George Soros Attacked for Standing for the Weak People

The most stylish liberal commentator recently wrote an article about a certain media house making an attack on a certain prominent citizen. Hendrik Hertzberg has been on the field long enough to know when criticism is fair and not fair. He deemed the criticism on George Soros by the Fox television as unfair. He even termed to what the cable network reported about Soros as being lies and a mere witch hunt to a patriotic citizen of the United States of America on Forbes. Hendrik Hertzberg was not satisfied with the 30 seconds advert that had been created by the TV program to show the morality of the program. According to Fox News, they used quotes in a white and black background to show that this individual was not proud to be a Jew and that he was quite anti-Semitic. George Soros was also said to have helped the Nazis prosecute his fellow Jews.

The Fox television managed to carry out this attack using quotes from George Soros book, the World According to George Soros and placing some of the quotes in the show without any context. This way, the TV host managed to bring out a different meaning from what the quotes meant. The show presenter Glenn Beck, is making an attack not only on George Soros but anyone else who stands for liberal causes as well as anti-totalitarianism. Soros is very popular when it comes to funding liberal causes and fighting against the oppression of people all over the world.

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Soros has stood up for several democracies across the world. Currently, he is involved in Burma to ensure that the dictatorial regime comes to an end. Previously, especially last year, George Soros was so determined to see that the European Union came to the aid of the Ukraine in the Russian-Ukraine conflict. George had created a winning strategy for the new Ukraine and in this strategy suggested that more sanctions should be placed on Russia. He also strongly campaigned for Ukraine to be loaned money by the International Monetary Fund.

He mimics the program and says that the only thing that it might have taught the American people is the way George Soros used faked identities and forged document to survive in the Nazi era when living in Hungary as a small boy. The other allegations that he is an evil man who is used to manipulating people to satisfy his ego and interest is not true. In this program, Soros is portrayed as having engineered revolutions and coups around the world in countries like Czech Republic, Georgia, Croatia, Slovakia and even Yugoslavia. The show presenter then asks where he is likely to participate in the toppling of the current government and ridiculed Soros saying maybe it could be in the US. However, despite all this rattling by Fox News about Soros funding revolutions, they left out the point that people in these nations were fighting against communism as well as post-communist dictators.

Learn more about George Soros: http://www.politico.com/story/2016/07/george-soros-democratic-convention-226267

Malini Saba Helps Women and Children in the Globe

Malini Saba is one of the most influential women in the world today. Malini is the founder of an organization known as Stree: Global Investments in Women. Malini is a respected businesswoman who has been quite successful. She was relocated to the United States when she was only nineteen years, and she had to endure several challenges. Apart from being successful in business, Malini is known for her involvement in philanthropic activities.

 

Saba helps women in the world through her charitable organization, known as Stree. Saba started the foundation so that she could assist the underserved children and females in the world, especially in developing countries. Saba has worked very hard, and she has been lucky to make an impact in the lives of many women. The successful businessman believes that children and women are important for the future, and providing educational and healthcare opportunities for them is imperative. If women and children have a safe environment to live in, their future is brighter.

 

Malini Saba believes that success is doing what someone loves, and accomplishing everything they need with a smile every passing day. According to her, happiness is the real success, and it only comes when an individual stays true to themselves and also doing what they love most. Money is not the only thing that brings joy.

Saba says her greatest success in life was getting her daughter several years ago. Although she has achieved a lot in her career, her daughter brought everything she needed in life. She was able to understand the reason she had started the foundation and why she had always felt that the world should be better.

 

The successful businesswoman has one main philosophy: she believes that what has happened in the past cannot never be changed. These things might occur in the personal life or business life of an individual. The most important aspect is reflecting on the past and doing everything to learn from it. At the end of it all, everyone is looking for the path that leads to happiness. It is vital for all people to understand that happiness does not come when a person gets plenty of money or fame. It takes more than that to be happy. If everyone realizes what makes them happy early in life, it is easier to live a fulfilling life. The world will be a better place when everyone is happy. People will also be able to live in harmony in a comfortable environment.

 

Brazil’s Trade Deficit Is Down By More Than 30 Percent From The 2015 Figures

 

Brazil’s economy is showing signs of life once again. The figures coming out of Brasilia are still negative, but the export business increase by 1.3 percent in August and the trade deficit shrank by more than 30 percent in the first nine months of 2016. That is the second-best showing since 1997. The growth in exports is an encouraging sign for the businesses in Brazil that ship products to other countries. The automotive industry keeps getting stronger, and the food, drink and tobacco industry are posting positive figures as well. But energy, raw materials, and the non-chemical industries are still having trouble. The economists are still predicting flat GDP growth in 2017, but according to Flavio Maluf, the CEO of the building material supplier, Eucatex, 2017 may surprise those economists.

 

 

Foreign investors are feeling better about Brazil. Companies like Microsoft, General Motors, Ford and Google believe there’s money to be made in the largest economy in Latin America, and Maluf agrees with them.  Even though Brazil’s construction business is soft, Maluf’s company is manufacturing more products for countries like Sweden, India, and the United States because of new construction projects in those countries.

 

 

Eucatex is an environmentally friendly building supply manufacturer that uses renewable energy in all company factories and offices, a huge advantage for them now that Flavio says the economy is on the rise. The company also owns a eucalyptus tree forest, so it can replace the trees the company uses for some of their branded products. Flavio Maluf is a sought after speaker and environmentalist that helps other companies set up an eco-friendly workplace. President Michel Temer recently signed the Clean Air Agreement and Maluf is one of the entrepreneurs that is bringing the message to businesses in the large Brazilian cities. Eucatex is based in Sao Paulo, and Maluf is very active in improving the air quality and the recycling programs in that city.

 

 

Brazil is on the verge of a recovery, and Flavio Maluf is one of the business leaders that is responsible for making that a reality, especially in the state of Sao Paulo.  Follow along with his career, and what Flavio is doing next on his official website: http://flaviomaluf.com/

Highlights of the Career of Flávio Maluf at Eucatex

 

President of Eucatex in Brazil, Flávio Maluf, has experienced a wonderful career. He has enjoyed being part of the growth of a company that offers both high-quality and environmentally friendly products. He has worked for Eucatex since 1987. After a long and diligent career, he has earned the title of Company President, and that was announced on their website.

 

Born in 1961, Flávio Maluf is a Brazilian native. He attended school in the United States for a year at the prestigious New York University and graduated with his mechanical engineering degree from Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado, (FAAP) in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Family has always been important to him. Shortly before he began his career at Eucatex, he married Jacqueline de Lourdes Torres Coutinho in 1986. Together, the loving couple had a family of 3. Their children have gone on to achieve their own personal successes as well. For example, their 22-year-old daughter went to school for Chemical Engineering in London, their 19-year-old has formed a company and a foundation and their 15-year-old wants to go into the field of engineering and is studying the trade in London.

 

Throughout his career, Flávio Maluf has seen the company go through much growth. He’s worked in several divisions since his start there in 1987. He began his career in the company’s trade division. He then moved into the industrial division where he worked for 10 years.

 

In 1996, his uncle who was the president of Eucatex at the time invited Maluf to join the Executive Board. Because of his excellent work on the board, Maluf received the promotion to President in 1997. He’s since worked to create innovative product lines and in 2010, he supervised the inauguration of a new factory in Salto. His focus has always been to keep the company current with the times and modernize management and operations.

 

Eucatex began in 1951 as the first company in Brazil to take environmental concerns into consideration. They pioneered by using eucalyptus as the raw base material for their panels, sheets and building materials. Their first factory was located in Sao Paulo. Eucatex has grown to produce products like acoustic ceilings, wood fiber sheets for furniture manufacture, insulation and acoustic panels.  Check out Flavio on Facebook for more, or read one of his great columns in Terra about Brazil’s economy, and what the outlook means for the future.