Give Blood To The Red Cross. Money? Never Again!

Posted by $ allosaur 1 year, 3 months ago to News
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Click the link to learn how our wonderful Red Cross is aiding and abetting the open borders invasion.

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  • Posted by Dobrien 1 year, 3 months ago
    Why does the international Red Cross have boxes of lots of cash? Does having complete diplomatic immunity and being able to move these boxes around the world freely with out scrutiny , create the ability for the infiltrated and corrupted officials
    to move contraband.
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    • Posted by $ 1 year, 3 months ago
      Whoa! That kinda blew my mind. Made me think of crime movies like Scarface.
      Also reminded me of working after my corrections career as armed security officer at the Birmingham Wachovia Money Center.
      I'd push buttons that let armored trucks in and out and let truck guards and Wachovia employees in and and out of a room that always kept both them apart save for all the big money being passed.
      Imagine women pushing carts in and out with paper money stacked on carts four feet high. Well, I saw that several times a shift. I couldn't help but think that if I had but one cart load I'd be set for life.
      I wasn't tempted, though. Had 21 years experience of seeing how inmates lived in a orison. Had that post before I could finally work the post I signed up for.
      That was at the nearby Wachovia Data Center. I worked there for about three years before a supervisor who took too much overtime to take his wife on a cruise lost the contract to another security company.
      Would you believe that weak link for a captain we called Cap" was also a Baptist preacher? He cost at least 15 employees their jobs.
      I worked for another contract security company that had all kinds of post to work before failing health forced me to fully retire during 2013.
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  • Posted by mccannon01 1 year, 3 months ago
    Mixed bag here. I've donated blood with full knowledge the Red Cross sells it to hospitals supposedly to cover collection, storage, and distribution expenses and I consider it an honorable thing to do. However, Red Cross management is well paid (from what I've read) and so are other employees, which indicates it's a business layered on to a charity. The Red Cross also has a lot of "programs" for charitable work (disaster relief, etc.), but I never would have guessed the Red Cross would be aiding and abetting criminals to invade our country. I guess the Red Cross is just another organization infiltrated by woke America hating commies.
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    • Posted by $ 1 year, 3 months ago
      Sheeple willing the bear the repressive cancel you in a heartbeat Yoke Of The Woke are evidently everywhere.
      BTW, I donate to Towers To Tunnels (more than that "11 dollars a month") and give nothing to Wounded Warriors. Why?
      The Wounded Warriors CEO takes a huge chunk of donations annually.
      Can't recall how much but I remember being shocked by the amount (and I learned he got a big fat raise after being shocked by what he was already making).
      The already a rich man who runs Towers To Tunnels can afford to take what would be a pauper's paycheck for even me a retired dino.
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      • Posted by Dobrien 1 year, 3 months ago
        Never forget that the vast majority of humans are good. Also never forget that the bad ones always disguise themselves as compassionate saviors. They often launder their crimes behind the veil of benevolently branded charities and organizations. One of the architects of this deceitful racket is Mr. Bill Gates, whose own wife left him after learning the dark details of his ties with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein
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  • Posted by $ 25n56il4 1 year, 3 months ago
    When my x2 was in Viet Nam the second time, I worked as a volunteer for the ARC and we connected with those deployed in VN. I enjoyed being in Service to Military Families. I admired the work the ARC was doing. And when my city suffered a flood of 42 inches of rain in 24 hours, I visited nearly every home in this town asking if everyone was okay and distributing needed cash
    vouchers to those who were suffering.
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  • Posted by LibertyBelle 1 year, 3 months ago
    Whatever decision I might make about giving money to the Red Cross, blood is out of the question. I have offered twice, and been turn down both times. Why? I have epliepsy; apparently, they don't want the medicine that is in my blood. I once proposed going without the medicine a couple of days, and then donating; no, they didn't like that , either. So now , when I see appeals for blood, I just turn away; they don't want mine, so to h__l with it.
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