posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 10:13 PM
Originally posted by steaming
reply to post by Crakeur
I take it you have read the above......frightening ain't the word for it
Just like a lot of other "charities", there are a lot of people involved claiming massive pay packets, bonuses, perks, company cars, expenses...
These people are professionals at making money off of the backs of charities, they make their careers out of it. They know that it's a business, they
give out just enough to look like they're doing something, while pocketing the rest. It's a sick and twisted business, but the ARC is no different
to thousands of other "charities" that behave in exactly the same way.
I used to work for a company that had dealings with perhaps the biggest "Christian" charity in the UK. You all probably know the one. But for a
"Christian Charity" they sure kept a hell of a lot of that cash for themselves, building offices they never use, driving around in luxury cars,
giving themselves big bonuses, talking to people like they're "plebs" (just like our elitist politicians).
All of our staff who had to deal with that "charity" on a daily basis were sick of them, disgusted at their seemingly elitist lifestyles and
opulence while claiming to be a religious group raising money for good causes.
Seriously, if people actually knew how the majority of their donations were spent on these greedy self-serving parasites many would not give to
international charities ever again.
It's a sad situation, you want to give, but you just know that all you're really doing in a lot of cases is paying for some disgusting creatures
holiday home in the Bahamas.