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August 12, 2015

Stop the Con

Filed under: Development — Direct Sponsor @ 8:43 pm
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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 — Direct Sponsor @ 8:46 pm
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Unlike most of the mainstream cancer charities, this one goes into the actual causes and tries to help people understand and address them. See breastcancerfund.org.

June 4, 2015

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

Filed under: Charity — Direct Sponsor @ 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.

https://www.propublica.org/article/how-the-red-cross-raised-half-a-billion-dollars-for-haiti-and-built-6-homes

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

March 4, 2015

Because, Shut-Up!

Filed under: Charity — Direct Sponsor @ 1:33 am
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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 IrishCentral.com 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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November 18, 2014

Western NGO workers live luxuriously while Ebola orphans left to fend for themselves in Liberia

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Western aid agencies areusing the plight of Africa’s Ebola orphans to fund a lavish lifestyle in $800-a-night hotels and leaving the children to fend for themselves, according to Liberia’s development chief.

Children who were forced to watch their parents die and were then shunned by their community are being ignored while useless facilities are being built, according to Julia Duncan-Cassell, Liberia’s minister in charge of saving the orphans.

She accused the agencies of handing out $235 daily allowances that are higher than her salary – and that the money invested is wasted on expensive hotels and driving around in big cars.

Meanwhile thousands of orphans have been abandoned to the care of neighbours and relatives who are struggling to find money and food to support them.

Much more in the full article: mailonline.co.uk
Archived as pdf here: NGO_workers_exploit_Ebola_orphans

June 28, 2013

Bono partners with Monsanto, G8, to wreck African farms with GMOs

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Rady Ananda
Activist Post

At the G8 Summit held two weeks ago at Camp David, President Obama met with private industry and African heads of state to launch the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition, a euphemism for monocultured, genetically modified crops and toxic agrochemicals aimed at making poor farmers debt slaves to corporations, while destroying the ecosphere for profit.

And Bono, of the rock group U2, is out shilling for Monsanto on this one.

More at activistpost.com

saved as pdf: Bono_Monsanto_etc

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