Posted by Skook on 21 October, 2010 at 1:42 am. 14 comments already!

Karl Marx: (Direct Quote) “The Theory of Communism may be summed up in one sentence. Abolish All Private Property.” Marx is considered the Founding Father for the Obama/Soros concept of Open-Society

The American public overwhelmingly voted for Socialism when they elected President Obama. Al Sharpton, 3/22/2010

Media Matters is convinced the multitude of problems Obama Socialism and the Progressive movement faces is the result of Glenn Beck and the crew at Fox News; sadly, they forget that Obama might be partially responsible for his own shortcomings and incompetence, for without Fearless Reader’s bungling of the economy and the rejection of his policies, pundits like Beck and Hannity would have little to talk about. Thus George Soros feels compelled to actually announce a million dollar donation to Media Matters to wage a rhetorical war against Fox News.

Still the public should know that Soros keeps his billions safe from American taxation by having his money offshore in secret accounts; however, it is important to note that if any of us campesinos attempt to hide funds in this manner we will be serving time in the slammer. We must remember that Soros has adjusted his life to the fact that he is a self-professed deity and is destined to be among the supreme ruling Elite of the world. Therefore it is unnecessary to subject his fortune to the same taxation we as ordinary Americans endure in order to bring about the Wealth Redistribution that he and Obama have envisioned for the world. While we are supposed to spread our wealth among the Third World Outhouses of the world, according to Obama, they in turn will share their poverty among Americans: thus like an inverse mathematical equation, both sides of the equal sign shall remain equal. This is the basic format of the Obama/Soros Marxism espoused in the Open-Society concept with the Open-Borders program already in effect, that is being promoted by the Marxist duo or by Soros and his Teleprompter Reading Puppet.

Media Matters, one of the many Socialist front groups that has been funded by Soros and his Open-Society Foundation, plans to use this latest gift of one million to hold Beck and others on the Fox cable news network responsible for their reporting; unfortunately, Media Matters has a conspicuous lack of talent like most of the Socialist outlets that function as propaganda bureaus for the Progressive Socialists.

Their message is weak and ineffectual, appealing to the cerebrally challenged among us who can barely read, they do little more than serve as a cheer leading editorial with less than dubious credibility. Here is the announcement of their intentions:

“Fox has transformed itself into a 24-7 G.O.P. attack machine, dividing Americans through fear-mongering and falsehoods and undermining the legitimacy of our government for partisan political ends,”…

In an accompanying statement, Mr. Soros, a billionaire hedge fund manipulator who is known as the man who broke the Bank of England, has a history of supporting liberal politicians and causes, accused Fox News hosts of “incendiary rhetoric” and said he hoped that his money would be used “in an effort to more widely publicize the challenge Fox News poses to civil and informed discourse in our democracy.”

For years, conservatives have accused Media Matters of being a front organization for Mr. Soros. In May, Mr. Beck referred to Media Matters as “the left-wing George Soros-funded media machine that is now referring to me as a jihadist.” In 2007, Fox’s Sean Hannity called it “Hillary Clinton’s George Soros-funded group Media Matters.”

Officials at Media Matters regularly deny that they have ever taken money from Mr. Soros, who repeats that denial in Wednesday’s statement, saying, “I have not to date been a funder” of the liberal organization. Now, he will officially be a donor, and likely a fresh target for criticism from the right.

Mr. Soros has been a disappointment to some liberals during the current election cycle because he has largely sat on the sidelines. In an interview with my colleague Sewell Chan earlier this month, Mr. Soros said he was concerned about a Republican surge in Congress but was not participating as he did in the past.

“I’m basically not a party man. I’d just been forced into that situation by what I considered the excesses of the Bush administration,” he said in the interview. “I think they are pushing the wrong policies, but I’m not in a position to stop it. I don’t believe in standing in the way of an avalanche.”

The decision by Soros to de-fund the Democrat Party has probably signaled his disappointment with Obama’s work ethic and incompetence; thus the bell tolls for Democrats and their run for reelection. The TEA Party and America’s rejection of the Democrat policy of spend and tax has led to a Conservative revival with a deluge of money into Republican coffers.

Liberals are bemoaning their fate as Republicans intensify their campaigns and prepare to have one of the biggest victories in history. Soros with his pathetic contribution will hardly amount to more than a fart in typhoon, with the momentum of the Republican Machine in full swing.

The democrats and their Marxist brethern are crying foul, claiming that foreign money is building the Republican campaign funds: how soon they forget about the tracking devices for credit cards were deactivated during the Obama presidential campaign or that Soros money is from untaxed and untraced off-shore accounts, money that could be considered foreign, since it definitely doesn’t come from America.
The $1 million donation by Mr. Soros to Media Matters will not alter that calculus. But it could signal a return to greater participation by him during the 2012 presidential campaign. And it suggests that liberals intend to continue pressing their case against the flow of undisclosed money into political campaigns.

“We are especially pleased that in this moment of hidden right-wing billionaire money corrupting our democracy, Mr. Soros, upon deciding to support our efforts, quickly and transparently has made that support public,” the statement from Media Matters says.

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