Infiltration Attempt on George Soros’ Open Society Foundation Flops

About George Soros

When it comes to global forums where issues of global economic concern, investments, finance and socio-political affairs are deliberated upon, no one’s views and opinions will be more respected than those of billionaire George Soros. Soros, the chair of Soros Fund Management LLC, has been one of the most successful entrepreneurs and financiers of our time. The Hungarian –American has his roots in Hungary where he was born in 1930 in Budapest. He was born at a time when communism was widely practiced, and NAZIs had taken control of Hungary. Also, his birth coincided with the Second World War that he survived.

Soros fled his homeland and went to England where he would later pursue his studies at the London School of Economics. After his studies, Soros moved and settled in the US. His appetite for entrepreneurship motivated him to establish International Investment Fund. He managed the fund and accumulated a good fortune. George Soros had high ambitions as a hedge fund manager thereby making him successful in financial markets. Also, Soros is a respected author in economic and political issues. His books have been among the best-selling while his articles feature among major global newspapers. Some of his books include The Tragedy of the European Union (2004), Financial Turmoil in Europe and the USA, The Crash of 2008 among other notable books.

His philanthropic efforts saw dozens of black students in apartheid thorn South Africa get a university education. Also, George Soros aided other students in Eastern Europe study abroad not to mention his efforts in establishing the Central European University in Budapest. His philanthropic effort in building the Open Society Foundation in 1979 is iconic. The foundation is based on the principles of respect for humanity, accountability, and good governance. See: http://www.nytimes.com/topic/person/george-soros

James O’Keefe’s Infiltration attempts on Open Society Foundation

One of the staff members of the Soros Open Society Foundation was recently confronted by an unusual encounter when a conservative activist James O’Keefe made an unexpected call to the institution. O’Keefe intentions for calling, however, were malicious. According to Geraghty Dana, who was on the phone, the activist identified himself as “Victor Kesh” and a Hungarian national. He claimed to be interested in getting involved with the society to fight for European values. He later ended his call by asking Dana for a person he could contact and left her with his contacts. Know more on CNBC about George Soros.

However, O’Keefe was not intelligent enough to hang the phone before picking a conversation with another unidentified person. In the voicemail extracted, he is overheard instructing the other person not to say a word before he hangs up. Furthermore, he proceeds with a 10-minute discussion on how he intends to execute his plan. He suggests some other individuals to makes 100 of such calls to the organization. Also, he suggests opening Geraghty’s LinkedIn page to access some information to ease his plan. This, however, would expose his LinkedIn account. Later Dana forwarded the voicemails to the Chris Stone, the president of the organization who ridiculed O’Keefe terming him technologically naïve.

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