It’s a common tactic of the modern extreme right to express in a way that their followers understand, but remain nebulous and open to interpretation when they are criticised. An example is the statement of ab AfD politician about the Holocaust memorial in Berlin: “we Germans are the only people in the world that built a monument of shame in the heart of its capital”
So what did he mean by that? That only Germans humiliated themselves with such a monument? Or that the Holocaust was a national shame.?Which of the two versions did he want his audience to understand?
You have to know the context. The context about that speaker was a profound racial background known from many other speeches and publications. The context about Soros is that he is hated by the extreme right and neo-nazis for supporting NGOs that promote democratic values, tolerance and open society. The context is also that there circulate the weirdest conspiracy theories about him.
So, I don’t need JAR to explicitly mention his religion. I know where his sources are. We cannot make it so easy to the haters to hide behind rhetoric tricks and formalities.