George Soros was born in Nazi-occupied Hungary. As a young boy, he escaped the country going to study at the London School of Economics. George Soros personal fortune is estimated to be $13 billion while he controls about $25 billion in his investment firm. Most of it from betting the right way against the Bank of England in one move.
If you read his writings, it is plain to see that he has an exaggerated self-view, according to Discover the Networks. In his 1897 book, The Alchemy of Finance, he compared himself to God, Albert Einstein and John Maynard Keynes. In Underwriting Democracy published in 1991, Soros declares that he has messianic fantasies that he hopes one day to be able to afford. In a 2010 interview with host Glenn Beck on Biography, he compares himself to God in the Old Testament describing himself as benevolent, all-seeing and invisible.
Open Society Foundations
Soros is the founder of Open Society Foundations. First formed in Hungary, this organization now operates in over 70 countries around the globe. In his book Open Society: Reforming Global Capitalism, George Soros supports democracy, social justice, freedom, human rights and social responsibility as being the rights of everyone regardless of where they live. In the book, George also plainly states that he feels important because of his money saying that everyone is glad to see him.
Soros is an active supporter of many organizations including:
Human Rights Watch
Arab American Institute
The Sentencing Project
The Center for Community Change
The American Institute for Social Justice
People of the American Way
Democracy for America
The Midwest Academy
George Soros would like to see a totally different America than the one that is known today. George Soros is willing to spend his money to try to influence the way that things are done in America. This Hungary-born self-made activists is an active supporter of those on his side. George Soros writings on nytimes.com indicate that he sees himself as one of the most important people to ever have lived.