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September 20, 2015

WWF and Monsanto in the Amazon

Filed under: Charity — tribalnetworks @ 10:29 am
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If you read a statement from the Vatican saying that the Pope is working with Satan to achieve Christian peace on Earth, you’d be a bit skeptical at least, wouldn’t you? Yet WWF frequently admit that they are “working with” monsters like Cargill and Monsanto. David wasn’t “working with” Goliath, and medals aren’t handed out for working with the enemy.

The purposes of corporations such as Monsanto are directly opposed to the declared purpose of WWF, and working with them is a contradiction. If you want to go up, the down button is irrelevant, you can’t use it to go up, no matter how good you are at “spinning” your story. If someone’s pressing the down button, no matter what they say, you know what their real agenda is (or that they’re completely insane).

Anyway, here’s an article about WWF’s collusion with Monsanto in the Amazon.
and archived as a pdf: Monsanto_WWF_Amazon

August 12, 2015

Stop the Con

Filed under: Development — tribalnetworks @ 8:43 pm

Tribal peoples are being evicted and destroyed in the name of :conservation”, though they are the best conservationists.

August 7, 2015

Breast Cancer Charity Tells Truth!

Filed under: Charity — tribalnetworks @ 8:46 pm

Unlike most of the mainstream cancer charities, this one goes into the actual causes and tries to help people understand and address them. See

June 22, 2015

Four Fake Cancer Charities Defrauded $187 Million

Filed under: Charity — tribalnetworks @ 6:38 pm

A string of cancer charities — the Cancer Fund of America, Cancer Support Services, the Breast Cancer Society and the Children’s Cancer Fund of America — have turned out to be manipulative frauds run by a family of con artists. The money they raised for cancer patients actually went to pay for personal luxuries instead — Disney World trips, jet ski outings, new cars, college tuition and luxury travel.

Only 3 percent of donations went to cancer patients.

Putting funds directly in the hands of cancer patients should take precedence over cancer charity waste, and helping patients find healing strategies that empower their immune system and energy production should be paramount to all the suppressive mainstream treatments constantly being marketed down patients’ throats.

Much more in the full article on NaturalNews.Com.
Archived as pdf here: cancer_charities_defrauded_187_million

June 4, 2015

Six Homes, Half a Billion Dollars! The Red Cross in Haiti.

Filed under: Charity — tribalnetworks @ 11:59 am
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A recent article in ProPublica highlights the scandal of a few years ago in Haiti, with new information and documentation. Mainstream Charity is riddled with waste and corruption. This investigation shows that big organizations are, even at their best, less able to use your money effectively and efficiently than if you just sent your money directly to poor people.

People all over the world are more than capable of solving their problems with a little help. They don’t need accountants, project managers, grant proposal writers, UN programs or any of the other jargon-spouting masses being imposed on them by mainstream charity and government “aid”. They just need some friends to help them out.

(saved as a pdf: Red Cross Half a Billion Dollars Six Homes

April 5, 2015

U.S. Desertification Caused by Government

[Government, not the Government]

You can see from the work of Bill Mollison and others that it’s quite possible to green the desert without massive infrastructure projects. The present desertification of the South-West of the United States is not a result of “climate change”, it’s the result of misuse of the water that’s always been there, under the ground, regardless of the periodic minor variations in climate.

The second video below gives an idea of what could have happened had common sense prevailed over the short term self-interest of a very few, and what could still happen if people wake up.

March 20, 2015

Who Benefits From GM Crops?

Filed under: Development — tribalnetworks @ 1:49 am
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Short answer, big agriculture, big business and little Bill. Bill Gates along with Monsanto are using their US government to force GM crops on Africa, says a report by FoE International. Small farmers will suffer, even more than they are under the current alleged aid and development projects.

In their press release, FoE says:

“South African farmers have more than 16 years’ experience cultivating GM maize, soya and cotton, but the promise that GM crops would address food security has not been fulfilled. Indeed, South Africa’s food security is reportedly declining with almost half the nation currently categorised as food insecure even though South Africa exports maize,” said Haidee Swanby from the African Centre for Biosafety.

“The South African experience confirms that GM crops can only bring financial benefits for a small number of well-resourced farmers. The vast majority of African farmers are small farmers who cannot afford to adopt expensive crops which need polluting inputs such as synthetic fertilisers and chemicals to perform effectively,” she added.
[strange usage of “effectively” there, maybe she knows what they’re really for!]

…According to the final declaration of the Forum for Food Sovereignty, …”Food sovereignty is the right of peoples to healthy and culturally appropriate food produced through ecologically sound and sustainable methods, and their right to define their own food and agriculture systems. It puts those who produce, distribute and consume food at the heart of food systems and policies rather than the demands of markets and corporations.”

Their press release is on their website (link) and archived [US force feeds GM crops] as a pdf
The report is also on their site (link) and archived [Who-benefits-report-2015] as a pdf

What Would You Do?

Filed under: Uncategorized — tribalnetworks @ 1:14 am
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What would you do if you
Knew all the things we knew?
Would you stand up for truth?
Or would you turn away too?

And then what if you saw
All of the things that’s wrong?
Would you stand tall and strong?
Or would you turn and walk away?

-Paris 2003

March 4, 2015

Because, Shut-Up!

Filed under: Charity — tribalnetworks @ 1:33 am
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Originally posted on Fallacy Hunt:

Ok, it’s not really a fallacy but…

If you’re big enough and shout “Shut Up!” loud enough, or threateningly enough sometimes you’ll find some spineless moneygrubbers who will accept it as a valid argument. Sad, greedy people who only care about money are a good target. This is what happened to back in February 2014 when they published an article about the obscene “compenstaion” that charity bosses get, and mentioned Rehab CEO Angela Kerins. They described how people in Ireland who know about it are sickened by this abuse of charity money.

Instead of providing an argument–for example showing how this salary was justified, or at least showing how IrishCentral’s article was wrong, they chose the SHUT-UP! argument instead, writing to their service provider and suggesting they might become embroiled in a potential court case. The mercenary cowards of course immediately took the page down. This is what happens to people…

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February 11, 2015

The Great British Charity Rake-off

Filed under: Charity — tribalnetworks @ 5:35 pm
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A Mail Online article, “The Great British rake-off… what really happens to the billions YOU donate to charity: Fat cat pay, appalling waste and hidden agendas” was published last November. It goes into some depth about how wasteful many charities are. Exposing how much money is spent on advertising, administration and so on, it details David Craig’s new book: The Great Charity Scandal, which he says “is not an attack on charity, but an attack on charities that put their own interests first”.

Well worth reading, here it is on the Mail Online website,

and archived as pdf: The Great British rake-off.

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