Conservative activist James O’Keefe’s plan to infiltrate the Open Society Foundations that is funded by billionaire, philanthropist George Soros has been exposed. According to a report by Arturo Garcia of Raw Story, the plan was thwarted right on its track after O’Keefe forgot to hang up his phone during a telephone conversation with an OFS representative. During his conversation, O’Keefe’s identified himself as “Victor Kesh”. He told Dana Geraghty that he was a Hungarian American keen to support the organizations endeavor of promoting European values and other popular positions. Whilst listen in on the 10 minute “off-camera” audio O’Keefe was heard telling an unidentified person, details about his elaborate plan.
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He said that he plans to make hundreds of calls of a similar nature. O’Keefe was also heard saying that he will open a LinkedIn page with Geraghty’s name to ease his way deeper into George Soro’s organization. Before “ending” the call, Kesh requested Geraghty to give him the details of a contact person in the organization. Geraghty was astonished by the revelation that a group of men were planning to use her identity as an entry point to infiltrate the organization she served diligently. To counteract the plan, she quickly forwarded the voicemail to Chris Stone, who is the president of the organization. Chris ridiculed O’Keefe’s attempt as an underhand tactic and scam designed to denigrate Dana Geraghty and the Open Society Foundations. News of the revelations first appeared in the New Yorker Magazine.
About George Soros and the Open Society Foundations
George Soros is a world renowned investor, author and philanthropist with Hungarian and US citizenship. He is best known as the Chairman of Soros Fund Management and Chairman of Open Society Foundations. According to excerpts from Wikipedia, Soros Fund Management made a profit of $1 billion by short selling 10 billion pounds during the infamous Black Wednesday UK Currency Crisis. Forbes ranks George Soros as the 27th richest person in the world with a fortune estimated at $23 billion. His organization, the Open Society Foundations are present in over 100 countries, and runs on a budget of over $800 million as of 2011. The organization works to promote the fundamental values of the open society such as transparency and human rights. Visit opensocietyfoundations.org to know more about George Soros
George Soros is also well-known as the founder and supporter of progressive ideas, liberal political causes and philanthropy. He started his philanthropic work in 1979 by sponsoring Black students in apartheid South Africa, pursue higher education. As an accomplished writer, Soros has written several books, essays and articles on various topics, including; open societies, economics, globalization, politics, philanthropy and society. According to http://www.cnbc.com/george-soros/ his bestselling books include “The Crash of 2008 and What it Means”, “The Tragedy of the European Union”, “The Age of Fallibility” and “Open Society”. Many of his articles have appeared in major magazines and newspapers around the world. Soros holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master’s in Science in Philosophy from the London School of Economics.