George Soros: Evil Genius (updated)

by Nathan Hamm on 3/28/2005 · 6 comments

The Turkmenbashi cheerleaders at nCa point out that George Soros’ evil knows no bounds. Turns out he is an ally of neoconservatives.

Apart from these disturbing features, there was something else that meets the eye instantly: SOROS.

Soros-related organizations that had worked for years on a single point agenda – Chaos in Kyrgyzstan – wasted no time in declaring victory. Within an hour of Akayev’s shameful flight from the country, Internews, a Soros-funded news agency, sent a press release that it had been chosen by the opposition to act temporarily as the official news agency of Kyrgyzstan.

Neocons and Soros, who are on a wild spree of regime change, wanted a revolution in Central Asia and they got a revolution Central Asia.

Does this mean that all of his attacks on neocons were a wily trick? Who knows… The fine folks at nCa breathe a sigh of relief though.

Kazakhstan, though affected by Soros virus to an extent, has the ability to shore its roof by providing better economic opportunities to its citizens. Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan may escape this time because the Soros and Neocons still don’t have complete mechanism in place in these countries for mobilization of masses.

What I wouldn’t give for some a photoshopped vial of Soros Virus. Or even better, Soros, Wolfowitz, and Bill Kristol injecting people with Soros virus to prepare them for “mobilization of masses.”

UPDATE: Because screwing around with photoshop is infinitely more entertaining than doing laundry…

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Svetlana Kulikova March 28, 2005 at 5:04 pm

I am sure Internews would like its description as a Soros-funded news agency, which is wrong on both accounts: most of its funding comes from the US State Dept and it is not a news agency but an NGO assisting media in their development.

Nathan March 28, 2005 at 5:07 pm

Well, nCa is nothing if not grossly misleading 🙂

But, bless ’em they’re fun to read sometimes.

Lyndon March 28, 2005 at 6:45 pm

No doubt. I am laughing at the mental picture of Paul Wolfowitz and George Soros on a “wild spree.”

David All March 28, 2005 at 8:14 pm

The Agents of Emmanual Goldstein are loose in the Peace-Loving Progressive Countries of Central Asia!

Mark Hamm March 28, 2005 at 11:51 pm

I don’t think you have to inject this virus, you can get it from a toilet seat. Oh wait there are no toilet seats in CA, never mind.

Will Franklin March 29, 2005 at 1:03 am

Funny stuff.

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