George Soros is an artist at living, His work of art being his esteemed life. Being a native to Hungary he moved to England in 1947 and secured work shortly after graduation as an investment banker. He eventually moved to New York as he rose through the ranks to become a sort after investment manager on time.com. He eventually branched off to establish his own company later named THE HEDGE FUND and solidifying his position as the greatest investment managers of the modern era.
George Soros later distant himself from the intrigues of the financial markets to invest in people as true living means we can be responsive to the other person. This was achieved through his widely credited OPEN SOCIETY social platform currently involved in various project well spread over 100 countries. This philanthropic projects range from basic human rights to education of native Africans under apartheid to fighting the spread of communism in Eastern Bloc by facilitating the reproduction of restricted texts. His passion for progressive on nytimes.com change led to adoption of transparency virtues in the extraction industries especially those directly involved with natural resources resulting in profit driven conflicts. His dedication to human rights activism has seen him voice his opinion in regards to asylum seekers from the Syria. He details a comprehensive plan policy that is far less disruptive and cheaper in the long run that can easily be adopted by the EU which maintains human dignity.
Democracy connotes debate and dissent, and as a stern democrat he was influential in bankrolling a legal battle against voting laws effected by the government administration of George W. Bush. The restrictive measures included nullification of ballots that might have been cast in different precincts as well as early voting that would effectively make casting of votes hectic during weekends presiding the election date on project-syndicate.org. This was his initial involvement in political matters in America.
Respect for law like any perishable commodity can be lost if not nourished and as such George Soros has been on the frontier voicing his displeasure to the injustices being committed by Russia’s president Putin to the people’s government of Ukraine under the watchful eye of the European and American administration at http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1997/02/the-capitalist-threat/376773/. He creates his own sub-culture of going against the herd by valuing the less privileged in society stating the potential tragic and far-reaching geopolitical effects that might result from the erosion of Ukraine’s independence and the growing influence of a Victorious Putin Administration if left unchecked in Europe. Leading to a predictable military confrontation between the nations involved although Russian aggression will negatively impact on the simulative effect in greater European countries. Such a blunt exchange will have few benefits, reducing the pressure on currency to settle with the bond holders as well as lowering the interest risk on premiums. He continues to advocate for the eradication of corruption in Ukraine’s black hole reducing the chances of a potential sovereign default hence persuading more cash injection to Ukraine’s economy by its foreign bank shareholders.