If you’re against Donald Trump, you have something in common with George Soros. In a Thursday interview, Soros opined that Trump is “willing to destroy the world.”
Soros is willing to destroy the white race and white countries, so it could be that he’s simply projecting his own values on Trump.
Excerpt from Daily Mail
Liberal billionaire George Soros blamed the Trump administration for the current woes in society, adding that ‘everything that could go wrong, has gone wrong.’
The 87-year-old, who frequently donates to the Clintons, did not mince his words and accused the President of being ‘willing to destroy the world.’
‘The bigger the danger, the bigger the threat, the more I feel engaged to confront it,’ Soros said Thursday in an interview with The Washington Post.
Soros is still in shock that Trump won the election, something he didn’t see happening.
‘Apparently, I was living in my own bubble,’ he said.
Soros plans to spend roughly $15million in the 2018 elections but has already faced some rejections as several of his bids for district attorneys in California lost their elections on Tuesday.
‘We ran into a brick wall in California,’ he added.
The billionaire describes Trump as a ‘marcissist’ who ‘considers himself all-powerful.
Soros had additional complaints, as reported at Western Journal
Soros made no bones about his opposition to Trump, who he branded as a narcissist.
“He didn’t believe he would actually get elected. And the fact that he has succeeded has really changed him, and he now kind of considers himself all-powerful. He was kept under control by his minders, the generals, but he got rid of most of them, there’s only one that is left, and he has now got people who are his servants, so it is a very dangerous situation, and I’m very happy that he chose North Korea as the only country that he wants to get closer to. … I’m greatly relieved because I really believe there is a danger to the end of our civilization,” Soros said.
He said Trump’s combative nature worries him.
“He is fighting a trade war, which is liable to cause financial disruptions and possibly a financial crisis, and he is also ready to fight real wars, particularly in the Middle East. He might be willing to attack Iran militarily, which would be a big danger,” he said, adding, “I didn’t like his behavior as a businessman.”
Although Soros has not been shy about investing in California’s elections, he kept his 2020 cards close to his chest.
“I refuse to get involved in the presidential elections because they will divide the Democratic Party. And there’s no presidential election in 2018, and the party needs to be united,” Soros said. “I think there are many qualified candidates, and I think also that some will distinguish themselves in the 2018 elections that will give them more chances.”
Soros said there is one Democrat with presidential ambitions he will never support — Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand. He blamed the New York Democrat for the resignation of Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota over sexual harassment allegations. Soros said it was done “to improve her chances.”
During the interview, he was asked about his religious beliefs.
“I am an agnostic. … I am definitely the son of two Jewish parents and four Jewish grandparents, so I am Jewish by descent. I’m not a practicing Jew. But I am definitely a Jew,” he said.
Definitely a Jew?
There was never any doubt.