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Two radical left-wing "Jewish groups" defending Soros in bizarre chain of events.

George Soros is the son of one of the most infamous Jewish Nazi collaborators of WWII. When the government of Hungary collapsed and Nazi party officials seized control of its government in 1944, his father changed the family name from “Swartz” to “Soros.” To pay the Hungarian army and keep them in the fight against the Soviet Union [German allies Romania, Bulgaria, Italy, and Finland had already collapsed or surrendered at this time], the Nazi party began seizing assets owned by Hungarian Jews. An offer to ship Hungarian Jews to the Palestinian Mandate was turned down by Britain and they were instead shipped to concentration camps in Poland.

The father of George Soros helped Nazi party officials identify other Jews. When the war ended he found himself quite wealthy as well. When the International Red Cross began bringing Hungarian Jews back from Poland, the Soros family fled to Britain to escape their wrath.

Soros himself worked as a secretary for a Nazi party official in charge of confiscating Jewish assets during the final year of the war.

Today Soros is one of the richest men in the history of the world through nefarious currency speculation. He is notorious for funding the radical left in North America, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia. In a bizarre move, several major Jewish groups are defending him despite the sins of his father.

From Washington Examiner…

When we last heard from J Street, the liberal Jewish group founded by the left to counter the influence of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s (AIPAC) and has strained diplomatic relations with Israel, they had been caught lying about receiving funding from left-wing patron George Soros:

The Jewish-American advocacy group J Street, which bills itself as the dovish alternative to the influential American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) lobby, has secretly received funding from billionaire George Soros despite previous denials that it accepted funds from the Hungarian-born financier and liberal political activist.

Tax forms obtained by The Washington Times reveal that Mr. Soros and his two children, Jonathan and Andrea Soros, contributed a total $245,000 to J Street from one Manhattan address in New York during the fiscal year from July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009.

J Street’s head had even complained, “We got tagged as having his support, without the benefit of actually getting funded!” Well, what a difference two months makes. J Street is now sending out promotional emails defending Soros. From their latest blast email promoting their upcoming conference:

Anti-Defamation League attacks Glen Beck over Soros comments and then backs down after talk with News Corp owner Rupert Murdoch. ADL goes from calling Beck an “anti-Semite” to a “supporter of Israel” in a matter of days. Apparently the ADL’s moronic accusations of “anti-Semite” in defense of Soros was too much for Murdoch.

Note: The ADL is probably the most well financed extreme left-wing group in the United States. However it calls itself a “Jewish Group” and immediately calls anyone an “anti-Semite” who attacks the groups’ radical left-wing agenda. The only “Jewish issues” it is aggressively involved in is Mideast foreign policy.


Here’s an interesting coda to the exchange between the Anti-Defamation League and Fox’s Glenn Beck about Beck’s attack on Holocaust survivor George Soros: Fox chief Roger Ailes reached out to the ADL’s Abe Foxman after Foxman criticized Beck, the Daily Beast reports.

It was after that conversation that Foxman softened his criticism of Beck, telling Salon that while Beck is sometimes insensitive, he is in the end “a strong supporter of Israel and the Jewish people.”

ADL has had good relations with Fox for some time. The group recently honored News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch with its International Leadership Award. (And in this picture from last month, Ailes and Foxman posed for a picture together.) In his acceptance speech, Murdoch called for an end to what he called “the soft war that seeks to isolate Israel.”

The question of the Middle East — and Fox’s pro-Israel coverage — goes far in explaining why the ADL backed off Beck, despite serious charges of anti-Semitism.