Thor Halvorssen has been known as “The Trouble Maker for Tyrants.” He is dedicated to bringing his cause to the surface by a number of ways. Halvorssen is 39 years old and is the current president of the Human Rights Foundation which is based in New York.
The company was created in the year 2005. Halvorssen comes from a rich racial background a line of relatives that influenced politics in many different ways. Because of his family’s background, Thor does not take human rights lightly. Thor basis his movement on the love and empathy has he for others.
According to The Atlantic, Thor Halvorssen has sacrificed many things for the cause. Thor and his cameraman snuck into a monastery in the Unified Church of Vietnam to interview the patriarch of the church. He was found and arrested by the Vietnamese authorities and had to convince them that he was interested in becoming a Buddhist.
Some believe that Thor Halvorssen is all the way on the right side of politics, while some consider him on the left side of the spectrum, but Thor considers himself a classical liberal. He wishes to have no ties to the label of conservative. Thor will continue to fight for human rights as long as he has a voice.
About Thor Halvorssen
Thor Halvorssen is one of the most commonly known Venezuelan activists of our time. He has also produced multiple films that touch on his work. His work includes aspects of public policy, individual rights, advocacy for democracy, and public interest. Thor attended the University of Pennsylvania where he graduated with two degrees in Political Science and History. Read more: Thor Halvorssen | Facebook
Currently, he is producing an adaption of The Moon is a Harsh Mistress. He has published work in well known sources such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. He has also appeared on many mainstream cable programs in the country.