Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Fake Charities Is Back Online



FAKECHARITIES.ORG is back

We have Quango's that spend billions of our Tax pounds without being accountable, we have private limited companies like ACPO and South-West One running the Police for their own profit with our money without being accountable.

After a few server problems FAKECHARITIES.ORG is back with a mission to show where the money is really going and what benefit the political movers and shakers are getting out of these 'Charities'

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good site, but I couldn't find the NSPCC. Shome mishtake shurley?

Anonymous said...

Sustain seems to have fallen off the list. Is it genuine after all?
DZ

Guthrum said...

They will be added to

Goodnight Vienna said...

During the Lisbon Treaty 'debate' in the Lords last year, many Church sponsored charities, and the NSPCC, Barnardos etc (the Rowntree Foundation) were given a voice. Peers and Church spoke up for these EU-sponsored charities.

The govt, as you know, has just given 42m to UK charities to make up the expected shortfall in donations. What's the betting it came from the 42m EU loan we're getting? Taxpayers will bear the cost plus interest on the loan.

Charities subsidised by governments are not charities. If they're subsidised by governments and corporatist bodies they are state-sponsored with govt-approved Boards, ie quangos.

Look on the bright side G, life's a bitch and then you die. It's what we do in the meantime that counts.

it's either banned or compulsory said...

http://fakecharities.org/
"Search All Words Match
Results For 'royal national lifeboat institution':
No Results"
Well that's a good thing !

Today I donated £3 to my local Air Ambulance charity, as I often do, since it takes not a penny from any government/public body source and can thus ensure that charity stays where it belong, At Home.

Next time I'm at the seaside I'll chuck the R.N.L.I. a few bob for the same reason.

Oldrightie said...

One this lot of cretinous Labour losers and tossers touch anything it's fucked.

Anonymous said...

Which charities have taken the shiling?

NSPC
Barnardos

Goodnight Vienna said...
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Harry Haddock said...

During the Lisbon Treaty 'debate' in the Lords last year, many Church sponsored charities, and the NSPCC, Barnardos etc (the Rowntree Foundation) were given a voice. Peers and Church spoke up for these EU-sponsored charities.

I'd be very interested, and greatfull, for any links to info about this, as it ties into something I'm working on for my blog, I'll look through Hansard etc myself, obviously, but would appreciate any pointers.

it's either banned or compulsory said...

Harry Haddock, That would be the Rowntree Foundation harping on acout The Met still being institutionally racist ?

Goodnight Vienna said...

Harry, I watched it on tv but this link might help

a needle in a haystack

Anonymous said...

A little off topic, but I was thinking about Donations. I think the donations where you actually get something in return are, although not quite charity, the most effective ways for charities to raise money. for example, you can buy a charity single by Dec from Ant and Dec for not much, but most of it goes to charity. You get something for your money, and the charities get a little bit of cash too.. Have a look: http://www.mirror.co.uk/dec/

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