Skip to comments.Flashback: 2003 - The sorry tale of George Soros
Posted on 10/28/2018 3:09:46 PM PDT by GraceG
The jester and the advocate don't take kindly to self-hating Jews
There was this movie with Peter Sellers in which he played a character who was with all this political correctness floating around, we don't know the appropriate phrase du Jour perhaps it is "mentally challenged", but who everybody thought was a great genius. At a press conference he was asked what he thought of China. He paused, bowed his head and slowly said, "China is full of Chinese." The reporters nodded their heads in awe and murmured, "Full of Chinese. Hmm.", remarking to each other how brilliant he was. Money also does this to people.
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Being There is my favorite Peter Sellers movie.
Hard to top “Dr. Strangelove” and his 3 roles.
That being said, the scene they couldn’t film in “Being There” (because somebody would laugh) is hilarious.
In “Dr. Strangelove” watch the face of the Russian Ambassador at the end when Dr. Strangelove’s arm is grabbing him. He almost laughs a couple of times.
Mason and Felder would get much more heat for this today than they did in ‘03, and now the prog left Rats are indeed anti Semitic, the ADL has gone stupid, and still, it is accurate and relevant today.
My favorite is the pink panther one where Dreyfus kept getting his pistol and lighter confused.
I laughed at these, and still do.
Nothing beats real classic comedy.
Thanks for posting this.
Folks were getting too close to the REAL source of who is ACTUALLY causing/responsible, for so much of the evil that is taking place. We’ve been aware, here, for years.
I guess it was getting too mainstream.
Here’s a reference listing....sort of a chronological order....
The less Liberal Jewish World Review was one of the constant hosts of the editorial column of the Conservative economist Thomas Sowell.
Wow! This is a great article from 2003! Very timely.
I especially appreciate the sentence that said if you put a pile of cash upon a donkeys back, underneath it, he is still a donkey .
I think Soros is more “upper management” instigator bag-man.
Soros has three or four (human) bosses above him.
Agreed. I don’t watch much current comedy, though I do appreciate even some crass things. There just seems to be too much dependence on it.
Funnily enough that movie came.to mind only recently. Chauncey Gardener was the characters name. I always wondered at Seller’s ability to be so funny given his depressive dark personality and his involvement with the occult. Humans are complicated creatures at times.
And mine - by a great margin. (I did not skim it.)
I once heard him asked what his real accent was. He demonstrated a few, and said he thought it was one of those - he claimed he was no longer sure. A born chameleon.
Time Magazine covers, circa 1995-97:
Rush Limbaugh: demonic.
George Soros: angelic.
That is all you need to know.
Could you please post that on EVERY THREAD TODAY??
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