With examples too numerous to detail, billionaire financier George Soros has had a long-standing excessive hatred of Israel and its influences. He has gone so far as to inject money into political bodies in that country in order to divert momentum away from Right-leaning issues.
As it is, he is a big proponent (as are many U.S. Democrats) of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, a member-based initiative meant to sever all trade and economic advantage with Israel as a manner of excommunication. While the United States doesn't appear to have a clear standing on this issue (it has not condemned the movement), Republicans are strongly opposed to its process. BDS has made its mark in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the Americas by aggressively campaigning against all things Israeli. Despite its inhibiting factors, Israel continues to trade well with its partners around the world.
George Soros, who originally hails from Hungary, is not well-received in this hometown anymore. In fact, it's a statement of fact that he is not well-received on the planet. The man has allegedly been behind many of the civilized nations' most controversial economic and social collapses, all to the financial and influential benefit of the Puppet Master.
Fox News reported on one indiscretion for which he was proven to have had a hand in, leading to a conviction:
In 2002, Soros was convicted in France of insider trading for buying stakes in companies previously owned by the government, including the bank Société Générale, based on confidential information.
Recently, Soros used his billions to undermine BSG Resources, an Israeli-based mining company with interests in Guinea, West Africa. The company, owned by billionaire Beny Steinmetz, was informed that he was being investigated for bribery charges that were initiated by the Obama Department of Justice! Steinmetz was told that in order to reinstate his company's mining rights, he would have to pay millions in licensing fees to the government of Guinea. After refusing the extortion-like requests, BSGR lost their mining rights. It's Steinmetz's contention that Soros influenced the friendly Obama-DOJ to leverage its muscle against President Alpha Conde to strip BSGR of its lucrative mining rights.
Does Soros enslave the Democrat Party? The answer is more startling than one can imagine.