To each and every Red Pill junkie out there who claimed (and of course naturally reinforced one another’s claims) to know infinitely more than I do about Zionism and yet years ago jumped (upon Orban’s command) onto the anti-Soros bandwagon (which longtime readers should recall that I never once endorsed), it has now been officially proven that YOU ARE A ZIONIST USEFUL IDIOT, which is exactly what I called you back then (when you didn’t even understand what I meant):
Around the world, from Washington to Warsaw, the billionaire philanthropist George Soros has become a unifying hate figure of the nationalist right.
Nowhere is the Jewish financier more aggressively denounced than in Hungary, the country of his birth, whose prime minister has unleashed a five-year smear campaign against him, often loaded with scarcely veiled antisemitic invective.
The architects of Viktor Orban’s war on Mr Soros have now been revealed to be two secretive American political strategists, themselves Jewish. An interview with one of these advisers, describing how they turned Mr Soros into a public enemy, has prompted a criminal complaint from a Hungarian opposition party. It alleges that the regime misused taxpayers’ money to sway elections with anti-Soros adverts.
The campaign’s mastermind was Arthur Finkelstein, a Republican pollster who worked for Barry Goldwater, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan and is said to have advised Donald Trump to go into politics. His business partner George Birnbaum, a former chief of staff to Binyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, said that the pair had identified Mr Soros as the ideal scapegoat for Mr Orban in 2013.
“The perfect opponent is one whom you punch over and over again and who never hits back,” Mr Birnbaum, 48, told Das Magazin, a Swiss weekly. In 2006 Mr Birnbaum and Mr Finkelstein, who died in 2017 aged 72, founded a political consultancy called GEB International, which specialised in eastern Europe. Two years later Mr Netanyahu is said to have introduced them to Mr Orban, who was leader of the Hungarian opposition at the time.
After coming to power in 2010, Mr Orban began to cast around for a new political target. Mr Finkelstein, who was revered in Republican circles as the father of modern negative campaigning, suggested Mr Soros.
At first sight he was a strange choice. Mr Soros had funded the photocopier Mr Orban used to publish an underground magazine during his days in opposition. One of Mr Soros’s charities had also paid for the future prime minister to study philosophy at Oxford.
The first blow was struck in 2013 when the Orban-friendly Heti Valasz news weekly accused Mr Soros of orchestrating a conspiracy of charities and civic groups. Two years later Mr Orban gave a speech decrying Mr Soros as the “lieutenant” of a global ideology that sought to “weaken the nation state” and overwhelm it with refugees. He later called Mr Soros an “enemy” of the Hungarian people, who was “rootless” and “different from us”. During the 2017 election, posters appeared across Hungary showing Mr Soros’s face next to the slogan: “Don’t let Soros have the last laugh.”
You lot probably still don’t understand what is going on. Suckers……
To everyone else, this is why Hungary must be nuked ASAP. Yeah, go ahead and be squeamish and say I am too drastic. You will always realize eventually that my advice was sound all along (and indeed the only path to victory), but you will always realize it too late.