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Thursday, January 29, 2004

Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Soros prepared to dig deep to oust Bush: "It is ironic that the government of the most successful open society in the world should have fallen into the hands of ideologues who ignore the first principles of open society,' Mr Soros writes in the Bubble of American Supremacy. 'Who would have thought... that the US itself could pose a threat to open society? Yet that is what is happening, both internally and internationally.'
If Americans voted Mr Bush out in November, Mr Soros said, the Bush doctrine would be seen as an aberration is US foreign policy, if not then the world would have to live with the consequences. Mr Soros was not asked which Democratic candidate he favoured, but he indicated how tough it would be to beat the president because of the rude health of the US economy.
'Karl Rove (Mr Bush's top political strategist) has done an extremely good job in pumping up the economy - he is the one who runs the economy - and they have made a more or less jobless, but profitful recovery. It's been very successful. The price will be paid in 2005 and afterwards,' Mr Soros said.
The Hungarian �migr� said, however, that turfing Mr Bush out was not enough. Mr Soros urged the development of what he called the community of democracies that could form a more effective multilateral bloc outside the UN.
'The formation of an influential democratic bloc of nations would change the character of the UN, making it more effective in influencing the behaviour of its members,' Mr Soros writes in his book. 'Repressive regimes would be excluded from active decision making; failed states could be put under protection of the UN. The currently insoluble problem of using the UN to interfere in the internal affairs of sovereign states could be on the way to a solution.'"

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