The NGO Campaign to Destroy Israel

The Western world is full of charities that do nothing but good, such as fight disease; help the less fortunate, or offer legal protection. But there are other sorts of charities, the so-called non-governmental organizations (NGOs); these often work on the international stage, supposedly for human rights, humanitarian aid, and peace. These NGOs are funded by foundations, businesses, private persons — oh, and governments. They exist in astonishingly large numbers: 1.5 million in the US, 2 million in India, and thousands in Europe, over 500 of which are lobbyists in the European Parliament. The total income of OECD-linked NGOs amounts to around $16 billion. Unfortunately, some of these betray their love of humanity by adopting discriminatory policies.

  • WalterBannon

    Why has Oxfam not had their income tax charitable status revoked yet?

  • tom_billesley

    UK unions object to government moves to make levies collected for political and “charitable” purposes a voluntary opt in for union members. The unions complain that this will cut off funding to their favourite dhimmi NGO’s such as “Hope not Hate”. Union members might voluntarily give their money to “Help for Heroes” instead, and that would never do.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    The Internal Revenue Service, which is responsible for insuring that these organizations live up to all the required conditions for maintaining their tax exempt status, has itself been politicized instead of enforcing the ban on political activity, or at least requiring full disclosure thereof. Lawlessness prevails in dogooder world.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Carbomb Oxfam. Kill their families.

  • One might suggest that these organisations should no longer receive funding.

    But that would be nutty.