George Soros, 86, is a polarizing figure. For liberals and those with a globalist bent, he is an enlightened legend. For conservatives, he is a puppet master that pulls strings to advance a non-transparent liberal agenda. To those with a conspiratorial bent, he is a manipulative master behind a mystic “new world order.”
Each of these groups received a gift found in a trove of recent email leaks from DCLeaks.com. Emails and other documented conversations paint a picture of George Soros as every bit the influential behind the scenes player. He is seen advising then US Secretary of state Hillary Clinton, working to advance the cause of open borders and unfettered immigration while working to discredit US citizens who were loudly questioning Islamic repression of free speech and taking stances considered anti-Israeli.
George Soros supports voices opposed to Israel
Emails published by DCLeaks reveal George Soros’ Open Society Foundation having an objective of “challenging Israel’s racist and anti-democratic policies” in international forums, including the UN and in the European Union and US.
Since 2010 George Soros and the Open Society Foundation has given close to $10 million to groups advocating for the rights of Arab Israelis, which one document states are targeting the Jewish state’s “restrictive measures” against Arabs and other minorities.
“In recent years the radicalization of public opinion and consecutive Israeli right wing governments have resulted in more restrictive measures against Palestinians within Israel,” a Sept. 1, 2015 review of Open Society’s Arab Regional Office’s work revealed.
George Soros advances Islamic causes
While George Soros and the Open Society Foundation were taking a stand against conservative forces in Israel, they were actively working to mute the impact of critics of Islam abroad and particularly in the US.
One program, titled Examining Anti-Muslim Bigotry Project, had as a goal raising awareness about the critics of radical Islam, research and tracking the positions of David Horowitz, Daniel Pipes, Cliff May and Liz Cheney, the daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, all of whom have spoken out against radical Islam.
George Soros active in donations to Pakistan, emails reveal an influential player on world stage
George Soros has been active in working inside developing world countries such as Pakistan.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met George Soros Thursday in New York City where the thanked the chairman of the Open Society Foundation for their charitable work following the 2005 earthquake and establishing a think taken in Lahore, the Institute of Development and Economic Alternatives.
Sharif also pitched George Soros on investment opportunities in the country.
(George Soros was separately revealed to have provided Donald Trump a $160 million loan to build the Trump Tower in Chicago, in one of several interactions that reveal a close relationship between the now Republican Presidential candidate and the liberal icon.)
George Soros Open Society Foundation hack discovered in June
The hack against George Soros and the Open Society Foundation, which operates in more than 100 countries, was discovered in June and reported to the FBI. Hackers, reported to be Russian, broke through an Intranet web site used by staff, board of directors members and foundation members.
Hacked emails show George Soros providing then US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton advice about how to handle difficulties in Albania.
When the immigration program was beginning to boil over in Europe, emails show George Soros Open Society Foundation argue the troubles should be considered a “new normal” and his organization should use the crisis as a means to generate “new opportunities” for George Soros to spread his influence worldwide.
The emails clearly document an influential man on the world stage but don’t reveal any serious issues of influence peddling for profit.
“The materials reflect big-picture strategies over several years from within the Open Society Foundations network, which supports human rights and the rule of law in more than 100 countries around the world,” a spokesperson for the Open Society Foundation was quoted as saying.