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Monday, June 11, 2018

Soros Loser

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One of the easiest ways of gauging the success of the Trump administration is by checking the misery index of progressive billionaire troublemaker George Soros. It's a perfectly inverse (and perverse) relationship, in which the better things get, the worse Soros feels.

Which is why Soros's recent statement that "everything that could go wrong, has gone wrong," is a cause for celebration among those of us who actually love America.

The sloth-like Bond villain, who was utterly convinced that his contributions to Hillary Clinton would amount to the successful purchase of a President of the United States, now thinks he was "living in my own bubble." Which isn't really rare among ultra-weathy self-worshipping liberal whackjobs who believe their own methane emissions smell like rose blossoms.

Soros, who still receives royalties from Lucasfilms whenever Jabba the Hutt appears onscreen, is convinced that Donald Trump is "willing to destroy the world" by doing things like trying to get the North Koreans and Iranians to give up their nuclear ambitions and building a strong American economy in which fewer people become slaves to the state.

Actually, George, he's only destroying your world...and the dystopian nightmare that you and your hirelings had planned for us.

So let us rejoice in Soros's misery and also be reminded of a very important truth: money can't buy happiness or, in some cases, plastic surgery capable of removing really hideous eye bags.

BONUS: "...AND EAT IT, TOO."

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30 comments:

Keith said...

both are spot on - thanks

Geoff King said...

George Soros, a.k.a. György Schwartz, is possibly the most evil person on the planet. With his funding of all things progressive, socialistic, and anarchistic such as Black Lives Matter, Antifa, Planned Parenthood,; and even precious little David Hogg's anti-gun rants, he meddles in everything he can to further his agenda of globalistic domination. Even his home country of Hungary no longer wants anything to do with him.
The good news is that he is 87 and probably can't actually live forever but, unfortunately, he is training his son to follow in his footsteps.
If Soros is not the Antichrist, he at least has his number on speed dial.

Regnad Kcin said...

Fuck this evil socialist twat. Being a pureblood Hunky from Cleveland, I would love nothing more than to see him die of the fungus that grew in my little brother's sneaker's insole...........

Jason Anyone said...

"BONUS: "...AND EAT IT, TOO.""


I've gotta say, this one is still one of my all-time favorites.

BONUS: "STAND UP" COMEDIAN

Bobo the Hobo said...

Shinzō Abe’s expression says it all. And is that Mr Sulu standing behind his Prime Minister?

James Daily said...

I honestly believe that Soros gets a charge out of the hate for him. His world will end soon enough and he will have no more then than now - nothing. Why anyone would like to rule the world is mind boggling in itself as again, that is nothing. If one thinks about how little this world and life means in the long run, they might get a clue. He can fund all the dissidents he can and it means nothing. Yes, they make our current life a little difficult but who in the heil wants to live in utopia anyways. To me, it is a lot of fun to watch the waling and whining and crying over not getting their way over crap that doesn't mean a hill of beans. The Mastercake shop is a prime example of this as even when they lose they cannot let go. So, Stilt, you are on the mark about a really despicable individual that has wasted his time on earth and doesn't know it.

Judi King said...

If you look up the word evil, soros picture will be there. As Geoff said, he's 87 and can't live forever. Here's hoping. He must be smart enough to acquire billions but he's a moron if he thinks a marxist utopia with him in charge is a valid reality.

Fred Ciampi said...

And he really does look like Jabba The Hut ... or is it the other way 'round?

REM1875 said...

~$*@**^( & (@(&%&~! *^~^%.....!@(& Sorass !!!

M. Mitchell Marmel said...

Does this mean the other concentration camp guards are "Holocaust survivors" too? Good God.

joe jetson said...

Trump to Merkel Caption: "No, Angele, I will NOT grab you by the pu**y."

Glenda T Goode said...

I had been thinking of Soros as Emperor Palpatine....the Sith Lord. His son is Darth

Soros is not concerned about what happens here on Earth. If we are destroyed he will merely board his spacecraft and head back to his home planet: Utopia.

Utopia is a planet that consists of a lot of hot air and miserable people; with the exception of the ruling overlords who include Soros; the minister of mis-information and New Speak.

Emmentaler Limburger said...

@James Daily: Your thoughts mirror mine to a "T". I cannot fathom what drives people like that. I can understand wanting things - in my opinion, wanting is good as it drives ambition and achievement. What I cannot understand are those who want it all, with evil intent. And I cannot fathom what would drive someone who, as indicated, is smart enough to be able to gather billions to himself cannot see that his stated goal would (a) have precluded his ability to gather billions to himself and (b) end in disaster as it has in every instance in which the espoused philosophies have been put into practice. It is, I think, the highest form of evil narcissism to think that you are sooooo smart that everyone in the world should bow to your superior will... In the end - the same end we all meet - what would it have mattered?

Rod said...

I don't understand all this either, because back in the old days people like Soros were often "taken care of" by some of their opposition.

NaCly Dog said...

Excellent snark, Stilton.

I can imagine you steepling your fingers after you posted these.

John the Econ said...

Soros and the Progressive War on the Middle Class: Over the last decade, one of my missions has been to point out how Progressives are not the friends of the middle class as they pretend to be but are in fact on a mission to destroy the middle class, which is a must in order to achieve their pseudo-Marxist utopia. A successful, affluent middle class as it has existed in America for the last century is simply impossible to control. So it must be destroyed, largely by slowly having the middle class absorbed by the already enslaved "poor", where we'd be fully dependent and more amenable to their dictates for whatever scraps they see fit to throw us. I've been calling this "trickle-up poverty", where people think they are still the middle class, but are slowly taking on attributes of the lower classes, like an increased dependence upon government services, having to spend a larger portion of income on basics, and a reduced ability to make personal life decisions.

One of the primary features of the Soros class of citizen is that their vast wealth insulates them from the consequences of the Progressive social and economic policies they advocate for the rest of us. They will never have to wait 6 months for treatment or worry whether or not an insurance company or the government will cover their health needs. They'll never have to deal with TSA agents feeling up their privates. Their kids will never see the inside of public schools that spend most of their time teaching "common core" gibberish and celebrating diversity and gender confusion. You will be stripped of your ability and right to defend yourself while they'll continue to be surrounded by their own private security forces while living in modern walled-off fortresses. To them, mass turd-world immigration only means cheap labor; not crime, overwhelmed law enforcement, schools, or social service agencies that have to deal with the other realities. And as you become less and less affluent, they'll have less of a chance of you invading their favorite vacation spots.

There is one big flaw to their plan: The bubble. The very bubble they've created to insulate them from the riff-raff also insulates them from reality. This fatal flaw is what doomed the Clinton campaign. The nature of their bubble sees to it that they are largely surrounded by a cadre of fawning yes-people who only reinforce their misconceptions instead of challenging them.

So kudos to Soros for finally getting "woke" and figuring out that he's living in a bubble of his own design. Hopefully for himself, it's too late to do anything about it.

The Bonus: That picture is priceless meme-fodder, and I knew you would not disappoint us with your use of it. Good job.

After annoying that man-child in Canada, Trump proceeded to the G7 to piss off the rest of the world's globalist hypocrites. I'm no fan of trade wars, but I am a fan of an American President finally saying "no" to the status quo, thereby upsetting all the right people. #Winning.

John the Econ said...

Raging Bull - Part Three, Drifting further away to irrelevance: (A follow-up to a cartoon from a few months ago) Ultra-liberal actor Robert De Niro's case of TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome) appears to have achieved late-stage syphilitic levels when at another pointless entertainment industry awards show where celebrities celebrate celebritydom in their own bubble of brilliance, he boldly exclaimed "F*** Trump".

Let that sink in: One of the country's supposedly most renown actors in front of an industry's most renown peers can't find anything more erudite to say than "F*** Trump"?

This is a great example of a couple of things: First, of how without scriptwriters to tell them what to say, when left to their own intellectual resource these people aren't bright at all. The only people who take what they say seriously are those who are even less bright.

Second, it's an expression of utter powerlessness and futility. This is what people who have absolutely no other power in a situation do. In other words, I call it #Winning!

(BTW, the link with De Niro's quote I used above is from The Atlantic, which was critical of De Niro. When you've lost The Atlantic...)

Shelly said...

What DeNiro and his clapping monkeys in the audience fail to realize is when they say F*** Trump, what the great unwashed sitting in front of their TVs hear is F*** You! So while they are being lauded in their circles for such courage (is it courage if they are all saying it?), the folks who vote and buy their so-called entertainment product are increasingly less inclined to purchase that product and more inclined to support the president. So how smart is that anyway?

Don in Oregon said...

Dammit Stilt, you never fail to make me laugh out loud!

Colby Muenster said...

Unfortunately, that turd Soros will likely be around at least until he's 110 because people that mean and divisive just seem to live for-friggin'-ever. Even when he does meet his Maker, I'm sure he has trained many to continue his fine work. Somewhere there is a Scott Evil to his Dr. Evil. But maybe his influence is waning? When the economy is booming, and people are not feeling so much pain, it's tough to preach how bad Trump is to all but the stupidest of the stupid. Poor widdle Wobbie DeNiwo has digressed to name calling. Weal cwassy, Wobbie.

When I first saw that photo of the G7 people yesterday, I thought it was a Photo-shopped parody. Then I about bust a gut when I realized it was real! Merkel is doing her damndest to look intimidating, and Trump appears to just be sitting there thinking that she's an idiot. I especially like Abe standing there with his arms crossed just like Trump. But... if y'all want to see a great Photo-shopped version, go visit Sondrakistan (DougM).

Mike aka Proof said...

Soros was funding some ultra lib attorney general and DA candidates, seeking to spread his rot inside the legal system. Thankfully the drone he funded in Sacramento crashed and burned.

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@Keith- Admittedly it helps when I have such big, easy targets.

@Geoff King- Money is not necessarily the root of all evil, but it can sure spread evil around effectively.

@Regnad Kcin- But if Soros was covered with fungus, would we see the difference?

@Jason Anyone- Always a pleasure to see something from the vault. Glad you liked it!

@Bobo the Hobo- It seems like there are a lot of stunned expressions whenever Trump's in a room. I must say I enjoy it.

@James Daily- Imagine if Soros had used his wealth to try to do actual good. I cannot begin to understand his mindset.

@Judi King- I'm hoping that Soros won't live forever, but who knows how long a billionaire can live with his vital organs being constantly replaced with those of healthy young orphans?

@Fred Ciampi- Can't you just picture him trying to lick Carrie Fisher with his swollen tongue?

@REM1875- Exactly!

@M. Mitchell Marmel- Hey, it was an emotionally trying time for everyone involved.

@joe jetson- Unlike the "immigrants" she's flooding her country with.

@Glenda T Goode- Yeah, the Emperor Palpatine similarity is pronounced. George is just a hoodie away from having a prize-winning Halloween costume.

@Emmentaler Limburger- The problem with liberals in general and Soros in particular is that their "good intentions" for the masses are predicated on the belief that humans are essentially cattle, whose immediate physical needs are greater than their needs for freedom, dignity, respect, or rewarded initiative. It's a sick, monomaniacal mindset.

@Rod- I can't advocate Soros being "taken care of," but I would love to see his financial influence diminished.

@NaCly Dog- And all of this time, people thought I was just cracking my knuckles. Bwah-ha-ha...

Stilton Jarlsberg said...

@John the Econ- Great take on Soros, and the Progressives' need to destroy the middle class. For them, there can only be the rulers and the ruled. I have been in the company of people with great wealth in my life, and the "bubble" is absolutely tangible. It distorts how they live, how they think, and how they interpret events in an entirely different way than is the case for those of us grounded in debt or frugality.

Regarding the G7, I didn't say much because I know my limitations. But I'll note that the first endorsement I ever gave Trump in my blog was an embrace of the "bull in the china shop" role he could play. I think there's a value to that, and we certainly just got another good demonstration.

Regarding De Niro, I'm less upset with his burst of idiotic Tourette's than I am with the standing ovation the Leftists at Radio City Music Hall gave him. It's a reminder that this isn't just about stupid actors with their 4-letter vocabularies, but rather about an actual culture war that we can not and must not lose.

And pardon me for fantasizing for a moment, but a good "Allahu Akbar" incident in that crowd last night would have gone a long way towards changing the tune of the empowered elitists. We'd suddenly be drowning in books, movies, and plays about the necessity to build walls and get tough on terror. Even so, I hope it never happens.

@Shelly- Exactly! All of those jackasses in their evening wear were standing and applauding to say fuck you, fuck me, and fuck everyone who actually cares about our country's history, values, and national security. They are defining us as the enemy, and they do so at their own ideological peril.

@Don in Oregon- For reasons even I don't understand, I believe that's my purpose in life. Always glad to hear that a laugh was generated!

@Colby Muenster- Good points! And yes, I'm heading straight to Sondrakistan.com.

John the Econ said...

De Niro's standing ovation: I can't imagine that surprised you. Do you think that he would have had the balls to say that had he not fully expected to get a standing ovation in that room? Of course not. These people are cowards. All of them. I'm willing to bet that in a room that big, there were a handful of people who knew better, but stood up anyway, because they're cowards.

Progressivism is popular in the arts because these people are in the "popularity business", and being a Progressive means never having to take a stand that isn't easy in a crowd.

Speaking of "Allahu Akbar": This reminds me of the days after 9/11 when the annual Emmy Awards had to be rescheduled several times because all of these brave American heroes were scared to death that they were next. (After all, the corrupting American entertainment complex was near the top of the list of grievances from the Islamic world) They've since become far more comfortable after over a decade of feigning sensitivity to Islamic causes (largely by purging anything the least bit critical of the topic from their content) and because they think they're far enough down the target list after their shared enemies of Zionist Jews, Christians and general freedom. Like with the Europeans, I'm afraid that they won't have their come-to-Jesus moment until it's way too late to do anything about it.

Velveeta Processed Cheese Food said...

For some time now it's been obvious Little Bobby has himself confused with sort of homicidal psycho killer he usually plays. Those characters aren't really tough guys either, just psychopaths with no limits on their behavior.

Regnad Kcin said...

@Stilton J.- Speaking of fungus, how does one know when BleuCheese has passed its freshness date ? And, the same can be asked of that skin tag of an ogre, Soros.....

Pete (Detroit) said...

Regnad, BleuCheese has only passed 'freshness date' when it's offered for sale.
As for Soron, I'm sure he was WELL passed by his 15th b-day...

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valvenator said...

Honestly, I don't ask for much, I just want my enemies lives to be more miserable than they're trying to make mine.

SoreAss Loooser indeed.

BTW, I though Michael Moore was Jabba the Hutt.
Though I'd guess he's more like Jabba the Condo.

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