During a little-known interview with 60 Minutes journalist Steve Kroft, a portion of which conservative commentator Dinesh D'Souza recently "tweeted" out to his followers, Soros, a Jew himself, made some powerful admissions about his past involvement in working with Nazi soldiers to protect himself from being imprisoned or possibly killed as a result of the horrific war effort.
Soros openly admitted that he was befriended by a Nazi soldier who pretended that Soros was his adopted godson in order to protect him. This same soldier was responsible for seizing Jewish property throughout Hungary, Soros's native country, and Soros apparently helped the man commit these war atrocities at the ripe young age of just 14.
One would think that, more than half a century later, Soros would now, as an adult, be remorseful about his involvement in helping the Nazis commit war crimes in exchange for his own personal protection. But he isn't. Beyond just being grateful that he now lives to commit even more crimes against humanity, though mostly in secret, Soros told Kroft during that eye-opening interview that he isn't regretful about anything he did.
"I would say that that's when my character was made," Soros admitted about the experiences he went through as a young teen. "That one should think ahead. One should understand that, and anticipate events and when, when one is threatened. It was a tremendous threat of evil. I mean, it was a – a very personal experience of evil."
When asked by Kroft if he was ever an active participant of these atrocities, Soros stated plainly, "Yes, yes." When Kroft reiterated, "[You] went out, in fact, and helped in the confiscation of property from the Jews," Soros again stated, "That's right. Yes."
"I mean, that sounds like an experience that would send lots of people to the psychiatric couch for many, many years. Was it difficult," Kroft asked, prying deeper into the deranged mind of Soros.
"No, not at all," Soros responded, adding again, "Not at all."
The real kicker was when Soros was asked if he has, or ever had, any feelings of guilt whatsoever. Soros immediately stated, "No," which suggests that he truly is a psychopath who has no issue with harming others as long as it brings him some kind of personal gain.
It's what Soros continues to do today, most recently in the United States with his behind-the-scenes push for gun control in response to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas incident that took place in Parkland, Florida. The billionaire financier is probably the biggest reason why Americans are now having to watch false flag hacks and shills like David Hogg and Emma Gonzalez parade around on television exploiting young children in a desperate attempt to scrap the Second Amendment.
"The issue isn't what Soros did with the Nazis when he was 14. It is his complete absence of remorse for it as an adult," tweeted D'Souza along with a video clip of Soros openly admitting to his war crimes while smiling about it on camera.
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