George Soros: The Giving Man

Being born in Nazi-occupied Hungary, George Soros saw the horrors of Nazism.

He witnessed the brutal treatments that happened to the citizenry there that the Nazis had placed upon them.

Given that the country was under Communist rule in 1947, George Soros left his Hungarian homeland to the United States for better opportunities.

Soon to become commonplace historical fact, George Soros was fortunate to make a decent living on Wall Street.

Due to his experience on Wall Street, this would then lead him to build a reputation that would be second to none, in being at the right place, at the right time.

In 1992, George Soros had strategically bet $1 billion against the British pound, at the right place, at the right time.

Because of this, his new nickname, “the man who broke the Bank of England”.

However, George Soros had other aspirations other than breaking The Bank of England: one of which was being charitable.

In fact, his main efforts was and still is to promote human rights and democracy throughout the world: this is being successfully achieved through the Open Society Foundations, beginning in 1984, when it was first founded.

It was first largely closeted as to how much he had deposited into the Open Society Foundations over the course of two decades.

However, that number can finally be revealed: $18 billion.


Taking Action

During the panic ebola outbreak, the Open Society Foundations was successful in funding treatment centers for the 2014 ebola outbreak.

The Open Society Foundations also describes itself as a defender against “hate incidents”, a mission that has become a relative new concern as of recent due to the 2016 election.

Mr. Soros of The Open Society Foundations is intently keen to prevent that type of criminal activity with the commitment of $10 million to stand by that action, and learn more about George Soros.

His political views are very much in support of the Democratic Party.

During the 2016 election, his support to be focused towards Hillary Clinton and her fellow Democratic cohorts during the 2016 election.


Foes of the Open Society

No one is without enemies: that also includes George Soros.

Most of his political enemies are aligned of the conservative political stance.

Most of George Soros’s enemies usually accused him trying to circumvent the national borders in order to take control of the countries through the European border.


Charitable Causes

The impact of the charity cannot be measured….simply.

The Open Society Foundations has more global impact than the Ford Foundation.

The Open Society Foundations spends $900 million annually, which is more than what it is legally required of the charity itself to advance its charitable causes.

The Open Society Foundations pledges to fund another $2 billion investment over several upcoming years, and Soros’s lacrosse camp.

Through Open Society Foundations, George Soros is closely aligned and completely focused on these issues that are, at present, incredibly of grand importance to him.

With George Soros closely leading his own foundation, The Open Society Foundations is can maneuver towards the charitable wishes that it states that it is fighting for, and

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