Arch-criminal George Soros, for some unknown reason, was allowed to speak at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Currently facing possible expulsion from Hungary and the subject of a legislative probe in Macedonia, Soros took to the podium to vent his frustrations over his foiled schemes in China, the UK, and the US.
Donald Trump was the first target of his wrath. "This would-be dictator didn't even expect to win." said the man responsible for creating dictatorships himself, "Trump is an impostor and a con-man. He is gearing up for trade wars which will have far-reaching economic consequences for Europe!"
That statement is psychological projection, or none ever was. Not only was Soros' accomplice Clinton defeated in the US Election, the Wall Street Journal recently reported that Soros lost over $1 billion on Wall Street in November, hedging his investments on a Clinton victory. Nonetheless, he expressed hope that Trump will be brought down: "He's bound to fail, because the policies that guide him are self-contradictory...Trump stands for a government that is the opposite of an open society, something like a dictatorship or a mafia state."
That assessment sounds remarkably similar to the government that Soros' intrigues set up in Ukraine; but he and the Corporate Media were too outraged to notice the similarities.
The bitter billionaire then turned his venom on British Prime Minister Teresa May. Since BREXIT, May has personally attended nearly all of these major international economic councils, and has been very well-received. She especially performed well at Davos; and this was too much for the hateful Soros.
"At the moment the people in the UK are in denial." Soros thundered, "The current economic situation is not as bad as predicted, and they live in hope. But BREXIT will ultimately lead to currency depreciation, and inflation will be the driving force. This will lead to declining living standards."
Is Soros actually arguing that the British economy improved after it joined the EU? Foreign investment in Britain has also jumped substantially since BREXIT---if anything, Britain is more likely to enter a deflationary cycle because losing EU restrictions and cheaper imports will probably bring prices down. Soros predicted that May---like Trump---would soon fall from power by popular discontent. Discontent which he is funding in Britain, just like here in the US.
Finally, Soros snorted his rage at the forum's winner, Chinese President Xi Jinping. Soros had some gloomy words for China, claiming that China's 26-year low in GDP was the result of Xi overspending in foreign projects. Of course, Soros discreetly left out the fact that Xi's ambition investment projects abroad have thwarted numerous plots that Soros was hatching in Asia. China's GDP is at a low; but it is still nearly four times higher than US GDP in Obama's final year. China's economy is nowhere near failing; and will probably rise in 2017 or 2018 after the effects of their foreign investments begin to be realized.
As far as gloomy predictions of failure go; we can all hope that 2017 will see the Trump Administration initiate an international movement to bring about Soros' own downfall.