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UNICEF is corrupt

smelisox
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7/1/2015 5:58:47 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
What do you guys think of charities being proven as corrupt? Just a few months ago (I think it was) the UK left UNESCO and UNICEF, after discovering their futility and corruption.

Should they be more closely monitored or just plain abandoned? We're not helping the poor people, just stealing their money and resources.
smelisox
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7/1/2015 6:00:10 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
And as close-by as thirty odd years ago, Greenpeace, demonstrating against Nuclear energy, had a ship BLOWN UP by the french Government. This makes the "terrorism" in France rather ironic.
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7/1/2015 9:17:12 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 7/1/2015 5:58:47 PM, smelisox wrote:
What do you guys think of charities being proven as corrupt? Just a few months ago (I think it was) the UK left UNESCO and UNICEF, after discovering their futility and corruption.
I don't know about UNICEF, but I've never been a big fan of UNESCO. After I saw your post, I looked up UNICEF corruption, and it does seem they're manipulating stats to exaggerate the value of their work. There's also been accusations of using dangerous vaccines on third-world countries, though upon further investigation, there seems to be quite a bit of controversy surrounding whether the vaccines are dangerous.

I also found a critique on a site that appears to be a radically conservative one. While one of the points raised appeared to be taking the UNICEF's words out of context, the other two do seem to be damning evidence that the UNICEF has not been a positive force for children in recent years.
Should they be more closely monitored or just plain abandoned? We're not helping the poor people, just stealing their money and resources.
Do we have better charities? If so, we could get people to support those instead.
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smelisox
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7/2/2015 4:55:29 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
Well, in my opinion, the damning evidence sealed the deal. But even if it didn't, who the hell would lie about a charity organization? It wouldn't make sense.