Charities are evil.

Bruce Charlton and I are in tune with each other again.

It is supposed to be an innately Good Thing to give money (or time and labour) To Charitybut no activity is intrinsically Good – and in a totalitarian evil world all charities are conformed to that evil.

I used to keep searching around for a charity that was not operating in net-support of the global agenda of evil. I sometimes thought I had found one or a few. But over the years all of these have serially been revealed as merely less-evil than average – yet qualitatively still motivated by the prevalent evil motivations; for example as revealed by the 2020 Litmus Tests.

This ought not to be surprising, because charities are institutions, and all institutions are now linked to the global bureaucracy by many links (e.g. legal, financial etc.). All bureaucracy is intrinsically evil; and the global bureaucracy is the primary instrument by which evil attitudes are encouraged, Big Lies are disseminated, and evil actions are implemented by rewards and sanctions.

So many employees in the “non-profit sector” are disgusting woke operatives that the entire sector is poisoned.  Do not give money to charities.

Catholic Charities in Tulsa are sponsoring “Refugee Resettlement” of Stone Age Afghanis, 800 to Tulsa, 1,000 to OKC.  Horrific, irresponsible, contrary to the wishes of their donors, and evil.

Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota has help turnentire sectors of the Twin Cities into a third world no-go zone.

I could go on with examples.  Now that I’ve pointed them out, you’ll see many others.

In his essay “Self-Reliance” Ralph Waldo Emerson writes:

If an angry bigot assumes this bountiful cause of Abolition, and comes to me with his last news from Barbados, why should I not say to him, ‘Go love thy infant; love thy wood-chopper; be good-natured and modest; have that grace; and never varnish your hard, uncharitable ambition with this incredible tenderness for black folk a thousand miles off. Thy love afar is spite at home.’

Thy love afar is spite at home.

Evil works through charities to reduce the attention and resources you expend on those near you.

5 thoughts on “Charities are evil.”

  1. George Christiansen

    Love that Emerson quote.

    “Liberals love everyone in general and nobody in particular.” is a favorite of mine too.

      1. George Christiansen

        Yup. The Yankee’s love for blacks is directly related to his distance from any interactions actual interactions with them.

        Meanwhile I have met a few “rednecks” who literally use “n****r” like others would use “black”, but treated them with respect and dignity when they actually engaged them. Which was pretty regularly.

        But the concept goes far beyond racial interactions. Raising awareness is their favorite form of charity. Anything that leaves them with clean hands and full wallets.

  2. My wife won’t stop donating to certain VOLAGs to my disappointment. “They do a lot of good” she tells me. More good than harm? I’m met with agitated subject changing. She’s intelligent but simply can’t engage with such heretical thinking. I start chipping away at this but then she spends an evening with her parents and Lester Holt.

    I’m considering matching donations to anti-resettlement organizations but wonder if it’s all futile.

    1. Disappointment?

      Did you tell her to absolutely fucking stop, this is something that is important to you and she needs to find something else to focus on?

      Tell her if you made ships in a bottle and gave them to the underprivileged and she hated it you would find something else to do.

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