A recently uncovered video clip featuring billionaire liberal activist George Soros speaking with “60 Minutes” host Steve Kroft reveals just how sinister he truly happens to be.
What Happened? On Dec. 20, 1998, Soros sat down with Kroft for an interview during which he spoke of his experiences as a Hungarian Jew who escaped the Holocaust by posing as a Christian.
“I was 14 years old, and I would say that’s when my character was made … that one should think ahead, one should understand and anticipate events,” he said of his experiences watching his friends be shipped off to Nazi death camps.
Kraft next asked whether reports that he and his “protector” — a Nazi soldier who tried to shield him from death by claiming Soros was his adopted grandson — “went out and helped in the confiscation of property from the Jews” should concern everyone.
“Yes, that’s right,” Soros admitted without a trace of remorse.
“That sounds like the kind of experience that would send someone to the psychiatrist’s couch for many years,” Kraft then rightfully noted. “Was it difficult?”
“No, not at all,” Soros replied while laughing and smiling.”Not at all. Maybe as a child, you don’t see the connection. But it created no problem at all.”
I’m sorry, but what?
Listen to the disturbing back-and-forth exchange below:
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What Does This Mean? It’s tough to say, though one thing that seems certain is that Soros’ replies were not remotely normal. Nor did the abnormality stop there.
Consider how he replied when Kroft asked him whether he felt guilt about just “watching” his friends and others be sent to their deaths:
Well, of course, I could be the one on the other side, I could be the one from home the thing is being taken away. But there was no sense that I shouldn’t be there. Eh, that was, in a funny way, it’s just like in markets, that if I weren’t there, if I wasn’t doing it, somebody else would be taking it way anyhow, whether I was there or not. I was only a spectator. The property was going to be taken away.
Not only did he assist the Nazis with confiscating Jewish property, but he apparently felt zero remorse about it. Nor did he experience any mental or spiritual anguish from watching others be taken to their deaths.
Why Is This Relevant? George Soros is practically a synonym for progressivism, in that every iota of liberalism seen in politics, in the press, on college campuses, etc. can be traced back to him. So the fact that the man behind liberalism espouses such a deranged outlook regarding his experiences watching people be taken to their deaths is disturbing, to say the least.
Will This Video Affect Politics? Of course not. The liberal media will likely just ignore it. And even if it were to go viral, the media would just spin it somehow, someway. Still, it’s good to be informed and be aware of the evil inherent in liberalism and the man behind it.