George Soros Returns & Sets Sights on Trump

George Soros is a renowned investor as well as a historically generous philanthropist. He is also the biggest boogeyman that the right wing of American politics has ever seen. How do you balance those facts together? Well, George Soros is one of the few billionaire liberal elites in the world and he has come back in full force to try and oppose the degenerative campaign promises of Donald Trump, now President Trump. Soros returned in 2016 after a long political hiatus in order to oppose Trump because he realized that the stakes were simply too high to be standing idly by.

After helping Al Gore in his election bid against the incumbent President Bush over a decade ago, Soros promised to sit more idly by with his campaign contributions. He had become jaded, feeling like too much financial contribution from any one person was likely bad for America as a whole. Still, Soros knew that Democrats and progressives were woefully under-funded in comparison to right wing politicians thanks to the billionaire Koch Brothers being in charge of everything. So, Soros returned — he had to. Learn more about his profile at

Leaping back into the election fray we would see George Soros donate nearly $25 million to nominee Hillary Clinton as well as a host of other progressives down the ticket. Soros had come out strongly to denounce Donald Trump and his violent and dangerous rhetoric. and now he backed it up with his own financial contributions. Still, that wouldn’t be enough and Trump would eventually be elected to the White House. But all was not lost. The rise of Trump, as bad as it is for America, brought back George Soros to the political fray and that effect cannot be undersold to progressives.

George Soros has made a career out of helping people out who need it. The work George Soros has done alongside Open Society Foundations has been instrumental in combating serious problems all around the world. The Open Society Foundations fights for a more transparent governing body, freedom of expression, social justice, and true equality. The OSF has made an impact on every continent on the planet; even here back at home in North America. Read more at The New York Times about George.

Only a couple of years ago we saw George Soros’ faith in grassroots activism take hold and actually make a difference. The Ferguson Protests captivated the nation after an unarmed black man was killed by Darren Wilson, a white police officer. The problem of systemic racially motivated brutality by police was front and center on every TV in America. The protests in Ferguson were perhaps the most effective way at getting this message out. It was thanks to grassroots support from Open Society Foundations that they were able raise their voices and march for equality.

George Soros’ Philanthropic Endeavors

George Soros, the fund manager of New York Hedge, is recognized as one of the most politically powerful people on earth. From the early 80’s, he has helped fix political difficulties in many countries. Being rich, as he is worth $13 billion and a further $25 billion in investments, he is very influential. He describes himself as a missionary aimed at transforming the world into a better place, as well as a god or reformer the level of Einstein. Being an atheist, George Soros has made some controversial quotes such as saying he is invisible, benevolent and all-seeing.

Soros was born in Hungary on August 12, 1930 to Tividar and Erzebat Schwartz. In 1947, the family moved to England where he studied Economics in the London School of Economics. While in university, George Soros was exposed to the works of Karl Popper who became his spiritual mentor. Soros relocated to New York in 1956 to work as a stock trader on Wall Street, but later got a position at the investment bank known as Arnhold and S. Bleichroeder as the portfolio manager on Politico. In 1969, he came up with the Double Eagle Fund for Bleichroeder, and four years later set up a private partnership named Soros Fund Management, which grew to $1 billion by 1985.

Soros began narrating his story of philanthropy in 1979. In Hungary, he launched the first Open Society Foundation that was aimed at building vibrant and tolerant democracies whose governments are accountable to their citizens. He invested a lot of money in this, especially when he opened an office in Moscow. Soros continued to expand this foundation, and today it is active in more than 70 countries around the world. He opened another foundation on funneling its capital into American group and causes: this was the Open Society Institute. Soros described the institute as one that stands for freedom, democracy, human rights, social justice and a sane universe.

George Soros has been a supporter of refugees for a long time. In September 2016, he promised that his foundation would invest $500 million towards helping refugees and immigrants, especially those from Europe. His drive towards this is obvious having been born in Hungary and living in London before migrating to the United States of America. Soros also played an important part in funding the Women’s March on Washington in January 2017 to protest the agendas and policies of President Donald Trump on He also supported the mass migration of middle easterners into Europe in October 2015 when the Hungarian Prime Minister had announced that Muslim immigration was endangering Christian roots. His support for anti- Israel and Islamist groups was thus clear.

Through this resistant against Trump’s policies, Soros was privileged to work with the Clinton family and President Barrack Obama. George was 19th in 2016s Forbes list.