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Tuesday, 11 January 2022

Fake Charities

 



I’ll use the battered women’s shelters as an example. We have to start with the honest truth here, because the Usual Suspects have been very successful in supplanting a fake narrative: 99% (or more) of domestic violence is two idiots fighting, and the smaller idiot losing. If you don’t believe me, talk to some former volunteers that worked in these places. Talk to the cops. Volunteer and see for yourself as I did. The vast majority of women you will see at these places are druggies and prostitutes… with kids. Most are nasty pieces of work to look at. Their husbands often lay hands on them because they have no other option. Their pimps are the ones that tend to hit them hardest. The narratives around the subject are also false: guys like you and me don’t magically flip out and beat our wives to a bloody green pulp because they burnt the roast or forget to vacuum. These women come from the streets and maybe the trailer parks. During the few volunteer stints I did with the shelter I never saw a woman with marks of abuse on her. My father in law, who worked there part time for years as a part time custodian only ever saw one. (A Vietnamese woman came in after a trip to the hospital with a 200 lb. suitcase that contained everything she owned). All the rest were self destructive knuckleheads, taking their kids along for the ride. They were the kind of women that in better times, would kicked, shoved, and bitch slapped into straightening up and flying right. Nowadays, they go to the shelters posing as victims and then get passed on to other equally useless “welfare” programs that enable more of this kind of behaviour. “Battered women” are truly stupid women married to stupid men who can’t control them because they can’t control themselves. We saw similarities when all those fake rape hoaxes came out a couple years back. The vast amount of rape accusations are false as well. All that stuff is still going on, and a lot of people don’t want to hear it. I won’t give those people one red cent, and nor should you. But folks think differently about such things. My father in law drove me nuts when he volunteered me to help him out. “If we just save one life, it’s all been worth it!” he declaimed. I asked him what good was served when all they accomplished for the most part was enabling drug use and prostitution, dependancy and all the dire consequences of that … and he told me not to think about that. For him it was a good deal: he had a little retirement job to keep him busy, he could pretend that he was part of doing something noble and relevant, and seeing things any other way was insulting and offensive. In other words, he was telling me to stop seeing the obvious and instead believe the ridiculous.

Sally Anne is a new one on me. I always thought the Salvation Army was a proper Christian run charity but they came out of the closet too when they snapped at the hands of their white donors. Now they push spirituality AND faggotry, eh? Why am I not surprised?

I suppose the charities are the latest institution to fall. I seriously wonder how many of them actually work and do the jobs they were formed to do? It’s hard enough to watch the media and the courts and the churches and the gubbimint slowly devolve into neoliberal clown shows… but GAH… losing the charities? 

Gawd, that hurts.

23 comments:

  1. The large charities became money making machines years ago. The amount for salaries, buildings, advertising, politics, and outright creation of cushy careers took the majority of donations. What's left, if any, is doled out until it threatens the machine. The Clintons are the worst example, and the Salvation Army used to be the charity with the most left over for charitable work.

    Since the Salvation Army became woke, they are suffering, which is what they deserve. Where the charitable donations are now going is unknown, but I have a feeling it's going to churches, which may be a better choice. Churches usually do a better job, but there's no guarantee the money will be placed where needed.

    Equal opportunity efforts, and diversity, have created a group of workers unqualified for the task they're given. It's logical to assume the failed efforts to do what's best would eventually corrupt charitable organizations. With the corruption now so accepted in society, it's fair to assume that too would help corrupt a gold mine of wealth created by the best of intentions.

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  2. >Their husbands often lay hands on them because they have no other option.

    Wow! Batter your wife much? Have you considered law enforcement? Converted to Islam?

    If you want to expose misuse of charity systems, all well and good, but you've missed the mark with this endorsement of battery on a female.

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    1. Humans have a built-in behavior correction mechanism. It works really well. Especially on those who aren't smart enough (whether through common stupidity or drug use) to respond to reason.

      You cannot conduct a reasoned debate with a toddler throwing a tantrum while they are trying to kill their infant brother with a toy hammer.

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    2. Just so, Chuck. There is a time and a place for a spanking. Just as there is for a slap or maybe even a boot up the arse. They are just the ticket for the misbehaving rug rat, dawg, thug, and senior delinquent.

      And yes, maybe some misbehaving women too. We have to discern between punishment and physical beatings which are two different animals... that some folk are just too dumb to see.

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    3. Ha. And how many of those ho's started the physical violence with a slap or punch, knowing it didn't matter because if he responded in kind it would all be on him.

      Ya. Most of them.

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    4. Aw, get a grip. I believe that hitting someone who is significantly smaller than I am is wrong - in most cases. However, there are exceptions, and until you've witnessed some of the crap they pull you have no idea what you're talking about.

      And, as Doug pointed out, many of these low lifes will start the shit show by taking a swing at you, or busting up your furniture, or kicking your dog. I know one man who got home from work and found his dog missing. She had no idea, the dog was out in the backyard, she doesn't know what to do or how long the dog's been missing.

      Then her brother calls.

      "Fred? I've got Jeff over here. Sue told Debbie that she was going to take him out and dump him, so I rescued him. You wanna come over and get him?"

      Can you see this little escapade ending peacefully? It didn't. He took the next day off work, packed her shit (literally) and threw her out. Once the cops and the neighbors found out what she'd done, no one condemned him for it.

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  3. The SA was one of the last to fall. The rest have been corrupted for years, if not decades.

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  4. As with other things in our lives, it became convenient to give our money to the charities instead of getting involved ourselves. And the money was always a temptation for salaries, nice offices, slick advertising. Instead of paying someone else to do this work for us, maybe the answer to get personally involved in our communities again. We rely too much on the conveniences of our times....

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  5. If you give, make it food to food pantries, never money. Help your neighbors with your time and labor but not other countries, never give money. When it comes to Church time and labor, never money. Why I don't give money, it's too easily misspent or outright stolen.

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  6. I volunteered as a STEM tutor at a local community center for a few years. I enjoyed it and was pretty good at it. It was really fulfilling to help adults who hadn't finished high school for whatever reasons (I heard some pretty bad stories) then get their HS equivalency and then into a college program.

    But the center was run almost entirely by women. Woke women, of course. And it was full of the diversity and multicult and gays are OK crap. I just kept my head down and did my work.

    Then the trans nonsense started a few years ago. By now I knew as an older White guy I was a target. I had one young woman declare to me that she was non-binary, whatever the hell that is. I didn't prompt her for that information and it was really important to her that I knew she was non-binary.

    And the hairy eyeball I got when she said it. Yep, target aquired. It would just take one eff'ed in the head girl with daddy issues to accuse me of something, anything, and I would be ruined. Personally and professionally. And the center's women would throw me under the bus in a heart beat and love the opportunity.

    So I noped right out of there. No way was it worth it.

    But I still like to teach. Luckily about a half hour east of where I moved to a couple of years ago are two men's prisons. Once this covid insanity dies down I'm going to check into tutoring there.

    That's the crazy thing, though. I feel safer around some 20 year confined convicted murderer than a girl with daddy issues.

    It's become a strange world.

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    1. I used to tutor at the local community college under the program they had for "learning disabled" individuals. Got paid for it as I worked my way through college, and found it very rewarding when I could take a student from "failing", to straight A's.

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  7. You can get info about how a charity spends your money at charitynavigator.org. We quit giving money to SA when they went "woke". We buy food for the local food pantry and pack shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child.

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  8. I was sad to see the Salvation Army go. I suppose it was inevitable.

    You know, I was having a cold one with several coworkers after work, and the talk turned to strippers and pole dancers. Who would ever date a stripper? What would you do if you found out your wife used to work as a stripper? Who do they date, anyway?

    Putting all things into perspective, those girls are interested in any relationship that does not involve getting the crap slapped out of them on a regular basis.

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  9. We limit our charity to sponsoring a couple kids a year though a local convent here in town. The nuns run a mission in Brazil where they take kids from impoverished rural areas, clothe, feed and educate them in their own school. In exchange we get letters from the kids every couple months telling us about their progress. Seems a worthy cause to spend money on.

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    1. Good story Mike, I was down in Honduras and toured an orphanage run by some nuns there who were taking in street urchins (who were well on their way to going to prison later). The nuns fed them and clothed them, taught them the 3 r's, morals and then sent them next door to a wood working mill where they would learn how to make stuff for the tourist trade. School in the morning and shop in the afternoon. Some of this stuff was excellent. I bought home 2 little jewelry boxes for my nieces. Teach them a trade, feed them, clothe them. Even the youngest started out there sanding wood pieces. Brings back good memories. We went down with 13 duffle bags of baby clothes and stuff right after hurricane Mitch. Fantastic diving of Roatan.

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    2. Are there no deserving children in the USA?

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    3. Great, tell me what charity you contribute to? This is a convent for retired nuns in my town. My wife provided physical therapy for some of the octogenarian sisters and thus learned of their project. They have had this mission in Brazil for fifty years. Its their own project funded with their own money. No middle men, no big corporations, no sob-story TV marketing campaigns. We know our money is going directly to housing, educating and feeding the children and not some hollow admin limousine liberal shysters with questionable intentions looking to make their next payment on their late model Escalade. We see direct results from the thousand dollars a year we contribute. In the last twenty years we have seen forty kids grow from abject barefoot naked misery, on al level that most Americans will never witness or understand, to being contributing members of their community. Many of them have gone on to be teachers and nurses themselves. You can piss on that all you want if it makes you feel big.

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    4. I dunno Mike. Not slagging you or your charity one bit - if you know where your money is going and how it’s being put to work… then it is a charity and worth your time and support. None of us are millionaires, with unlimited funds to dole out to all the legit causes out there… if that is your charity, no one else can judge; nobody can get in your face and say this charity is more deserving than that one. All real charities are good and there will never be enough money for them all.

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  10. "“If we just save one life, it’s all been worth it!” he declaimed. I asked him what good was served when all they accomplished for the most part was enabling drug use and prostitution, dependency and all the dire consequences of that … and he told me not to think about that."

    So, if he saves one life and is responsible for ending 100 more, it's OK because feelings and intentions and SHUT UP WHY DO U HATE WOMYN. Got it.

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    1. Exactly. They always frame these things in emotional terms and they are always the good guys, and you are the villain and if you disagree with them, it is because you are a vicious hater or a nazi or raaaaaacist!!! It’s all so tiresome…

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