Politics is a hard game, emotions are high, and the hostile competitive edge blurs the line between good sportsmanship and foul play. This is not new information; conflict in battle has been evident since the age of time, from as far back as the Roman triumphal columns to the American Civil War photographs, the desire for an advantage has always been high in battle. So it comes to pass that confirmation was needed from a director from the Open Society Foundation to set clear that George Soros did not pay for the Black Lives Matter protest, rumored to have cost $33 million.
Conservative political groups and general-interest groups have pointed the finger at George Soros for fronting the money for the protest. A legitimist investigative reporter for the Washington Time delved into George Soros funding charities showing a strong connection with liberal philosophies. Indeed, George Soros’s proclivity toward liberal issues is not news worthy, it is well documented he supports equal opportunity, equality, and social benefits. He is a civil libertarian and human rights devotee. But would he go so far as to mock and disrupt confrontational opponents to his beliefs? Would he pay, not a couple of bucks; but, an entire fortune to get his way in this world? Is being a human rights advocate, a person that would pay for the destruction of anyone who opposes their political view? All good questions, Black Lives Matter was started by individuals who work for Soros’s charitable organizations. Open Society Foundations is one of George Soros special and dominate charitable works.
The rumor is that Open Society Foundations creates agitators to interfere and interrupt political functions held by Republican type organizations. In defense, a director from the Open Society Foundation told the media that the liberal tycoon did not directly give money to the three organizers that created the Black Lives Matter organization. The Black Lives Matter is considered to be a social media grass-roots organization stemming from Facebook and like sources. Strikingly, thirty-three million dollars is a lot of money, it wouldn’t surprise anyone that from $33 million, the money could easily be disturbed to the desired object-target. However, the Open Society Foundation spokesman Mr. Zimmerman said emphatically no, the foundation works to shape vibrant and tolerant societies, not the contrary. This organization tries to keep the government in check with the people’s natural rights and liberties. These ideals are honorable, and further information on Open Society Foundation can be found on their webpage at http://www.thedailybeast.com/topics/george-soros.html.