Financial heavyweight George Soros is a renegade lacking honor that the king he believes himself to be should have. He’s crashed markets of entire nations without a shred of remorse for the social implications of his actions. Claiming access to arcane economic insight that others don’t have, he’s played this game his entire life, beginning with the management of stolen Jewish assets for the Hungarian Fascists — the same breed of people our grandfathers fought on European soil.
He and his entourage of adoring supporters — such as House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, Senator Elizabeth Warren, and Congressional Progressive Caucus co-chairman Keith Ellison — are meeting in Washington’s Mandarin Oriental for three days, an aristocratic affair where the Common Man they so pretend to fight for couldn’t hope to attend.
According to the documents acquired by POLITICO’s sources, the Democratic Party is licking their wounds from the “cataclysm of Election Day” and reforming their strategy to oppose the future Trump administration in any way they possibly could. Soros, of course, is the brawn behind the strategy. It’s a fight the old soldier knows well, and a hunger for legacy keeps his name fresh. As General MacArthur lamented, “Old soldiers never die; they just fade away.”
A glance at the agenda procured by POLITICO shows the frantic, defeated state of the inner Party’s movers and shakers. The very first sentence for the “Partner Organized Caucus Meetings (continued)” on page four reads: “How did the media fail us?” One of two things can be derived from this: Either the strategy of the Democratic Party relied entirely on polls which were untrustworthy or downright engineered to sway public opinion or demoralize Trump voters, or the media didn’t do their appointed job in winning the election for Hillary Clinton. Whichever the reason — likely a combination of the two — the inherent disconnect between the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton, her supporters, and the rest of the country cannot be stressed enough.
A few more snippets from the agenda:
- “Engaging Millennials and Generation Z is a progressive priority and critical to our democracy’s long-term health.” This proves how critical it is for the Right to engage these two generations. The opposition is doing it, and they have the upper hand.
- “2017 will be a year for unprecedented opportunity in pursuing political, cultural, and policy changes designed to bring women to true equality. Following the plenary earlier on gender, this workshop will be a roll-up-your-sleeves discussion on a plan for progress in the next year. Featured will be a proposed collaboration to call out sexism and racism when they stand in the way of our important policy goals.” Whenever meaningful discussions on race, gender, sex, or immigration arise, they will — as they always do — shame, ridicule, and berate their opponents into silence once they voice an opinion that deviates from a standard the Left has forcibly established on all sociopolitical discourse. Expect more accusations of racism and sexism towards Republicans as the GOP, with time, embraces the President-elect.
- “The biggest changes in domestic policy usually come in a new president’s first year, and now, not only is the Affordable Care Act endangered, but the safety net itself faces its gravest threat in half a century. This caucus will examine the policy landscape from health and poverty to immigration and taxes — and how to fight back.” More of the same. Even before Trump has taken the oath of office, an ideological, not practical, resistance has been firmly established within powerful circles of the Left. In the aftermath of Trump’s pledge to not touch the same-sex marriage-ensuring Obergefell v. Hodges decision, there will be an organized resistance against the incoming administration, fully equipped by the Democratic apparatus. Such a movement will conveniently forget that President-elect Trump was the first developer to hire a female lead foreman for the construction of a skyscraper. Indeed, the myth of misogyny deepens, a narrative which evolved beside the constant media coverage of Kellyanne Conway and Ivanka Trump. Willing to keep certain key clauses of the Affordable Care Act, Trump still draws unrelenting ire from his opponents. The left-wing media’s response to the President-elect’s desires are contradictory to the principles they promote, and we can only expect this hawkish coverage to intensify as the Democratic Party prepares for war.
Democracy Alliance takes the low road when given ample opportunity to celebrate successful individuals from “marginalized groups” such as Kellyanne Conway, Ben Carson, the less-popular Jaime Herrera Beutler, and other Americans who belong to social strata they pretend to protect but nonetheless aren’t Democrats. To do so would reject a false-yet-powerful narrative of oppression which the Democrat Party has used to recruit supporters, exploiting characteristics such as race, gender, and sexual orientation by framing any group right of center-left as hostile towards racial minorities, women, and the LGBT agenda. Yet the Democratic means of survival not only work, but they also make canon the far-left outlook on American conservatism; they create the environment of fear and paranoia in which only they can survive. The wacky accusations of Fascism against Trump and the Republican Party are easily dispelled with a few minutes of research, yet those who, for example, fell into emotional fits on election night willingly wear the Progressive wool over their own eyes.
If the likes of Democracy Alliance sincerely cared for the American People, then George Soros, a man who’s put potentially millions in developing countries out of work due to his irresponsible financial decisions, would not be a headlining name at this inflammatory event. Soros, though, advocates for open borders, free migration, and various other Progressive ideals not because he is a Democrat, but because the contemporary Party are his allies in the environment of political terror. In his involvement with Democracy Alliance, he is rubbing elbows with those who share an agenda quite similar to his. In this anti-American endeavor, he finds himself in good company.
If you aren’t familiar with the life and reputation of George Soros, let this 13-minute documentary, recently uncovered by reddit user TRMP_TRAIN, tell you all about him. After all, the damning bits are come straight from his own mouth.
— J.S. Marino