Goodbye #NotreDame, hello controversial donations…

Hey everyone,

I’m sure you have all heard the news about the terrible fire that ravaged the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. A terrible pity! Apparently it took some 200 years to build in the first place. the French Prime minister wants to rebuild it in 5 years. Given modern technology that is probably possible.

The thing that gets me though is, you have all of these companies and private citizens that are pledging millions of Euro’s to rebuild a cathedral, just plucking this spare money out of the air. That’s nice but that’s not the issue. The issue is that those companies and private citizens had millions spare all this time and they cough it up just to rebuild a dead piece of art??

I am a Christian and I think it is a shame about the cathedral and I do think yes they should rebuild it but I can’t believe the whole world has been going to hell this whole time and those donkey’s had obscene amounts of spare money to help this whole time AND THEY DIDN’T!?!!?!!???? Instead, they pledge money to a cause that the French government said would foot the bill for anyway…

Philanthropy starts with humans. The larger donors had the means to sort out the living and they didn’t, they just sat on their money. The building is dead, it isn’t living. Rebuild it by all means yes, make that a priority by all means yes but I just can’t believe that the larger donors had all this spare money, this whole time, knowing full well how desperate life is for some in the world and they did nothing. There’s parts of the world where people don’t get to a doctor for months! Damn you!

Shame on you! Where were you when people were dying of Ebola and aids? Or when community housing was lacking? Or people couldn’t get loans? Or when women couldn’t get equal pay? Or when it became clear how many adults were illiterate? Or when people were dying of diseases because they didn’t have proper sanitation? Or girls couldn’t go to school because they were too poor to buy sanitary pads/tampons? Where were you when charities needed money to stop FGM (Female Genital Mutilation – it’s female circumcision, it’s not legal and is practised by conservative Muslims, they tie the girls down and cut of their clitoris with a rusty, used, shaving blade, they then sew up their vagina’s only leaving a hole large enough for urination and menstruation. They then open them up on their wedding nights. It’s an extreme way of proving that the female in question has been a virgin since she was a child and only had sex on her wedding night. It’s not legal in Britain… obviously.) (Follow this link to the NHS page to read more about FGM) I mean you know, where were you even when all of your products ended up in the sea and everyone else had to foot the bill the clean it up?


2 thoughts on “Goodbye #NotreDame, hello controversial donations…

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