Most Americans have heard the name George Soros, but very few can explain how he has made his fortune. Recent video evidence obtained by undercover techniques clearly connected organizations financially supported by Soros to protests and riots the mainstream media has been reporting as being spontaneous protests against the election of Donald Trump. But we know this is not true, the leading instigators are known to be paid to incite these incidents. And the money trail leads to George Soros.
So the question is what does he have to gain by financing civil unrest and lawlessness across America?
In its most simplistic form: George Soros makes money on the misery of others. The greater the misery the more money Mr. Soros can make. The collapse of more than one small nation has been attributed to the Soros operations designed to collapse economies. Now, it seems he has become so arrogant that he believes he can become unimaginably powerful and wealthy if the United States economy collapses.
Reports began to surface as early as 2012 that under the unsustainable debt created by Obama’s unrestrained spending the consensuses of leading economists is that the US Dollar would be replaced by a Chinese backed currency system by 2020. The Trans-Pacific Trade agreement is already showing signs of weakening the dollar as a standard for trade. Clearly if Hillary Clinton had been elected, the dollar’s decline would have occurred sooner than the original projections of 2020. But president elect Trump’s financial genius and understanding of world trade systems could postpone that decline well beyond 2020, perhaps for a decade or more. Is that too many years for George Soros? After all, his age will limit the enjoyment time he would have even if he succeeded in collapsing the US dollar in Clinton’s first year. Would a decade be too far off?
Regardless of the looming timeline for the downfall of the dollar as the world’s trade currency, the consequences to the United States’ unique position of being able to print more currency without any back-up value to those new bills are dire in our credit based economy. And this is when George Soros will reap the huge benefits of his investments in these organizations behind the current explosion of civil disobedience and riots.
To understand this method of financial gain from the misery of others it is necessary to reduce the massive scale of the economy of the country to a personal level. While many people have yet to suffer such economic struggles as could be nearing, others can identify with the struggle to just meet their daily expenses. For evidence of this look no further than the explosion of the pay day loan industry. More and more people are are so close to financial ruin that even though they have jobs they can’t meet their current debt and expenses without borrowing against their next payday. While these short term notes may seem to help get today’s food or keep gas in the car, their costs reduce the next paycheck and each successive cycle brings about more need.
Eventually these folks begin to try the desperate move of selling their household belongings to catch up. Items they may even still owe on through credit cards or other payment plans may be offered for sale for much less than their value. Buyers who have cash available can obtain real bargains – from the misery of the sellers.
Now expand that scenario to a bank or a business. If more and more borrowers fail to pay their debts on loans the bank begins to lose more and more money. While houses and cars can certainly be reprocessed and sold to recover the loans, too often the sale doesn’t cover the full amount owed. This was especially evident in the mortgage loan crisis that led to the collapse of America’s savings and loans.
Property was so over mortgaged and buyers were so unwilling to pay inflated prices that the savings and loan companies became unable to meet their debt payments which included interest on deposits as well as interest owed on money they had borrowed from other institutions to loan on property. In other words, the S & L’s were taking out ‘pay day’ loans to meet their operating expenses hoping their borrowers would catch up on payments before their own payments came due. But when the Federal Reserve raised interest rates to those institutions to which it loans money, the incoming payments from borrowers could no longer stretch between the S&L’s pay days so to speak.
Enter an investor like George Soros. Property as well as businesses and banks all become for sale at greater and greater bargains. Very few individuals, however, can afford to “buy” banks or savings and loan companies. And so when the bidding starts and the only bidder is a George Soros, the sale prices are usually well below value.
Then comes the second half of this transaction; making a profit. In the case of the old savings and loan industry, there was a deposit insurance program named the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC). The FSLIC was faced with more than 3200 potential failures but the insurance funds ran dry after only about 1000. The fund failed. Bankruptcy followed and a federal trust (Resolution Trust Corporation) was established. RTC was charged with disposing of the assets of the S&L’s through sales of assets (accounts receivable, property, etc) or mergers with banks or simply closing the balance of the S&L’s. RTC was only able to rescue the depositors of about another 750. But both federal programs only accounted for about one half of the total S&L’s. The rest were closed or acquired through private sales to banks and investors at very deep discounts.
If an investor is able to buy in early and then get the government to make up the difference between accounts receivable and losses due to borrower bankruptcies, there is profit to be made. Hence the value of being seriously involved in government policy making/policymakers.
By gaining access to policy makers an investor can influence key policy that will too often insure profitability in investing in the failures of businesses. But without that all important access and the threat of policies that would protect businesses and discourage predatory investors working to accelerate failures the ‘Soros’ system is potentially a losing system.
Now it should make more sense as to why George Soros is so involved in creating anti-Trump sentiment across the country: such activities might slow Trump’s attempts at draining the swamp.