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George sorosGeorge Soros

George Soros (born August 12, 1930 in Hungary ) is an elitist leftist American businessman and one of the richest people in the world, current networth estimated to be at about $8.4 billion. The birth-name of George Soros is Gyorgy Schwartz, his family name was changed in 1936 from Schwartz to Soros to avoid antisemitism. George Soros later said that he "grew up in a Jewish. anti-semitic home," and that his parents were "uncomfortable with their religious roots." [1] Soros is an atheist. [2]

In 1947, George Soros emigrated from Hungary to England, where an event occurred that greatly influenced the development of George's personality and worldview. He broke his leg and was cared for by England's National Health Service, free of charge, while the Jewish relief agencies of that era did not offer him the help he believed they owed him. In that event was born Soros' favorable opinion of Democratic Socialism, and his negative view of many Jewish groups.

Soros' immediate family joined him in the West in the mid-Fifties.

Early Years

In his autobiograpy, entitled Soros on Soros . he described how as a teenager he helped to cart off the stolen possessions of Hungarian Jewish men, women and children after they were rounded up and transported to death camps. He claims it never bothered him a bit, and still doesn't bother him today. He has no personal regrets about his actions. Soros, a reputed psychopath [3] [4] [5]. told Steve Kroft of CBSNews in response to questions about his behavior in an interview with of 60 Minutes .

KROFT: No feeling of guilt?