Soros's Role in Thailand's Fascist Coup Attempt: Save the Drugs
September 2, 2008 • 9:19PM

The fascist mob laying siege to Bangkok today is a classic example of the Soros-financed "rose" and "orange" revolutions across Eastern Europe and Central Asia, even if the color in Thailand is Royal Yellow, and they don't need Soros's money. It must be remembered that Soros infamously launched the 1997 speculative assault on Thailand in a fit of rage that Thailand and its neighbors were bringing Myanmar into the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Soros, the financier and leader of the world's movement to legalize drugs, was furious that Myanmar had wiped out the opium trade, forging peace agreements with the ethnic drug armies and unifying the country for the first time since the British colonization. He was even more furious with ASEAN for befriending Myanmar and rejecting his anti-Myanmar hysteria.

The Soros-linked mobs on the streets today against Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej, as in 2006 against the former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, are but a continuation of Soros's brutal economic destruction of Thailand in 1997, in which Soros personally stole billions of dollars from Thailand's government and population. It is also no coincidence that Prime Minister Thaksin's "war on drugs" in Thailand in 2003 was a major target of the global Soros-funded human rights mafia, building towards the 2006 coup, nor that Prime Minister Samak has discussed reviving the war on drugs this year.

Lyndon LaRouche, briefed on this situation, noted that the drug question is central to the current global strategic crisis. Without wiping out the drug traffickers, he said, there is no security anywhere. The example of Colombia crushing the FARC narco-terrorists, thus opening up the possibility of rail and infrastructure development across the Colombia/Venezuela region, is a case in point. As also in Afghanistan, where the failure to attack the drug lords has made the war on terror an impossible task, and the entire war on Afghanistan a brutal, failed policy.

LaRouche added that international cooperation on this issue is essential. Such cooperation requires the recognition that Soros is a Nazi, and has been since he was 14, aiding the Nazis in his native Hungary, that this is his ideology, and his conditioning through life. The Thailand operation, and similar operations in Ibero-America and elsewhere, are precisely the kind of fascist operations he would do - with his British controllers turning him loose to do so.