Introduction – April 10, 2019
What follows is a very subtle and significant smear job and it takes disinformation to a dangerous new level. Because while it reports the sacking of one “bigot” it strives to neutralise criticism of George Soros by insinuating that such criticism is motivated by “anti-Semitism”.
This fails to address concerns about the type of movements that George Soros’ Open Society Foundation actually funds. These range from sponsoring Black Lives Matter, whose protests have often turned violent. To bankrolling a variety of causes that are generally liberal but have one purpose: to enable Soros to acquire political power and influence.
This has nothing whatsoever to do with “anti-Semitism”. The accusation is simply used to silence some very genuine questions about the billionaire’s real motivation.
Why for example are Soros’ funded-organisations actively involved in funding migrants to Europe and the U.S.? Does he really want to help migrants? If he did you’d think he might start in Syria, which is only now recovering from years of Western backed strife. Hundreds of thousands of displaced Syrians are returning home to rebuild their lives but Soros isn’t helping them.
Instead, he’s encouraging young, single and often uneducated migrants to travel to Europe and the U.S., where most end up in low paid menial work, at best. While at worst, many either end up subsisting on welfare handouts or drift into a life of petty crime. This doesn’t help anyone, least of all the migrants, but it will contribute to the disintegration of the Western social fabric.
Is this what the billionaire philanthropist really wants? Societies where Soros and his billionaire buddies live in hi-tech affluence while the rest of us subsist in near medieval squalor. Where the only criterion for social status is how much wealth you have.
As for Roger Scruton denying that “Islamophobia” was a problem: he may be right insofar as it’s not a genuine problem. Because we know that much of Islamophobia has been covertly cultivated by Western intelligence agencies in an effort to promote a conflict between Islam and the West.
Think 9/11 or 7/7 or the way that Osama bin Laden was recruited by the CIA to become the face of global Jihad. Or the way the Manchester bomber, Salman Abedi, was part of an MI5 program that allowed British-Libyan citizens to freely travel to Libya to help topple Gaddafi, in exchange for becoming an informant for British intelligence.
Indeed, it is often difficult to distinguish where Western sponsored covert operations end and real terrorism begins.
Sure, you get the odd dupe who believes the subtle “War on Terror” propaganda and insults Muslims. But some like Brenton Tarrant, who was allegedly the “lone gunman” in the recent Christchurch massacre are assisted by other shadowy figures.
For example, FOUR individuals were initially arrested after the Christchurch shooting, Brenton Tarrant among them. What happened to the other three? Were they helping him?
Such inconsistencies in media coverage suggest that what follows isn’t ‘news’, as such. It’s more of a public relations effort on the part of government officials and journalists to gloss over the crimes of George Soros. Ed
Government sacks Roger Scruton after remarks about Soros and Islamophobia
Matthew Weaver and Peter Walker – The Guardian April 10, 2019
The government has sacked its housing adviser Roger Scruton after he appeared to repeat antisemitic statements and denied Islamophobia was a problem.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Housing said: “Prof Sir Roger Scruton has been dismissed as chairman of the Building Better, Building Beautiful commission with immediate effect, following his unacceptable comments.”
In an interview with the New Statesman, the rightwing philosopher was unrepentant about his views on George Soros, the Hungarian-American philanthropist, who is frequently cited in antisemitic conspiracy theories and attacked by Hungary’s rightwing prime minister, Viktor Orbán.
“Anybody who doesn’t think that there’s a Soros empire in Hungary has not observed the facts,” Scruton told the magazine.
Scruton, who has been a friend of Orbán for more than 30 years, denied that he was antisemitic or Islamophobic. He said Islamophobia had been “invented by the Muslim Brotherhood in order to stop discussion of a major issue”.
Scruton also said: “Hungarians were extremely alarmed by the sudden invasion of huge tribes of Muslims”, and accused the Chinese of “creating robots out of their own people”.
Scruton’s sacking follows Labour-led calls for his dismissal. His comments came at an especially awkward time for the Conservatives as the party has been coming under increasing scrutiny over its stance on Islamophobia while continuing to attack Labour for antisemitism.
Last month the party suspended 14 members for allegedly making Islamophobic comments after a string of abusive posts were uncovered on social media.
Theresa May’s spokeswoman said the communities secretary, James Brokenshire, had sacked Scruton in a phone call. She said: “These comments are deeply offensive and completely unacceptable, and it is right that he has been dismissed.”
Asked why Scruton had been given the unpaid role in the first place, given earlier similar comments, the spokeswoman said: “He was appointed because of his expertise in the built environment. His comments are clearly distracting from the important work of the commission and so it is no longer right for him to act as a government adviser.”
Earlier, the ministry said: “It’s very clear from the interview Prof Sir Roger Scruton is not speaking for the government.”
Dawn Butler, (the shadow equalities secretary who considers trans “women” all-female), said Scruton’s new comments were “despicable and invoke the language of white supremacists”.
She added: “His claim that Islamophobia does not exist, a few weeks after the devastating attack in Christchurch, is extremely dangerous, and his defence of the prejudice stoked by Viktor Orbán’s government in Hungary is appalling.”