Thor Halvorssen And His Never Ending Fight For Freedom

heweeklystandard.com did an article in 2015 about Thor Halvorssen. Thor Halvorssen is a very interesting individual. He founded The Human Rights Foundation, and it was launched in 2005. Thor Halvorssen speaks perfect Spanish, perfect English, and perfect Norwegian. His father was from Norway, and his mother was from Venezuela.

His mother is a descendant of the first president of Venezuela also a descendant of Simon Bolivar. Simon Bolivar was the military leader that helped Latin America get independence from Spain. Thor Halvorssen follows a long line of individuals that are dedicated to human rights. He is an individual who has traveled to many different countries, and he has been a instigator in many human rights riots.

Thor Halvorssen is a person that loves people, and he is all about helping others to be able to gain their independence. Thor Halvorssen has been beaten up in many occasions because of the many ideals that he defends. Thor Halvorssen admits that he is a person that is not afraid to roll up his sleeves and get dirty when it comes to human rights.

Thor Halvorssen is thought of as a right-wing individual, because he has a lot of criticism for left-wing Latin American dictatorships. At the same time, he rejects being called a conservative, because he considers himself to be a classic liberal.

Thor Halvorssen was born in Venezuela on March 9, 1976. He is the founder of the Oslo Freedom Forum, and the Human Rights Foundation. The Human Rights Foundation is an organization that is dedicated to global human rights and freedom. Thor Halvorssen is currently producing a film that is called, “The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress.” Halverson has been able to publish many articles that have been published in many well-known magazines such as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and Time Magazine.

Halvorssen’s father was in prison while he was in college. His father was later released, and he was found innocent of all charges. Halvorssen’s mother was shot in 2004 while she was attending a peaceful protest. Halvorssen and his family are individuals that are willing to risk their life for human rights.