Glenn Beck caught a lot of flack, recently, for bringing attention to the fact that, as an adolescent, radical left-wing billionaire George Soros helped confiscate the property of his fellow Jews during the Nazi occupation of Hungary. A heartless exploitation of a tragic childhood event on the part of Beck? Hardly.

The significance of this event in Soros’s life is that he has directly expressed a lack of guilt for his participation. Instead, he describes having a feeling of detachment. Beyond heartless, Soros’s firsthand account of the heinous event approaches…pathological.

So much more on Soros, including the recent revelation that he will be bankrolling a documentary celebrating the leftists who conspired to napalm the 2008 GOP convention, can be read at Discover the Networks.

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