So who who is the  a billionaire “philanthropist” who came to be known as “the Man Who Broke the Bank of England” when he raked in a staggering one billion dollars during the 1992 “Black Wednesday” currency crisis. These days investment legend is most famous for being perhaps the most “politically active” (at least openly) billionaire in the world to promote the Euro. His Open Society Institute is in more than 60 countries and it spends approximately $600 million a year promoting the ideals that investment legend wants promoted. investment legend and his pet organizations have played a key role in quite a few “revolutions” around the globe over the last several decades.

So exactly what is it that investment legend trying to accomplish? Well, in a nutshell, what he wants is a Big Brother-style one world government based on extreme European-style socialism, strict international body control and radical  agenda promoted in the media.  He claims, that it would be a world where the state tightly regulates everything that we do for the greater benefit of the environment and of society as a whole.

It is ironic that his pet project the Eu and the euro – the ultimate symbol of European political union – has become synonymous with economic crisis, break-up and disunity. The common currency has revealed that the disparate and divergent peoples of Europe don’t actually feel that they have an awful lot in common with each other after all. investment legend observes that financial institutions are reordering their European exposure along national lines just in case the region splits apart. It is interesting to observe that the regional splits in fiscal fragmentation echo the divisions within Christendom, with the Greek (Orthodox) about to exit; Spain, Italy, Ireland and Portugal (Roman Catholic) are all bust; while Germany, Britain, the Netherlands and Scandinavian countries (Protestant) are all instinctively reverting to expressions of national individualism above continental social collectivism.

The Fox tirade against him was weak by facts .  Another investment legend-funded group, however,  promotes the New Age Globalist Earth Charter which seeks to dismantle the Roman Catholic Church. Protestantism  has historically been decidedly anti-liberal and ideologically authoritarian to the point of Calvinist inquisition and bring in Hitler to power.  Richard Steigmann-Gall’s contribution, “Apostasy or Religiosity? The Cultural Meanings of the Protestant Vote for Hitler,” dealt with the question of who voted for Hitler and investigated the roles that German Protestantism played among the Nazi electorate.  Heidentifies what he calls a “Protestant affinity” for Nazi politics leading up to January 1933, when Hitler became chancellor of Germany. Protestantism was the single most important factor in determining who voted for Hitler, he said, and it was not just the institutional affiliation that made the difference. According to statistics, the extent of support for National Socialism correlates directly to the degree of allegiance to Protestantism in the German counties, rather than, as has been so often suggested, apostasy from it.

The poor German people today can have no say in this:  there can be no potential veto by the ignorant demos which impinges upon the omniscient design of the elite. We are well beyond whitewash and temporary sticking plaster: the intervention must be decisive, radical and permanent. Without it, investment legend prophesies, the fall of the common currency would ‘almost certainly lead to a collapse of the Schengen Treaty, the common market, and the European Union itself’.  Well, thank God for that, some might say, so once again they can receive the blame.  But the likelihood is that the euro will survive a while, not least because Germany went into the trap of the the PIIGS to default on a trillion euros worth of debts and so imperil her clueless leaders.  investment legend’ name has been thrown around a lot lately for giving advice in this, launching a major ditraction offensive ths week.   The non-profit whose stated mission is to be the nation’s authority on professional, investigative reporting by “producing journalism that shines a light on exploitation of the weak by the strong and on the failures of those with power to vindicate the trust placed in them.” The catalyst behind that endeavor is what it sees as a void in investigative journalism across mainstream media outlets – a discipline engaged by a free press to ensure a just and transparent society. Yet one of the organization’s key founders and major financial backers supports interests aligned with what would appear anathema toThe stated principles  an organization with a long and controversial past that has, even recently, come under fire for seeking to silence press with which it is ideologically opposed.