I enjoy listening to Sam Harris podcasts, even though his (sometimes) “poor me” griping, and his self justification against criticism, grates. He asks good questions, and is courageous enough to discuss the politically incorrect undiscussable issues of our time.
I am a fan for that reason alone.
Today I listened to his interview
It was about what we could do for the world if we simply gave our time – but mostly our money – to good causes.
Well, there is no way to comment on the podcast – but I’d like Sam Harris to know, that many people don’t share their financial wealth with do-good-charities because they are a corrupt bunch of self feeding money-making “Charity-Industries”
The Charity-Industry is one of the new industries of the modern age. One could include all the Tobacco Control off shoots in that group. They employ many to plan how to spend our money. And they have CEO’s and a hierarchy of staff paid eye watering salaries, with the money they receive from the mugs that give it them.
We lived in Africa. Africa is a big empty hole that can never be filled until the siphoning off of money offered to it, by those making a profit from all the caring people who give, give, give, is stopped.
The whole modern system of “charity to the poor” is corrupt.
The Furlongs are not mugs. Charity begins at home.