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Why I Hate #ChildrenInNeed and ‘charity’ in general

Bourgeois paternalism begins at home, right there on your tellybox screens.
Please do not question the need for campaigns to help children in one of the largest economies in the world.
Please do not question tax avoiding pissweasel celebs and corporations setting an example for you to follow.
Please do not question the incongruity of Esther Rantzen who has admitted she knew of the culture of abuse at the BBC but did nothing about it appearing on a show to help children. Wogan, as well.
Please do not question the politicians who create the need laughing and smiling and proclaiming what a great job charity does.
Charity is a form of social control: It has mutated from showing goodwill/love towards humanity to being a state approved method of dismissing any responsibility to its people.
Charity is a form of social control pt 2: These are the approved charities, the good charities. All causes are deserving but some are more deserving than others.
Charity is a form of social control pt 3: We are made complicit in the bastardization of charity as we recognise the need and give. If not us, who?
Eton College is a charity, one of the hundred largest charities in the UK.
David Cameron at Eton

David Cameron at Eton

  1. RedandBlackManthinks
    November 17, 2013 at 4:28 pm

    Right on the money.

  2. Mary K
    February 12, 2014 at 10:17 am

    I dont like hypocritical lefties but I hate Big Charity and NGOs more. As a lawyer, I would strongly recommend that you never make a Bequest to a big charitable organisation, not unless you want your relatives, other beneficiaries and Executor taken to the cleaners both financially and psycholically by the shark legal teams that charities use to pursue every last cent they can squeeze out of an Estate. I have pretty much never had one show any gratitude or appreciation either when calling to tell them of a bequest. ‘How much?’ Is always the first question and second one is to demand the Will be sent to them immediately so their lawyers can pore over it with magnifying glass to find any way or means they can extract more than they have been ‘gifted’. And woe betide any solicitor who used ambiguous or sloppy wording when drafting the Will as the Charities are ruthless in exploiting every weakness in a will to take the other beneficiaries to court and force them to ‘settle’ as most beneficiaries do not have the ‘deep pockets’ that charities have. Really hate them with a passion

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