By Lionel Waxman
No one cam deny that the past week has been one of surprises, and it’s only September. Yesterday, I received promotional material for a new book that took my breath away. Had I just witnessed the October surprise a week early? Is one yet to come not only in October but November, too? The authors, Frank Brown and Lee Troxler say yes.
They say Barack Obama is a wholly-owned subsidiary of madman financier George Soros, the shadowy multi-billionaire who is credited with destroying the entire economy of Britain a few years ago while making a fortune betting against the British currency. For his trouble, he was convicted of insider trading, stock manipulation, and trading fraud. Sound familiar?
Now Soros, along with a conspiracy of Asian and European currency traders, is betting against the dollar. He hopes to bring down the economy of the United States and control the White House, all within the next eight weeks. Already there is talk in international financial circles of lowering the credit rating of the United States from AAA, for the first time in history. That would skyrocket our cost of borrowing. Soros is quoted as having said, “The main obstacle to a stable and just world order is the United States. . . . We must puncture the bubble of American supremacy.”
But first he must get Obama elected at all costs. And to that end he has managed to enlist many of the nation’s union bosses to commit more than $1 billion to the election. Soros plans a one-two punch against our economy, the first in New York in October (did we already see it?) the other in Hollywood just before the election in November.
Brown and Troxler hope their book will be irrelevant after November 5 because the American people will have had the good sense to reject this Manchurian candidate for president. This book contains scenarios that are startlingly prescient, that could have been torn from today’s newspaper. Could this election be decided by one megalomaniac?
The book is “Obama Unmasked.” It Is in bookstores now and on Amazon.com.