George Soros and Open Society Foundation Making The World A Better Place

The of Open Society works to create a vibrant and tolerant society with accountable governments that allow the people’s participation. Open Society Foundation advocates for the respect of human rights, the minority, diverse of opinions, democratic government, and a civil society that checks on the government. The organization shapes public policies that promote great fairness in political, economic and legal systems that guard fundamental rights.

Open Society Foundation implements initiatives that help to advance justice, public health, education and independent media. The foundation has alliances with countries that contribute to addressing the issues of corruption and freedom to information. Open Society Foundation works in all parts of the world and prioritizes the protection and improvement of life in marginalized communities. This article originally posted at

The organization values circulate around human rights, dignity, and the rule of law.

George Soros founded Open Society Foundation in 1979. Soros has had tremendous success as a hedge fund manager. Soros says that “What is imperfect can be improved.” George Soros first philanthropy began years ago when he supported black students in South Africa to attend the University of Cape Town. Soros First non-US foundation was in Hungary in 1984. He distributed photocopy machines to print texts that would ensure information that was previously restricted by the communist party. After the Berlin Wall fell, George Soros established more foundations in Russia and Poland. Soros work in Eastern and Central Europe was significant in the founding of democracy. Soros later moved to many other countries to form more open society organizations.

In 1991 George Soros established Central Europe University to help train the new generation of political and economic leaders. More than half of Open Society Foundation expenditure is mostly used in supporting education from childhood to university level. The foundation has also provided millions of dollars to help provide humanitarian aid and relief.

Open Society Foundation recently diffused an attempt by James O’Keefe to infiltrate it. There is an audio of O’Keefe lying to be “Victor Kesh” and leaving a message. He, however, forgot to disconnect his telephone and ended up being recorded speaking of his plans to infiltrate the foundation.

The call that O’Keefe was to Dana Geraghty and he told her that he had an interest in what the foundation does. After the call O’Keefe was heard saying “Don’t say anything before I hang up the phone.” The audio that he was recorded in last about ten minutes and is heard narrating his plans to another person about the group.

His plans to make more calls to the foundations can also be heard as he narrates. He then says that he is opening Geraghty LinkedIn page to get information and use her as an entry point to the organization. However, this was a mistake as his actions resulted in O’Keefe revealing his identity to Geraghty.

His attempts to get into organization does show ignorance his ignorance or lack of enough knowledge in technology as he is caught before he even begins his plans.

Chris Stone the president of Open Society Foundation was given the recording and condemned James O’Keefe actions. He further said that O’Keefe actions were not funny and this was some kind of dirty tricks against the foundation.

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