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Reuters publishes George Soros Obituary prematurely

Reuters publishes George Soros Obituary prematurely

It’s still live on the internet.

George Soros, enigmatic financier, liberal philanthropist dies at XX

Soros Obituary Reuters 1

Soros Obituary Reuters 2

Full Obituary available here.


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Oh, well. For a minute there, I thought the day would have a bright spot.
Never mind.

Calypso Facto | April 18, 2013 at 6:10 pm

Sadly, Mr. Soros is still working hard at his biggest currency devaluation project to date: the US dollar

As I recall, that obit is WAY soft on the Soros bio.

Not remarkably.

“Then Jesus said to his disciples, “Truly I tell you, it is hard for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 19:23)

George certainly has his work cut out for him, doesn’t he?

Oh well. Another tragedy this week….it was a fake obit.

It doesn’t look anything like the obit I intend to write when the day comes that Soros goes to hell.

BannedbytheGuardian | April 18, 2013 at 6:54 pm

He has gotta be goin out da door soon.

1. Well, George, “there’ll be many a dry eye here when you leave”, but—

2. Translation of Reuters’ description of Soros’ short selling:

Soros, all would have been well had you not exposed multinational, government-fomented currency scams. We progressives will tolerate you while you keep giving us money, but it will be a different story once your hand’s off the spigot.

No mention of his saying working for the Nazis was the happiest time of his life?

Reuters…you are such a tease!

No one lives for ever…

only the good die young…

When he does pass, I’ll be the last to utter a discouraging word…

…lest lightning strike me down.

They left out the part where he gave the world Barack Obama, and is responsible for the world chaos we’re now seeing. Left off his funding of extreme left wing propaganda machines. And neglected to mention what a sorry, despicable creature he is.

Is it customary for anyone, let alone the press, to prepare an obituary before a person dies? I always thought it was a spontaneous effort to record your thoughts after a person’s passing as you reflect on their life. Perhaps that’s just a normal or traditional perspective. If they are really infatuated with the man, they could always write a biography. That may be better appreciated by the living and his family, friends, and associates.

I’m fine with the nazi creep suffering in this world.

    David Yotham in reply to jdkchem. | April 18, 2013 at 11:38 pm

    With a few billion dollars the ‘suffering’ he experiences will be attenuated with down comforters and soft pillows as the nurse administers his IV and injections.

    Pain has a wonderful way of focusing the mind – perhaps if his monetary empire collapsed while he was in thraldom to Big C, but fully conscious…. There is nothing more poignant than working your entire life for a supposedly solid goal, and then watching it turn to dust in your hands.

    Welcome to the human race Mr. Soros.

We can dream, can’t we?

Unfortunately, when Soros’ day does finally come, as it must come to us all, I’m afraid the world will hardly notice he’s gone.

The great Bard warned us: “The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interred with their bones”.