George Soros: Stop Being Afraid Of Radical Islamsts Or Something

When George Soros makes a statement, you should understand that it’s necessary to do exactly the opposite

The terrorists and demagogues want us to be scared. We mustn’t give in

What he means are you people giving in to fear of people who want to kill you, your friends, your loved ones, your coworkers, and your fellow citizens. He makes a long case about fear, that this is what the jihadis want (mostly, they want to kill infidels), so we need his big idea of the Open Society!

How can it be stopped and reversed? Abandoning the values and principles underlying open societies and giving in to an anti-Muslim impulse dictated by fear certainly is not the answer, though it may be difficult to resist the temptation. I experienced this personally when I watched the last Republican presidential debate; I could stop myself only by remembering that it must be irrational to follow the wishes of your enemies.

See? You shouldn’t do anything to fight back! He irrationally equates the fight instinct with fear.

To remove the danger posed by jihadi terrorism, abstract arguments are not enough; we need a strategy for defeating it. The challenge is underscored by the fact that the jihadi phenomenon has been with us for more than a generation. Indeed, gaining a proper understanding of it may be impossible. But the attempt must be made.

And that strategy would be? He’s a little vague on this point. OK, well, he offers nothing but his Open Society, which means, surprise, letting all the “Syrian” refugees in. Which is easy in his world, because he has a massive security component protecting him, whether he’s at one of his numerous homes, on one of his planes, or out and about. Think they aren’t armed? Remember, he wants to take your guns away.

Oh, and as The Last Refuge points out, Soros seems to be afraid of Donald Trump.

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