George Soros Infiltration by James O’Keefe Derailed

The Philanthropic foundation, Open Society Foundations, was recently targeted by activist James O’Keefe, but according to a article, infiltration of the grant-making George Soros institute didn’t go as planned.

Apparently, O’Keefe’s ill-conceived sting operation included calling Open Society Foundations, under the moniker “Victor Kesh,” with hopes of digging up dirt. However, to their amazement, after leaving a message for Dana Geraghty, an Open Society Foundations employee, O’Keefe “forgot” to hang up the phone, uncovering a 10-minute conversation that derailed his entire plan to penetrate the organization.

Pretending to be a Hungarian-American citizen, interested in furthering the fight for “European values,” O’Keefe’s mishap inadvertently revealed the true nature of his call: to malign the Soros organization. When O’Keefe unknowingly left the line open, he held a discussion with an unknown person, about making a hundred or so more misleading calls to Open Society Foundation. Surprisingly, the current uploaded transcript of the call reveals that James O’Keefe isn’t unsusceptible to using dummy LinkedIn accounts, or training British nationals to scam unsuspecting employees.

This isn’t the first time James O’Keefe has been caught with his pants down. In fact, the Republican activist slash undercover hack reporter and film maker is known for infiltrating companies, as well as partaking in some illegal stunts. Back in 2010, the FBI arrested O’Keefe, regarding a foiled plot to install listening devices in Senator Mary Landrieu’s office. A guilty plea from O’Keefe netted him three years probation, community service, and a fine, which many felt was a pretty light sentence for breaking into a U.S. Senator’s office to tamper with the phones. Now this latest debacle in the failed George Soros and Open Society Foundations infiltration has become a hilarious twist in the wind for O’Keefe.
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Building Open Societies

Open Society Foundations is a philanthropic network with a global reach in more than 100 countries. Founded in 1993 by George Soros, Open Society is committed to promoting the development of tolerant, free, democratic and open societies that adopt divergent thinking.

Born in Hungary, George Soros immigrated to the UK and studied economics at the London School of Economics, earning a B.S. and Ph.D in economics, he began his employment in a London brokerage firm. Soon thereafter, George Soros left London for New York City, and worked on Wall Street as an analyst, creating the very first hedge fund. Ranked by Forbes as the second richest hedge fund manager in the world, he earns revenue upwards of $3 billion dollars a year, and has an accumulated fortune reported over $20 billion. A great portion of his wealth is spent on philanthropic activities, like supporting the Human Rights Watch, and financing medical studies, to name a few.

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Human Rights Foundation Seek To Publicize The Mistakes Made By Celebrities

The celebrity conscious world we live in often sees public appearances made by music, acting, and sports stars with government figures from around the globe. The Human Rights Foundation has recently used the appearances by global stars in closed societies to publicize the issues facing the people living under a strict regime; in the past, the group headed by film producer Thor Halvorssen has raised awareness of trips made at the request of dictators from around the world by rapper Nicki Minaj and soccer star Lionel Messi.

Thor Halvorssen has been a major force in the human rights community for a number of years, and formed his own Human Rights Foundation in 2005 to bring awareness to the problems facing people in the 21st century. Halvorssen has developed a successful career as a film producer in Hollywood, but also works with a number of groups to assist in promoting the human rights of those who have had them stripped away.

The work of Thor Halvorssen has not been limited to his role with the Human Rights Foundation, but has also seen the activist take a leadership role in assisting young people in taking their first steps into an activism role. Following the launch of the Human Rights Foundation the Venezuelan also launched the Oslo Freedom Forum and the Children’s Peace Movement. The Oslo Freedom Forum has proven a particular success for the University of Pennsylvania graduate since it has been attended by global activists with established and growing reputations.

Thor Halvorssen has looked to use his position within the media to make people aware of the missteps taken by a number of celebrities; the film producer has written open letters to stars calling upon them to change their travel plans to known closed societies. A Christmas performance by Nicki Minaj in Angola is perhaps the best known event in the history of the Human Rights Foundation because of the stance the charity took over her performance for a well known dictator.