1986 to 1987 saw the early effects of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev’s glasnost policies begin to take effect in eastern Europe. George Soros, whose insider currency speculation made him one of only a few Wall Street vampires to make out financially in the “crash of October 1987,” began to take advantage of the situation in eastern Europe. Two weeks after “Black Monday,” Soros shorted the U.S. dollar and his Quantum Fund ended 1987 with a 13 percent gain in value. Soros was flush with money to launder to groups in eastern Europe, funds the CIA calls “kosher cash.” Soros intended to weaken the then-ruling Communist governments. One of Soros’s first targets was Czechoslovakia.
Soros, who already had a link with the CIA through his participation in and funding of a number of CIA groups, including the Council on Foreign Relations, funneled cash, and lots of it, to “pro-democracy” pressure groups like Charter 77 in Czechoslovakia and Solidarity, both now known as nothing more than CIA fronts. In fact, the Charter 77 Foundation received a third of its funding from Soros, with a substantial amount of its remaining funding provided by CIA-linked entities like the U.S. National Endowment for Democracy (NED). Soros began his infiltration of eastern Europe in 1984 when his New York-based Soros Foundation signed an agreement with Hungary that established the Soros Foundation Budapest. Eventually, Soros Foundation Budapest merged with a Cold War CIA front in Paris, the French affiliate of the Congress for Cultural Freedom.
Soros’s championship of “themed revolutions” through “non-violent” street action has often led Soros-backed groups to commit acts of violence. This has been seen on the streets of Kiev, Tbilisi, Caracas, Cairo, Sana’a, and Damascus.
With Soros’s agents and money flooding Czechoslovakia and helping to prop up Charter 77 and leaders like Vaclav Havel and Karel Schwarzenberg, a leader of the Czech opposition based in Vienna, did Soros raise the stakes by helping to fund acts of terrorism in Czechoslovakia?
The CIA report states “the recent bombing of the Czechoslovak Communist Party’s headquarters at Ceske Budejovice and subsequent attempted attacks on the party’s buildings in other cities have alarmed authorities and led to heightened security at facilities across the country. [The source of the CIA’s information is redacted].”
The CIA then reveals the Prague government pointed the finger at foreign agitators working through “youth gangs.” The major funders of youth groups agitating against the Communist government at the time were supported by Soros and the NED. The question remains: Did George Soros authorize acts of terrorism against the Czechoslovak government? If so, why is Mr. Soros not in prison for aiding and abetting acts of terrorism in Europe?
The CIA analysis of the terrorist attacks concluded that the violence may have represented the work of an “outside group.” Again, the finger pointed at Soros. An entire paragraph in the report on the Czechoslovak bombing campaign remains redacted by the CIA.
The CIA believed that the bombings were conducted in order to mobilize the “usually apathetic” Czechoslovak population. The CIA has its own sordid history of waking up apathetic populations through the use of false flag terrorist attacks.
Mr. Soros is a major contributor to Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Soros’s possible activities in 1986 and 1987 may eventually show that Mrs. Clinton’s campaign was financed by a bank roller of terrorism.
Wayne Madsen is an investigative journalist who consistently exposes cover-ups from deep within the government. Want to be the first to learn the latest scandal? Go to WayneMadsenReport.com subscribe today!