From Ken Adachi <Editor@educate-yourself.org>
September 3, 2005
The American Red Cross or the International Red Cross, like
the International Monetary Fund (IMF) or the World Bank, is an Illuminati-controlled
front organization whose true purpose is completely opposite from their
The IMF tells the world that they are there to "help" counties
recover from economic difficulties (which the IMF and World Bank helped
to create in the first place), but in reality, the IMF breaks counties
and ruins their economies. The same could be said of the Red Cross.
The moment a 'natural' disaster like Hurricane Katrina roars
through the southeast, radio and TV spots flood the airwaves seeking monetary
donations to be sent to the Red Cross. With heartstring music playing in
the background, the radio announcer tells us that the Red Cross is "always
there in time of need" and now that the "poor victims of Hurricane
Katrina are suffering" with this terrible tragedy, "won't you
open your heart" and make a "generous" donation?
Oh Brother, these guys have the science of bilking people
down to a fine art!
I can't take the time to get into a long essay about the Dark
Side of the Red Cross, but just try to recall what happened after 9-11:
The dust from the World Trade Center collapses hadn't even
settled before the call went out immediately from the Red Cross to give
blood and money to help the victims and the families of the 'terrorist'
attack. Thousands of people gave blood and even more gave millions upon
millions of dollars to the Red Cross. The first question that occurred to
me when the Red Cross started asking for blood was: "Blood for whom?".
Everyone was dead! We knew everyone was dead from the very beginning, so
why is the Red Cross asking for blood donations day and night for about
a week or more?
The answer is reflective of the true purpose of the
the Red Cross: the Red Cross is a disaster racket which
is in the business of making money from disasters-especially from engineered
disasters. They sell the blood, of course, but they apparently also use
the blood forother things which the public is generally not privy to.
And what do they do with the money? For the most part, they
keep it for themselves! Recall how the families of the victims of 911 had
to badger, harass, and threaten the Red Cross in an attempt to get some
11 million dollars that they would not release to the families-even a year
later? And that's what we were told in the media, but how much money did
the Red Cross really rake in from 9-11?
The CEO of the Red Cross and other corporate celebrities receive
obscene salaries and other big buck perks, while other charities operate
on much leaner budgets for use by the charity itself. As I type this short
article, I now check my e-mail and find 4 or 5 articles devoted to precisely
the same topic, so in order to save time, I'll let others finish the story
Forward courtesy of Robert Busser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Top Person: Red Cross President Marsha Evans
Top Salary:* $651,957
Total Revenue FY ending 6/2003: $2,946,000,000
(That's Two BILLION, 946 million)
"...One charity has stayed above all this for 137
years. The Salvation Army is unique among all U.S. charities for many
reasons. Let’s start at the top. Commissioner Todd Bassett receives
a salary just $13,000 per year (plus housing) for managing this $2 Billion
dollar organization. By comparison, Brian Gallagher, President of the
United Way receives a $375,000 base salary (plus numerous expensive benefits)
and the Red Cross President Marsha Evans receives $450,000 plus benefits..."
Don't Give Your Hurricane Donations to the
Red Cross Establishment charities have history of withholding disaster funds
By Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
September 1 2005
As the aftermath of hurricane Katrina continues to wreak mayhem
and havoc amid reports of mass looting, shooting at rescue helicopters,
rapes and murders, establishment media organs are promoting the Red Cross
as a worthy organization to give donations to.
The biggest website in the world, Yahoo.com, displays a Red
Cross donation link prominently on its front page.
Every time there is a major catastrophe the Red Cross and
similar organizations like United Way are given all the media attention
while other charities are left in the shadows. This is not to say that the
vast majority of Red Cross workers are not decent people who simply want
to help those in need.
But what the media fails consistently to remember in their
promotion of the organization is that the Red Cross have been caught time
and time again withholding money in the wake of horrible disasters that
require immediate release of funds.
The Red Cross, under the Liberty Fund, collected $564
million in donations after 9/11. Months after the event, the Red
Cross had distributed only $154 million. The Red Cross' explanation
for keeping the majority of the money was that it would be used to help
'fight the war on terror'. To the victims, this meant that the money was
going towards bombing broken backed third world countries like Afghanistan
and setting up surveillance cameras and expanding the police state in US
cities, and not towards helping them rebuild their lives.
Then Red Cross President Dr. Bernadine Healy arrogantly responded
when questioned about the withholding of funds by stating, "The Liberty
Fund is a war fund. It has evolved into a war fund."
Despite the family members of victims of 9/11 complaining
bitterly to a House Energy and Commerce Committee's oversight panel, the
issue seemed to be brushed under the carpet and the mud didn't stick.
The Red Cross' scandalous activities reach back far before
After the devastating San Francisco earthquake in 1989, the
Red Cross passed on only $10 million of the $50
million that had been raised, and banked the rest.
Similar donations after the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995
and the Red River flooding in 1997 were also greedily withheld.
Smaller charities that were involved with the 2004 Tsunami
relief project went public to say that large charities like Red Cross and
United Way were engaged in secret backroom negotiations with each other
that meant a large portion of the donation money was purposefully restricted
from reaching the most needy areas affected by the disaster.
The history is clear, the Red Cross and other large so-called
charities are in actual fact front group collection agencies for the military
Many informed historians have even alleged that the Red Cross
was used as a Skull and Bones cover to overthrow The Russian Czar and pave
the way for the rise of the Bolsheviks.
Do not give any money to the Red Cross unless you support
the expansion of empire abroad and police state at home. Find a smaller
trustworthy organization in the local area of New Orleans and make your
donation to them.
Don't Give your Hurricane Katrina Relief Donations
to the Red Cross
The Red Cross has a long history of thieving and stealing cash donations
intended for disaster relief. Even as far back as the Korean War the Red
Cross was plundering soldiers' mail and care packages. Some veterans have
informed us that they would buy cigarettes from the Red Cross and find a
twenty dollar bill or a note from a soldier's mother tucked into the pack.
More recent examples are plentiful. Families of September
11th victims were prevented from receiving half of the donations sent by
well meaning citizens to the Red Cross for their aid. The recent Tsunami
also was a great money-making opportunity for the Red Cross which was very
clear in its calls for donations of only cash which would be much easier
for the organization to funnel and launder and steal. Only recently have
tsunami survivors begun to see a dime of the money collected on their behalf
by the Red Cross.
The Red Cross is very adept at stealing money and looting
mail. They have been caught inumberable times but always allowed to get
away with their schemes because the organisation is so tightly linked to
the establishment. Libby Dole, wife of Senator and powerbroker Bob Dole,
was for a long time the head of the outfit. It is an organization by and
for the elite insiders designed to gather intelligence and steal from those
who need aid.
The International Organization of the Red Cross is
a secret intelligence agency that has acted as an arm of the British Intelligence
Services since its inception.
If you want to help survivors of Katrina, do a little research
and find organizations that you can trust or better yet, use available resources
and work together with neighbors.
Red Cross Pocketed Half Of 9/11 Donations
CNN | January 3 2005
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Charities swung into action after the
September 11 terrorist attacks, raising more than $1 billion. But questions
are being raised about where and how and how much of that money is being
Bearing the brunt Tuesday during a hearing of the House Energy
and Commerce Committee's oversight panel was outgoing Red Cross President
Dr. Bernadine Healy.
The Red Cross has raised more than $564 million for the Liberty
Fund, which was set up in response to the attacks on the World Trade Center
and the Pentagon.
While the agency states on its Web site that it is spending
more than any other relief agency responding to the terrorist attacks, it
has distributed only $154 million.
Healy was hammered by one New York official for the Red Cross'
decision to put aside nearly half of the money raised for future needs that
may include terrorist attacks.
"I see the Red Cross, which has raised hundreds of millions
of dollars that was intended by the donating public to be used for the victims
of September 11 -- I see those funds being sequestered into long-term plans
for an organization," testified New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer.
Healy later told CNN the Red Cross was a service organization
and that previous donations had prepared the agency to deal with September
"We had planned for a weapon of mass destruction attack,"
she said. "We knew our obligations under the congressional charter.
We knew it involved victim assistance and sheltering. We knew that it involved
with dealing with rescue workers. We knew that it involved blood."
She also noted that some of the new funding went toward helping
communities learn how to deal with other threats such as anthrax.
The hearing was contentious, with panel members trying to
get at the issue of donor intent and whether the Red Cross misled donors.
"What's at issue here is that a special fund was established
for these families. It was specially funded for this event, September 11,"
said Rep. Billy Tauzin, R-Louisiana.
"And it is being closed now because we are told enough
money's been raised in it, but we're also being told, by the way, we're
going to give two-thirds of it away to other Red Cross needs."
The subcommittee asked Healy and her agency to provide the
exact language of all of its television and newspaper appeals for donations.
Healy said what the agency has learned is it needs to explain
to the public the mission of the Red Cross.
"Don't confuse us with the 9/11 Fund in New York. Don't
confuse us with Habitat for Humanity. Don't confuse us with the scholarship
in New York for the victims. We have to get that out," she said.
Controversy over the Liberty Fund was one reason Healy decided
to resign at year's end. But she defended the agency's decision of how to
use the money.
"The Liberty Fund is a war fund. It has evolved into
a war fund," she
said."We must have blood readiness. We must have the ability to help
our troops if we go into a ground war. We must have the ability to help
the victims of tomorrow."
A widow who lost her husband in the World Trade Center attack
also complained to the panel that what money was available from various
charities was tied up in red tape and confusion.
"Why then haven't these charities been able to get together
and agree on one uniform application? Why haven't they been able to get
together and develop a quicker way for families to receive these funds?"
asked Elizabeth McLaughlin of Pelham, New York.
"We all have the missing persons reports, death certificates,
and any other proof needed to avoid fraud. But the charities are not sharing
these documents and information with each other," she testified in
She told the panel that she had to construct an 18-page spreadsheet
to try to keep track of all the requirements of various aid groups.
McLaughlin received a $27,000 check from the Red Cross but
fears she may still lose her house without additional aid.
The Red Cross said it has helped 25,000 families with food
and temporary shelter, counseling and cash assistance.
[According to Bush, cash is all they want you to donate...
see bottom of page to learn what agency is now going to oversee your charity
FEMA Directing Donations to Pat Robertson
September 2 2005
FEMA is directing Katrina donations to none other than the
Rev. Pat Robertson.
Millions of Americans and people around the world have rushed
to donate money to the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which is shaping up
to be one of the worst U.S. disasters in history, if not the worst.
FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, is the lead
federal agency in the rescue & recovery operation at work in New Orleans
and the Mississippi gulf coast.
FEMA has released to the media and on its Web site a list
of suggested charities to help the storm’s hundreds of thousands of
victims. The Red Cross is first on the list.
The Rev. Pat Robertson’s “Operation Blessing”
is next on the list.
“It’s an outrage,” said privacy watchdog
Bill Scannell, who alerted Sploid to the FEMA / Robertson scam. “Operation
f***ing Blessing? And it’s right underneath the Red Cross link!”
For Infowars readers, listeners and viewers in the Austn area
you can help give aid to the survivors of Katrina by contributing donations
of food to the Capital Area Food Bank.
The Food Bank is collecting supplies for the victims and will
get them to those
most in need. They are not asking for cash, but actual supplies that they
can transport to the Gulf Coast and actually give to those in need
These items can be taken to the food bank directly and even
to some participating HEBs.
Catastrophic Hurricane Katrina - YOU CAN HELP!
CAFB and HEB will be collecting your donations Friday, Sept. 2, 8 AM - 6
Specific items are needed: diapers, bottled water, peanut butter in plastic
containers, canned meats with ring-pull lids and granola/cereal bars.
HEB STORES TAKING DONATIONS
1000 E. 41st St. at Red River (Hancock Ctr.) 512.459.6513
12400 Hwy 71 West 512.263.0528
500 Canyon Ridge Dr. 512.973.8143
11521 N. FM 620 512.249.0558
You can also donate at the Food Bank.
Click Here for a map- http://www.austinfoodbank.org/about.php?page=contact
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