Here’s why one shouldn’t give money to environmental organizations
Before you, as a person truly concerned about the environment, donate a dime to any environmental organization I suggest a couple of things. First, you might want to ask if everyone involved in their organization is a volunteer, or working pro bono, or if donations also go to cover salaries, etc.*
While that will tell you a little bit about them, you may as well…stop there. Why? Because, as far as I have been able to determine, there isn’t even one so-called environmental group or organization that has a clue about the real nature, cause and true extent of what’s no longer climate change but is now unstoppable climate destruction.
Also, all that the governments – who supposedly can and should “stop this thing” – actually will do is find ways to impose taxes, levees, fines and penalties for the purpose of raising money (i.e. taking it from you) that will do nothing meaningful except mainly go to…them.
Forget it. Don’t waste your money on things that money alone can’t fix and that governments have long demonstrated ineptitude in addressing. The return on investment is very low and, more importantly, even the little victories are giving a false sense of enthusiasm and progress. It’s too late to overcome this massive problem with any of the means being employed.
Of course, the argument can be made that there are groups and individuals fighting the good fight, trying to make a difference, etc. Certainly, join with them and with others who want to pool and contribute their resources and mutually decide how they will be spent. But in the coming years and decades, everyone will have to face and deal with the inevitable, sobering realities of the climate destruction in order to assure their own future survival.
As much as we like to rejoice in small victories, we may as well prepare for the inevitable sense of let down and futility that we cannot long stave off.
The real truth is quite often harsh, and it’s all the more harsh since it’s basically been suppressed, covered up, sugar-coated, etc. So, let me say it again. The climate destruction is now unstoppable and no amount of feel-good strikes, marches, concerts, impassioned speeches, costly and hypocritical climate conferences, etc., is going to significantly impede the juggernaut and all its expected, and unexpected, manifestations.
What will be required from here on, if one hasn’t already embarked on this course, is to create cooperative, healthily interdependent relationships with like-minded people, who will share and exchange useful survival skills, including the growing of foods, building of homes and shelters, sanitation, healthcare related services, various kinds of barter, etc.
The actual core of the environmental problem is the unbridled, ever-increasing overpopulation. As unpopular as the recognition of the undeniable cause has long been, so long has the inevitability of the climate destruction proceeded unimpeded. Never even considered in real terms is the staggering reality of over 20,000 births per hour worldwide, let alone the inhumane and far-reaching discrimination against women to whom birth control, and the right to use it, is denied around the world.
And not a one of the environmental groups that I’m aware of will even acknowledge these inescapable, causal realities. After all, most rely on your donations and even the truth itself must be subservient to the almighty dollar, as usual.
Please watch this important video and understand that the impeccably accurate, ceaselessly fulfilling warnings contained within it actually date back to 1951, when at 14 years of age, “Billy” Eduard Albert Meier began disseminating them worldwide.
Now – if you think you can handle it – read the most comprehensive, detailed, never before known, actual facts and figures about the REAL, unimaginably monstrous magnitude, of the now truly UNSTOPPABLE climate destruction and its causes, known and not known, in excruciating detail…here.
The people were warned…and did they listen?
*This organization has a paid staff of about 200 people.