Sometimes, reality is not easy and straightforward, and its complexity can be so elusive to shake some easy certainties, prejudices and fixed ideas often structured on a Manichean polarization that always sees a face of “good” in front of an opponent the “bad.”
That good and evil exist as a primary ontological categories that substantiate the profound nature of human morality and ethics is a fact out of the question for anyone who is not marked by the post-Enlightenment absolute relativism that has become a mantra of the dominant culture.
However, especially when it comes to geopolitics, international relations, economic interests related to large financial groups, multinationals and NGOs with dubious purposes, it is good to be resigned to the liquidity and to the sudden speed with which sides, placements, alliances and friendships may change. This is the case of the relationship between George Soros, American-unghese magnate, and the Israeli English language newspaper the Jerusalem Post , a conservative and close to the Likud prime minister of the Jewish state, Benjamin Netanyahu.
George Soros is the founder of the Open Society, International Foundation officially dedicated to the defense and development of human rights and political freedoms, civil and religious worldwide. That association and Soros have been over the years various accusations to be a real center of propaganda of the international progressivism and to influence the policies of several sovereign states around the world through its actions. Carried and concealed through financing associations, NGOs, research centers, foundations and political movements of progressive orientation and, in general, used or directly involved in the creation of the liberal democratic Open Society outlined by Karl Popper and which gave its name to the Soros foundation. Classically, among other accusations made against the tycoon is to support the State of Israel and Zionism in Palestine.
Yet, according to more than 2,500 files that DC Leaks (US branch organization WikiLeaks, led by the infamous Julian Assange) has hacked by the Open Society servers and made public on the web at http://soros.dcleaks.com/ , the latter accusation does not seem to be entirely founded. The Jerusalem Post, in fact, based on their reading of some of these files – which, divided into nine sections, covering the entire globe and virtually any political-economic question might come to mind – he, just a few days ago ( link ) accused Soros to bestow generous funding to anti-Israeli groups.
In particular, the Open Society, always attentive to the rights of ethnic and religious minorities (as well as sexual ones, given the huge funding kindly provided by the foundation to ArciGay of several countries, including Italy), would support various associations dedicated to the defense the rights of Israeli Arabs, with special regard to the territories currently occupied by so-called “settlers”. The Israeli newspaper thus moving his charge to the tycoon, saying that the documents emerges as Soros, in fact, is funding the “false propaganda” for which Israel is not a democracy, but an authoritarian state with a nationalist veins, ultra-religious and racist.
Obviously, it is a very complex, layered and would require further details of those permitted by the reading of some files and a newspaper article, prudence is in order.
First of all, nothing certifies that these files are all equally true and original. WikiLeaks is definitely an organization that has caused many a stomach ache within the world elite, but also received various criticisms and doubts about the honesty and transparency of its actions. In the US, it was assumed that this latest abduction of confidential material is once again the work of Russian hackers, who would act in this way to show (not that there is a real need, given the tons of evidence to prove on this issue) as Soros is among the major promoters in the world of color revolutions and regime change , among them the coup in Ukraine in 2014, which led to the fall of Viktor Yanukovych. All this is easily conceivable, but in short, a margin of doubt about these files and their sudden appearance on the scene remains.
In addition, not enough of course dozens of files in which donations tycoon “philanthropist” to the Palestinians basically generous friends associations appear to show that Soros is a Zionist enemy, an opponent of the State of Israel or who knows what else. More soberly, we can say that the speed with which The Jerusalem Post has attacked Soros spear monsters as between him and some circles of the Israeli political right not bad blood, at least at the current state of affairs.
The suggestion that, even with all the prudence necessary, inevitably appears on the table is this. Notwithstanding the violence, brutality, injustice and para-racist attitude with nationalistic and messianic implications with which the State of Israel took possession of the Palestinian territory since 1948, it is also clear that, for a tycoon who preaches and disseminates explicitly in the world the ideals and mondialistici Masonic universal brotherhood, freedom, individualism and perpetual peace, the most conservative, nationalist and militaristic Israeli policy, embodied today by the premier Benjamin Netanyahu, is not the best of life and situation desirable policy.
If ideology Soros is the worldwide spread of liberal dogmas, it is clear that the State of Israel can not escape this logic and that the nationalistic militarism of certain Israeli circles is, in view of the Open Society, to reduce progressive weight, in favor of a worldwide open society, which also includes Israel.
This does not mean, of course, make Israel a model of anything, especially since many of the “freedom” advocated by Soros’ Open Society have full force in Israel, where it takes place every year the Gay Pride largest in Asia. Of course, even the most conservative of the Israeli right (among which the nationalist former foreign minister, Avigdor Lieberman) is currently a bank comes to progressive, globalist and annullatrice of differences, identities and cultures in a melting pot amorphous, soulless and demo-liberal, of which you see the action in the world, but most of all in Europe.
But sometimes, as we said, the reality is not easy and dichotomous as it may seem at first, and this position taken by the newspaper of the Israeli right should be recorded, even with all the prudence of the case and stating, however, that it is mostly unsupported by evidence too many suggestions. Certainly, the Jerusalem Post does not like Soros, who, given that, under a slight patina of philanthropy, the good heart does not seem to be his most remarkable feature, any interest in defending the rights of Israeli Arabs could have .