But just a few years ago you could find stuff like this on Prison Planet:
Neocons like David Horowitz like to pretend Soros and his fellows are some kind of latter day Marxists. But what these guys miss — intentionally or otherwise — is that Marxism is a contrivance of the global elite. It is a near-perfect control mechanism, as Gary Allen noted way back in 1971. “If one understands that socialism is not a share-the-wealth program, but is in reality a method to consolidate and control the wealth, then the seeming paradox of superrich men promoting socialism becomes no paradox at all. Instead it becomes the logical, even the perfect tool of power-seeking megalomaniacs. Communism, or more accurately, socialism, is not a movement of the downtrodden masses, but of the economic elite,” Allen wrote.
Incidentally, Horowitz (who is no stranger to Fox News) and the neocons are also controlled by the establishment and the CIA. David Horowitz’s operation has taken moolah from one Richard Scaife, the “philanthropic” gazillionaire who worked with the CIA — Scaife’s Forum World Features, a foreign news service, was a CIA front that disseminated propaganda around the world.
Scaife and Soros are birds of a feather. Both service the elite. The CIA, after all, was created by Wall Street lawyers.
[source : FCC Talks Up Sovietization of Media, Prison Planet, http://www.prisonplanet.com/fcc-talks-up-sovietization-of-media.html, 4th June 2010]
And it is true that Horowitz was, like Joseph Farah of World Net Daily, financed by Richard Mellon Scaife:
The Scaife Foundations have been identified by the Center for American Progress as “one of the biggest contributors to the Islamophobia network” in the United States. CAP’s 2011 report, “Fear Inc.,” revealed that the Scaife Foundations “contributed $3.4 million to the David Horowitz Freedom Center, $1.575 million the Counter Terrorism & Security Education and Research Foundation (CTSERF), and $2.9 million to Frank Gaffney‘s Center for Security Policy.”
In 2013 alone, the Sarah Scaife Foundation gave roughly $625,000 to the American Enterprise Institute, $40,000 to the neoconservative Commentary magazine, and $125,000 to the American Foreign Policy Council.
[source : Scaife Foundations, http://rightweb.irc-online.org/profile/scaife_foundations/, Accessed: 11th September 2011]
And now, there he is, on Infowhores.
A BLEEPING JOKE!!