Subject: Article - 50 Non-Profits that Educate People in Need
Date: Mon, April 15, 2013
To: Ken Adachi
My name is Dyeseka and I am an avid reader of your blogs. I loved reading your articles there and remember that you published an article on non profits that educate people, so I thought that you can make use of this article that my colleague wrote about 50 non-profits the educate people in need. You can check it out here:
I'd love to know what you think by leaving a comment on the blog. I'm looking forward to interesting conversation! If you could post it on your blog as well, I'd be very thrilled! :D
Dyeseka Budac Community Outreach Specialist , Open Colleges
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.newsroom.opencolleges.edu.au
I don't have the time to check out all of these groups, but I'm seeing too many names on this list that sound like a Who's Who of globalism: "foundations," "sustainable", Annenberg, Gates, etc..
I'm in favor of local, grassroots, indigenous social groups COMPLETELY DISCONNECTED from NGOs, or foundations, or any well funded globalist proxy group. I prefer to see locally organized groups of NWO savvy citizens who are focused on pursuing objectives that encourage sovereignty, privacy, moral values, family values, local wealth, freedom from debt, and political independence. Many of the names on this list strike me as globalist in nature.
"Non-profits" is a cover name for elite-controlled organizations that serve the interests of globalists, despite the good intentions of most field workers who devote their trusting enthusiasm and energies to these endeavors.