140222 My Guardian Comment on “Celebrity disaster relief - what not to do”
When Downton Abbey’s Lady Cora went to Sierra Leone, it turned into a PR nightmare. Warscapes offers some advice
Amanda Taub and Kate Cronin-Furman for Warscapes
theguardian.com, Wednesday 19 February 2014 21.50 AEST
22 February 2014 1:48am
Have been critical of NGOs for decades.
The bigger, the less honorable.
No coincidence they are so often orchestrated by the western 'false god' religions.
From being amongst those who have worked overseas in NGOs, it's clear to me they are more often exotic career boosters for the residue of church schooling.
Also, scams are aplenty right through them.
In the 1960s, our family neighbour, an exec for Red Cross, came back from the 'Biafra' crisis, and informed us that the R.C. 'is so horribly corrupt'.
Always the same. Western religion and other peoples' suffering.
And, are we so dumbed down by the whole movies fiction phenomenon, to still not see that the actors are PAID to talk bullshit. Then there's the false celebrity 'hero' status given them?
What fools we are to fall for this, when hollywood and the church's NGOs join up to scam more donations?
They are parasites, on the suffering.
And, pedophilia is NOT unknown throughout the NGO world.
22 February 2014 2:03am
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