Armstrong Economics Blog/Human Rights Re-Posted Nov 28, 2022 by Martin Armstrong
George Soros’ father was a successful lawyer in Budapest during World War II. As Hungarian Jews, the Soros family was able to evade capture by siding with the Nazis. In this 1998 “60 Minutes” interview, Soros proudly admits that he helped to confiscate all the worldly belongings of the Jews and other holocaust victims while pretending to be an adopted Christian boy.
“I had no sense of guilt,” Soros said after admitting he does not believe in God. He repeatedly tells the reporter that he is simply amoral and feels absolutely no remorse for the horrible acts he has committed. Soros coldly described confiscating assets from his fellow Jews as akin to trading the markets. The assets would have been confiscated regardless, he said, and it did not matter if he was the one carrying out orders from the Third Reich.
Soros made it clear to the interviewer that he identifies as an amoral man and would never apologize for his actions as he does not believe he did anything wrong. Soros was able to sort through the belongings of innocent families and process his actions as simply a revenue generator for the government. He appears amused that he was able to outsmart the Nazis and escape persecution and execution, unlike the others who are beneath him, like us, the Great Unwashed. This is a glimpse into the mind of the people at the top who call for regulations and will gladly sit back and watch the world burn if it benefits them in the slightest.