Corruption, embezzlement, fraud, these are all characteristics which exist everywhere. It is regrettably the way human nature functions, whether we like it or not. What successful economies do is keep it to a minimum. No one has ever eliminated any of that stuff.
Thus, one must assume that unsuccessful economies become overwhelming corrupt. But what comes first, corruption destroying a formerly successful economy or an unsuccessful economy breeding corruption? In the case of America, there can be no doubt–the deadly destructive virus of corruption has been killing this nation’s economy, not the other way around.
Everywhere fraud, theft, bureaucratic incompetence and gross negligence oozing like a miasma from the depths of hell. From every realm of American life; politics, corporate, financial, sports from the nation’s capital to the local township the rot of corruption poisons the air. Even our formerly most cherished charities have fallen prey to the insidious moral decay and ubiquitous stench of corruption and Kafkaesque bureaucratic death.
A cleansing is coming, a cathartic revulsion that will wipe away the moral gangrene that is racing toward the heart of our civilization. It will bathe America, the West and very likely the world in a convulsive, violent fire that if we survive will be the catalyst for a rejuvenation of humanity and a resurgence of moral purpose. The decadence, deviancy and corruption will be burnt away. Brexit may be the start, but it is not the cause of the pain that lies ahead. The entire financial and socioeconomic system is built on quicksand that has slowly been liquefying for many years.
If you give a single dollar to the American Red Cross, you’re a fool. The organization is a fraud. Pick a more honest non-profit next time, and do your homework before giving money to these donation fat cats who pay themselves huge salaries and bonuses while doing next to nothing to actually help real people in the real world.
American Red Cross exposed as massive, incompetent fraud: built just six homes after collecting half a billion dollars in Haiti earthquake donations
The American Red Cross: Where donation money disappears into a massive bureaucratic black hole
So what did the Red Cross actually do? Like all big bureaucracies, its top officials all stood around shoving thumbs up each other’s asses and calling it “success.”
Even as the group has publicly celebrated its work, insider accounts detail a string of failures
THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF CAMPECHE sprawls up a steep hillside in Haiti’s capital city, Port-au-Prince. Goats rustle in trash that goes forever uncollected. Children kick a deflated volleyball in a dusty lot below a wall with a hand-painted logo of the American Red Cross.
In late 2011, the Red Cross launched a multimillion-dollar project to transform the desperately poor area, which was hit hard by the earthquake that struck Haiti the year before. The main focus of the project — called LAMIKA, an acronym in Creole for “A Better Life in My Neighborhood” — was building hundreds of permanent homes.