Soros Sees Himself as a God and the US as a Threat to the World

zef art /
zef art /

If you’re anything like me, you’ve likely heard that billionaire George Soros is pretty much single-handedly funding the liberal movement. But did you know he’s doing so because he thinks he’s a God?

Yes, he literally thinks he’s a messiah of sorts, destined to create, bring life, and reshape the world in his image.

Hell, he’s even admitted it on a number of occasions.

In 2004, for instance, the Los Angeles Times wrote a commentary on Soros, noting that at one point, Soros had said, “I fancied myself as some kind of god… if truth be known, I carried some rather potent messianic fantasies with me from childhood, which I felt I had to control, otherwise they might get me into trouble.”

However, as an adult and a rather financially successful one, he now feels completely “comfortable about living out his purpose…

“It is a sort of disease when you consider yourself some kind of god, the creator of everything, but I feel comfortable about it now since I began to live it out,” Soros said in 1993, according to a UK Independent article.

So how has he “lived it out?”

Well, for starters, he grew massively wealthy, even rather famously shorting the British pound, adding a whopping $1.5 billion to his profits and essentially crashing the UK’s central bank.

He then took on the Soviet Union’s former republics, conquering their wealth and calling it the “Soros Empire.”

And, of course, then he turned on the United States, which he has consistently said is a “threat to the world” as it suffers from a “deficiency of values.”

Needless to say, he’s been trying to ruin the US or at least add some “value” to it ever since. He’s poured millions into anti-Israel groups. He’s funded criminal justice reform nationwide, ensuring that those like Alvin Bragg, George Gascon, and Kim Foxx serve as prosecutors to defend criminals.

And now, he’s even taking on the climate, funding efforts to redirect sunlight away from the Earth back into space.

But at 92, I feel his god-like abilities are short-lived…