May 27, 2010, - 1:14 pm

Do You Give to Red Cross? You’re Funding Taliban/Qaeda

By Debbie Schlussel

I’ve never been a fan of the Red Cross and have always advocated that people not give to that organization.  Whether it was providing cover for Nazi death camps during the Holocaust or providing aid and comfort to Hezbollah and HAMAS terrorists during their various wars against innocent Israelis and other victims (and saying it would aid Al-Qaeda, too), the organization is despicable.  That’s not to mention the non-stop Red Cross aid to Palestinian and other Islamic terrorists, the use of Red Cross ambulances to transport HAMAS terrorists and their homicide belts, and disgusting way the Red Cross treated Israel’s version of the Red Cross, the Magen David Adom (Red Star of David), pursuant to Muslims’ demands.

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But, now, the Red Cross has yet another sickening notch on its belt.  If you gave to the Red Cross, thinking your money was going–for example–to Haitian relief efforts, it might have, instead, gone to help Taliban terrorists fighting and killing American soldiers, as the Red Cross continues to use its funds to help Taliban terrorists.  It’s a safe assumption that your Red Cross donation is funding Talibanis because, as I’ve noted before, the American Red Cross gives hundreds of thousands of dollars to the ICRC (International Committee of the Red Cross) for these efforts, as it did for Hezbollah in Lebanon in 2006.  And we also know, however, is that money is a fungible good, and if you gave to the Red Cross for one set of victims, that gave the International Red Cross more money to give to the Taliban, the Al-Qaeda affiliate in Afghanistan.

The international Red Cross said Wednesday it would continue giving first aid training and kits to Taliban fighters in Afghanistan, despite drawing angry e-mails from around the world and criticism from an Afghan official after the practice was publicized.

The International Committee of the Red Cross trained “over 70 members of the armed opposition” in first aid last month. . . .

The courses started in 2006 and the neutral group will continue as long as they are needed, said Red Cross spokesman Christian Cardon.

“It’s the core of the ICRC’s mandate to make sure that people are cured whether they are from one side or the other side,” he told The Associated Press.

Britain’s Guardian newspaper on Tuesday quoted an unidentified official in Kandahar’s local government as criticizing the first aid training, saying the Taliban did “not deserve to be treated like humans.”

Cardon said the Red Cross also received angry e-mails from people around the world in response to the article. But he insisted that in Afghanistan most officials well understood and accepted the group’s 151-year history of treating all war wounded regardless of their background or affiliation.

Even the usually far-left international law experts say the Red Cross does NOT have to do this.

Andrea Bianchi, a professor of international law at Geneva’s Graduate Institute, said the Red Cross wasn’t obliged to provide training and medical kits to the Taliban but appeared to have chosen to do so for practical reasons.

The smug attitude and arrogance of the Red Cross on this is even more grating.

“We are quite confident that it (the report) will not affect our operations.”

More from The Guardian, which broke the story:

The Red Cross in Afghanistan has been teaching the Taliban basic first aid and giving insurgents medical equipment so that fighters wounded during battles with Nato and Afghan government forces can be treated in the field, it was revealed today.

Don’t give to the Red Cross. Don’t give to the American Red Cross. Don’t give to the International version. Either way, you don’t know exactly where your money ends up. And one thing you know for sure: Red Cross money and resources help Islamic terrorists, including those fighting and killing American soldiers.

We’re coming up on Memorial Day. Several of the soldiers who are newly dead died in Afghanistan and are gone from this earth because the Red Cross healed men who ultimately killed them.

They are turning over in their grave.

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67 Responses

Do some research on the ARC and see how they stood by and did nothing during the Holocaust. No Jewish person should have anything to do with them anyway and this doesn’t surprise me in the least. They were always seeking my Mother out to lend some of her local celebrity luster and she would given them a piece of her mind before hanging up on them. Their behavior towards legitimate Katrina victims was disgraceful. There was a lot of chaos in the first few days following and that included uncertainty as to who was eligible for what. Lots of rumors. We went innocently trying to figure it out and were treated like the scum of the earth. BTW, I took a wheelchair because my MS had flared after a few days with no a/c. And still they acted like we were Bonnie and Clyde. We did determine we were not eligible and said, sorry we heard lots of conflicting info and left.

We had occasion to observer the Salvation Army in action, Total difference so I don’t care if they are a “missionary” organization. That is NOT their motivation during disaster relief and they are WONDERFUL. They are the only ones I’d donate to in those circumstances.

mk750 on May 27, 2010 at 1:50 pm

You know, there IS such a thing as peaceful Muslims. They actually constitute about 99% of the entire Muslim population. Not that I’d expect you to know anything, given this shit you’re trying to conjure up.

MS on May 27, 2010 at 1:50 pm

I heard about this the other day. I was disgusted, but not shocked. When I was in college back in the late 80’s I worked in a hospital in Boston. I saw how much money they strong arm hospitals out of for the blood that donors give out of the goodness of their hearts (no pun intended). Twice in my life I have required blood transfusions. Both times I asked friends & family members to make direct donations at the hospital

MarySJ on May 27, 2010 at 1:56 pm

I am a believer of compassion and love for all people, but when it comes to this it has nothing to do with that. That is reserved for real oppression, pain, and suffering due to uncontrollable circumstances. This is like two men shooting at each other and when one runs out of ammo the other tosses some over to him to keep the excitement going.

Amedeo Bianchi on May 27, 2010 at 1:59 pm

Do not give to them…. Israel’s Magen David Adom still does NOT have full equality in the International Red Cross.

Yes, the money is fungible. Here is another reason to make sure you’re not helping to kill fellow Americans. Its time to send our own Red Cross Society the message we won’t tolerate that kind of disgusting conduct!

NormanF on May 27, 2010 at 2:02 pm

When my father was boarding the ship for D-Day the Red Cross had a canteen set up on the docks, so he and some others walked over for a cup of coffee. The Red Cross was SELLING coffee to soldiers only 30 miles and a day away from landing in Normandy.

When I was in Viet-Nam the Red Cross dollies lived in air-conditioning and hung out in the officers’ club. I don’t know that they did anything else.

What does the Red Cross DO other than collect money?

Mack Hall on May 27, 2010 at 2:18 pm

    The Red Cross also SELLS shaving kits to injured soldiers.

    The Red Cross is the scum of the earth.

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on May 27, 2010 at 5:39 pm

    My father told the same story. He was stationed in the Philippines.

    Howard on May 28, 2010 at 9:06 am

Oh, and about those peaceful Muslims, MS — I read their book.

Mack Hall on May 27, 2010 at 2:19 pm

Well, MS says that 99 % of the Muslims are peaceful…
OK, let’s take that at face value for the moment.

The 2009 world-wide Muslim population was pegged at 1.82 Billion (http://www.islamicpopulation.com/).
Let’s then presume that the remaining 1% are the exploding-vest, beheading, nut-ball, Holocaust-denying extremists that want to kill us all (after they get their fill of alcohol and hookers, that is).

Running the numbers, 1% of 1.82 Billion is 18.2 Million that want to kill us !!!!

Get me some more ammo, MS…..I don’t have enough !!!!!

Shootist on May 27, 2010 at 2:24 pm

    Just riddle me this, why is it we can never seem to find the good 1% when something bad happens? They must be the ones wringing their hands about the profiling certain to follow terror attacks. Not the innocent victims.

    Something else that pissed me off about them is when my wife went through nursing school she was REQUIRED to volunteer at a blood bank. Nursing school mafia at work.

    samurai on May 27, 2010 at 3:49 pm

I don’t believe the claim they’re all peaceful. There’s a good reason why Muslim countries are not prime tourist destinations. An infidel dhimmi goes there at risk to his life and limb.

NormanF on May 27, 2010 at 2:35 pm

Shootist and Mack Hall, I love it! Great posts!

BLESS ISRAEL on May 27, 2010 at 2:35 pm

Debbie, you are absolutely amazing! And you are so needed. I wish you the proverbial 120 years.

Arn on May 27, 2010 at 2:42 pm

that number is just wrong ms, if u wanna hang ur hat on it as a lot of peaceniks do, ur free to rationaliz.

fact is israels problem, the me’s problem, the worlds problem is not with muslims. it is with their Ideaology, Islam, the god of their koran, their profit. and on that score 99 percrnt of them or whatever number follow the heard are on the same twisted destructve songsheet…rewritten and hijacked by ther reprobate profit mamud…

F-22 on May 27, 2010 at 2:44 pm

I have known for many years NOT TO GIVE TO THE RED CROSS.

It has reached an all time low. I thought bringing in the prostitutes for the 9-11 workers was bad enough.

As goes Israel - so goes the World on May 27, 2010 at 3:26 pm

Hmmm you’re quite right to take that claim “at face value”, Shootist, although the real message is that the Muslims, who are as you say “exploding-vest, beheading, nut-ball, Holocaust-denying extremists that want to kill us all”, really constitute a vey small, very unorganized, very uneducated, and very insignificant minority. Yet they somehow managed to be the face of Islam.

MS on May 27, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    Okay, now that is a lie. What you said before, about 99% of all muslims being peaceful, moderate, pro-western, pro-democracy, pro-women’s rights, yada yada, that is a lie.
    Remember: islam has hat nearly 1400 yrs to impact their culture in a positive way. THIS is what they are mainly mostly known for after nearly 14 full centuries: The Sword, killing, killing, stealing land, subjugation of women as concubines and more killing.
    That’s 1400 YEARS. Not one single democratic government based on parliamentary rules of governance; not one single Islamic state (that follows tenents of Shari’a law)that has outlawed slavery; not one single nation of Islam has granted women the full equality of rights and personhood that we in the west take for granted.
    Wonder…why this is?
    AGAIN, 14 HUNDRED YEARS TO IMPACT THE CULTURE AROUND THEM IN A POSITIVE WAY…AND THEY SIMPLY HAVE NOT DONE SO.
    Islam has definitely made an impact on history and the cultures around them, just not in the ways that rational reasonable scientific secularist minded people of the human family would have preferred.
    “There are moderate muslims, but Islam itself is not moderate.”

    Present your mythical and illusionary 99% figure that Muslims are peaceful pro-democratic and follow the humanistic values of humankind. Merely because only 1% (And even THAT number is much too low) participate in jihad? “only” 1% blow people up?
    Keep in mind: “ONLY” 1% of a faith that is roughly a BILLION folks…the math would say thatis about…10 Million souls. That’s a lot. A lot of violence, killings, etc.

    But your original post about the 99% of Muslims being pro-west, pro-peace, pro-humanistic values of humanity, well, frankly, that is a lie.

    Robbie on May 27, 2010 at 4:24 pm

Mack Hall – What book?

MS on May 27, 2010 at 3:53 pm

What a great way to get inside of the muzzie strongholds to take care of business!! You just tell them “My squad, I mean my 10 man Red Cross medical team and I want to train you. Bring me your leaders.”

Jarhead on May 27, 2010 at 4:08 pm

    awwww man, you let the cat out of the bag.
    Now we’ll have to go with plan B ;)

    theShadow on May 27, 2010 at 10:33 pm

    Hey MS, like the other posts here I used to think that Islam seemed like some pagan or satanic cult that is bent on murder, destruction, and subjugation of all infidel non-beleivers. Than I took the advice of ‘smarter’ folks like you and decided to actually do some historical research. After much time studying the vast worldwide information available to me, I have finally come to my own enlightened conclusion: “Islam IS an evil, pagan satanic cult bent on murder, destruction, and subjugation of all infidel non-beleivers”.

    What I used to think, now I know… or as a friend of mine put it: I used to be conceited, now I’m convinced.

    theShadow on May 27, 2010 at 11:38 pm

Wow, there seems to be a common perception in this forum that Islam is a violent religion and that somehow it is the ideology that is causing people left right and center to start blowing themselves… you could not be dead-wrong.

If you want to find out what actually started this recent strain in terrorism, read the story of how George Bush Sr. fucked over Bin Laden in Afghanistan.. really, Al Qaeda is based on revenge, not the pretext they use which is the Koran

MS on May 27, 2010 at 4:19 pm

    Again, look at my original post to your petard.
    Al Qaida is based on the original Muslim Brotherhood founded in 1928, you ass clown. 1928! W wasn’t even born yet.

    Okay, I get it. YOu’re being deliberately obtuse.
    Here. I’ll toss a bone your way.

    Atheist left wing philosopher and mathematican Bertrand Russell, writing in 1922 stated that Islam had more in common with Socialism’s principles because it regulates every aspect of man to the state, as opposed to Buddhism and Christianity which unlike Islam are otherworldly concerned and spiritual, not temporal and violently revolutionary, only cocerned with the things of this present world.

    Thus Pribichevich concludes, regarding the Ottoman Sultanate, “Of all known dictators the Sultans were the most dictatorial.”

    And Pribichevich goes on to explain how this dictatorial Ottoman Sultanate operated within the overall context of Islam’s religio-political totalitarian system, consistent with Bousquet’s observation (from 1950), based upon the latter’s analysis of Islamic Law:

    Then, Islam was a totalitarian religion. The Koran regulated not only the relationship of man to God, but all aspects of political organization, economics, and private conduct. Although the Sultan was the sole legislator, his laws, the sheri [Shari’a], were expected to conform to the sacred text. Now, for the proper interpretation of the Prophet’s phrases, there was a body of learned priests and jurists, the Ulemas. While no born Moslem could become a member of the Janissaries, no ex-Christian was ever allowed to enter the sacred corporation of the Ulemas. These theologians were not the slaves of the Sultan, but their opinions nevertheless were only advisory. So, the whole exotic structure of the Ottoman state can be summed up this way: the Koran was the empire’s Constitution; the Sultan, its absolute executor; the Janissaries, the soldiers and administrators; and the thinking Ulemas, a sort of Supreme Court.

    Finally, investigative journalist John Roy Carlson’s 1948-1950 interviews of Arab Muslim religious and political leaders provide consummate independent validation of these Western assessments. Perhaps most revealing were the candid observations of Aboul Saud, whom Carlson described as a “pleasant English-speaking member of the Arab League Office.” Aboul Saud explained to Carlson that Islam was an authoritarian religio-political creed which encompassed all of a Muslim’s spiritual and temporal existence. He stated plainly,

    islam-watch.com

    You might describe Mohammedanism as a religious form of State Socialism…The Koran give the State the right to nationalize industry, distribute land, or expropriate the right to nationalize industry, distribute land, or expropriate property. It grants the ruler of the State unlimited powers, so long as he does not go against the Koran. The Koran is our personal as well as our political constitution.

    Robbie on May 27, 2010 at 4:31 pm

    You phony little muzzie. It doesn’t take much to bring out “out of your shell”, does it?

    Why don’t you go bother sheep?

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on May 27, 2010 at 5:46 pm

The Red Cross also had a scandal going on about donations (iirc) during Hurricane Katrina — in which those donations never, ever reached the intended victims. I’d certainly look to other organizations to donate to (I also avoid any, ANY organization associated with the United Nations).

I also recall (this was many years ago) during the Bosnia/etc. wars in the former state of Yugoslavia, Red Cross misdeeds were reported. (The Red Cross has a commitment to remain “neutral” in any conflict — that is, to not take sides in any conflict. It’s their alleged “neutrality” which gives them their so-called “credibility.” If they are seen as favoring one side as opposed to the other side, this then puts all their workers into grave danger (ie, they become considered “enemies” and will be shot, kidnapped, etc.) Anyway, their “neutrality” was questioned and they were coming (literally) under fire. (If these “Red Cross” people are aiding and assisting the Taliban, how are they then “neutral” in this conflict?)

J.S. on May 27, 2010 at 4:24 pm

It is a very sad day when the Red Cross can’t even be trusted to do the right thing.

A: Unfortunately, as I noted in the piece, the Red Cross could never be trusted to do the right thing, esp. during the Holocaust. DS

Angie on May 27, 2010 at 4:26 pm

Hey Robbie, you raise a valid point about the fact that Islam still not redeeming itself after 14 centuries. Just remember that until the beginning of the 20th century, when the whole can of worms called the Middle East was opened by the Europeans (ie mostly the Brits) and was carved up every which way, promising land to both Jews and Palestinians, etcetera etcetera you know your history apparently, nobody even TALKED about the Islamic question. Islamist terrorism was not a problem back then until the creation of the Jewish state of Israel, as well as the Soviet War in Afghanistan, two factors that ultimately gave birth to the calamitous tendency in the Middle East to senseless suicide bombings, and cowardly attacks on American soil.

So far are we both agreeing with one another?

What you probably aren’t aware of is that BEFORE the formation of Islam (way back in the day…) the Middle East was TUMBLING in discord and chaos; bedouin tribes fought each other DAILY, rapes and murders were extremely common, and it there was no sense of governance or order. The rise of Islam changed all of that in every way: it introduced a way of life that everyone could agree with and actually created stability in a time of chaos. Shortly afterwards in history, under the umbrella of Islam, the Ottoman Empire introduced several scientific, mathematical, and literary breakthroughs and revolutions that would be copied by the Western world several decades later (optics, algebra, compasses, etc etc). It is only after the corruption that seems to flock around the Middle East that perverted the image of Islam yet again, and the incompetent fools who rule there, that tarnished the reputation of Islam, and are the ancestors to the cowardly terrorists that run amok today, thinking they are fulfilling some religious order.

What these obtuse fools (see what i did here?) don’t realize is that if people don’t join Islam, there is absolutely nothing wrong with that! The decision to join Islam is just that: a choice. Part of the selling points that terrorists attempt to pitch to potential recruits is that if they join the jihad (the perverted form, mind you), they will get like a million virgins in Heaven or whatever (classic manipulation of poor people i guess). Nowhere in the koran does it preach that muslims should actively take up arms against disbelievers, unless otherwise provoked or in war against.

Remember, Islam means “peace”. NOT terrorism

MS on May 27, 2010 at 4:55 pm

    That would come as news to the Byzantines, the enslaved Slav Christians of Europe, to the Zoroastrians, Buddhists, Hindus and Jews who were all slaughtered, reduced to little better than slaves and oppressed throughout the Muslim World. Those who experienced Islam still viscerally hate them to this very day and they certainly know it to be a religion of war – not a religion of peace. There are no Jews left in the Muslim World apart from dwindling numbers in Iran and Morocco and Christianity there is on the verge of extinction. That is the true face of Islam.

    Wake the heck up!

    NormanF on May 27, 2010 at 5:14 pm

    MS – you’ve gotta be kidding me when your wrote “Islamist terrorism was not a problem back then until the creation of the Jewish state of Israel.” Do you really believe this? islamic terrorism has been going on over that way for centuries. Do a little homework and look up the Barbary Coast pirates or the Barbary corsairs. They were called pirates back then, but today we would call them terrorists. And they were all muslims. They have been terrorists since their false prophet died and continue there backwards ways today.

    Jarhead on May 27, 2010 at 5:16 pm

      Look, MS, Abraham loved Sarah so Issac was “in”. As far as Hagar goes, she’s “out” and so was your cousin Ishmael.

      Unfortunately, the losers down THAT family line are taking it out on the whole world. You out and that’s life. Deal with it.

      As goes Israel - so goes the World on May 27, 2010 at 5:59 pm

    Today’s muzzie, MS, said:

    “Remember, Islam means “peace”. NOT terrorism.”

    Uh, actions speak louder than words. I will put it another way, saying so doesnt make it so anymore than a bath and a ribbon turns a pig into a poodle.

    You’re foul-mouth muderers.

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on May 27, 2010 at 5:52 pm

    The 9/11 hijackers all had a university education. Just like the Nazis. That didn’t make them any less extreme or murderous. Just the opposite. And every Muslim terrorist we’ve seen comes from a middle to upper class background. The cliche is literally true there are no poor and uneducated Muslim terrorist. The less educated a Muslim is, the less likely he is to be extreme. So having them come here to be educated in America is going to make them more extreme than before they became acquainted with our way of life. That is why we must want our country to become a school for them in which to practice their jihad skills. They have, they do and they will in the future.

    Its just soo sad people can’t get it!

    NormanF on May 27, 2010 at 7:06 pm

Debbie is right… they’re a crass political organization masquerading as a humanitarian service. Whatever did they do for the Jews during the Holocaust? And the so called terms they offered to Israel – which the dhimmi Jews in Israel lapped up for the dubious privilege of joining them, was that the Star Of David could only be displayed inside a Red Crystal when used outside Israel. No such restriction on the display of the Cross and the Crescent abroad. Second class status only for the Jews.

The Red Cross never had a moral compass and in my eyes they will never have one.

NormanF on May 27, 2010 at 4:59 pm

islam means submission, by sword if necessary.

they want the global caliphate, they dont hide the fact.

what about sura 9:5

im sure this is hard for you. may take generations.

it was Zbig’s idea to use mujahad to bleed the soviets. when the towers came down W had to go another direction. you cant just pull one little piece out of the puzzle like a lego.

F-22 on May 27, 2010 at 5:54 pm

My brother in law fought in Vietnam (literally). He said he would never give one penny to the Red Cross. They made them purchase a cup of coffee, even if they were cold, and wet, and full of leeches. Never anything just because.

sharon on May 27, 2010 at 6:08 pm

MS sez:

“the real message is that the Muslims, who are as you say “exploding-vest, beheading, nut-ball, Holocaust-denying extremists that want to kill us all”, really constitute a vey small, very unorganized, very uneducated, and very insignificant minority. Yet they somehow managed to be the face of Islam.”

This is a typical Muslim lie. First, canonical Islam requires precisely the violence that MS claims isn’t typical of Islam. Not only is this evident from the Koran, Hadith, and Sira (authoritative biography of Mo), but it is evident from what comes out of, say, Al-Azhar University (about as present-day canonical as one gets.

Second, it’s a lie because those who do not actually explode facilitate the work of those who do. And indeed, any believing Muslim MUST consider the non-Muslim inferior and to be conquered. The only issue is what skills said Muslim has to wage the jihad.

MS claims rationality, but in fact attempts deception. The level of this deception is evident to anyone who is not an ignoramus.

skzion on May 27, 2010 at 6:39 pm

MS, are you feeling you have been treated harshly by the posters here on this site in the West?

Now I’m right away nervous, that we are going to radicalize you. Hope thats not the case.

hill billy on May 27, 2010 at 8:21 pm

Quite the reverse: the real reason to not give to the IRC is that it is a branch of the american military. Give to Doctors without borders, or Sea-Shepherd.

“islam has hat nearly 1400 yrs to impact their culture in a positive way. THIS is what they are mainly mostly known for after nearly 14 full centuries: The Sword, killing, killing, stealing land, subjugation of women as concubines and more killing.”

LOL. And how well was christianity doing after 1400 years? Pretty much the same. Islam is just playing catch-up, that’s all.

Paul Murray on May 28, 2010 at 12:04 am

Where should an American citizen who wishes to donate BLOOD go?
Should people stop giving any money at all to the American Red Cross? I agree with you wholeheartedly about the INTERNATIONAL Red Cross; I decided long ago that not a dime of my money or a drop of my blood would ever go to them, but what about the American Red Cross? Who will help flood victims in North Carolina?

MRS: Please read the entire post very carefully. This is NOT just about the International Red Cross. I hate repeating what I’ve already written in the post, but the AMERICAN Red Cross gave the International Red Cross several hundred thousand dollars in funds to give to Hezbollah in S. Lebanon as “relief” in 2006 during the Israel Hezbollah war. If you give to the American portion, you are giving to crap like that. DS

Miranda Rose Smith on May 28, 2010 at 2:00 am

    This is NOT just about the International Red Cross. I hate repeating what I’ve already written in the post, but the AMERICAN Red Cross gave the International Red Cross several hundred thousand dollars in funds to give to Hezbollah in S. Lebanon as “relief” in 2006 during the Israel Hezbollah war. If you give to the American portion, you are giving to crap like that. DS

    Where should an American citizen who wants to donate blood, or who wants to donate money that will go to flood victims in North Carolina or earthquake victims on the West Coast GO?

    Miranda Rose Smith on May 28, 2010 at 3:09 am

      Miranda, for any monetary donations in the US, give to Salvation Army, You can call the local office and they will tell you how to get it to NC.

      mk750 on May 28, 2010 at 3:27 am

        Dear mk750: Good idea about the Salvation Army. I’ve always admired them. I think they should have won the Nobel Peace Prize. I think the reason they never did is because they did and do so much work among the WHITE poor in England and the United States and the European intellectuals who give out the Nobel Prizes hate working class Anglo-Saxon men.

        Giving blood directly to hospitals? Arn’t most hospital blood banks in the U.S. run by the Red Cross?

        Miranda Rose Smith on May 28, 2010 at 3:44 am

          MIranda, I think now you can do direct donation. I remember when you couldn’t. Look for calls for your type for a specific patient or during a crisis and give to that specific person or if you KNOW it will go for that cause. I guess if the RC is doing the collection but it’s designated, that’s ok

          SA doesn’t just work with white people, they work with ANYONE who needs their help. If the local majority is white, that’s who is helped. The
          Llibs don’t give because basically they are a church but they do sooooooo much good and NO STRINGS attaches. Remember, you’re hearing a Jewish person tell you to give to a church. LOL

          mk750 on May 28, 2010 at 9:21 am

    Check out Hatzalah, ~www.unitedhatzalah.org~ which is a Jewish organization that helps anyone. I don’t even give to MDA because they are tied to ICRC and submit to theur dhimmitude demands, e.g. NOT displaying the Star of David in some places even tho Red Crescent can display their symbol with impunity,

    mk750 on May 28, 2010 at 3:24 am

MS – you’ve gotta be kidding me when your wrote “Islamist terrorism was not a problem back then until the creation of the Jewish state of Israel.”

Do you know what happened to the Jewish community in Hebron in 1928, 20 years before there was a Jewish state? Did you ever hear of the Damascus Blood Libel? I could go on, but you get the idea.

Miranda Rose Smith on May 28, 2010 at 2:15 am

Miranda, every word written about the ARC here is true. You can find more worthy organizatons and if you feel strongly about giving blood, make it a direct donation.

Do you remember on 9/11 how as soon as the towers were hit, people poured into blood banks to give? When the Towers fell, it was obvious the blood wasn’t going to be needed but ARC still was asking for it. They wound up with thousands of units that they supposedly had to destroy. I wonder. With that much blood pouring in how could everyone be properly screened for communicable diseases? They are scammers, vampires and bigots. Check their rating with Charity Navigator. I seem to remember hearing that their ratio of operating expenses to funding projects is on the high side.

mk750 on May 28, 2010 at 3:17 am

Ummm-the flood was in Nashville, TN.

Pinandpuller on May 28, 2010 at 4:10 am

excellent work.

I almost worked for this group – they are big time multi-culti meaning liberal/multicultural…save your money and DS is right, do not give.

same deal w/ united way IMO

LP on May 28, 2010 at 4:29 am

LP, correct about United way. Please, everyone, do your research on how they work. The biggest recipients automatically get 10% of every donation even if you designate a particular charity. So if you say give my $100 to the SA, they will give them 90 and divvy up the other 10 to everyone else including Planned “Murderer”hood. Actually, the charities won’t get $100 dollars. They’ll receive a good deal less after “operating expenses” and the remainder will be split 90/10. Again check ~ http://www.charitynavigator.org ~ before giving to ANY charity to see where your donation really goes.

mk750 on May 28, 2010 at 9:28 am

Debbie you have gone too far this time!!!

first of all, the red cross will offer a relief to ANYONE in need no matter what his affiliation is. That is the mission of the red cross for the past century.

Secondly, The Lebanese Red Cross that received the funds is a CHRISTIAN organisation. saying that it is aiding terror is an insult to all Lebanese Christians knowing that Lebanese Christians have been fighting Islamic terror since before the US even existed.

Antoine on May 28, 2010 at 10:29 am

You don’t want American soldiers to get killed? Don’t invade other countries. Its as simple as that.

Frisbeetarian on May 28, 2010 at 10:47 am

Frisb, whats tthe status of the restoration project on the synogog in Lebanon?

hill billy on May 28, 2010 at 11:51 am

    hill billy – the restoration project is going as well as the memorial to the U.S. Marines in Beirut. F#cking muzzies bastards.

    Jarhead on May 28, 2010 at 12:42 pm

To my knowledge the restoration is going well. They have gotten the donations they needed in order to complete the overhaul and repair of the temple.

Why would we build a memorial for U.S soldiers invading our country? We rightly exterminated your military presence in Lebanon and will do so once again should you choose to invade.

Frisbeetarian on May 28, 2010 at 1:41 pm

    Frisbeetarian – so does that mean Americans should go out and kill all Lebanese people in America? They have been invading America for years and are actively trying to destroy our society.

    Jarhead on May 28, 2010 at 2:21 pm

      I think Mexicans pose a more serious threat to your society than Arabs. Nonetheless, i cannot figure out how made the correlation between my post and Lebanese “invading” the United States.

      Frisbeetarian on May 28, 2010 at 7:40 pm

Rightfully*

Frisbeetarian on May 28, 2010 at 1:42 pm

Frisb, I would just bomb your country from the air. I’d aim at hospitals and mosques at once. You Nazis really need to learn your place–which is well below us.

skzion on May 28, 2010 at 5:26 pm

    Spoken like a true ignorant degenerate. Stay classy. Rofl, i cant believe i just said something so tacky.

    Frisbeetarian on May 28, 2010 at 7:42 pm

Fris said:

“You don’t want American soldiers to get killed? Don’t invade other countries. Its as simple as that.

Frisbeetarian on May 28, 2010 at 10:47 am”

Let’s review. The US was part of a (misguided) peacekeeping force. There was no invasion. Islamic Jihad/Hezbollah killed American and French soldiers. I happen to agree that US soldiers should not be put in harm’s way by playing the game that terrorists like you, Fris, want. As I value American lives more than I do the lives of foreigners, and certainly more than the lives of animals, I would use American might efficiently. Of course, you think this most immoral, but then your version of “morality” is based in Islam.

I am not ignorant at all. Indeed, my competence in Islam leads directly to the kind of strategy and tactics that I propose.

You have one hope: convert from Islam to a real religion. This will help humanize you.

skzion on May 29, 2010 at 3:51 pm

I guess ol’ Fris is suddenly tongue tied. Hey, maybe he’s just celebrating Memorial Day!

Skzion on May 29, 2010 at 8:18 pm

Debbie didn’t get to mention this in her research but one of the things the Red Cross is doing is giving cash payment to Arabs to stay in the so-called West Bank. Another example of what happens when you give “humanitarian” aid to the Red Cross. You’re funding that as well the Taliban/Al Qaeda. I suspect that’s just the tip of the vast, corrupt iceberg known as the international human rights community. When it comes to Israel, the money to oppose it will be there.

NormanF on May 30, 2010 at 7:59 am

B”H

Thanks for this Debbie.

Don’t even get me started….

No Jew has any business donating to them….

Ben-Yehudah on June 6, 2010 at 2:10 pm

So many misguided people, trying to give the idea that the U.S. and Israel are responsible for muslim attrocities. Fortunately, there are now enough well-researched books like Andrew Bostom’s Legacy of Jihad that we have educated ourselves about the Religion of Submission. Most Americans are extremely proud of their country and with good reason. We do not invade or spread our beliefs by the sword, both of which the muslims do and have for centuries. We known the TRUTH about Islam here — go on a leftist site if you are looking for “useful idiots,” for converts, or for sympathy.

impeachthedude on August 4, 2010 at 10:28 pm

So here we are almost a year later and there has been a great catastrophe in Japan. Who’s first on the scene? The International Double Cross!

My family has been opposed to the Double Cross since the end of WWII. When my mom was growing up, one of her neighbors was shot down over Europe and placed in a German POW camp. After his return home, he thanked everyone for the letters and told everyone that he had to pay for the Red Cross Care Packages!!!

My own grandfather related a similar story when he was charged for coffee and shaving kits while stationed in the Solomon Islands in the PTO from 43-46.

These same packages were paid for by Americans in advance!!!!!

Why this organization still operates and has not been convicted of War Profiteering is beyond me.

I hope the people of Japan have enough to buy their necessities once the IRC arrives.

KC Taylor on March 13, 2011 at 5:05 pm

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