It’s Not just Russians Who Jigger with Elections

As someone who was red-pilled sometime ago (and who has a prescription for black pills at the ready in the medicine cabinet), it warms my heart to realize that the Satanic minions on the Left are not as confident or as powerful as we often give them credit for.

Oh sure, they’ve done a heckuva lot of damage. The United States today would be unrecognizable to the likes of our Founding Fathers. Even more modern liberals like Woodrow Wilson, FDR and Hubert Humphrey would be appalled at what passes for liberalism today. So complete is the nihilist program that it’s only a matter of time before the jihadists take over (with the approval of the intellectual classes by the way).

Still, all is not lost. In fact, I have a sneaking suspicion that the Left has overplayed their hand. They usually do. Thomas Paine, the pre-eminent liberal of the American Revolution who became so enamored of the French Revolution that he decided to move there and help them, almost lost his head during the Reign of Terror. (Were it not for James Monroe, our Minister to France at the time, he would have most assuredly perished.) Communism was the wave of the future as far as Western intellectuals were concerned, until Lenin displayed his barbarous nature when he killed the Tsar and his family soon after taking power. Hitler used democratic processes to become Chancellor and things were going swimmingly for him until he decided to pull a Napoleon and invade Russia.

See what I mean? Always with the overreach.

And in America, we were told that all would be milk and honey if only we made it legal for homosexuals to settle down and get married. That was five years ago and now we have men pretending to be women beating up real women in the Octagon and mothers castrating their seven-year-old boys because they want them to be girls. I’m sorry, but as a liberal in the classical, Jeffersonian understanding of that term, I didn’t sign up for any of this. I rather doubt that the majority of people reading these words did either.

Anyway, where was I? Ah yes: all is not rosy on the left side of the spectrum. It seems to me that George Soros, the very stereotype of the Bond villain, is worried that things aren’t going the right way. Please take the time to read the following column below.

And continue to hope. (Spoiler alert: the good guys win in the end!)


George Soros panics, begs Europeans to prevent EU from dissolving like Communist Russia

In a hyperbolic opinion piece published Tuesday, the pro-abortion globalist from Budapest claims Europe is currently facing an “inflection point” and experiencing a “revolutionary moment.”

Among other concerns, Soros warns that Europe is “sleepwalking into oblivion” and if nationalist politicians are victorious in the upcoming May elections for the European Parliament, “the dream of a united Europe could become a 21st-century nightmare.”

Soros has long been the subject of criticism from conservatives and pro-life advocates due to his immense liberal influence on world politics.

In recent years, he has been linked to radical organizations like Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter, and Antifa. During the 2016 presidential election, he was one of Hillary Clinton’s largest donors. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has accused him of being the driving force behind Muslim migration into Europe. Soros has also directly and indirectly interfered in the domestic affairs of Ukraine, Romania, Poland, Colombia, Hungary, Ireland, and the United States, among others.

The 88-year-old’s activism so infuriated actor James Woods last October that the Hollywood veteran called him “satanic” for having “undermined the stability of Western democracies.”

In his widely-read essay, Soros blames everything from populist movements in Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, and elsewhere to feckless EU leadership, Brexit, and “an outdated party system in most European countries” for creating what he calls a period of “radical disequilibrium.”

“It is difficult to see how the pro-European parties can emerge victorious from the election in May unless they put Europe’s interests ahead of their own,” the billionaire opines.

“The first step to defending Europe from its enemies, both internal and external, is to recognize the magnitude of the threat they present. The second is to awaken the sleeping pro-European majority and mobilize it to defend the values on which the EU was founded.”

Religious institutions such as the Catholic Church have not been immune to Soros’ political machinations either.

WikiLeaks emails reveal Soros spent $650,000 to influence Pope Francis’ September 2015 visit to the United States with the goal of having more American bishops “publicly voice support of economic and racial justice” issues.

Soros has also financed liberal, dissent groups like Catholics for ChoiceCatholics in Alliance for the Common Good, and Catholics United.

Daniel McAdams, executive director of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, told LifeSiteNews Soros is worried because he has spent billions of dollars to create a Europe that is free from national identity, religious values, and directly elected government and is now seeing his investment fall flat.

“Meddling in internal affairs and undermining national sovereignty have been two pillars of the worldwide Soros movement, including in the U.S.,” McAdams says. The possibility of the EU being dismantled has left Soros “depressed and desperate.” [Editor’s note: undermining national sovereignty is the goal of the Phanar as well.]

“The lesson is that even billions of dollars cannot change human nature. History can be temporarily shaped by such figures as Soros and indeed the post-communist era particularly for Europe could definitely be considered the Soros era. But all of that is coming apart.”

McAdams also believes the strong support for Soros’ “arch-enemy,” Christian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in Hungary, is a particular “nightmare” for him, as is the resurgence of Catholic politicians in Poland, the “rebirth” of Christianity in Russia, and the growth of pro-national sovereignty movements in France and Italy.

During an interview with the Washington Post in June 2018, Soros said that in regards to Donald Trump being elected president, “everything that could go wrong has gone wrong.” Such antipathy is perhaps expected considering Soros donated more than $25 million to Democrat politicians during the 2016 election cycle and given that during his presidency, Donald Trump has aligned the U.S. with nationalist movements in Europe while repeatedly railing against open borders and what he calls “the false song of globalism.

Soros, who turns 89 in August, is the founder of the nefarious grant-giving Open Society Foundations, an organization which claims to support humanitarian and democratic initiatives around the world but in reality foments social discord by puppeteering globalist politiciansprovoking riots, spreading progressive ideas, and pouring money into abortion groups.

Soros made his fortune as a stock market speculator, pocketing more than £1 billion in one day by short selling the British pound on September 16, 1992.


  1. Soros defends his profiting from the damage he does by claiming that, if it wasn’t him that did it, it would be somebody else. Not even Goering was crass enough to use that ‘excuse’ at Nuremberg.

    • George Michalopulos says

      I’m glad you brought that point up, Brendan.  

      At the end of the day, Soros and his machinations are what we can expect from atheism.  After all, “if there is no God, all is permitted” (Dostoevsky).

      In my darker ruminations, I wish we had a cabal of Christian governments that could arrest, imprison and even execute international financiers who engage in speculation to the detriment of ordinary people.  Perhaps “short-selling” or betting against a currency can be seen for what it is –theft, pure and simple.  

      As such, why anyone would consider Soros to be anything other than a thief (or at best a big-time embezzler) is beyond me.

      • George, if we question and resist the globalist farce of ‘climate change,’ we’re climate deniers.
        If we question and resist their revolutionary gender and racial politics, we’re homophobic, transphobic, and cisgender racists.
        If we question bolshevism and communism in the early and middle 20th century, resisting globalism as ‘international communism,’ citing their capture of big tech and Hollywood, we might be labeled anti-Semitic and risk losing careers and families. Similarly, if we follow these threads to the ideology and politics behind Soros and his cohorts, according to the ADL, we’re somehow anti-Semitic :
        And yet, we’re not ‘climate deniers.’ We’re not ‘homophobic, transphobic, and cisgender racists.’ And we’re not ‘anti-Semitic,’ obviously. We’re Orthodox Christians entrusted by Christ to defend the Church and her people.

        • George Michalopulos says

          Well said. How anybody can defend miscreants like Soros or shield him from answering for his deeds because of his ethnicity is beyond me.

          • George I can recall the day when sterling crashed in 1992. And how Soros was hate Figure no one in Uk.  When he first came to my attention. And the impossibility of paying  a 20% mortage rate on my then London home. 
            Truly evil man. Mind u I don’t hold out any better opinion for some others too. 

      • Could it be that Soros actively wishes to destroy Christian Civilisation? If that is what he actually intended, it would be hard to think of more effective ways to use his money than he has been doing up until recently [until Brexit, Orban, Trump etc came along]..

  2. “One man with a computer can steal more than a thousand men with guns,” [with apologies to The Godfather].

  3. Merle Clondike says

    A decade ago some Austrians published mathematical techniques to detect voter fraud in Russia and Africa. When these were presented to a prominent conservative journalist of Catholic Hungarian roots, he insisted there was no voter fraud in America. 

  4. Steven J. M. says

    “The lesson is that even billions of dollars cannot change human nature…”
    It’s comments (and experiences) like these that provoke globalists and technocrats towards transhumanism, or the melding of man with machine. The possibilities for mind control in this area are frightening. 
    That said, humans are so complicated that I suspect that simply strapping or implanting bits here and there couldn’t possibly work without serious problems. 
    It’s a shame that this wouldn’t stop the technocrats etc. from trying. 

  5. Michael Bauman says

    Soros is/was a Nazi collaborator against fellow Jews. He is the true anti-semite.  

    • Antiochene Son says

      No, he’s just willing to crack the skulls of a few fellow Jews for the sake of the greater good as he sees it. (Which would be the destruction of Christendom and global hegemony of Soros’ people.)

  6. He is a Sorosite. No more. No less.

  7. Michael Bauman says

    Perhaps a Gollem?

    • “Gollem?”
      What a magnificent conflation
      of ‘Golem’ and ‘Gollum’;
      and truly apt for the man.
      I wish I had coined that.

  8. Heterosexuals still vastly outnumber lbgt, who have a sex drive just as strong as gays.God
    gave it to us.

    • Antiochene Son says

      Heterosexuals do, but the proliferation of birth control has rendered most heterosexual relations as barren as that of gays.
      Once upon a time, all Christendom—including Protestants and Orthodox—rejected the thwarting of God’s first command to mankind, but today Christendom is literally committing suicide. (Thank God, my fairly small parish has over a dozen families with 4+ children, so we may yet take back our future.)

  9. Just read an interesting piece by Rod Dreher. He offers some talking points with a new blog titled, “Is US Orthodoxy Going-Pro-Gay?’

    To quote:

    There’s a liberal website called Orthodoxy In Dialogue, which is exactly what you think it is. A couple of weeks ago, there appeared a controversial essay from an Antiochian Orthodox priest in Wichita, which is known for being a conservative jurisdiction. In the essay, Father Aaron Warwick calls for the liberalization of Orthodox pastoral practice regarding homosexuality. An Orthodox reader e-mailed the piece to me, with real dismay. This paragraph from the Warwick essay caused me to do a double-take:

    In reality, I believe we should also accept that, like most heterosexuals, most homosexuals will find lifelong abstinence to be impracticable. In such cases, it is my strong conviction that we should encourage homosexuals to find a lifelong partner. While I understand this offends the sensibility of many Orthodox Christians, I again point to how our Church has dealt with the sin of divorce and remarriage. Namely, we do not enforce the strict legal and scriptural injunctions of our Church; rather, we act in a pastoral manner, allowing people an opportunity to continue working out their salvation within the Church. We never ask a remarried individual to eventually, some day leave their new spouse so their sin will not persist. We simply recognize this person needs compassion and a chance to do as well as they possibly can. Furthermore, we realize that the best way to encourage this is for an individual to belong to some form of community that requires mutual submission and the restriction of one’s sexual life to focus on no more than one person.

    You can find the link here for the rest of the story,

    • Michael Bauman says

      Bp Basil reprimanded this priest.  

      • Is reprimanding (=official disapproval) enough to teach a lesson and discourage repetition by another priest?

        • Michael Bauman says

          Ioannis, of course not, but it is light years better than saying nothing at all. The priest’s scheduled elevation to archpriest was canceled too. His parish had to send out notices that the banquet to be held at that time was not going to happen.

          I have yet to talk to any of the folks I know at that parish, but I suspect they are not pleased at what their priest did including some that have real clout within the Archdiocese.

          The priest should have known better but he was a disciple of a Greek priest who taught the Bible at St. Vlad’s who was ousted for his rather creative teaching to say the least.

          The really sad part is that he could have been a really fine leader for St. Mary’s. One they need and frankly deserve. Over the last 35 years they have had one implosion after another in their priests. Out of the six they have had in that time, only two (counting this one) are still active in the priesthood and none of them were old. Yet, the community still prospers as far as I can tell.

          I pray for them.

          • Priests shouldn’t be elevated on a schedule. We say ‘Axios,’ not ‘about time.’ Elevation should be based on worthiness and, in this priest’s case, I would hope than any elevation is preceded by sincere repentance and not some kind of ‘my bishop told me to’ kind of apology.

            • Michael Bauman says

              Basil, we will see. He is here in town with Bp. Basil. This event will raise scrutiny of him. It is know that Bp. Basil expects a lot from his clergy but also backs them up. For now, the elevation to archpriest is on hold.

              It is on hold precisely because a public axios is required and right now, he does not have it.

              I intend to talk with Fr. Aaron myself in accord with the Biblical command.

        • I think it depends on the priest.
          Some are amenable to learning from the errors of others,
          some are not.

  10. George Michalopulos says

    Well, well, well. Looks like The Savior of the Democrat Party is gonna spend the rest of his life in the pokey. Didn’t someone, somewhere say that whenever the Dems pick up a stone to throw at Trump they get hit in the head?

    It couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy.