Monday, November 15, 2010

An Example Of "The Spirit of Antichrist"

During the three day expose' of George Soros on The Glenn Beck T.V. Program, Beck often urged viewers to "not take his word for it - do your own homework." Well, these days I don't have a whole lot of time to investigate as I should, but when I find a blogger who has done good research and commentary on the topic, I like to share it here at Talk Wisdom.

If you haven't seen the series on Soros, go here and view them all.

Next, read American Thinker: Soros, Beck, and the Holocaust


It will come as no surprise that Glenn Beck's broadcast biography of George Soros last week has triggered a vast brawl concerning his interpretation and treatment of the topic.

The uproar revolves around Beck's portrayal of Soros' role in the Holocaust. Beck repeats the widely known story concerning Soros' involvement in handing deportation orders to Jewish families on behalf of the Nazis. He emphasizes that Soros was only fourteen at the time and does not condemn the activity, asserting that the matter remains "between Soros and God."

I happen to have researched the episode in depth for my upcoming book, Death by Liberalism, and I can state here that Beck's narrative is completely accurate. His treatment of it is commendable, in particular his statement that no one has a right to judge the efforts of Jews to survive in Nazi-occupied Europe.

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Soros, Beck, and the Holocaust
posted by null at American Thinker - 9 hours ago
Should the "philanthropist" Soros' activities during the Holocaust be off-limits for discussion?

Mr. J.R. Dunn has done extensive homework on this issue while writing his book. The fact that he has presented such truth about Soros via his new book - well before Beck's three day T.V. presentation about Soros - lends great credibility to what Beck has reported.

The fact that Beck has used video excerpts of Soros' own words demonstrates that he is being truthful about the accusations against such an evil marketeer.

J.R. Dunn continues:

There's an aspect of Soros' behavior that has gone unexamined and virtually unmentioned: the complete disconnect between his activities as a businessman and his ambitions as a philanthropist. Soros has, at the very least, skirted financial regulations in most or all of the countries in which he has operated. He has done worse in France, Malaysia, and Thailand -- the French fined him millions, while the Southeast Asian states are reportedly very interested in speaking to him in private. He has caused enormous misery through his currency manipulations. He evidently feels no guilt concerning these matters, either.

Yet this same man professes to be the greatest living champion of the "open society," the bearer of the legacy of Karl Popper (one of the few liberty-loving political philosophers of the last century), and the architect of a true people's democracy, working together with his protégé, Barack Obama.

There's something terribly wrong here. This is not the way a benefactor of humanity actually behaves. It's as if Gandhi financed his independence movement through a network of casinos, or if Martin Luther King sat on the councils of Murder Incorporated. What can the explanation be?

Mr. Dunn shares what he thinks that the explanation might be. Perhaps he is correct, but maybe he isn't. Personally, I don't think the author got it right at the end of his essay.* Nonetheless, there can be no denial that Soros fancies himself as his own "god" and uses his billionaire status of wealth to inflict financial misery upon as many people in as many nations as he possibly can. This type of behavior is not the kind that any benevolent philanthropist would exhibit. This man is evil, sick, and a manipulative financial and political terrorist. He could be labeled as one of those who has the "spirit of Antichrist" [Note: note THE Antichrist] that Jesus warns us about. Those with such a "spirit" are "already in the world." No doubt in my mind that Soros, a self-admitted atheist, is one. The evidence is overwhelming.

1Jo 4:1 Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits, whether they are of God; because many false prophets have gone out into the world.

1Jo 4:2 By this you know the Spirit of God: Every spirit that confesses that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is of God,

1Jo 4:3 and every spirit that does not confess that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is not of God. And this is the spirit of the Antichrist, which you have heard was coming, and is now already in the world.

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* Apparently, one commentator at American Thinker agrees:

Posted by: conservativerose
Nov 15, 07:56 AM

I enjoyed Mr. Dunn's article until the last couple of paragraphs. No, Gyorgy Schwartz felt no remorse, is not and was not trying to correct some wrong he had done in the past. It is time for people to recognize that there are people who are purely evil. You don't justify being a mass murderer or rapist because your parents divorced when you were little, if that's the case, the world will be filled with people like that, without remorse, while justifying their actions through some traumatic events in their past. Everybody has trauma in their past, yet they don't turn into monsters.

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