Soros Fights Back, Tries To Control Obama Administration
December 5, 2008 • 4:32PM

Although London asset George Soros paid to make Obama the Democratic Party candidate for President, Obama has announced a cabinet in which Soros interests have no predominance, as Lyndon LaRouche has pointed out recently.

Soros is using various means to fight to regain control. One is through his agenda for legalization of narcotic drugs, for which he has recently founded a so-called Latin American Commission on Drugs and Democracy, headed by bought-off former presidents of Mexico, Brazil and Colombia. In support of this Soros effort, the Wall Street Journal today published a long op-ed by Soros' long-time drug henchman Ethan Nadelmann, begging Obama to consider drug legalization. The Journal also includes a short rebuttal by White House Drug Czar John Walters, also addressed to Obama.