According to Beck , Soros is a sneaky and sly ideologue who just loves to do almost everything under the cover of darkness, using a lot of front groups and organizations to hide his real agenda.
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Glenn Beck's recent attacks on the character and machinations of George Soros
have raised speculation as to how much these stones have to do with
"social justice" or if they are prompted by Soros' arch enemy, Rupert
Murdoch. In any case, it is interesting to compare the two billionaires
and to speculate who is doing what to whom. And the even bigger
answers are not only based in the political and social views of the two
men, but how they conduct their businesses and how they spread their
George Soros is almost twice as wealthy as Murdoch and spends a much greater portion of that wealth contributing to liberal causes and charities:
"The Giving Game: Billionaire Edition"(p. 85). Conde' Nast Portfolio looks at which billionaires are giving the most to charitable causes, relative to their wealth; which are giving the least; and who is refusing to say. ... The top 10 most generous billionaires (in order of giving): Warren Buffett , Bill Gates, Eli Broad, George Soros , John Kluge, Michael Bloomberg , David Koch, Pierre Omidyar , George Kaiser, and Michael Dell. ... Among the wealthiest people in the country with no record of public giving in the past several years (in order of giving): Kirk Kerkorian , Sumner Redstone , Anne Cox Chambers, Steve Ballmer , and Rupert Murdoch.
George Soros' Open Society Foundations
has funneled money into welfare organizations throughout the world and
if any theme might be given to his philanthropy it is "social justice."
In a very real sense, Soros' philanthropy also focuses on politics both
national and international:
Open Societies Statement :
Working to build vibrant and tolerant democracies whose governments are accountable to their citizens
That statement certainly sounds noble enough, but without the word "tolerant" the statement falls flat. It can be said that from a liberal POV , Open Societies is all-inclusive, meaning: conservatism is, by nature, exclusive. In contrast to Soros' philanthropic focus, Murdoch has been putting more money into political campaigns and media outlets for the Republican Party. In response to questions put to him by stockholders in NewsCorp as to transparency, Murdoch had this to say:
"We've considered[it] from time to time. I don't believe we'll be doing it again. We'll see."
And would he be willing to involve shareholders in this process?
"No," he said. "Sorry, you have the right to vote us off the board."