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October 15, 2013
Thanks to J.

The Red Cross is a disaster ‘racket’ in the business of making money from people’s misery, especially with totally engineered disasters such as 9/11.

So-called ‘charities’  are nothing more than a means of extracting even more money
from the masses to swell the already overflowing coffers of the mega-rich. 

(Editor’s Note: This excerpt from John Hamer’s book, The Falsification of History: Our Distorted Reality (2012), presents a disturbing image of the Red Cross. I suspect there is much more to be revealed about this outfit.)

by John Hamer

The International Red Cross is an Elite-controlled front organization whose true purpose is the complete opposite from its stated purpose.

The moment a ‘natural’ disaster such as Hurricane Katrina, the Haitian earthquake or the Japanese Tsunami occurs; the Red Cross floods the airwaves with ads seeking donations.  With music full of pathos playing in the background, the announcer tells us that the Red Cross is ‘always there in time of need’ and now that the poor victims are suffering terribly, ‘won’t you please open your heart and wallet?’

These people have totally mastered the science of extracting money from the unthinking masses.   For example, the dust from the World Trade Center demolition had not even settled (literally) before the Red Cross were appealing to us all to give blood and money to help the families of the victims of the ‘terrorist’ attack.  Thousands of people gave blood and even more gave millions of dollars to the Red Cross. Perhaps, it would have been pertinent to ask ‘blood for whom’?  Everyone was dead (there were few injuries, relatively speaking) so why was the Red Cross asking for blood donations day and night for a week or longer?

The answer is reflective of the true purpose of the Red Cross.  Sad to say the Red Cross is a disaster ‘racket.’ which is in the business of making money from people’s misery, especially with totally engineered disasters such as 9/11.  They sell the blood on, of course, but they apparently also use the blood for other things to which the public is generally not privy and one could legitimately ask where does all the money go and to whom?

For the most part, they keep it for themselves as do the vast majority of major, household-name charities.  The families of the victims of 9/11 had to badger, harass and threaten the Red Cross in an attempt to obtain $11 million that they would not release to the families, as long as one year after the event – and that is just what we were told in the media, so my guess is that the actual figure was much, much higher than this.

The CEO of the Red Cross and other senior administrators receive obscene salaries and massive perks, all of which are paid directly from  contributions.  At the time of writing, the salary of the current president is almost $700,000 per annum and the total revenue of the Red Cross is well in excess of $3bn!


In Sept. 2005, Paul Joseph Watson and Alex Jones wrote, “As the aftermath of hurricane Katrina continues to wreak mayhem and havoc amid reports of mass looting, shooting at rescue helicopters, rapes and murders, establishment media organs are promoting the Red Cross as a worthy organization to give donations to.  The biggest website in the world,, displays a Red Cross donation link prominently on its front page.  Every time there is a major catastrophe the Red Cross and similar organizations like United Way are given all the media attention while other charities are left in the shadows.  This is not to say that the vast majority of Red Cross workers are not decent people who simply want to help those in need”.

In fact, the Red Cross has been caught ‘red-handed’ withholding money in the wake of terrible disasters that require immediate funds.  In the name of the ‘Liberty Fund’ for 9/11 family relief, the Red Cross collected $564 million in donations yet only actually distributed around $150 million.

The then Red Cross President Dr. Bernadine Healy arrogantly proclaimed, “The Liberty Fund is a war fund.  It has evolved into a war fund.  We must have blood readiness.  We must have the ability to help our troops if we go into a ground war.  We must have the ability to help the victims of tomorrow.”   (She resigned under fire in Dec. 2001, and died in 2011. )

On Jan 3, 2005, CNN reported: “Charities swung into action after the September 11 terrorist attacks, raising more than $1 billion.  But questions are being raised about where and how and how much of that money is being distributed.  Bearing the brunt Tuesday during a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s oversight panel was outgoing Red Cross President Dr. Bernadine Healy.  Healy was hammered by one New York official for the Red Cross’ decision to put aside nearly half of the money raised for future needs that may include terrorist attacks.  ‘I see the Red Cross, which has raised hundreds of millions of dollars that was intended by the donating public to be used for the victims of September 11 — I see those funds being sequestered into long-term plans for an organization,’ New York Attorney general Eliot Spitzer testified. “


In fact the Red Cross has a long, long sordid history of stealing cash donations intended for disaster relief. Following the disastrous San Francisco earthquake in 1989, the Red Cross donated only $10 million of the $50 million that had been raised, and kept the rest.

Similarly, following the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995 and the Red River flooding in 1997 many donations were also withheld.  Even as far back as the Korean War, the Red Cross was plundering soldiers’ relief packages, the famous ‘Red Cross Parcels’ from home.

The Red Cross is very adept at stealing money and looting mail and has been exposed in this respect many times but it has been allowed to escape sanctions, punishment or exposure because the organization is so closely allied with and indeed is inextricably linked with the Elite establishment.  It is without doubt an organization run by Elite insiders whose purpose is to gather intelligence and steal from the poor, underprivileged and needy to further line the pockets of the rich.

Several minor charities that were involved with the 2004 Tsunami relief project expressed outrage in public to say that large charities like Red Cross and Oxfam were engaged in secret negotiations that resulted in a large amount of the public-donated money being withheld from those most affected by the disaster. See Red Cross Hasn’t Spent $200 million Raised for S. Asian Tsunami

The message here should be clear to all.  Under no circumstances donate money to major charitable organizations unless you would like your money to go to benefit the Elite’s expansion of their empires and the fast-developing police state in your own backyards.  Find smaller independent charitable organizations that you know to be reliable and make your donations to them.

John Hamer is a British geo-political researcher. He is the author of the book ‘The Falsification of History’ 

Related -
Red Cross was a front for Wall Street Bankers in Bolshevik Revolution/Chapter Five  (thanks Leland)
Red Cross in Haiti – Where did the Money Go? 
Joan Price – Don’t Donate to Illuminati Charities 
Less than 10% of NFL Pink Merchandise Sales Go to “Cancer Research” 
Ken Adachi writes: The Red Cross Racket i
September 3, 2005

Avoid the Red Cross (Sep 16, 2009)
September 16, 2009

“I believe over 1 billion was collected by the Red Cross for the false flag 3/11 attack on Japan. The Japanese people received next to nothing of that money. The same could be said for the Haiti engineered quake of 2009.”  – Ken Adachi


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WOW!!! A reader helps to expose the Red Cross, Oxfam, Doctors Witho...

Before adding material on the groups you are interested in exposing, it should be noted that the false “humanitarian” efforts for political agendas is the very definition of what is happening with ebola as the US could only have troops on the ground because of the WHO saying that ebola is out of control – which it isn’t, though whatever is going on there in terms of deaths were started and helped along by the Red Cross, the UN, the WHO, Doctors without Borders, UNICEF, Bill Gates, George Soros and the CDC.

Almost all the dangers we are facing are coming under the aegis of “help.” But one has only to look at the fascist and genocidal background of those supporting these organizations or even running them and then look at how many “poor” die from the help.

Red Cross:

Jesuits Run The Red Cross / Ghanans Say Red Cross Vaccines Cause of Ebola – EbolaGate

Doctors Without Borders:

Rethinking the Goodness of Doctors Without Borders
Outbreaks Coincided With Their Vaccine Campaigns


UNICEF’s Role in Sterilizing And Killing Sephardic Children

Oxfam is part of the new NWO banner “Responsibility to Protect”

That unctious, paternalistic phrase was the basis used to bomb the daylights out of Libya, to “protect it.”

Oxfam is right in the middle of it and it’s clear from seeing who is behind it, that it’s not for anyone’s good.


Oxfam calls for troops in Africa as criticism of ‘inadequate’ Ebola response mounts

Look who Oxfam works with: The Rockefellers and their pre-emptive war now renamed “Responsibility to Protect” and Soros says national sovereignty is a thing of the past – people (like him) should do what is best for the people if governments will not. Thus – Libya bombed back to the stone age to protect it.

Here is what Oxfam is involved in.
**Responsibility to Protect — Philanthropy to Prevent**

“The Seventh Annual Global Philanthropy Forum ( on April 9-11, 2008, focused on “Human Security, Human Rights, and the Shared Responsibility to Protect: a Conversation between Elders and Emerging Leaders.” Global Giving Matters presents this feature to highlight a few of the issues surrounding philanthropy and responsibility to protect.

“In 2000, several years after the world had stood by as the genocide in Rwanda unfolded in slow motion, Kofi Annan, then Secretary-General of the United Nations challenged the UN General Assembly to reconcile the principle of state sovereignty with the moral imperative to intervene when states commit atrocities against their own people. In response, the Canadian government created the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS), whose report, published a year later, established the Responsibility to Protect Doctrine (R2P). Here, finally, was moral, reasoned, and pragmatic framework for humanitarian intervention in defense of human rights. Broadly speaking, R2P established two new principles for international affairs: First, that the foremost obligation of sovereign states is to protect its people. Second, that whenever a population is suffering serious harm as a result of internal war, insurgency, repression, or state failure, and the state in question is unwilling or unable to act, then other sovereign states must assume the responsibility to protect. In 2005, R2P was unanimously adopted by UN member states.

“The emergence of R2P owes a lot to international philanthropy. The Carnegie, MacArthur, Hewlett, Rockefeller and Simons Foundations provided financial support for the ICISS, underscoring the critical role philanthropy can play in establishing international norms. Through their ongoing support for civil society groups, the philanthropic community has helped expand the public lexicon and reframe the debate about how to deal with humanitarian interventions and human security issues.

“While governments are usually better positioned to tackle the logistics of intervention, philanthropy can play a critical role in the prevention of atrocity crimes. In cases where politics, economic interests, or simple bureaucratic inertia stymie effective interventions, civil society groups — funded by philanthropists — can pressure governments to act.

“Philanthropists have also supported academic institutions and think tanks, like Harvard University’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, which help lay the intellectual groundwork for human rights policy. Privately supported R2P advocates can shift the media spotlight and galvanize public opinion. And because private philanthropists can take risks and respond swiftly, they are ideally suited to help support sensitive activities like lobbying on behalf of victimized populations or monitoring in regions where it may be politically difficult for governments to act. Other items in the philanthropic toolbox include funding for advocacy, education, research and transitional justice.

“Despite these early efforts, the philanthropic infrastructure to support an R2P is just now starting to emerge. The Philanthropy Workshop and Global Philanthropy Forum have offered donor education programs, while affinity groups like the International Human Rights Funders Group are introducing donors to the R2P concept. Recently, a handful of leading human rights groups — Human Rights Watch, International Crisis Group, **Oxfam,** World Federalist Society and Genocide Intervention Network — united to create the new Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect. Housed at the Ralph Bunche Institute in the City University of New York, the new think tank is focused on operationalizing R2P. Given the nascent state of the R2P field, there are plenty of opportunities to for donors looking to have an impact.”

The reality of what Oxfam is involved in: “Humanitarian Neo-colonialism: Framing Libya and Reframing War”

Libya in Anarchy Two Years after NATO Humanitarian Liberation

Collapse in Libya: The Death Rattle of the Responsibility to Protect


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