Executive Intelligence Review
This article appears in the April 3, 2009 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

Soros Declares Himself a Fascist—Again

by Nancy Spannaus and Anton Chaitkin

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March 27—Speaking as a key witness at a March 25 hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the global implications of the financial crisis, British agent and dope-pusher George Soros once again exposed himself as the fascist he is. Asked to sum up the situation at the conclusion of the hearing, Soros said: The crisis is very serious. This is a genuine collapse of the financial system not seen since the 1930s. And the lessons of the 1930s are summed up in John Maynard Keynes' 1936 book, The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money.

Thus, Soros demanded the adoption of a Keynesian policy—specifically, the fascist policy which Keynes championed against President Franklin Delano Roosevelt at Bretton Woods, and which Keynes openly admitted was "much better adapted to the conditions of a totalitarian state...." As a recent blockbuster video by LaRouche PAC dramatized, Keynes spent a good deal of the 1944 Bretton Woods conference lobbying to protect the Nazi-supporting Bank for International Settlements, in direct conflict with the Roosevelt Administration. On top of that, Keynes's own monetary proposals—for massive money pumping and a universal currency run by a de facto one-world government—are fascist in themselves.

Today, Soros, along with his British cohorts Lord Mark Malloch-Brown and Prime Minister Gordon Brown, are on a non-stop campaign to push for adoption of a new Keynesian policy, if possible, by the time of the G20 summit in London April 2. In his Senate testimony, Soros pushed for a massive issuance of IMF Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), and money-printing in general. The next day he appeared at a conference of the Washington-based New America Foundation, again promoting a huge expansion of SDRs as a global money pool, in the spirit of Keynes, and endorsed the creation of a new global reserve currency to replace the U.S. dollar.

Utilizing his ill-gotten speculative gains, Soros is also attempting to create the semblance of mass support for British monetary policy—specifically, the bailout of the bankrupt banks (called "nationalization") in a new, even more globalized system. His front groups are calling for mass protests around the U.S., on April 11.

Fascism Redux

Neither Keynes nor Soros makes any bones about the fact that they are of the fascist persuasion. In addition to being a confirmed eugenicist and imperialist (his reason for demanding a single world currency was to obliterate nation-states), Keynes wrote a preface to the 1937 German edition of his General Theory, in which he admitted that his approach was "better adapted" to the Nazi state.

As for Soros, his training at the hands of the Nazi occupiers of Hungary is paying off. He has no shame in embracing Keynesian Nazi policies, just as he has no shame for the crimes he committed, as a terrified teenager collecting loot from his fellow Jews. "Someone had to do it," is his refrain. "And I would say, that's when my character was made."

Indeed. Soros is finding his current role of attacking the U.S. currency, and demanding a new global regime, in which the speculative banks are bailed out, and populations crushed to pay their debts, "very stimulating," as he told the Australian News on March 24. "It is, in a way, the culminating point of my life's work," he told the paper, after bragging that he expects to "get a hearing" in Washington these days.

Billionaire Soros's remarks today are eerily similar to those he made in the introduction he wrote to his father's book: "It is a sacreligious thing to say, but these ten months [of the Nazi occupation] were the happiest times of my life."

Will American patriots finally move to stop this dope-pushing Nazi, before he gets a chance to create millions more victims today?

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