Earlier this week, Elon Musk attacked George Soros because he announced he was selling off his stake in Tesla. Among others, Musk was attacked by Forbes magazine, calling his comments Anti-Semetic. I am not a supporter or hater of  Elon Musk or the article’s author Siladitya Ray. However, if Mr. Ray had done some research, he would have understood that George Soros is the anti-Semite, not Musk.

In what appeared to be an unprompted tweet, Musk wrote that Soros reminded him of the Marvel comic book villain Magneto.

One of Musk’s followers was quick to point out that both Soros and the fictional comic book character were Holocaust survivors and suggested the billionaire investor and philanthropist was getting attacked for his “good intentions” by people who disagree with him politically.

Musk replied to the comment by saying Soros does not have good intentions and he wants to “erode the very fabric of civilization,” ending his remark with “Soros hates humanity.”

As a former Comic Book freak and the former ad director of Marvel Comics, I can attest that Musk’s comments are accurate. Magneto hates the human race (and his fellow mutants). In the comics, Magneto is a mutant like the X-men. He believes mutants are superior to humans and rejects any possibility of peaceful human-mutant coexistence. Magneto wants to protect mutants by any means necessary – usually by taking over the world.

Ian McKellen as Magneto In the X-Men Movies

In the X-Men comics, Magneto hates humanity, just as Musk tweeted. Reading between the lines the X-men are a substitution for the Jewish Nation. The X-men is a small oppressed group of the Earth’s humanoids. Humans don’t trust the X-men, the public mutants, because they are different. Humanity wants to take away the Mutants’ rights, stop them from having the same rights as humans, and, in some issues, eliminate them.

Magneto and George Soros are indeed Holocaust survivors, but each does not like the human race or their own people. Magnito hates the X-men, and Soros is a Jew-hating Jew

Every year or so, someone tells the truth about Billionaire George Soros and gets accused of pushing anti-Semitism. The liberals protecting Soros forget that no one funds anti-Semitic organizations more than Soros (who I call “the evil dude).

In Sept 2020, Newt Gingrich was cut off the air on the Fox show “Outnumbered” for merely mentioning the role that George Soros is supporting the anti-cop agenda of the left via his campaign to elect far-left prosecutors, which was true.

Since then, liberals began to say attacks on Soros aren’t based on truth. They’re based on Antisemitism.

Folks, George Soros is a real-life Dr. Evil. The only difference between the two is that Soros is more dangerous and not as funny. He’s disrupted Democracy and Capitalism across the world. And he supports anti-Semitic causes around the globe.

From 2001-2020, the Soros network has given $2,688,561 to Adalah. According to NGO Monitor, Adelah describes itself as an “independent human rights organization.” Adelah has been instrumental in falsely accusing Israel of war crimes on numerous occasions, including contributing charges to the now-disgraced Goldstone Report and the fake 2002 report of an Israeli massacre in Jenin. Adalah has also called on governments the world over to sever or downgrade their diplomatic relations with Israel, the eternal homeland of the Jews.

The New Israel Fund (NIF) is listed as a recipient of Soros’ love, at least  $837,500 from 2009-2020. The NIF donates money to anti-Israel groups dedicated to making false charges and/or promoting the anti-Semitic BDS movement against the Jewish State, including Adalah, B’Tselem, Breaking the Silence, and Physicians for Human Rights, Social TV, and 972 Magazine, just to name a few.

Along with advocating for the anti-Semitic Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, Mada al-Carmel – Arab Center for Applied Social Research received $707K from Soros was one of the creators of the Haifa Document in 2007. The Haifa Document calls for a “change in the definition of the State of Israel from a Jewish state” and accuses Israel of “exploiting” the Holocaust “at the expense of the Palestinian people.”

And let’s not forget that Soros helped to fund the creation of J-Street, the faux pro-Israel organization that is actually anti-Israel, supports the Jew-hating BDS movement. If you don’t want to believe me about J-Street, believe Democrat Alan Dershowitz.

Why would Soros, a Hungarian Jew who lived through the Holocaust, spend so much money on the anti-Semitic BDS effort to de-legitimize the Jewish State? The best explanation comes from my late friend and teacher, Barry Rubin:

On November 7, 2003, almost five years after the television interview, Soros made a rare appearance at a pro-Jewish Jewish event, a conference of the Jewish Funders Network. Asked about Antisemitism in Europe, Soros responded that it was the result of the policies of Israel and the United States, and particularly of President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. “If we change that direction, then antisemitism also will diminish,” he said.

Once again, his words led somewhat in the wrong direction as some of the attendees were outraged. After all, blaming Jews for Antisemitism is an old argument of Antisemitism.

A 2016 document leak by DCLEAKS also revealed Soros’ association with the anti-Israel and pro-BDS organizations.

Not all of the conspiracy theories about Soros are true. But his funding of liberal prosecutors and his support of anti-Semitic causes, along with his attempts to destroy capitalism (which will be covered in a future post), have been proven. So don’t try to tell me that Musk’s criticism of Soros is an act of Antisemitism. Criticize Soros for funding and supporting Antisemitism.