Qnet is a well known direct selling company, but the company has also grown a reputation as one of the top backers of philanthropy on the Asian continent to coincide with the rising levels of success seen for QNet. The India Education Diary reports the Indian government has recently been seeking the best ways of improving the standard of living for students across the country, which includes finding better ways of raising awareness about safe drinking water and hygiene levels.
QNet has been a major supporter of many philanthropic activities across Asia in its bid to maintain the success of communities across Asia that will benefit from the continued success of QNet. The company has always looked to give back to community groups who the company remains active within; much of the success of the group is located within the RYTHM foundation that is based upon the principles followed by QNet founders Joseph Bismark and Vijay Eswaran. QNet has been based in Hong Kong since its inception in 1998 following a period of research and education by founder Eswaran to make sure he was ready to take on his role as the leader of a multi-national corporation, Wikipdeia reports.
The group has often sought out the best partners in any area of the world it is located in to make sure the philanthropic enterprises it is seeking to begin; in the Southern India region of Hyderabad the Lions Club is already active in the bid to improve hygiene for all residents of the area. In terms of the latest program operated by the Lions Club and QNet the aim is to provide safe water storage for 800 students at the Sriram Nagar government school in the region. Success for both QNet and the Lions Club will not be limited to the provision of safe water, but also to establish continuing programs to ensure all students and staff are aware of the benefits good hygiene can provide.
Thor Halvorssen has been doing it big lately. This crazy smart guy is using pop culture and social media to make human rights issues more visible, and it’s working. Media has changed and the founder of the Human Rights Foundation knows this. The HRF does big things around the world. They expose the atrocities and corruption of authoritarian dictators no matter where they reign on the globe. The group also helps the afflicted, the victims of authoritarian rule. So Thor Halvorssen was a little confused on an interview with Fox News recently.
Presumably, the newly born social media star, was there to talk about authoritarian dictators and their atrocities, but the interview started with something quite different. It seems the news anchor was bent on smearing presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and his democratic socialist ideas. The stunned Thor Halvorssen had then explained to the anchor that democratic socialism is not a problem. He even threw successful democratic socialist governments at the anchor as evidence, like as Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Authoritarianism, unilateral and unchecked power is the enemy, he says, not socialism.
But the Fox News anchor kept at, insisting that socialism itself was a violation of basic human rights. The cool-headed Thor Halvorssen then reached a tipping point, hitting the anchor with stunning information — he supports the compassionate platform of Sen. Bernie Sanders and denigrates the platform of Hillary Clinton and all Republican presidential candidates. The Republicans, he says, publicly support strong-armed authoritarians such as Vladimir Putin of Russia and that is unacceptable. Hillary Clinton, the human rights rockstar continues, is even worse. He believes that she has taken large campaign contributions from dictators and authoritarians from outside the United States. He fears what a Clinton presidency would look like if Hillary turned a blind eye on the actions of dictators throughout the world in a quid pro quo response to their large contributions.
He expressed that he believes free-market capitalism is a way to fight dictators and that he does not agree with everything Bernie Sanders says, but he is not in the pockets of authoritarian dictators. The contentious interview turned into a clip shared on social media, making Thor Halvorssen an Internet sensation.