The New York Times, always reliably on the wrong side of every issue, always opposed to individual rights and freedom, is hitting Israel in this disgraceful and dishonest piece for opposing George Soros. It whitewashes his collaboration with the Nazis and praises him for funding J Street, which it calls “moderate.”
In reality, J Street is a front group to destroy Israel. J Street is a vile group that represents the a “Jewish perspective” reflected by “Jews” such as Noam Chomsky and Norman Finklestein.
Soros assisted the Nazis, so is it any wonder he wants to destroy the Jews? If at first you don’t succeed…
If you are unfamiliar with Soros’s actual past, remember that, as 60 Minutes reported in 2006, “While hundreds of thousands of Hungarian Jews were being shipped off to the death camps, George Soros accompanied his phony godfather on his appointed rounds, confiscating property from the Jews.”
I have long documented the malevolent activities of Soros’ evil empire all the way back to his Nazi youth, when he was confiscating the property of the Jews. Soros has said that helping the Nazis was “the happiest time of my life.”
Soros doesn’t just oppose the Israeli government, as the Times claims. He opposes Israel itself: DC Leaks Publishes George Soros’ Files Showing Millions Contributed to Anti-Israel Causes
“Israel’s War Against George Soros,” by Mairav Zonszein, New York Times, July 17, 2017 (thanks to Mark):
JAFFA, Israel — As a Holocaust survivor, a successful financier who embraces free market capitalism and a philanthropist who champions liberal democracy, George Soros should be a darling of the Israeli establishment. But Mr. Soros has failed the only litmus test that seems to count for Israel’s current leadership: unconditional support for the government, despite its policies of occupation, discrimination and disregard for civil and human rights.
For years Mr. Soros largely avoided Israel-related philanthropy, but he became involved in 2008 when he contributed to J Street, a moderate pro-Israel, pro-peace lobbying group based in Washington, after it was founded. Through his Open Society Foundations, Mr. Soros also contributes to the Israeli human rights organization B’Tselem and the anti-occupation group Breaking the Silence, which have been subjected to a growing delegitimization campaign by the Israeli government.
But Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, raised the stakes in this feud last week when his foreign ministry issued a statement that, in effect, backed a Hungarian government propaganda effort against Mr. Soros and joined its denunciation of him. This contradicted earlier remarks by Israel’s ambassador to Hungary, Yossi Amrani, who had expressed dismay at the $21-million billboard campaign by the ruling party of Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orban, that has targeted Mr. Soros for his support of services for refugees and immigrants. The poster campaign, which has also attracted explicitly anti-Semitic graffiti, “evokes sad memories but also sows hatred and fear,” said the ambassador, referencing the fate of Hungarian Jews in the Holocaust….