Rotarians Philanthropists? Not really.

Rotarians Philanthropists? Not really.

Evan Iliadis went on to disclose what he better knew about a bunch of scammers working together to defraud donors and Rotarians, using a club in Bohol to launder the money. Here is what he wrote back in 2008: 

Rotarians Philanthropists? Not really.

Rotarians Philanthropists? Not really. Drek Pyrah and ex wife Dave and Baby Collins in Sydney Australia raising money for the Village aide program

 “I searched hundreds of pages on the web, participated in dozens of meetings held by  community service organizations with my friends here in Cote d’Azur, I haven’t been impressed, but, frankly, none was as demagogic and appear crooked as the one I fully participated once upon the time: THE VILLAGE AIDE PROGRAM. Rotarians Philanthropists? Not really.

Demagogic because of loudly trumpeting  a little thing they are doing for the needy in the Philippines, appealing to your emotion hopping to have access in your wallet for a donation only to realize 20% at the most is reaching the destination.  Rotarians Philanthropists? Not really.

Take a close look on these photos. Is there any one can contradict my assertion that their appearance has nothing to do with the philanthropists? Why they have to look wealthy, glamorous wearing a silk gown, tuxedo, bold tie or tie while in a booth pledging money for the poor? Doesn’t look to you like a store where we are selling poverty by the kilo to people passing by? Like they have to nail down a business deal where every single detail on the appearance counts?

 Rotarians Philanthropists? Not really.

Rotarians Philanthropists? Not really.

You may mention Bill Gates as an example, but he never portrayed himself as a philanthropist while he was building his fortune, to the contrary, his reputation was more of a business predator, a copycat of others’ intellectual property.

He discovered the charity business later in his life as a more subtle way of making money without lawsuits all over the US and Europe Read the investigation of those courageous journalists here: dark-cloud-over-good-works-of-gates-foundation-los-angeles-times

Take a close look on these photos. Is there any one can contradict my assertion that their appearance has nothing to do with the philanthropists?  Rotarians Philanthropists? Not really.

stan-brokeIntroducing the REMOTE AREA MEDICAL organization. What a difference a day makes!… They have no insurance business to use the charity as a mean to increase their business, no signature of the recipients received aid significantly higher than Pyrah’s “volunteers” provide to the poor and needy, no distributions of PHF awards to the participating volunteers.

In other words, not a rip-off  organization where every single action is camscoped for the YouTube where one can see and read VAP’s crap..

Rotarians, corporations, individuals good heart people, stay away from the VAP, support instead the REMOTE AREA MEDICAL org. It might sound laughable to campaign for support to citizens of the richest nation on earth.

But keep in mind Americans have a good record in generosity and donations to the poor around the world, even though their numbers decreases year after year, mostly due to loss of confidence in the way their money is invested. Why we shouldn’t support their poor? We owe it to them!

Your dollar will be spent entirely, honestly with no middlemen whatsoever, as opposed giving to those ending in the pockets of con artists specialized in construction, Matching Grants manipulation and other techniques. Besides, Stan is not only helping the US. Read more here  Rotarians Philanthropists? Not really.

In the RAM website you can request a copy of the financial statement and copy of tax return to the IRS (US INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE) I asked and got it in a day in a PDF format. Click to read it .RAMF 990 1 2007. Then ask Derek Pyrah to give you one, but make sure you get the executive version, not the ordinary one. Click here to see what I mean 


RAM on 60 Minutes: “Lifeline” from Ray Thompson on Vimeo.

 This is real people talking to a real Philanthropist who dedicated his life to the poor. Another reason to donate is for the US government to change it’s third world policy on domestic health issues, their politicians will feel humiliated, ashamed of your 5 dollar donation.  Rotarians Philanthropists? Not really.

Rotarians may wonder: What’s the reason of reviving and old post? It’s because nothing has changed since. The International gang in the first world in connection with Expats and Filipino Rotarians hiding behind their pseudo charities are continuing their mockery exploiting the needy Filipinos with a bit of food and bogus medical missions “for the picture.”
Dave an Baby Collins still selling simple water filters overpriced and paid by a Matching grant approved to a club in the district 3860.  

Rotarians Philanthropists? Not really.



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