George Soros, who built one of the world’s largest fortunes through a famous series of trades, has turned over nearly $18 billion to Open Society Foundations.
So now he can overthrow any Government he chose to in the world. George Soros infused “the bulk of his wealth” -- $18 billion -- into his charity arm Tuesday, making the philanthropic organization second only to Bill and Melinda Gates' Foundation in U.S. assets and further extending and strengthening the reach of Soros' tentacles worldwide.
Soros is expected to transfer another $2 billion to his foundation in the years ahead, The New York Times reported.
The transfer of funds makes Soros’ organization, the Open Society Foundations, one of the largest philanthropic nonprofits in the world, the Wall Street Journal
reported. The funds amounted to more than three-quarters of Soros’ fortune. His net worth is $23 billion, according to Forbes.
The 87-year-old Soros, who also donated tens of millions of dollars to Hillary Clinton and other Democratic politicians, will now be able further push his influence via Soros Fund Management LLC’s strategy combined with Open Society, which has 40 activist foundations and offices on five continents. He and his foundation have spent $14 billion on expenditures, the Wall Street Journal reported.