When I say George Soros is one of our Ancient Friends, weight your considerations heavily toward the former. The 85 year-old shambling necrosis seems at this point to be powered less by known biological processes than sheer anti-western antipathy. While most men his age are content to turn baby food into diaper stool, this lich still labors to turn your daughters into Coco. Forget mere wealth–the moronic milquetoast Gates has that in spades–and nothing but porn on rusted African computers to show for it. No, it’s hate that spins the world. And Soros hates you exquisitely.
I doubt there’s any need of an expose. Through his Open Society web, Soros has contributed funding to practically every movement for which you have ever mustered the most meager contempt. Any remotely sane society would bar even his stench from wafting over its border. Well, remotely sane might be a fair description of one such society. The Thing has been banished from Russia.
The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office has recognized George Soros’s Open Society Institute and another affiliated organization as undesirable groups, banning Russian citizens and organizations from participation in any of their projects.
In a statement released on Monday, prosecutors said the activities of the Open Society Institute and the Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation were a threat to the foundations of Russia’s Constitutional order and national security. They added that the Justice Ministry would be duly informed about these conclusions and would add the two groups to Russia’s list of undesirable foreign organizations.
The Law on Undesirable Foreign Organizations came into force in early June this year. It requires the Prosecutor General’s Office and the Foreign Ministry to draw up an official list of undesirable foreign organizations and outlaw their activities. Once a group is recognized as undesirable, its assets in Russia must be frozen, its offices closed and the distribution of any of its materials must be banned. If the ban is violated, the personnel of the outlawed group and any Russian citizens who cooperate with them could face heavy fines, or even prison terms in the case of repeated or aggravated offences.
It goes without saying how foolish it is to grant full operational latitude to malicious foreign entities with vast resources. Literally. It goes without ever being said. That is, obviously, because our governments and media share that malice and become well lubricated at seeing it blossom. There is a substantial difference between having and driving stakes in nations. And those committed to ignorance invariably get the latter. But for Russia, at least, a glimmer of reciprocal hostility: misery, conflict, and headphones to be hardest hit.