George Soros – the man who broke the Bank of England

George Soros – the man who broke the Bank of England

According to Wikipedia:George Soros is a Hungarian-American businessman and philanthropist. As of March 2021, he had a net worth of US$8.6 billion, having donated more than $32 billion to the Open Society Foundations, of which $15 billion has already been distributed, representing 64% of his original fortune. Forbes called him the “most generous giver” (in terms of percentage of net worth)”.

According to Investopedia: “In Britain, Black Wednesday, which occurred on September 16, 1992, is now known as the day when speculators “broke the pound.” This euphemism is used to describe the moment in time where market forces coalesced to force the British government to exit the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) by removing its currency from that agreement. Joining the ERM was part of Britain’s effort to help the unification of the European economies. However, it soon became clear that Britain could not adhere to the agreed-upon terms. As a result, its currency, the Great British pound (GBP), was removed from the agreement …  Spotting the writing on the wall, Britain upped its interest rates to the teens in an effort to attract more people to the pound. However, speculators such as George Soros began to heavily short the currency. When it became clear that it was losing billions of pounds, as a result of this attempt to artificially buoy its currency to higher levels, the British government gave in and withdrew from the ERM6 … Soros pocketed $1 billion on the deal and cemented his reputation as the premier currency speculator”.

Like Klaus Schwab, his Eastern European (imo ultra baddie) counterpart, George Soros reminds me of the fictional James Bond ultra-villain, Ernst Stavro Blofeld (although Mel K’s guest, who I will get to, liken him to Lord Voldermort, Harry Potter’s antagonist). While Schwab has somewhat taken over from Soros as one of the main bogeymen when it comes to calling out members of the globalist cabal that wants to take over the World, there is little doubt that Soros remained active behind the scenes, bank rolling many organisation,s often with noble, altruistic sounding names, yet up to no good. Interestingly, I wrote my “George Soros” blog six years ago, yet my circumspect conclusions seem strangely relevant today: “I realize there is a lot more digging that I need to do before coming to a fully rounded view of someone who claims good intent and arguably delivers bad outcomes, not just in the US but the world at large, if he is indeed part of the hidden hand leading the world on a path toward catastrophe”.

I confess, I was not planning to write about George Soros, that is until I watched “Mel K with Author & Journalist Richard Poe | Puppet Masters & Perception: Who Is In Control?”. I am a big fan of Mel K and she is one the faces behind the Alternative Media I regularly check out. Mel K’s guest, Richard Poe, someone who prior to watching I hadn’t heard off, comes in the category of someone who knows his stuff but because what he comes out with is outrageous (according to them that control the narrative) is deemed a conspiracy theorist and, even worse, since he had the temerity to criticise George Soros, a hero in the books of many including some nice Christian friends, is also antisemitic. But there is much more to what he said in this captivating 71 minute interview starting with the assertion that it was not him that broke the Bank of England and reaped a tidy profit, but he was the front man to a group of elite bankers (including, you guessed it, another “Jew”, Jacob Rothchild), but also included members of the British establishment, often acting in the shadows, who was behind what amounted to a twenty percent devaluation of the Pound (I remember, at the time, following the happenings leading up to this), to serve their own nefarious ends.

One name that cropped up in this conspiracy theory that is looking more like a conspiracy fact is Lord William Rees-Mogg, the editor of the Times of England and a veritable societal mover and shaker, and father of Jacob Rees-Mogg, who not so long ago I lauded as a hero (demonstrating how even I can be taken in) was singing Soros’ praises and could well have been “in on it”. Even more incredible, is that Poe argued that the British establishment, of which the monarchy is a part, maybe even a key part, is behind / in front of the cabal seeking to take over Planet Earth. While the British Empire is usually seen as a spent force, he argues it has been / is far from so.

My intention is not to dissect Poe’s well laid out argument, which I found compelling, but rather to put what I picked up into that drawer of stuff that gets added to on a daily basis without being sure where it is all leading. It seems to me, after my reasonable desire to give Soros some benefit of the doubt six years ago, I now have little doubt he is a veritable baddie and a puppet on a string. Untoward stuff is happening at an alarming rate, some of which I blog about, but right now I say: “watch this space” and to quote a friend: “unsettling, so treat with pinch of salt for Our Lord reigns”.


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