a "clamp-down" on civil liberties. Historically, this is how many revolutions begin.  A small band of violent agitators, funded by rich progressives and supported by power-hungry elites in government, take to the streets and create chaos and violent unrest.  The majority then ask, no beg, the authorities to put a halt to the violence, which the elites are more than happy to do.  Police presence on the street, both civilian and military, become commonplace. It's all for the "common good", of course. A "State of Emergency" is announced. Martial law is enacted. A new dictatorship is born.
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George Soros on the Coming U.S. Class War

The situation is about as serious and difficult as I've experienced in my career.'

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You know George Soros. He’s the investor’s investor—the man who still holds the record for making more money in a single day’s trading than anyone. He pocketed $1 billion betting against the British pound on “Black Wednesday” in 1992, when sterling lost 20 percent of its value in less than 24 hours and crashed out of the European exchange-rate mechanism. No wonder Brits call him, with a mix of awe and annoyance, “the man who broke the Bank of England.”


Soros doesn’t make small bets on anything. Beyond the markets, he has plowed billions of dollars of his own money into promoting political freedom in Eastern Europeand other causes. He bet against the BushWhite House, becoming a hate magnet for the right that persists to this day. So, as Soros and the world’s movers once again converge on Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum this week, what is one of the world’s highest-stakes economic gamblers betting on now?
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