The list of organizations that hedge fund manager George Soros supports through financial donations is longer than most people realize. Soros, the 86-year-old, Hungarian refugee and freedom fighter, has his hands and his money in organizations fighting to eliminate the death penalty as well as organizations that want to legalize drugs on project-syndicate.org. Fighting a war on drugs is insanity, according to Soros. He wants to establish a controlled distribution network through which even the most dangerous drugs are legally available. Soros told the United Nations the war on drugs is causing more problems than the drugs are causing. George Soros also supports organizations that believe euthanasia for the terminally ill is the only humane way to end the lives of people suffering from a devastating illness.
The Soros Open Society Foundation gives billions of dollars to other organizations as well. The amount of money Soros gave away over the last 20 years is in the billions, and he’s not done giving. George wants a global society where freedom is a right, not an earned right. He wants his concept of an open society to spread to every nation, and he has some high-power supporters that want the same thing. Hillary Clinton’s open society campaign on opensocietyfoundations.org remarks came from the Soros playbook. Clinton and Soros want the same things although the Clinton Foundation doesn’t go to the lengths that the Soros Foundation does when it comes to promoting that principle.
Some people wonder why a man who is worth more than $13 billion, and a man who manages a family hedge fund that has $25 billion in assets under management should care about drug reform, the death penalty, and other social causes. The answer is simple. George Soros believes humans care about each other. The lack of caring demonstrated by some countries is the work of governments that take advantage of human rights in order to become powerful and wealthy. But, according to Soros, those governments are destined to fail, and he wants to hasten that process. The list of social reforms that Soros believes will change the world include a better understanding of the plight of refugees. And a better understanding of life itself. George may be an atheist, but he does have a sense of unity that is part of the entity that humans call “a higher power.”
According to an article published by discoverthenetworks.org, George Soros is a man with deep convictions. He has enough money and power to make those convictions a reality. He knows the world is a fragile place, and he is doing something about it through his charitable organizations on Snopes. Soros is one-of-a-kind, and he knows it. That’s why he likes to solve unsolvable problems.