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Post  Annabel on Sun 15 Jul - 17:49

http://onlyinamericablogging.blogspot.com/2012/07/lady-meyer-kate-mccann-now-i-see.html

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Post  Lillyofthevalley on Sun 15 Jul - 20:14

DISGUSTING!! Lets hope Lady Meyer gets taken down along with Lady McCann soon!!! The connections in this case are unbelievable!!

One thing is for sure Ill never give to a charity again!!

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Post  Bobsy on Sun 15 Jul - 20:54

Lillyofthevalley wrote:DISGUSTING!! Lets hope Lady Meyer gets taken down along with Lady McCann soon!!! The connections in this case are unbelievable!!

One thing is for sure Ill never give to a charity again!!

Do you know Lillyofthevalley I feel a right fool. Been hoodwinked for so long because I thought these people were genuinely supporting a charity and working for little more than small out of pocket expenses. That they had the time and were prepared to donate it to a good cause, for free. But they make a well a very lucrative living out of it and it stinks.

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What percentage of donations actually go to needy?

Post  BelEddie on Mon 16 Jul - 11:03

This is not quite the same as the above but the forum members might be interested in the following.

I used to work for a company that had a contract with a World wide charity. I was given the job of sorting out some problems at the charity head office.
When I got to the building I was escorted around several offices on several floors. It took me about three hours to fix the prob.
When I had finished the person who had been with me all the time asked me would I like a guided tour. Whilst we were walking around the building I commented about the number of empty offices all with computers etc and when we got to the car park I was amazed at the number of charity cars, he then said something that has stayed with me.
He stated that for every pound donated 97% went to administration and the remainder to the people in need!

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Post  cherry1 on Mon 16 Jul - 11:10

Sadly there seem to be a number of well known high profile charities who think
nothing of squandering money and keep making appeals to the public saying how
much they need the money to help the children etc., and these are also the charities
which seem to get an awful lot of government money!

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Post  mara thon on Mon 16 Jul - 11:55

Many of the so called charities really do need the money cherry, someone has to pay for their cheauffer driven cars, their first class flights, their 5/7 star hotels, their huge expense accounts, their grand houses etc etc. Very little of what is given actually goes for what it is meant and I personally would not give one cent to any of these charities, I've seen first hand much of what goes on. One example, but I could give many:

Some years ago in West Africa we visited a school way out in the bush. We were there to see the inaugaration of the new toilet block. The new toilet block was quite simply 3 holes in the ground, 4 bricks round each hole and a wooden shed with partitions inside to separate each hole, the shed could be moved when new holes were needed. The headmaster of this school said to us "You people in England give your money to XXX charity, they use it to buy new vehicles but they don't want to damage the vehicles coming here. We are supposed to get a visit every 6 months to vaccinate the children, treat their ailments etc, but we haven't had a visit in over 2 years."

I have never donated a single cent or stuffed any of the bags we used to get pushed through the letterbox since, and I never will. I prefer to do my bit in my own way through my own contacts and know that what I give is being used for the right purpose.

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Post  T4two on Mon 16 Jul - 12:11

Lillyofthevalley wrote:DISGUSTING!! Lets hope Lady Meyer gets taken down along with Lady McCann soon!!! The connections in this case are unbelievable!!

One thing is for sure Ill never give to a charity again!!

Lady Meyer won't be taken down - it isn't possible and she knows it. That's why she's never batted an eyelid and is carrying on as before. After all, she's Lady Meyer and anyway to quote a familiar phrase, "We all do it". And I can quite believe it - I'm sure they do. That's why KM fits in so well and they can overlook her ghastly accent. IMO it's far more likely that anyone who has had the audacity to point the finger at Lady Meyer would be taken down than Lady Meyer herself. Same goes for Lady Muck doesn't it? Perhaps Dr. Amaral should thank his lucky stars that he's being sued in Portugal and not in the UK.

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Post  Wallflower on Mon 16 Jul - 12:51

Thanks Annabel, for bringing this over for us to read. It was most interesting. It's a very good thing to give money to away charitably. I have been reading some very interesting stuff on the law of attraction: the more you give, the more you attract. But that's a side point. Reading this thread has certainly strengthened my belief that if you have money to give, you are far better off giving it directly to people in need. Cut out the middlemen.

Also, have you noticed the increasingly aggressive and intrusive tactics that these charity chuggers are using these days? They stand right infront of supermarket entrances, they also come in pairs to knock on doors. I've had loads of them. I wonder how much commission they're on? Not that I blame them, but still. But from top to bottom - everyone's taking a cut.

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Post  Wallflower on Mon 16 Jul - 12:56

T4two wrote:
Lillyofthevalley wrote:DISGUSTING!! Lets hope Lady Meyer gets taken down along with Lady McCann soon!!! The connections in this case are unbelievable!!

One thing is for sure Ill never give to a charity again!!

Lady Meyer won't be taken down - it isn't possible and she knows it. That's why she's never batted an eyelid and is carrying on as before. After all, she's Lady Meyer and anyway to quote a familiar phrase, "We all do it". And I can quite believe it - I'm sure they do. That's why KM fits in so well and they can overlook her ghastly accent. IMO it's far more likely that anyone who has had the audacity to point the finger at Lady Meyer would be taken down than Lady Meyer herself. Same goes for Lady Muck doesn't it? Perhaps Dr. Amaral should thank his lucky stars that he's being sued in Portugal and not in the UK.

I dunno T4two. Can you ever really rest easy at night unless you've been walking the straight and narrow path in life? I'm sure that the MP's who were claiming ridiculous and fictional expenses didn't bat an eyelid because "we all do it." Rebecca Brooks thought she could do and say exactly as she pleased. Tom Watson's accounts of the threats she made to him are very illuminating. But look at her now.

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Post  T4two on Mon 16 Jul - 13:11

Wallflower wrote:
T4two wrote:
Lillyofthevalley wrote:DISGUSTING!! Lets hope Lady Meyer gets taken down along with Lady McCann soon!!! The connections in this case are unbelievable!!

One thing is for sure Ill never give to a charity again!!

Lady Meyer won't be taken down - it isn't possible and she knows it. That's why she's never batted an eyelid and is carrying on as before. After all, she's Lady Meyer and anyway to quote a familiar phrase, "We all do it". And I can quite believe it - I'm sure they do. That's why KM fits in so well and they can overlook her ghastly accent. IMO it's far more likely that anyone who has had the audacity to point the finger at Lady Meyer would be taken down than Lady Meyer herself. Same goes for Lady Muck doesn't it? Perhaps Dr. Amaral should thank his lucky stars that he's being sued in Portugal and not in the UK.

I dunno T4two. Can you ever really rest easy at night unless you've been walking the straight and narrow path in life? I'm sure that the MP's who were claiming ridiculous and fictional expenses didn't bat an eyelid because "we all do it." Rebecca Brooks thought she could do and say exactly as she pleased. Tom Watson's accounts of the threats she made to him are very illuminating. But look at her now.

I'm pretty certain that these people like to set an example every now and then - it keeps the majority of them safe. What better opportunity to get back at that horrible Brooks woman for example - jumped up little... But Lady Meyer? No way! Get the picture?

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Post  Wallflower on Mon 16 Jul - 13:31

lol That horrible Brooks woman who had them all by the balls. I'm not sure really, if I understand quite what you're saying. I'm not sure why Brooks should be taken down by "them" but Lady Meyer should consider herself to be safe. forever. I don't know a huge amount about the Meyers, but I can't see what makes them so very indispensable. If there are enough people with honesty and integrity out there, willing to tell the truth about the Meyers' wrongdoings, then, I think, they have reason to be afraid.

And anyway, my point is a general one - about the truth and transparency and karma. "They" whoever these high up sinister forces are, can't control and manipulate the universe and everything in it forever, even if they think they can. Just my opinion.

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Post  jd16 on Mon 16 Jul - 14:23

Lady Meyer was in the Queens honours list (page 15) in June 2012...I think she got a CBE!!! You couldn't write it

http://www.direct.gov.uk/prod_consum_dg/groups/dg_digitalassets/@dg/@en/documents/digitalasset/dg_202133.pdf


Remember gerry mccann's sudden 'visit' to Washington in July 2007 where he amongst others he met with were US attorney general Alberto Gonzales to discuss efforts to tackle child abduction, experts from the National and International Centres for Missing and Exploited Children in the US, looking at Amber Alert in the States. Lady Meyer's husband Christopher Meyer just happened to be the ex-ambassador to Washington

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Post  almostgothic on Mon 16 Jul - 14:43

Well, I think that's me done with charities until further notice ......

Except these:

1) Local charity shops and the organisations they represent. I know who they are and what they do, and they use the money for the purpose it was intended.

2) RNLI - a really worthwhile cause, and I can't as yet see any way that Madam Ambassador could inveigle her way into that one.*


* However, if anyone spots Madam Ambassador in full lifeboat gear and whistling I Am Sailing, then please let me know and I'll revise my choices accordingly.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 16 Jul - 16:29

almostgothic wrote:Well, I think that's me done with charities until further notice ......

Except these:

1) Local charity shops and the organisations they represent. I know who they are and what they do, and they use the money for the purpose it was intended.

2) RNLI - a really worthwhile cause, and I can't as yet see any way that Madam Ambassador could inveigle her way into that one.*


* However, if anyone spots Madam Ambassador in full lifeboat gear and whistling I Am Sailing, then please let me know and I'll revise my choices accordingly.

My attitude to charities has changed. I will carry on supporting my local charity shops that are for local charities and will support the local Dog's Trust.

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Post  T4two on Mon 16 Jul - 17:27

Wallflower wrote:lol That horrible Brooks woman who had them all by the balls. I'm not sure really, if I understand quite what you're saying. I'm not sure why Brooks should be taken down by "them" but Lady Meyer should consider herself to be safe. forever. I don't know a huge amount about the Meyers, but I can't see what makes them so very indispensable. If there are enough people with honesty and integrity out there, willing to tell the truth about the Meyers' wrongdoings, then, I think, they have reason to be afraid.

And anyway, my point is a general one - about the truth and transparency and karma. "They" whoever these high up sinister forces are, can't control and manipulate the universe and everything in it forever, even if they think they can. Just my opinion.

My point Wallflower is that only those considered expendable are 'taken down'. Brooks overplayed her hand and put herself in a position where they felt they could do it without too many repercussions. The McCanns are 'safe' because too many people are on record as having backed them and would lose face if the truth were to come out. It's my opinion that the people supporting them prefer to believe what they wish to believe - hence they do not read the Portuguese police files or Dr. Amaral's book and Scotland Yard review pages and pages of files concerning 'sightings' rather than confront the pair and their accomplices with the obvious awkward questions.

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Post  meg on Mon 16 Jul - 17:40

AnnaEsse wrote:
almostgothic wrote:Well, I think that's me done with charities until further notice ......

Except these:

1) Local charity shops and the organisations they represent. I know who they are and what they do, and they use the money for the purpose it was intended.

2) RNLI - a really worthwhile cause, and I can't as yet see any way that Madam Ambassador could inveigle her way into that one.*


* However, if anyone spots Madam Ambassador in full lifeboat gear and whistling I Am Sailing, then please let me know and I'll revise my choices accordingly.

My attitude to charities has changed. I will carry on supporting my local charity shops that are for local charities and will support the local Dog's Trust.

Is the National Dogs Trust good to donate to? I have a friend who wants to donate a large amount to help dogs but wants to be sure it is used properly
and not used for high salaries, nothing against anybody taking a reasonable salary for the work they do for charity (we all need to live)

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Post  jd16 on Mon 16 Jul - 17:43

T4two wrote: My point Wallflower is that only those considered expendable are 'taken down'. Brooks overplayed her hand and put herself in a position where they felt they could do it without too many repercussions. The McCanns are 'safe' because too many people are on record as having backed them and would lose face if the truth were to come out. It's my opinion that the people supporting them prefer to believe what they wish to believe - hence they do not read the Portuguese police files or Dr. Amaral's book and Scotland Yard review pages and pages of files concerning 'sightings' rather than confront the pair and their accomplices with the obvious awkward questions.

I believe this too

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Post  almostgothic on Mon 16 Jul - 18:34

Pssst - wanna see some pics of pampered poodles people working really really hard for the wine trade photo opportunities charidee?

http://www.pact-online.org/Events/pact-events-10-downing-street-reception-missing-kids-web-site-launch-theresa-may-kate-mccann-ceop-catherine-meyer.html

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Post  marxman on Mon 16 Jul - 18:40

almostgothic wrote:Pssst - wanna see some pics of pampered poodles people working really really hard for the wine trade photo opportunities charidee?

http://www.pact-online.org/Events/pact-events-10-downing-street-reception-missing-kids-web-site-launch-theresa-may-kate-mccann-ceop-catherine-meyer.html

Look like Clarence has missing hair issues!
He really is going very thin on top.

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Post  Guest on Mon 16 Jul - 18:41

almostgothic wrote:Pssst - wanna see some pics of pampered poodles people working really really hard for the wine trade photo opportunities charidee?

http://www.pact-online.org/Events/pact-events-10-downing-street-reception-missing-kids-web-site-launch-theresa-may-kate-mccann-ceop-catherine-meyer.html

Lady Meyer looks like she's on a catwalk and Kate looks like she's on Death Row.

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Post  Wallflower on Mon 16 Jul - 19:08

T4two wrote:
Wallflower wrote:lol That horrible Brooks woman who had them all by the balls. I'm not sure really, if I understand quite what you're saying. I'm not sure why Brooks should be taken down by "them" but Lady Meyer should consider herself to be safe. forever. I don't know a huge amount about the Meyers, but I can't see what makes them so very indispensable. If there are enough people with honesty and integrity out there, willing to tell the truth about the Meyers' wrongdoings, then, I think, they have reason to be afraid.

And anyway, my point is a general one - about the truth and transparency and karma. "They" whoever these high up sinister forces are, can't control and manipulate the universe and everything in it forever, even if they think they can. Just my opinion.

My point Wallflower is that only those considered expendable are 'taken down'. Brooks overplayed her hand and put herself in a position where they felt they could do it without too many repercussions. The McCanns are 'safe' because too many people are on record as having backed them and would lose face if the truth were to come out. It's my opinion that the people supporting them prefer to believe what they wish to believe - hence they do not read the Portuguese police files or Dr. Amaral's book and Scotland Yard review pages and pages of files concerning 'sightings' rather than confront the pair and their accomplices with the obvious awkward questions.

Pharoah nuff T4two.

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Post  jd16 on Mon 16 Jul - 19:26

almostgothic wrote:Pssst - wanna see some pics of pampered poodles people working really really hard for the wine trade photo opportunities charidee?

http://www.pact-online.org/Events/pact-events-10-downing-street-reception-missing-kids-web-site-launch-theresa-may-kate-mccann-ceop-catherine-meyer.html

I do hope the wine was 'New Zealand white'... for their sake! kate mccann would be complaining about them as f'ing 't***sers otherwise

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Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 16 Jul - 19:58

meg wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
almostgothic wrote:Well, I think that's me done with charities until further notice ......

Except these:

1) Local charity shops and the organisations they represent. I know who they are and what they do, and they use the money for the purpose it was intended.

2) RNLI - a really worthwhile cause, and I can't as yet see any way that Madam Ambassador could inveigle her way into that one.*


* However, if anyone spots Madam Ambassador in full lifeboat gear and whistling I Am Sailing, then please let me know and I'll revise my choices accordingly.

My attitude to charities has changed. I will carry on supporting my local charity shops that are for local charities and will support the local Dog's Trust.

Is the National Dogs Trust good to donate to? I have a friend who wants to donate a large amount to help dogs but wants to be sure it is used properly
and not used for high salaries, nothing against anybody taking a reasonable salary for the work they do for charity (we all need to live)

I support my local Dog's Trust because they do great work. I visit regularly to see the dogs, who are all in comfortable and clean little rooms, with a door to the outside, where they can go out for some fresh air. They have lots of volunteers who walk the dogs.

I support them in practical ways by taking old towels and blankets I manage to collect, for bedding, and by always taking a few packs of dog biscuits or tins of food. I'd rather do that than pay a few pounds every month.

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Post  cherry1 on Mon 16 Jul - 20:29

Its great to support charities in practical ways like that.

A number of years ago there was a documentary which went out on Channel 4,
highlighting the fact that some large high profile charities were going around collecting, making
appeals etc.saying they urgently needed money when they had for example seven years money
in the bank. This was taking money away from smaller charities who were doing just as good a
job but who really needed urgently money to get through the next year. They were saying before
donating and supporting a charity always check out the accounts and see if they really do
need the money.

Some charities have so much money that it is wasted like on numerous company cars, marble fittings in their offices, throwing out all the stationery every three months and then ordering in new design of stationery etc.

Many smaller charities doing great work are closing down, these charities dont have large fundraising
and publicity departments and are doing vital work in the community. So really essential nowadays to check to make sure that the money donated is going to be put to good and proper use.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 16 Jul - 20:36

cherry1 wrote:Its great to support charities in practical ways like that.

A number of years ago there was a documentary which went out on Channel 4,
highlighting the fact that some large high profile charities were going around collecting, making
appeals etc.saying they urgently needed money when they had for example seven years money
in the bank. This was taking money away from smaller charities who were doing just as good a
job but who really needed urgently money to get through the next year. They were saying before
donating and supporting a charity always check out the accounts and see if they really do
need the money.

Some charities have so much money that it is wasted like on numerous company cars, marble fittings in their offices, throwing out all the stationery every three months and then ordering in new design of stationery etc.

Many smaller charities doing great work are closing down, these charities dont have large fundraising
and publicity departments and are doing vital work in the community. So really essential nowadays to check to make sure that the money donated is going to be put to good and proper use.

I stopped my monthly subs to charities about 18 months ago. I now only support the Dog's Trust and the Cat's Protection league on a regular basis. At my local Tesco, there is a bin for donations of food for the CPL and I add a pack of something to my trolley every week to drop in there.

My local Tesco also features individual missing children with large posters. I haven't seen one of Madeleine there, though.

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