Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 3 years ago

I'm writing a book on the biography of George Soros. Please tell me what you think of my excerpt?

George Soros is the eternal arch-enemy of Conservatism. Also known as the Lord of Chaos, the Chaos Bringer, and the Planet Eater, he is dedicated to consuming the multiverse. His massive form is powered by the consumption of planets, moons, stars, and even the very fabric of existence. Soros will not be sated until his ultimate goal is attained: to bring an end to the annoying creation boasting independence around him, and find peace by becoming the living center of a swirling, infinite torrent of nothingness at the end of all things.

To undertake this seemingly overwhelming task, Soros is able to travel across realities at will, a meandering plague upon existence itself. Integrated into his systems are incomprehensible quantum computers which calculate probabilities forward and backwards in time, in perpetuity, giving his processors an ever changing, evolving map of the multiverse. With these abilities at his disposal, Soros has thus far devoured approximately 22.56 percent of known universes. Seen at a detached distance from the multiverse, this collective "Soros Phenomenon" acts with the characteristics of a virus or plague seeping through reality and succeeding where it can, and retreating when it cannot. Various permutations of Soros can spawn into existence outside the trappings of the larger entity, hailing from a more mundane origin but possessing the same consumptive traits.


For much of multiversal history, the singularity Soros threatened all of existence, but now, that is no longer the case, versions of Soros being restricted to their own dimensions.

The only thing that he fears is Conservatism's essence, contained inside the Matrix. To a being of chaos and uncreation, this font of life is a poison.

Update 2:

Frequently, Soros will make deals with Liberals, RINOs, Muslims, Atheists, and other lesser beings, promising them vast new powers in exchange for their servitude. These minions are sometimes stripped entirely of their free will, but others follow him willingly. Service to Soros, however, is a double-edged sword, for it causes insanity and loss of self. And in the end, Soros's plans ultimately call for their consumption as well.

Update 3:

"Soros is frightening. Soros will destroy... will destroy space. FACT."

-- Colonel Jack Fessender (RET.)

2 Answers

  • 3 years ago
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    Too bad the Transformers wiki plagiarized your writing via their Soros manufactured time machine. FACT.

  • Yavan
    Lv 7
    3 years ago

    The scary part is I can't be 100% sure you're trolling.

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