Tuesday, August 2, 2022



The article by George Soros is as inaccurate as it is self-congratulatory. The only thing missing apart from any caring reference to the victims of the crime wave he has financed is the implied belief that we should be grateful to him for his incessant, tinkering, blood-drenched, philanthropy and his ubiquitous subversion of law & order in America. He thinks he deserves a "Thank You" card.

Mr. Soros has never allowed his spirit to roam beyond his own self-interest, just ask the Bank of England. He lives safely sheltered and heavily protected from the ravages and destruction of the policies he constantly seeks to impose on others. A good deal of hypocrisy is required to turn his suppurating, self-justifying, hand-washing article into a plausible argument for criminal justice reform but hypocrisy is something Mr. Soros has in abundance. 

"Americans need a more thoughtful discussion about our response to crime", he tells us. Very well then, here it is: 

We want it stopped. We want more police officers better paid, better equipped and well-trained with stronger immunity from criminal prosecutions and civil lawsuits. We want vicious thugs, with criminal records so long they wouldn't fit onto the side of a bus, kept in jail until trial. We want the 45,000 gang members in L.A. County, count them, off the streets and if it takes the temporary suspension of the Posse Comitatus Act to do it we don't mind. We want the politicians and officials who have allowed this plague on our streets prosecuted and sent to the same prisons as the gang members. We want violent underage criminals tried as adults. We want drug dealers, not drug users, executed. It works well in Singapore.

Mr. Soros intones that, "We need to acknowledged that black people in the U.S. are five times likely to be sent to jail as white people." That would be unjust if they were committing the same crime but it implies that the police are out deliberately hunting down black people, trumping up charges and sending them off to jail because of their color. It's preposterous. 

How does he explain that 7,000 of our black citizens are murdered by other black citizens every year? How does he explain the 75% illegitimacy rate in the black community or its 300,000 abortions per year? COVID can't be blamed for everything. It's a national tragedy but decriminalizing crime and endangering public safety is not the solution to any of it.

Since the Civil Rights Act of 1964 opposed, by the way, by Democratic senators Al Gore Sr., and Robert Byrd who filibustered the legislation for 14 hours and was once an Exalted Cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan, we have spent over $4 trillion in good faith to create a level playing field and the numbers listed above are the disturbingly sad result.

" In recent years, reform minded prosecutors and other law-enforcement officials around the country have been coalescing around an agenda that promises to be more effective and just", Mr. Soros is pleased to announce. Yet, for all their coalescing Los Angeles, NYC, San Francisco, Chicago, Baltimore and Philadelphia, just to name a few, have become cesspools of crime and extreme violence. These are the very cities where Mr. Soros' bought and paid for "reform- minded prosecutors" rule. Reform and willful public endangerment are not the same thing.

Mr. Soros ends his apologia by saying, "Judging by the results, the public likes what it's hearing" but not in San Francisco where the Soros lackey, D.A. Chesa Boudin was recently recalled. If he really believes people like what they are hearing then Mr. Soros must also believe that there is such a thing as a chaste prostitute either that or he has been using his time during the last 18 months as an opportunity to catch up on some sleep.

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