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Not a cent for the Philippines disaster




Imagine,

Someone in a flooded drain, crying for help to you.  There’s a ‘star’ or ‘royalty’ standing right beside that someone.  You cry out and ask him to ask the ‘star’ to help him as he is nearer, and he shouts back, ‘no!  I don’t want him to dirty his clothes!’.  Would you help?

That is the case when it comes to the Philippines disaster.  The ‘Red Cross’, ‘Red Crescent’, blah, blah, blah, are just bodies designed to maintain the hegemony of the elite by ensuring that the slaves help each other.  How else can the Lady Gaga earn millions for parading and gyrating her ass to a tune, or how can ‘Queen’ Elizabeth and her litter of over-privileged parasites, and all those filthy rich capitalists exist without your generosity-cum-stupidity?


people would rather let people die so that they can be 'fans' of the privileged and 'stars' the rest of the time.  And when disaster strikes, then they pretend that they care and run around begging for donations or giving.

You can con yourself into thinking you ‘care’ by donating your dollars and cents, or some old clothes, but you’re just being a hypocrite...or grossly ignorant and short-sighted.  If the elite was held to account for all the preventable disasters in the world at times like this, then you can be sure that far more will be done to prevent them in the future. 

But if you just desire to give yourself the impression that you’re a kind, caring soul and must ‘donate’ to this and cries for help - as analogically illustrated in the first paragraph - then you’re just ensuring that the funds and responsibility of the elite is not needed, and hence, there will never be enough to ensure that less people will die when the next disaster strikes. 

go ask the pop-stars, royalty, and tycoons that you toil for, worship, and ‘like’ and are ‘fans’ of on Facebook.  Let’s see what these ‘Gods’ do for you. 

The thing is, why help when you can prevent.  But to prevent, you need the funds to do so, and that will mean that actors, pop-stars, sportstars, CEOs, royalty, etc, cannot be as privileged as they are.  But who are you going to worship and be a fan of in facebook then?  So the truth is, people would rather let people die so that they can be 'fans' the rest of the time.  And when disaster strikes, then they pretend that they care and run around begging for donations or giving.  




What earthly Gods (elite) do you worship that place you in such a position.  If you looked toward the right Gods, you’d realise that the former are an affront to love, humanity and empathy.  If you choose not to, when disasters strike, it is just time to adorn sackcloth and ashes and gnash your teeth.  My sympathies are only for those who realise this, but have been victimised by such disasters.  As for the rest, go ask the pop-stars, royalty, and tycoons that you toil for, worship, and ‘like’ and are ‘fans’ of on Facebook.  Let’s see what these ‘Gods’ do for you. 



shut up, and go beg somewhere else.  I care too much to give.

Looks like people didn’t learn from the Tsunami, and hence, more people have now died in the Philippines.  You can blame all the idiotic people who donated then instead of bringing down the class system so that none would have died this time.

So shut up, and go beg somewhere else.  I care too much to give.


ed





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