Saturday, 18 June 2011

Who Is George Soros?


George Soros is a multibillionaire who backed Barack Obama, and yet we rarely hear about him. When did the popular news/entertainment shows EVER talk about George Soros, one of the most powerful men in the world? I've never heard them ever mention his name. A little background on this "gentleman":

Who is George Soros link

And another article tells about how he makes money today....every time the dollar devaluates, good ole George makes lots of money:

excerpt:

As the dollar trends lower against other countries’ currencies, people like George Soros make billions. Soros has already said “This has been a good crisis for me,” and why not? Soros was able to get 158% profits in just 24 days by buying options that stood to gain when the Euro rose against the dollar. The Euro rose less than a dime but Soros and others like him wound up with huge gains. Add another 74% profits in two weeks with options on the British pound and more profit on just a change of 9 cents – a 77% profit when the pound increased 10.3 cents against the dollar. Now with the size the bailouts and the huge multi-trillion dollar deficits, the US dollar will likely fall even more. 

link to article 

 Here's an interesting picture for you....see the man that the red arrow is pointing to?






Here's another tidbit about the Obama and Soros connection:

Something is rotten in Washington....

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