There are a lot of articles about George Soros’s generosity on the internet. For every kind and true story about him, there’s a wicked and false story about him. Recently, Mr. Soros talked about his “demonization of philanthropy” in a JPost article.
If the wild accusations made by right-wing conspiracy theorists are to be believed, George Soros is an evil mastermind. He single-handedly caused the racial outburst that occurred in Charlottesville when Black Lives Matter and Antifa clashed with the white-nationalist rally. Oddly, those conspiracies don’t explain why Soros would do something like that, and learn more about George Soros.
Honestly, Republicans haven’t like Soros since he earned one billion dollars by shorting the British pound in 1992. Since then, a lot of people thought of Soros as secretly controlling the economy. So jumping from world ruler to destroyer of the world isn’t that far of a leap for these people, and http://www.forbes.com/profile/george-soros/.
They also didn’t like his opposition to George W. Bush during his reelection year. Obviously, George Soros is a Democratic supporter, so the thought of George W. Bush being president for a second term made him sick. He made an exaggerated statement about giving up his wealth to stop Bush from being reelected. That created a whole new generation of anti-Soros believers, and read full article.
The amount being spewed at Soros is beyond unnecessary. He’s one of the few billionaires that give to charity for a pure reason. He’s not trying to become a politician or take over the world. He grew up in a Nazi-occupied nation and understands how difficult it is for some people in the world.
That’s why his foundation, Open Society, is so important to him. It’s his way of giving back to the world and trying to make things better. When he founded Open Society over 30 years ago, he knew he was creating something special.
Now, Open Society operates in more than 120 countries. To many people, it’s the most impactful philanthropic organization in the world. It’s also one of the most well-funded organizations. According to the NY Times, Soros has donated a total of $18 billion to Open Society.
Ever since the first year, he’s been donating upward of $900 million every year. He also plans on donating an additional $2 billion within the next five years. Honestly, he’ll probably end up donating more than that, and Twitter.com.