‘Those who toil and live in want all their lives are taught by religion to be submissive and patient while here on earth, and to take comfort in the hope of a heavenly reward. But those who live by the labour of others are taught by religion to practise charity while on earth, thus offering them a very cheap way of justifying their entire existence as exploiters and selling them at a moderate price tickets to well-being in heaven.’
VI Lenin: Socialism and Religion
Charities are businesses ‘exempt’ from paying tax under UK Law. Many of these charities arose in the 18th and 19th families, and were founded by individuals and families who had made vast fortunes during the Industrial Revolution (and the vicious exploitation of the workers), and also through the institution of trans-atlantic slavery (and the brutal exploitation of African men, women and children). This process of immense wealth-generation was aided and abetted by European imperialism and colonialism throughout the world. British society was highly dichotomised with a minority rich on the one hand, and a majority poor on the other. This era also saw the founding of a permanent ‘police force’ designed to protect the interests and privileges of the rich, from any incursion by the poor. The Christian Church – which had fully backed the exploitation of the poor, imperialism and war – advised its rich followers to give a small portion of their ample income for charitable causes. This process was never intended to ‘end’ the injustices apparently highlighted by these charitable causes, but rather to temporarily ‘elevate’ the problem – whilst ensuring the issue continues as a means to generate further income. Bear in mind that it is common practice for the modern charities to use only 10% of all the money raised in the name of the cause, whilst 90% of the income generated by the cause is used to pay often excessive salaries, and the rent for large buildings in fashionable parts of town. These ‘corporate’ charities often deploy a ‘demeaning’ attitude toward the people they are supposed to be helping, which manifests as ‘racism’ during campaigns abroad. This is because all these self-serving charities are thoroughly ‘bourgeois’ in essence, and interested only in retaining their own class privilege. The video below, explains ’10’ prominent cases of shocking charity-abuse, malpractice and illegal activity.
- Zoe’s Ark. Workers were prosecuted and imprisoned in France for the mass ‘kidnapping’ of African children to be ‘sold’ as ‘adoptees’ to rich, White middle class French families.
- Kenya Clothes Donation. Second-hand clothing from the West has been ‘donated’ to Kenya and other areas of Africa, but in reality, this means these garments and shoes are sold en mass through local markets at cheap prices. This has destroyed the local textile and shoe-making industry, causing wide-spread poverty and starvation, etc.
- UN Cholera Outbreak. The UN, whilst attempting to assist during the Haiti Earthquake, transmitted the Cholera disease into Haiti from its bases in Nepal. This killed 8,000 people in Haiti – but the UN refuses to the surviving families compensation.
- BBC Children in Need. between 1999 and 2002, the BBC Children in Need Charity funded Islamic terrorism in the UK.
- World Food Program – Somalian Warlords. Over $200 million in aid was directed to Islamo-fascist organisations in Somalia – and not to the ordinary people who were starving and being brutalised and murdered by the Islamo-fascists.
- Tsunami Rivalry. Western charities raised $10.5 billion for Tsunami relief across Asia, following the 2004 Tsunami. The charities refused to co-ordinate with one another, but instead ‘competed’ for media exposure and corporate sponsorship. None of these charities would communicate with the local ‘Asian’ Authorities, and would not listen to the needs of local survivors.
- Saville Sex Abuse. The rightwing Tory Margaret Thatcher gave Jimmy Saville unlimited power and access to the paralysed people being treated at Stoke Mandeville Hospital. He would sexually abuse those paralysed from the neck downwards, and raped an 8-year-old girl on 10 different occasions as her family visited a relative.
- Live Aid. The 1985 Pop Concert designed to relieve famine in Ethiopia, donated millions of ponds to the rightwing Ethiopian government, the leader of which ethnically cleansed the population of the north – placing the displaced people in Concentration Camps. It is estimated that 100,000 Ethiopians died as a consequence of Live Aid interference.
- Rwanda Humanitarian Aid. Charities from the West granted ‘protection’ to the mass murderers in Rwanda following the 1994 genocide. This ‘protection’ allowed the massacres to continue with the sanction of the Western charities operating in the region.
- Afghan Bombs. Tens of thousands of innocent Afghanis (many of the children) have been killed by Western ammunition left scattered around the country. Many mistake artillery rounds for food parcels dropped by Western charities.