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George Soros Calls Donald Trump A Potential Dictator

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The U.S. public has had the wool pulled over their eyes by a conman and potential dictator in the shape of President Donald Trump, according to hedge fund billionaire George Soros. Global democracy faces its biggest crisis of recent memory explains the founder of the Open Society Foundations as the promotion of democracy across the planet will be slowed y a Trump Presidency that Soros believes will continue with increasingly divisive social policies that will be used at every opportunity to increase the power of the President and his Administration; George Soros hopes the U.S. government system of checks and balances will be powerful enough to halt the march of right wing politics in the country that has spent much of its history as the most powerful in the world.

Upon winning the Presidential election in November 2016, Donald Trump was ill prepared for the position he was about to undertake as he had initially been involved in building his own brand over actually achieving an election victory on Soros believes the appointments being made by Donald Trump as his major advisors and cabinet picks are designed to bring disorder to the U.S. and cause major problems for minority groups who will continue to be targeted by an increasingly right wing Administration. Examining the picks made by the incoming President for major positions in the democratic government of the U.S. Soros sees right wing extremists and retired generals in an assembled cabinet on Forbes that is more closely related to that of Russia than its traditional European allies of the U.K. and France.

Minority groups and those who are struggling to have their voices heard in the world have always had their cause taken up by George Soros, who is himself a World War II Holocaust survivor and former refugee. The Hungarian born Soros has been a major supporter of those seeking to gain independence from restrictive regimes, such as the “Solidarity” movement of Poland during the 1970s and 80s, and formed George Soros’ own Open Society Foundations in a bid to help provide an education for young black men at South Africa’s Cape Town University during the Apartheid regime.

In terms of the coming years, Soros believes the eradication of democratic norms in the U.S. will be sped up by Trump claiming his links to dictators and restrictive regimes is based upon his own need to conduct deals that will benefit the U.S. At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland George Soros confirmed his belief the Trump Presidency on Business Insider is destined to fail as no would be dictator has taken on such a powerful government as that now seen in the U.S. as institutions within the country will block his attempts to seize any further levels of power.

Adam Milstein, Transforming Lives through Philanthropy

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Early Life

Adam Milstein was born in Haifa, Israel. His mother, Eva, was a homemaker while his father Hillel Milstein was a real estate developer. His mother moved to Israel from Mexico at the tender age of 18, whereas his father moved to Israel from Argentina at the age of 19. His father took part in the independence war of Israel as a combat sailor. Eve and Hillel settled at Kiryat Motzkin where Adam spent his childhood years. Adam speaks both Hebrew and English languages.

Education, work, and family

Adam Milstein joined the defense forces of Israel for his mandatory service in 1971. He served during the Yom Kippur War in 1973. Subsequently, he joined the Israel Institute of Technology, Technion, where he studies Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial and Business Management. While advancing his studies, Adam joined his father, and together they expanded their real estate development and construction business.

Milstein met Gila Elgrably and the two wedded in Haifa. They have two children, Merav, their firstborn daughter, and Lyron, second born daughter. A year after Lyron was born, the family moved to the United States. Milstein studies Business Administration at the University of Southern California, where he graduated with a master’s. He joined the commercial real estate sector, where he worked as a sales agent.

Adam is an Israeli-American real estate investor. He is an active partner of Hager Pacific Properties, a real estate firm. He supervises the company’s accounting, disposition, and financing. The company acquires, rehabilitates, and repositions multi-family, retail office, and industrial properties.


Milstein and his wife launched the Adam and Gila Milstein Family Foundation in 2000. This organization was formed to support the education of young professionals and students. The foundation also gives philanthropic services to many organizations to strengthen the State of Israel, the Jewish people by igniting their Jewish pride, as well as the United States and Israel relationship. Adam’s philanthropic services include partnership development, consulting, and fundraising to sponsor programs in the domain of Jewish education, Pro-Israel advocacy, and Jewish continuity. Adam’s philanthropic activities are based on three principles, active philanthropy, Life path impact, and philanthropic Synergy.

Adam is also the co-founder and National Chairperson of the Israeli-American Council. He is also a board member of several organizations such as the StandWithUs, Jewish Funders Network, Israel on Campus Coalition, etc.

Due to his outstanding philanthropic deeds, Adam received the Humanitarian of the Year Award from the American Friends of Magen David Adom.