I'm writing a book on the biography of George Soros. Please tell me what you think of my excerpt?
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.
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.
-- Colonel Jack Fessender (RET.)