From:   Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com>
Sent time:   Thursday, October 06, 2011 7:34:44 AM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com
Subject:   Re: [september17discuss] George Soros NO THANKS !!!
 

This is a bit of a problem in terms of the Glenn Beck crowd getting paranoid, but who the heck listens to Beck anymore? Soros has done some good stuff and some bad stuff in the past, and if we want to make crystal clear we're not beholden to him or anyone else, let's do that, but I don't see any reason to condemn him (also helps that that article is in French).

Also to keep in mind, there are quite a few of the "one percent", so to speak, that do support us/our goals at least to some degree; Warren Buffet, the people holding up signs saying "we're the 1%, tax us more", others who I can't think of at the moment.

--glj

2011/10/6 jerome <nbwproject@gmail.com>
Here is an article in french in wich Soros says he supports Occupy Wall Street.

For those who don't Know Soros.
I suggest you find out.

http://www.boursier.com/actualites/economie/georges-soros-s-indigne-a-son-tour-11033.html


Le gérant de fonds spéculatif Georges Soros a pris de court ses interlocuteurs, en déclarant qu'il "comprenait franchement la réaction" des militants anticapitalistes d'"Occupy Wall Street", qui battent le pavé devant la Bourse de New York depuis près de 3 semaines. Interrogé en marge d'une conférence de presse organisée à l'ONU, le financier américain a précisé que la colère exprimée par les manifestants anticapitalistes, mais aussi par les militants ultraconservateurs du "Tea Party", visait principalement les actions des banques.

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