Soros Criminal Conviction Exposes “Human Rights” Scam
Posted by John MacHaffie
Soros leverages “human rights” for personal gain – as does his global NGO empire.
Tony Cartalucci, Contributor Activist Post Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Bloomberg’s report, “Soros Loses Case Against French Insider-Trading Conviction,”
indicates that an appeal based on a “human rights” violation against
Wall Street speculator George Soros has been rejected by the “European
Court of Human Rights.” Soros, who was convicted and fined for insider trading in 2002
regarding French bank Société Générale shares he bought in 1988, has
built an empire out of obfuscating global criminal activity with the
cause of “human rights.”
Image: Soros runs a global empire of NGOs leveraging “human rights” to cover
up institutional criminality just as he himself just attempted to use
“human rights” to excuse criminal insider-trading. Soros’ disingenuous
use of “human rights” is not a strategy he holds an exclusive monopoly
over, but rather one he executes in concert with very unlikely allies – Neo-Conservatives of the US State Department-funded National Endowment for Democracy and its various subsidiaries.
The court’s decision in rejecting the appeal was based on
Soros being “a famous institutional investor, well-known to the
business community and a participant in major financial projects,” and
thus should have been “particularly prudent” regarding insider-trading
laws. The contents of Soros’ appeal, based on “human rights” was not
heard, and the details of the appeal not yet made public, however, it is
an illustrative example of how Soros and global elitists like him
leverage the legitimate cause of human rights and freedom as a means to
execute and defend both individual and institutional criminal behavior.
Soros has built a global empire of networked nongovernmental organizations
(NGOs) allegedly promoting “human rights,” “freedom,” “democracy,” and
“transparency.” His Open Society Institute funds amongst many others, Amnesty International (page 10), Global Voices, and Human Rights Watch.In reality these NGOs constitute a modern day network of imperial administrators,
undermining national governments around the world and replacing them
with a homogeneous “civil society” that interlocks with “international
institutions” run from and on behalf of Wall Street and London.
And contrary to popular belief, Soros has built this empire, not
against “conservative” ambitions, but with their full cooperation.
It is difficult to find a cause Soros’ Open Society Institute supports
that is not also funded, directed, and backed by the US State
Department-funded, Neo-Conservative lined National Endowment for Democracy (NED)
and its various subsidiaries including Freedom House, the International
Republican Institute (IRI) and the National Democratic Institute (NDI)….