In a conspiracy mission, the conspirator must be smart to outdo the opponents. A slight mistake may reduce the hunter to be the hunted, and in this case, shamefully. This describes what turned out for conservative activist James O’Keefe in an attempt to infiltrate Open Society Foundation of George Soros. O’Keefe has been left badly exposed after details emerged that he was indeed playing poker in a voicemail to Dana Geraghty of Open Society Foundations. Unfortunately for him, he forgot to hang up the phone and engaged in a whole 10-minute discussion exposing his actual plan regarding the group.
In an article that first appeared in http://www.rawstory.com/2016/05/busted-conservative-prankster-james-okeefe-exposes-his-own-sting-on-george-soros-group/, O’Keefe, as evidenced in an audio recording comes out as an agent playing dirty-tricks operation against a noble Open Society Foundation. He identifies himself as “Victor Kesh” in the voicemail to Geraghty stating that he would like to get himself involved in the foundation mission. To further cement his place as a genuine collaborator, he explains that he is a Hungarian-American, same as for the founder of the foundation, Mr. George Soros.
O’Keefe, thinking that perhaps he had hanged up the call while he hadn’t, goes ahead to expose his dirty plans to an identified person. His scheme involves making similar multiple phone calls perhaps as a way to get in-roads to the foundation dynamics. In the ‘grand’ plan, Geraghty would be used as a point of entry through her LinkedIn page.
Geraghty found it a little chilling that this group of men would pin-point her as their point of entry. She considers their plan out of place technologically subsequently forwarding the voicemail to the foundation’s president Chris Stone. Stone simply downplays the scheme as worse than even the Watergate burglars. He sees the whole ordeal as laughable, but nevertheless, take note of the dirty-tricks operation in play against the foundation.
According to the Open Society Foundations’ website, the network was founded by George Soros, who currently sits as its chairman. The founding was motivated by Soros’ commitment to the idea of an open society in which rights are respected, and the government is kept in check. Since its founding, the Open Society Foundations has been able to establish the presence in more than 100 countries across the globe.
Despite the good cause that the foundation is engaged in, it has none-the-less come under insurmountable pressure to slow down especially from governments and people like O’Keefe who see it as a threat to their monopoly. The Russian government, for instance, finds it a threat to state security and Russian constitution mainly due to its push for anti-socialism.
George Soros was born in 1930 in Hungary. He fled to England in 1947 to escape the communist-dominated country at the time. He studied at the London School of Economics and later settled in the United States where he established his prominence in investment fund organization. George Soros has authored over a dozen books and several articles and essays that have made appearances in major magazines and newspapers around the world.