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The Real Oxfam Scandal; The 52% "Overhead" Rip Off

Posted by: thomas mountain

Date: Wednesday, 21 February 2018

The Real Scandal at Oxfam; The 52% “Overhead” Rip Off

The real scandal at Oxfam is how it has spent 52% of what they
collected in donations, over $160 million, on “overhead” in 2017, as
in fat salaries and juicy perks. As reported here last year according
to information acquired from the UN’s Food and Agriculture
Organization (FAO), upwards of 400,000 Somalis, two thirds of whom
were under 5, died of starvation in only 6 months, from October 2015
to April 2016. If Oxfam had only spent 25% of their cash on hand on
“overhead” some $80 million could have been freed up to save 250,000
Somali children from dying due to lack of food.

A quarter million African children die of hunger while fat cat exec’s
and their minions in the third world spend desperately needed food aid
on “paying the mortgage” yet the international media ignores this to
focus instead on sexual misconduct by these blood suckers lackeys in
Haiti and South Sudan? Doesnt this put the priorities of the
presstitutes into perspective?

Here in Eritrea, a small, struggling, socialist country in Africa,
Oxfam and other NoGoodOutfits (NGO’s) like Save the Children were
kicked out years ago for their theft of monies meant to help our
people. If the NGO’s couldnt prove that they spent no more than 10% of
their donations on “overhead” they were no longer welcome to “pay
their mortgages” with funds raised in the name of helping the Eritrean
people. Maybe this is why they hate us so, with the likes of the top
dog at Doctors Without Borders sureptitiously supportong anti-Eritrean
zealots in the European offices of “not for profit” shame.

“Never Knell Down” has been Eritrea’s national motto for half a
century now and those in the business of human suffering know all to
well that their days of pimping off of the desperation so many in the
third world are experiencing will end when the  role model Eritrea has
established becomes known internationally. 10% not 52% for overhead,
NoGoodOufits can keep their miserly charity if they think they can rip
us off. Shame on this lot and the media that protects and promotes
them.

Thomas C. Mountain is an independent journalist in Eritrea, living and
reporting from here since 2006. See thomascmountain on Facebook or
best contact him at thomascmountain at g mail dot com.
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