We left off showing George Soros’s proud involvement in his best organization, Open Society Institute, (OSI), which he used way to “push” ideas that otherwise were not very good. As shown below, this organization had its beginning with George Soros right after his work with the Nazi Party in 1945 but Soros was not able to create what he wished until 1993.
The Open Society Institute (OSI) was founded in 1993 by the multibillionaire hedge-fund manager George Soros. When Soros attended the London School of Economics (LSE) beginning in 1947, he was exposed to the works of the Viennese-born philosopher Karl Popper, who taught at LSE, and whom Soros would later call his “spiritual mentor.”1 Most notably, Popper’s 1945 book The Open Society and Its Enemies introduced Soros to the concept of an “open society,” which affected him greatly.
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