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By Mirror Mirror
Mail on Sunday running the headline that the RNLI spends £3.3m of donations abroad on things including aid for Tanzania, crèches in Bangladesh and burkinis for Africans.
I used to bung them a few quid but stopped when I realised that they were picking up migrants in the channel and bringing them to England, didn’t realise that their abuse of funds had gone quite so far though.
Not sure if there’s a link to the editorial on the webpage, but the paper version makes the point that they are just the latest in a long line of charities which have become obsessive with political correctness.
I wonder if you’d find Soros’ influence if you dig deeply enough?
By The Masked Tulip
So I just had the TV on in the background and I thought that I heard an advert for an adopt an orca charity. Surely not? How can you adopt an orca? Do they need adopting in the first place? Did anyone ask them? Do they pop around for dinner once adopted and do you become liable for their student loans?
I mean, are orcas so vulnerable that they need people adopting them?
I went on google to have a look and was surprised to find not just one charity allowing you to adopt an orca but several. There appears to be specific orca adopting charities. Several of the major wildlife charities also have orca adopting schemes - do you need to be a non-hideously white cis-neutral Guaridan reading, Steptoe supporting couple to adopt?
Seems, for your cash, you get a photo of an orca. Not sure what else you get.
OK, rant over - surely this is just a means of funding those marine biologists whom, to me, appear to have great lives, sailing around the world, scuba-diving, appearing on wildlife documentaries, etc, rather than practically helping your average orca?
By Frank Hovis
I can't honestly say that I'm surprised; disappointed maybe. The failure to pay taxes continues a Bono theme.
Shame of the Bono charity bullies: Probe forces rock star's foundation to come clean about abuse of staff in South Africa
U2 singer's ONE charity subjected staff to a 'toxic' culture of bullying and abuse Executive was demoted after refusing to have sex with elderly Tanzanian MP UK manager left a 'broken woman' after 18 months of belittling and humiliation Charity also failed to pay taxes despite campaigning fiercely against tax evasion Bono says he is 'deeply sorry' and has promised to meet victims in person NGO backed by David Cameron and Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg among others
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