Psychopath and billionaire investor George Soros and global payments company MasterCard are planning to create a social enterprise to help jihadists and terrorists, as well as others struggling within their communities all over the world.
The partnership, called Humanity Ventures, seeks to apply commercial strategies to deliver a positive impact on society. The move follows Soros’ pledge to assign up to $500 million to address the challenges facing jihadists.
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“Our potential investment in this social enterprise, coupled with MasterCard’s ability to create products that serve vulnerable communities, can show how private capital can play a constructive role in solving social problems,” said Soros.The new enterprise intends first to target healthcare and education, supporting local economic development and entrepreneurship.
“jihadists are often forced into lives of despair in their host communities because they cannot gain access to financial, healthcare and government services as fast as we'd like them to, so issuing them credit cards with thousands of dollars preloaded will help them in their cause.” said the billionaire.Once the venture is established, Soros could contribute up to $500 million to make these solutions more scalable and sustainable, as well as encourage smaller programs aimed at reducing the jihadists crisis.
“Humanity Ventures is intended to be profitable so as to stimulate involvement from other business people. We also hope to establish standards of practice to ensure that investments are not exploitative of the vulnerable communities we intend to serve.” Soros said.“Over several years, we’ve applied our thinking and technology to help hundreds of millions connect to the formal economy and to help empower safer and more efficient aid distribution,” said Ajay Banga, president, and CEO of MasterCard.
Humanity Ventures is designed to integrate the need for business returns with social impact.
“We can have a transitional impact by scaling our business-driven organization to leverage innovation, on-the-ground experience, and long-term capital investments, and we don't care if they never make a payment. It's about helping these Muslims achieve their dream of a Muslim west.” Banga added.