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How much for the real cause?

In the Australian today there was an article about a cancer charity that gave away less than 1% of its funding for the real cause. It was cited that of the $387,684 for cancer raised just $4900 was given away. The paper said “Most of the money raised in the past two financial years went on commissions, management fees, traveling expenses and drivers.”

This is appalling.

It must be asked of the AGW gravy train – of the billions it has been given by governments – how much of this money has gone to the real cause – the environment? Or has it all be siphoned away to fund the lavish conferences, the jet setting activities and the huge wages of its proponents!

It seems we live in times where the setting up for a not for profit organisation is fair game as a business venture.

I was on the AGW gravy train, AGW gravy train, 50c in every dollar the governmnet gets is wasted

Another UNIPCC scientist bails, Global bullies want your money

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