George Soros Fights Against His Demonization

Demonizing people seems to be a tool used by everyone in politics. People don’t really argue valid points or debate matters anymore. Everything these days is a personal attack on someone’s character, personal life, career, or just old-fashion bullying. Unfortunately, that’s opened the door for conspiracy theorists to attack whomever they wish, and what George Soros knows.

Today, they enjoy attacking George Soros. To be clear, it’s the right-wing conspiracy theorists attacking Soros; not to say that left-wing conspiracy theorists aren’t attacking people as well. George Soros, to many people, is a brilliant professional turned philanthropist over 30 years ago. There’s no reason he’d be a target for anyone, which is what makes him the perfect target, and

According to JPost, because of his political affiliation, Republicans and their supporters go crazy when tearing down Soros’s name. Soros is a big supporter of the Black Lives Matter and Antifa movements, so conspiracy theorists claimed he caused the Charlottesville incident.

He’s also been accused of hiring women to falsely accused Roy Moore, an Alabama Senate candidate, of sexual assault. Those accusations are outrageous and obviously not true. In fact, Soros doesn’t have a problem with them accusing him of that stuff. It’s the other things he’s accused of that makes him so angry.

George Soros spent his childhood in Nazi-occupied Hungary. Obviously, being part of a Jewish family, he wasn’t entirely comfortable during those times. He understands how much hate hurts people, even when things don’t turn violent. His philanthropy is rooted in his childhood experiences.

Speaking of his philanthropy, he’s one of the most impactful billionaire philanthropists in the world. He founded the Open Society Foundations more than 30 years ago, and it’s been a part of his life ever since. It’s the primary organization he donates to. To date, he’s donated $18 billion to Open Society.

Despite all the negativity coming from people who don’t like him, Soros hasn’t stopped donating. According to NY Times, he plans on donating another $2 billion over the next two years. He wants his organization to be the largest in the world so that it can help as many people as possible, and

So far, Open Society operates in more than 120 countries; for some perspective, there are only 193 countries in the world. Currently, Open Society spends much of its philanthropic energy healing the United States, and learn more about George Soros.

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