Wednesday, 25 January 2012

I've posted before how economic collapse is a good thing. The only thing that matters is bringing the European genocide to an end. It was economic collapse that brought an end to the rule of Utopian extremists in eastern Europe and it may do the same to the Utopian extremists still ruling western Europe. Chaos is our friend.

A large-scale breakdown of civil order would be highly desirable. It would undoubtedly provoke mass rioting and attacks by the invaders upon the indigenous population. Perhaps the indigenous population would then be moved to mobilise in their own defence. Tumultuous change offers us the best hope for remaking our politics.
He backs the beleaguered euro, publicly urging European leaders to do whatever it takes to ensure its survival. “The euro must survive because the alternative—a breakup—would cause a meltdown that Europe, the world, can’t afford.” He has bought about $2 billion in European bonds, mainly Italian, from MF Global Holdings Ltd., the securities firm run by former Goldman Sachs head Jon Corzine that filed for bankruptcy protection last October.

Has the great short seller gone soft? Well, yes. Sitting in his 33rd-floor corner office high above Seventh Avenue in New York, preparing for his trip to Davos, he is more concerned with surviving than staying rich. “At times like these, survival is the most important thing,” he says, peering through his owlish glasses and brushing wisps of gray hair off his forehead. He doesn’t just mean it’s time to protect your assets. He means it’s time to stave off disaster. As he sees it, the world faces one of the most dangerous periods of modern history—a period of “evil.” Europe is confronting a descent into chaos and conflict. In America he predicts riots on the streets that will lead to a brutal clampdown that will dramatically curtail civil liberties. The global economic system could even collapse altogether.

“I am not here to cheer you up. The situation is about as serious and difficult as I’ve experienced in my career,” Soros tells Newsweek. “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.”

...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.”

...“if you have a disorderly collapse of the euro, you have the danger of a revival of the political conflicts that have torn Europe apart over the centuries—an extreme form of nationalism, which manifests itself in xenophobia, the exclusion of foreigners and ethnic groups. In Hitler’s time, that was focused on the Jews. Today, you have that with the Gypsies, the Roma, which is a small minority, and also, of course, Muslim immigrants.”

As anger rises, riots on the streets of American cities are inevitable. “Yes, yes, yes,” he says, almost gleefully. The response to the unrest could be more damaging than the violence itself. “It will be an excuse for cracking down and using strong-arm tactics to maintain law and order, which, carried to an extreme, could bring about a repressive political system, a society where individual liberty is much more constrained, which would be a break with the tradition of the United States.”

Soros insists the key to avoiding cataclysm in 2012 is not to let the crises of 2011 go to waste. “In the crisis period, the impossible becomes possible. The European Union could regain its luster. I’m hopeful that the United States, as a political entity, will pass a very severe test and actually strengthen the institution.”
Source: Newsweek


V said...

The situation today is not the same as it was in Germany under Hitler. Even gypses was killed in death-camps, disabled people and homosexuals too.

The situation today is that we can't afford all this invaders, we can't handle all the violence and the social problems this people creates. That's the problem. We can't take care of our own elderly, kids and sick people in EU, why then let sick, illiterate, criminals and all kinds of people in and then say that they are our future? We have no future as EU, we have no future as Sweden, our kids an unemployed and the solution for our leaders and pc-people is taking more people in from third country, meaning muslims from ME and Africa.

You can blame people in EU for their own poverty, and mock them, but you blame us in EU for the poverty in the world! It's disgusting!

Anonymous said...

VERY, VERY good post. Agree 100%. Muslims would pretty certain try to use a collapse of the EC to their advantage. As people will be fed up with the rise of islam and with the old socialist parties responsible for Europe's collapse, new right wing parties will emerge fast. This will embolden people even more, resulting in-you-know-what. This will be the beginning of the end of the islamic invasion.

Anonymous said...

Soros financially supports marxist organizations--most of which have disturbing philosophical underpinnings. It seems strange that an expert capitalist would want to secure the creation of a large entitlement class in the US. He must be after the taxpayer money that funds these programs.

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