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No go to AFRICA build a school for them!! EXcuse me but if this woman who loved the USA opportunity to be this woman with all this money WHY WHY WHY would she chose to go AFRICA to unload her money to help these people!!! Shouldn.t her obligation be to the BLACK CHILDREN HERE!! & THE AMERICAN FREEDOM THAT GAVE HER THAT DREAM CAME TRUE!!
I find it rather odd in the bio of George Soros, money man for the Obama administration and the democratic party, did not mention being a Nazi collaborator*, as a member of the Judenrat - serving eviction notices and identifying Jews who were rounded up and shipped to the death camps or the conviction of insider trading in France - a conviction upheld by both the French Supreme Court and European Court of Human Rights
*In his autobiography, entitled "Soros on Soros," he blithely describes how as a teenager he helped cart off the possessions of Hungarian Jews after they were sent to concentration camps. Soros wrote that this never bothered him, even though his father was Jewish and he grew up in a Jewish home. He says he has no regrets for his actions. "Somebody would have done it," he wrote. Soros recalls the German occupation of Hungary as “probably the happiest years of my life.”
To bad Oprah won't sign the "giving pledge" like most all her contemporaries did. She's a self centered, self consumed narcissist. Thanks Oprah for sticking this country with a rank amateur in charge when we could have had a woman, while not perfect, was at least ready for the job. Go away lady, I hope to see you fade into absentia.
By the way Oprah, Ernie Els and Gary Player (pro golfers worth one one hundredth what you are) will send more African children to school this year alone, than you will in your entire lifetime. Go away you fraud.
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