Many of us remember growing up in a family where manners were important. In an age, where individuals, such as our new U.S. President, Donald Trump, wishes to Make America Great Again–it seems relevant to ask individuals who make flip remarks, like Glenn Beck: Where are Your Manners? Especially when it comes to exceptional human-beings such as George Soros.
It seems reasonable to think: Why cannot persons make a living talking about informational material–material that does not take shots at another person’s reputation: Individuals, again, like George Soros.
Glenn Beck, may wish to consider the question: Where Are Your Manners Mr. Beck? One reporter, rightfully, concluded, that Mr. Beck’s campaign against George Soros lacks merit. He depicts Mr. Soros as an evil-doer of some sort. Hitler was very anti-Jewish, as we all know. In controlling the Jewish people, initially, he made outrageous claims about some very prosperous Jewish merchants. It was their activities that would be the undoing of the world population, if those activities were not addressed. What made this offering of slanderous material so pitiful, is that many of the areas where Hitler and the Nazis, suggested, the Jewish people posed the biggest threat, were areas where the Jewish population was very scarce. As everyone knows, Hitler, in and of himself became the threat. However, Hitler’s course of action, from the beginning, was to go about and con world leaders. He promised to agree upon the terms of treaties, and then completely disavowed those promises by doing as he pleased.
Mr. Beck, makes it a point that Mr. George Soros wants world domination. Historically, though, Mr. Soros has been a major force in assuring the elimination of Communism along with Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher. He is very pro-Democracy. He has a constitutional bent, second-to-none.
George Soros is very prosperous and is one of the richest persons the world over. He has made his fortune, fair and square, on the stock market and currency exchanges. Just because he possesses natural talent, in way of becoming rich, does not mean that he is aggressive or dominate. In fact, nothing in his history suggests he has ever been aggressive, in an unfavorable way. Did he practice deception with them? Of course he did.
Mr. Soros is on the favorable list, of many persons inspired by his courage and fortitude. George Soros remains and has been one of the most inspiring entrepreneurs, in the nation’s history. Hopefully, Mr. Beck will learn to mind his manners–however, not many of us are banking on it.