The Take Down of George Soros – Part Two

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How Iran is the Hinge for Middle East Peace and the Complete Unraveling of the Open Society

By JC Collins

It is telling of the path forward that Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway will be traveling to my home town of Fort McMurray, Alberta on January 12, 2017.  The purpose of her visit will be to meet with members of the oil sands industry and have a private dinner.  When we add this to the fact that the former CEO of ExxonMobile has been selected as the Secretary of State in the Trump administration, and the open statements supporting the final approvals of the Keystone XL Pipeline, it becomes obvious that Canadian oil will be playing a major role in the energy strategies of the United States.

What many don’t know is that American oil companies domestically produce light crude and require a steady source of heavy crude to create a blend for the refineries along the gulf coast.  Much of this heavy crude comes from Saudi Arabia with about 2.8 million barrels a day coming from the Canadian oil sands.

With some of the ongoing OPEC negotiations on oil production cuts, it is estimated that some of the Saudi heavy crude exports to America could be reduced which would require the US to pull an additional 800,000 barrels of heavy crude a day from Canada.  This could be the main reason for Conway’s visit and the Keystone approval.  But something tells me there is more to the picture.

Donald Trump has recently shutdown four different business ventures which some of his companies have been planning in Saudi Arabia.  This may just be the result of minimizing conflicts of interest now that he is President-Elect Trump but there could be a larger interest which we should consider.

The Saudi kingdom is becoming increasingly unstable with both internal divisions developing and external threats hardening.  The war in Yemen is not going well and calls for holding Saudi Arabia accountable for war crimes are growing.  Saudi’s all-out attempt to remove Assad in Syria by funding ISIS has seriously backfired and has left them exposed to even greater criticism.  And ironically enough, Trump’s call to renegotiate the deal with Iran is developing as the greatest threat to the Kingdom.

The differences between Iran and Saudi Arabia are where the real divisions in the Middle East exist.  The presence of Israel is somewhat of a red herring as either Saudi or Iran would be willing to accept Israel under the right conditions – the art of a deal perhaps.

It becomes even more interesting when we consider that George Soros helped package and sell the Iranian nuclear deal which Trump is now stating needs to be renegotiated.  When we begin to break down the components of this developing and emerging strategy we can see that George Soros and his Open Society Foundation have aligned themselves with what they thought was the winning side.  The election of Trump and the over-throw of the American establishment from within have seriously weakened this “winning” strategy.

As we reviewed in the first part of this series, the mandates of a Trump administration are in direct opposition to the mandates of George Soros and the Open Society Foundation.  This includes Trumps relationship with Israel while George Soros is funding groups attempting to influence internal politics within the nation.  It also includes the Soros support of Saudi Arabia and the removal of Assad in Syria for the benefit of a natural gas line into Europe.

What we are also witnessing is the aligning of interests between a Trump America and a Putin Russia.  Late last year Russia banned the Open Society Foundation from operating within its borders.  This tells us that Putin understands the real nature and purpose of this Soros funded foundation, which is to overthrow governments and engineer cultural transitions based on the liberal mandates as expressed in the book The Open Society & Its Enemies by Karl Popper.

Poppers book was first published in 1945 and Soros has expressed numerous times how this liberal philosophy has shaped his beliefs and goals in life.  Popper condemns totalitarianism and capitalism but was also a big supporter of communism in the Soviet Union.  This runs parallel to George Soros who did business with the Nazi’s and has grown rich from the abuse of capitalism.  Both Popper and Soros stand as contradictions to their very own expressed values.

This is not that rare.  Ideological agendas are often used as smoke screens to mask the unfavorable actions of elites.  One need only consider Soros support for Saudi Arabia to understand the contradiction.  Values to hell when one can make a profitable business deal with a totalitarian regime.

Egypt is now finding itself at odds with Saudi Arabia and could very well be planning a wider strategy to remove the House of Saud.  After suffering a “color revolution” which was funded by Soros and the Open Society Foundation, the Egyptian government has been reevaluating its position since the election of Trump.  As stated in Part One, this is another sign of the trend which is beginning to take place. This is further supported by the fact that the war against Syria has served to push Egypt and Iran closer together.

What we are beginning to see is a developing alliance with America, Russia, Syria, Egypt, Israel and Iran on one side, and Saudi Arabia becoming increasingly isolated in a changing Middle East balance of power.  This is offset somewhat by China developing stronger relations with the Kingdom.  How this plays out between Russia and China, and the BRICS group on a larger scale, will have to be seen.  But it should be noted that Soros is a supporter of China.

George Soros and the Open Society Foundation are running out of friends fast.  The connections between Soros and the Carlyle Group on selling arms to Saudi Arabia only adds further depth to the vastness of the Soros business interest and foundation manipulation.

Don’t expect the take down of George Soros to be fast.  It could be but I would tend to think that it will take place one business deal at a time and one new trade deal at a time.  The intricacies of Soros investment and business interest run around the globe.  New trade deals and alliances will cause a shifting of wealth and it is in this shift where the most damage will be caused to Soros.

The Open Society Foundation itself is obviously the extension of the ideology masquerading as a philosophy which was presented by Karl Popper in the book The Open Society and Its Enemies.  This book is basically a blueprint of the liberal agenda which has spread around the world since 1945.  This coincidently aligns with the start of the USD hegemonic Bretton Woods Monetary System.  I would suspect that changes to the world monetary system will also impact these liberal strategies and effectiveness on mass population.

More and more pieces are beginning to fit into place.  The new developing alliances and unraveling of the liberal agenda around the world are two important pieces which we need to understand.  Let’s keep our eyes on both Iran and Egypt, as I feel confident that the next big shift will take place from those nations.  The fragmentation of Saudi Arabia is all but a forgone conclusion as far as I’m concerned.  How China reacts to this will have to be seen.  But I suspect they will negotiate for their own greater good.

Now let’s close the loop on this article.  Iran is also another producer of heavy crude which could offset the loss of heavy crude imports from Saudi Arabia.  It is likely that Canadian heavy crude could not meet all the demands of the American refineries.  This will likely be a staple on any renegotiation between Trump and Iran.  Watch for it.   – JC