Billionaire progressive globalism financier George Soros seems like he will say anything in order to affect global markets and society as a whole. In an interview with the leftist British publication The Independent, Soros spoke about both Chinese dictator Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump. Soros didn't have very flattering things to say about either, but he was particularly snide in talking about Trump.
A little context shows that Soros' Trump comments came after he spoke about the leadership of Xi:
When Xi abolished term limits and named himself, in essence, president for life, he destroyed the political future of the most important and ambitious men in a very narrow and competitive elite. It was a big mistake on his part. So, yes, he is very strong in a way, but at the same time extremely weak, and now perhaps vulnerable. The struggle within the Chinese leadership is something that I follow very closely because I am on the side of those who believe in an open society. And there are many people in China who are very much in favour of an open society too.
Wrong. People are in favor of being free, not being a part of a controlled global "open society."
Following Soros' response interviewer Gregor Peter Schmitz took a shot at Trump, which Soros gladly expanded on.
Here's the dialogue:
[Schmitz:] Then again, the current US president does not really represent the values of an open and free society...
SOROS: Well, that is a weakness that I hope will not last very long. Donald Trump would like to be a dictator. But he cannot be one because there is a constitution in the United States that people still respect. And it will prevent him from doing certain things. That does not mean that he will not try, because he is literally fighting for his life. I will also say that I have put my faith in Trump to destroy himself, and he has exceeded my wildest expectations.
Think about what Soros just said. Let me isolate it.
"I will also say that I have put my faith in Trump to destroy himself, and he has exceeded my wildest expectations."
What a snake. Soros plainly admits that put his faith in the president of the United States failing, which he knows would tank the U.S. economy. Soros speaks of the U.S. Constitution as if he understand what it truly means - and he might. But, his "wildest expectations" are for that document to eventually hold no meaning.
George Soros does NOT have the U.S.'s best interests at heart, only a globalist future that serves to line his pockets.
Just as a reminder of how wonderful a person Soros is, here's video of him from January calling Trump a "conman" and "the ultimate narcissist" (Side note: Pretty hilarious that Soros has the nerve to call someone else a "conman" and "the ultimate narcissist"):