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Speaking about Beck, Soros told Zakaria, "I would be amused if people saw the joke in it," adding that he thinks Beck is "projecting" the views of Rupert Murdoch, who owns Fox News, and who Soros accused of "telling the people some falsehoods and leading the government in the wrong direction." Soros said he thinks Fox News "has imported the methods of George Orwell, you know, newspeak, where you can tell the people falsehoods and deceive them."
Originally posted by Gixxer
love how people hate fox and think its so intelectual to call them faux news, and then quote something from the huffington post,lol wich is the biggest liberal rag of crap in the world............. also funny for the huffington post to report on how big and evil rupert murdoch and fox is when they just got sold to AOL,hahahha be careful your liberal agenda is showing.
Originally posted by searching4truth
reply to post by ~Lucidity
I agree, unfortunately there doesn't seem to be a Knight in Shining Armor waiting in the wings. The whole system is crap, however I am beyond tired of seeing atsers blaming all the world's ills on Soros because Beck said so .
Originally posted by ~Lucidity
reply to post by searching4truth
Not all are. But I do think some people just plain see evil everywhere and allow it to paralyze them.
Beck also said Google and Soros toppled the Egyptian government. Even if they did, was that such a bad thing? Suppose they did and caught the other side unaware and threw the other "side" into a tizzy?" At least the peoples' odds, though they still might be bad, are still better this way than the other way—would you rather have more wars like Iraq and Afghanistan? Would you rather have a chance at a democratically elected leader than no chance at all? There are tradeoffs everywhere in life. Just my immediate and current thoughts. Nothing more.