George Soros Talks of Economic Collapse in the West

By:  Alex Newman
01/24/2012
       
George Soros Talks of Economic Collapse in the West

Billionaire investor George Soros, infamous for his lavish funding of big-government and globalist causes, dropped several bombshells during a recent interview with Newsweek including a bold forecast of potential Western economic collapse, massive civil unrest, and the end of what he likes to paint as the “free market.” He also sees the emergence of one of the most dangerous periods in modern history, describing it as a time of “evil.”

 

Billionaire investor George Soros, infamous for his lavish funding of big-government and globalist causes, dropped several bombshells during a recent interview with Newsweek including a bold forecast of potential Western economic collapse, massive civil unrest, and the end of what he likes to paint as the “free market.” He also sees the emergence of one of the most dangerous periods in modern history, describing it as a time of “evil.”

Riots on the streets of America are inevitable, the financier explained, expressing his thoughts on the subject in a manner Newsweek described as “almost gleefully.” And it will likely be used by authorities as an excuse to crack down on dissent. The “strong-arm tactics” Soros predicts will be employed could even bring about a “repressive political system” in the U.S. where individual liberty is curtailed, he said.

“The collapse of the Soviet system was a pretty extraordinary event, and we are currently experiencing something similar in the developed world, without fully realizing what’s happening,” he told the magazine before heading off to the World Economic Forum in Davos, a yearly gathering of top central bankers, executives, and political figures set to begin on Wednesday.

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Goerge Soros (photo)

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