Fun Facts About the Ice Bucket Challenge SCAM – When Cultural Marxism & Talmudic Fraud Meet Philanthropy
ICE BUCKET FRAUD/SCAM: ALS FOUNDATION’s Jewish board ADMITS THAT 73% OF DONATIONS ARE NOT USED FOR ALS RESEARCH
If Cultural Marxism had a poster charity, it would be the ALS Ice Bucket challenge.
Celebrity, nudity, self aggrandisement, ordinary nobodies believing that by stripping down to their underwear and entering a glorified wet t-shirt contest on YouTube they are in fact saving the world, shows how much damage Marxism has done to our collective psyche.
In order to understand what the ALS Challenge is actually all about, one need only look at the ALS Foundation and what they represent.
Of the 11 ‘charitable’ men and women that sit on the ALS Foundation’s board, 7 are Jews (5 with US & Israeli citizenship) and 4 of the criminals are gentiles. The board that came up with the challenge, supported by liberals and conservatives alike, take home a massive $1.5 MILLION annually between them.
Fact: the so-called ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is little more than an old fashioned chain letter. If you don’t donate, dump ice cold water on your head or do something stupid to enrich a group of scheisters playing charity worker, you’re going to look bad to your mates. End of.
The Ice Bucket challenge preys upon our own exhibitionism and gullibility like no other single event I’ve seen. It’s peer pressure 21st century style aimed at putting money into the pockets of a group of not so savoury individuals.
Firstly, ask yourself if you even know which illness the Ice Bucket Challenge is supposed to be promoting the awareness of.
Most of the people that have taken up the challenge do NOT.
Wikipedia writes – “ALS is the acronym for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as ‘Lou Gehrig’s Disease.’ Media portrayals of the Ice Bucket Challenge generally state that ALS “is always fatal and has no known cure,” and therefore urge people to contribute to the ALS Association to fund research to find a cure.”
Alarm bells should have gone off when retired wrestler Lance Storm very publicly declined the challenge despite being nominated twice, due to his belief that ‘it was a scam’.
“In fact the American celebrity, posted a note on his official website stating that most of the money that is donated goes towards promotional and advertising of the ALS Association while the remaining amount (at most 25% of what is donated) “is going into the pockets of Big Pharma”, which is already doing ALS research and is therefore inflating their already-high profits. Storm went on to comment that it would be better to actually help someone with ALS and donate money directly to ALS patients. The ALS Association responded to similar criticisms by saying that 79% of their annual budget went toward programs in the past year.”
So, how much of the money being donated actually goes to finding a cure for an incurable disease?
According to the ECFA, a charitable watchdog, 27% of donations actually making it to the cause they are donated to is unacceptable. In fact, the ECFA won’t deem a non-profit as a reliable charity unless at least 80% of donations make it to their intended projects.”
This is partially why the charity drive focuses so much of its efforts on the stunt rather than donations.
It enables it to keep the chain going, when there’s little substance or value to their work. In fact other industries that survive on the stupidity and gullibility of others require high profile names and faces to promote their cause. Think the Holocaust.
Whereas movies sell the Holocaust, high profile celebrities and our own vanity, promote the ALS foundation.
It is why so many of us are willing to dump water on our heads for an incurable illness we have never heard of.
Our obsession with celebrity, self-aggrandisement, and jumping on a charitable bandwagon to make ourselves feel we’ve given back is a marvellous con..
American stunt performer and star of MTV’s Jackass, Steve O-an exhibitionist n his own right, even questioned the campaign, suggesting that celebrities’ videos generally forgot to share donation information for ALS charities, and that the initial $15 million in funds was insignificant, given the star power of the celebrities participating. He noted that, of the videos he viewed, only Charlie Sheen and Bill Gates mentioned that the point is to donate money.
The same can’t be said for the masses that have donated literally hundreds of MILLIONS of dollars globally.
So, who’s behind this money making scam?
As all roads lead to Rome – in charity-like in business, all roads lead to the people that enrich themselves from our compassion, ego and collective gullibility.
A quick look at the names and salaries of the honchos that run the Ice Bucket Challenge out of their בנק in NYC should tell you all you need to know!
Of the 11 charitable men and women that sit on ALSF’s board, 7 are Jews, 4 are gentiles (whites). Statistically but 1% of all Americans are Jewish, therefore they are overrepresented on the ALSF board, by some 11,000%. In fact based on my calculation about one tenth of one person on the board should in fact be Jewish.
The board, supported by liberals and conservatives alike take home a massive $1.5 MILLION between them.
Odd I don’t see any Occupy protesters ripping them for their chicanery.
Meet the cabal:
- Jane H. Gilbert (J)– President and CEO –$339,475.00
- Daniel M. Reznikov (J) – Chief Financial Officer – $201,260.00
- Steve Gibson – Chief Public Policy Officer – $182,862.00
- Kimberly Maginnis -Chief of Care Services Officer – $160,646.00
- Lance Slaughter -Chief Chapter Relations and Development Officer – $152,692.00
- Michelle Keegan – Chief Development Officer – $178,744.00
- John Applegate – Association Finance Officer – $118.726.00
- David Moses – Director of Planned Giving – $112,509.00
- Carrie Munk – Chief Communications and Marketing Officer – $142,875.00
- Patrick Wildman – Director of Public Policy – $112,358.00
- Kathi Kromer (Kramer) – Director of State Advocacy – $110,661.00
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