A year ago, George Soros made some ominous (but obvious) predictions about American financial conditions: “class war” would be the development. In January, 2012, he said in a Newsweek interview (reported by The Daily Beast):
We are facing an extremely difficult time, comparable in many ways to the 1930s, the Great Depression. We are facing now a general retrenchment in the developed world, which threatens to put us in a decade of more stagnation, or worse. The best-case scenario is a deflationary environment. The worst-case scenario is a collapse of the financial system.
George Soros, the grand financial wizard at his command post.
But, like all true liberals, Soros espouses the propaganda that Communism has collapsed as a political system, and then compares that to the coming financial collapse of the West.
Soros draws on his past to argue that the global economic crisis is as significant, and unpredictable, as the end of communism. “The collapse of the Soviet system was a pretty extraordinary event, and we are currently experiencing something similar in the developed world, without fully realizing what’s happening.”
Communism is alive and well, and in fact taking over the West. To divert attention to that by holding out the proposition that financial systems are something other than, or irrelevant to, political systems, is typical liberal propaganda.
Class warfare is the essence of Communism, the focus of its pitch, and the delusional poison of its potency. To pretend that Communism is not the pith of the Obama administration, and the core of the Democrat Party, and the basis of all liberalism, is the motivation of all major media in the West.
Moreover, the indignant exposure of this pretense by conservatives has proved ineffective to stay the tide, or even lessen the progress. Communism is based on the lower human nature, the infantile dependency, justified by the mere rhetoric of moral imperatives.