Ordinary British folk are altruistic, giving generously to charity - but in UK those 'charities' are mostly fakes!
Our rulers - the rich establishment - who are not altruistic, control the system of fake 'charities and trusts' which steal from ordinary, generous British folk.
Most so-called `charities' are secretly keeping the greedy upper-classes in luxurious life-styles, at the expense of working folk and the poor!
Files - fraudulent taxmen - corporate cheats - lying gov't - `charity' lies
"Revealed: how UK banks exploit charity tax laws". - www.guardian.co.uk/money/2007/dec/05/banks.northernrock
"Britain's high street banks have raised billions of pounds in funds through complex financial deals that use supposedly charitable trusts which are not donating a penny to good causes, the Guardian has learned."
"Each institution approached by the Guardian admitted their current "charitable" trusts had given nothing to charity and would not do so unless they were eventually wound up. All denied any wrong-doing and insisted that they were not abusing charity law, and some defended their activities by describing them as commonplace.". - "The Guardian" 05 December 2007
"Many charities do not help the needy" - independent report - www.guardian.co.uk/christmas2001/story/0,11353,623362,00.html
"Many charities - such as those supporting education or the arts - do not help the most needy, the study says. It accuses the charitable sector of giving a "misleading" impression of alleviating poverty in order to secure tax breaks and voluntary support"
"The report, titled "The Widow's Might: how charities depend on the poor", also argues that charities are not the engines of redistribution from rich to poor that they are widely believed to be". - "The Guardian" 21 December 2001 link01
Later - "NSPCC is far more concerned with filling its coffers than protecting vulnerable children" - - - - - - - - "The Guardian" 19 Feb 2002 link02
"proportion [given] falls, the higher the income"
Report confirms previous `Perceptions' data - that poorer folk are more generous than the rich
Ie. - "only the poor are genuine altruists" link03 & link04
[the report link05 "finds that the least well-off give a higher proportion of their income to charity than the wealthy, no matter what their age, class or beliefs"
"The report's conclusion that the poor give more generously than the rich, even though charities help the needy less than many believe, is based on an analysis of more than 1,000 donors to 10 British charities, ranging in focus from poverty to animal welfare, culture and disaster relief".
"The breakdown reveals that those with an annual income below £5,000 give an average of almost 4.5% to good causes, but that the proportion falls the higher the income"
`Perceptions' has exposed the entrenched corruption & waste behind the rip-off tax and banking bureaucracies of Britain, which - just like the fake 'charities & trusts' - swindle ordinary folk to profit bent politicians, bureaucrats & the rich.
Along with all middle-incomed & poor people in Britain, you (and `Perceptions') are charged huge hidden taxes of more than 60% of earnings link08
Most of this goes to subsidize the powerful & to enrich incompetent senior bureaucrats, bent politicians and big landowners. link09 & link10 & link11 & link12
`Perceptions' may not be around for long
- but here's the id's of some of the lying British ministers (some "prime") link16), bent police link19 & corrupt bureaucrats. link20
|Inequality is perceived mainly as the working of ethnic - class or race - bias. However an analysis shows that the root cause is greed, in hierarchies of politics, law, finance and education.|
The tax pages catalog UK's inequality problems in political finance (and `culture').
Laworjustice page does the same for policing and courts, where gender and age biases are subsets. Schools pages similarly expose education biases. Morals page examines the same problems - ever present, though covert in UK - in hierarchies of churches.