Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Payback is Hell

For the better part of a year I have been researching the George Soros connections to the Democrat party and his financial support for undermining the U.S. Constitution. It isn't a pretty story. I don't pretend to know Soros' motivations except to say that apparently he hates America. To that end George Soros has put his money behind any and every organization and politician who is in the business of tearing American down. If you want to know how Obama got elected, all you need to do is follow the Soros trail of operatives involved. To name just a few, he funds; MoveOn.org., ACORN, Center for American Progress, Media Fund, Amnesty International, and many many more. If you wish to look up where George Soros' money goes toward undermining our government, take a look here: Discover the Networks Now it's time for payback....and believe me, the devil wants his due.

The past couple of weeks I have learned of yet another suspicious activity by our government regarding Mr. Soros. The U.S. Government has signed a letter of intent to loan 10 billion dollars to Petrobras, the Brazilian state oil company. Guess who is a major stake holder in Petrobras? Dateline London: August 15, 2008: "Billionaire investor George Soros bought an $811 million stake in Petroleo Brasileiro (Petrobras) in the second quarter, making the Brazilian state-controlled oil company his investment fund’s largest holding. As of June 30, the stake in Petrobras, as the Rio de Janeiro-based oil producer is known, made up 22 per cent of the $3.68 billion of stocks and American depositary receipts held by Soros Fund Management, according to a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission."

You might wonder a few things upon finding this out. One: I believe our Constitution does not allow the Federal Government to be in the banking business or to give out loans to businesses. (Someone dropped that ball in the early 1900's by setting up the Federal Reserve, which is unconstitutional.) Two: America is insolvent, so how is it that we have money to loan to a Brazilian oil company? Three: If, in fact, we do have money to invest in oil companies, why wouldn't we invest in American companies who pay American taxes and employ Americans? Four: Why can we put our tax money into Brazilian oil exploration and yet disallow any oil exploration off our shores? NIMBY?? Five: Most importantly, it is obvious that Obama and his administration are not in the business of protecting American interests, but they are definitely in the business of colluding with foreign, big money players who don't want America to succeed. By intending to loan U.S. government money to enhance Soros' investments, Obama is using Americans' taxes to hand over our money to his biggest financier. If that's not payback, I don't know what is.

The most lamentable thing of all here is that so many Americans who voted for Obama thought they were voting for someone who had their interest at heart. Instead, what we have now is a President who is anything but that.

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