No, but one of the problems that has put me off charity giving is the way so
many people are on the take. Take Nepal, for example. There are still
officials over their creaming money off the top of all the aid in exchange
for allowing help to be given.
Corruption at Fifa is nothing until you attempt to send money to aid people
abroad. Those people are parasites making money from others suffering in my
view. The lady I used to know, she died, worked for Tear fund in
Afghanistan, and said the factions out there, were all on the take at the
expense of the poor and downtrodden masses.
No wonder you can never help such countries.
As for this country, I find the attitude to legacies very irritating they
will accept houses when you die, as long as there are no strings attached.
They prefer the money, and certainly do not want the hassle of selling
valuable collections unless they are worth over a million due to the admin.
If that was so, how come they can run charity shops?
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