George Soros is spending billions to fund ‘global’ university network

George Soros is spending billions to fund ‘global’ university network

Billionaire George Soros said he is working to “bend” the arc of history “in the right direction.” In Soros’ case, that direction is far to the left. To do it, he donated over $32 billion to his Open Society Foundations since 1984, to further leftist ideology and activism well beyond his own lifetime. Soros has committed a combined sum of more than $2.3 billion to create a global university network to push his extreme ideology.

At 91, Soros hasn’t slowed down his radical agenda to inundate the American people — and the world — with propaganda involving leftist academia and racial strife. He recently launched a $1 billion initiative to create a “global university” network to indoctrinate the next generation with his extremist “open society” worldview.

The two educational institutions spearheading that effort — Central European University and Bard College — received another $1.3 billion from Soros.

He also devoted hundreds of millions in donations and commitments to so-called social justice and racial justice groups, including those that promote the radical idea of “reparations.”

Soros pursued those aims with everything from exploiting the death of George Floyd in 2020 to advance a leftist racial justice agenda, pledging $100 million to support radical feminism across the globe, pouring millions into left-wing journalism and financing groups promoting global climate-change radicalism and anti-police hatred.

His tremendous wealth gives him the ability to try to influence every aspect of American life — from political campaigns to drug policy. Instead of letting the foundations shut down upon his death, he guaranteed conservatives will be fighting his agenda for decades to come.


Liberal billionaire George Soros turned 91 on Aug. 12, 2021, having devoted his philanthropic life to constructing a leftist political legacy rarely, if ever, equaled. He has worked to reshape the U.S. and the world with his nebulous vision of an “open society” through billions in funding to universities, media, politicians and left-wing groups.

In Soros’ view, the hallmarks of an “open society” include global governance, open borders, fomenting unrest, undermining national currencies and donating millions to groups dedicated to crushing American exceptionalism and capitalism. Those who oppose his agenda have been his consistent targets — including Republican presidents George W. Bush and Donald Trump.

As The Washington Post reported in 2018, “[R]ather than recede from public life in his twilight years, Soros has decided to push even harder for his agenda.” The election of Donald Trump spurred Soros and his organizations to push aggressively in two key directions — education and race.

Soros ensured that his charities will be incredibly well-funded after he is gone. The New York Times reported in 2017, that Soros gave $18 billion to his leftist Open Society Foundations (OSF). It was “one of the largest transfers of wealth ever made by a private donor to a single foundation.” 

The reason: Trump and his supporters. The Times summarized comments from now former OSF president Patrick Gaspard, who “said the election of President Trump had given the organization’s work a new sense of urgency.”