Since the major uprising protests happening recently in the wake of Black Lives Matter, it is recently reported that over the last month many speeches given by both Bernie Sanders and Jeb Bush have been quickly interrupted by the large amounts of voices on social media and other blog sites that strongly believe that the general interest sites are the main point of a major conspiracy, involving two main elements involved: well-known liberal billionaire with the name of George Soros as well as a very specific and also very large amount of money, which is said to be $33 million.
The American Thinker’s Thomas Lifson quoted recently regarding the subject, “The Soros-funded #blacklivesmatter movement is a big problem for the Democrats.” All of the talk and various rumors about the recent happenings have become to mainstream, that they’ve even made their way all the way up to appearances on several mainstream television shows such as Thee O’Reilly Factor and Fox News ratings powerhouse.
George Soros is not only impressively both the founder and chair of Soros Fund Management and the Open Society Foundations, but also has much experience in his field since he has been extremely active as a philanthropist since the early year of 1979. During this year he also managed to begin providing a reasonable number of funds in order to help African American students attend Cape Cod University, located in the apartheid in South Africa.
Eventually in the year of 1979, the Open Society, which is now a certified foundation, was established by George Soros after he made the decision that he had acquired enough money to support his project. Because of his superior skills while working as a hedge fund manager, new doors were open to him that allowed him to greatly further and pursue his greatest ambition which was to establish and open societies in various places with authorization through the government.
Soon after once he began supporting scholarships specifically for black students he once stated at http://www.nybooks.com/contributors/george-soros/, “Open society is based on the recognition that our understanding of the world is inherently imperfect.” He continued his moving speech by then simply stating, “What is imperfect can be improved.” More about the specifics of his fight for black students to have a better education in the long run with an overall improved future.