Friday, February 16, 2018

NGOs are learning from the master

As more NGOs—including Save the Children (for later) and the Dave Milipede-fronted International Rescue Committee—are embroiled in sex and corruption scandals in the wake of the Oxfam allegations, it is worth reminding ourselves that these organisations are simply learning from the true masters of pimping and child sex—the United Nations.
And the wonderful thing about the UN, you see, if that they are a pan-global organisation so that their staff pimping, blackmailing and fucking kids is not confined to any one area; they get to run their protitution rings on every continent (from May '06).

So, there you go: if you are a paedophile, just go and work for the UN and you too can not only fuck kids but actually get them to bring in a bit of cash too.

It's simply a case of "everyone else is doing it, so why can't we...?"

And, thanks to our government's funding, through taxation, of fake charities such as Oxfam, we can go to bed with the warm, fuzzy feeling that comes with having paid for child prostitutes.

On the bright side, Oxfam has said that it will stop bidding for government funding (for a bit).
Oxfam has said it will stop bids for Government funding until ministers are satisfied it can meet the “high standards” they expect.

The charity received £176m in government support last year.

International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt said on Friday: “Oxfam has agreed to withdraw from bidding for any new UK Government funding until [the Department for International Development] is satisfied that they can meet the high standards we expect of our partners.”*

If we defund all of these thieving, child-fucking bastards, the government would probably be able to cut the deficit to zero within months.

Stop funding fake charities with our tax money—now!

* No, not sexual partners. Stop sniggering at the back there...


Lord Blagger said...

Here's the zeitgeist. It's interesting and pretty disasterous for the state.

Harvey W screws wanna be starlets, apparently using lots of threats etc. We have Barry Bennell a paedophile being convicted.

All are examples of people taking what they want using violence or the threat of violence. Rightly the should go down for a long time.

So what does the state do?

It takes other people's assets without their consent. Just financial rape.

Ah but they say, there are people without money, its only fair that those with give it up.

Same logic went on in Japan with Korean comfort women. It's only fair, the soldiers are away from home, sex starved, now lie there, get screwed, give it up. What do you mean you don't consent to being raped?

Same thing here, we are forced to fund paedophiles.

But won't people free load? No, those paying for the services have to consent to others getting it for free.

Turns out the number of common goods is very small. Police, defense, etc.

Big example, opt out of the state pension going forward. The state doesn't then run up a massive debt.

The socialist can then form a collective and fund each other. They won't have any recourse to other's money.

Consent, I can't see any argument they can make about screwing others, that cannot be turned into a rapist argument.

Heck even tax havens are just sanctuaries from the financial rapists.

JuliaM said...

"Oxfam has said it will stop bids for Government funding until ministers are satisfied it can meet the “high standards” they expect."

And, given that it provides cozy sinecures for retired ministers, that won't take long, I suspect.

Smoking Scot said...

They can start right now by removing the 80% (England) and 100% (Scotland) rebate on business rates they get on their charity shops.

dustybloke said...

I think the operative trickster word here is "new".

So they'll continue to get government funding, but won't increase it for, oh, 6 weeks, until the executive pay rise round on 1 April.

Lord Blagger said...

Far better abolish all business rates.

The current set up screws start ups and small businesses.

It's destroyed high streets

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