It will come as no surprise that Glenn Beck’s broadcast biography of George Soros last week has triggered a vast brawl concerning his interpretation and treatment of the topic.
The uproar revolves around Beck’s portrayal of Soros’ role in the Holocaust. Beck repeats the widely known story concerning Soros’ involvement in handing deportation orders to Jewish families on behalf of the Nazis. He emphasizes that Soros was only fourteen at the time and does not condemn the activity, asserting that the matter remains “between Soros and God.”
[…] there’s no question that the incident occurred. In fact, there’s considerably more to it. Soros also assisted in the collection of Jewish chattels — clothing, furniture, and the like — for shipment to Germany. We have this on the highest authority, from an eyewitness of unimpeachable status: Soros himself. During a 1998 “60 Minutes” interview, Soros admitted to the entire story without hesitation. He also stated that he felt no guilt, adding that the situation cannot be understood be anyone who was not there. […]
Only Jews are be let off the hook for complicity in the Holocaust.