George Soros’ Attempts to Retain the Democratic Values and His Thoughts

George Soros, an investor billionaire and philanthropist, is known for his attempts to retain the democratic values not only in the home country, the U.S. but across the world. It was quite evidenced when he tried to stop the President Donald Trump in the Presidential election 2016 by supporting Hillary Clinton. Soros felt that the divisive speeches of Donald Trump clubbed with the lack of clarity in major policies making him not fit for the job. The environment of fear created by Trump forced Soros to call him “doing the job of ISIS.”

Due to that reason, he went on a spent spree in the election and reportedly donated more than $25 million for Hillary Clinton’s campaign. It was the first time after a decade, Soros was significantly contributing in elections – in 2004, he contributed $27 million to defeat the then President George W. Bush. Soros contributed large sums to Hillary supporting groups and PACs, and that provided a significant financial edge for her in the election against Trump. Soros donated $7 million to one of the largest Super PACs backing Clinton named Priorities USA Action. Soros also gave away $2 million to another PAC named American Bridge 21st Century that is working to resist all the Republican candidates including Trump. Read this story about George at politico.com

Immigrant Voters Win, a PAC working for increased turnout from Hispanic voters in critical swing states, received $5 million from Soros. He donated another $5 million to Voting Rights Trust, a group working to resist the conservative attempts to restrict voting. It is also revealed that Soros donated $2 million to America Votes, a voter mobilization group. Soros also contributed $1.5 million each to Planned Parenthood Votes – a PAC supports candidates who are backing abortion rights – and Senate Majority PAC – a PAC working for the victory of Democratic Senate candidates.

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While coming to his thoughts on capitalism, Soros says that it is endangering the democratic and open society largely. Though he earned billions from financial markets, Soros admits that the biggest threat to open society in today’s world is capitalism. He felt that both communism and Nazism are totalitarian concepts that do not support any free thinking and resist open societies. Due to that reason, Soros founded Open Societies in 1979 to spread the concept of open societies to make a total transformation in various societies.

Soros tried to intervene in many countries including South Africa, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Hungary, China, the Soviet Union, and more, in the initial years. He could significantly transform many of those societies and make political changes in some of them. George Soros feels that open societies can also be threatened by even excessive individualism or capitalism. He says that too much competition added with very little cooperation can create inequities and instability in the society. Read more at The New York Times about George.

An Update On George Soros

Today, we speak of George Soros. We include this powerful billionaire in an open discussion with the now United States president.

Rumors and financial figures press the media to believe George Soros lost close to 1 billion dollars during U.S. election. It comes as no surprise then that the investor Soros is telling the same media of Donal Trump’s demise. And it’s not that George Soros aims to sabotage the new U.S. Presidency.

The standing U.S. President is said to be incompetent according to the self-made billionaire. George had donated $2.5 million to support the Hillary campaign and the last these his name was discussed in the same phrase with Pres., Trump. The urgent push by George Soros suggests that Trump is set to destroy himself.

The current changes and public display in the Trump campaign also came under scrutiny. The condition on Business Insider is accumulating opposition targeted and aimed the Trump administration and for its deficiencies. George Soros and even the U.S. people are following this trend and the same strong sentiment seen in U.S. Media.

But there are also skeptics who feel that George Soros is only publicly fuming his frustration after losing over $800 million and from the new, standing U.S. Presidency. The specific quotes made by Soros is why the online community is in an uproar. That Donal Trump is “an imposter,” is being used on many headlines today.

You will also hear Trump being called a “con man” and by the billionaire investor George Soros. The real consideration from this calamity felt by many in politics today is that expectations weren’t met. The current U.S. President is revealing, as felt by modern U.S. sentiment, that he may posses numerous inabilities on Forbes.

It’s common for politicians to enter office and perform differently from their promises made during the election trail. Yet what we get from the general message spread through George Soros is that the failures of Trump today were things obvious during his campaign.

George Soros publicly called Donald Trump a failure and to symbolize how the U.S. President has done nothing impressive to date. Let’s us see where this all goes. …

– The Life Of George Soros

George Soros got his start as a world-renown philanthropist from his history of once being a refugee. The investor’s Hungarian heritage was left behind, lost in his native country and taken at his young age of 13. All of this occurred in a great escape of George and his family while fleeing Nazi occupation in WWII.

His career as a credited investor began in London where his family found refuge though. The early days in Europe enabled Soros to find work in a train yard and then eventually as a restaurant server on opensocietyfoundations.org. These odd jobs gave George the option of going to school.

That’s exactly what the mogul did to be one of the world’s greatest financial minds.