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16 October 2013

Do Not Donate to Illuminati Charities

Over 350 years ago, the apparition of Our Lady of Good Success in Quito, Ecuador predicted that at the end of the 20th century, Satan would almost totally rule the world by means of Freemasonry. Does the Illuminati rule organizations like the Fabian Society and its offspring, the charity Oxfam, too?

Like Freemasonry, the socialist Fabian Society can be understood by its symbology. The Fabian Society's original emblem was a wolf in sheep's clothing. 

The Fabian Society originated in England in 1884, with the purpose of forming a single, global socialist state. They get their name from the Roman general Fabius, who used carefully planned strategies to slowly wear down his enemies over a long period of time to obtain victory.

"Fabian Socialism" uses incremental change over a long period of time to slowly transform a state as opposed to using violent revolution for change. It is essentially socialism by stealth.

Working hand in hand with the Fabian Society is the charity  Oxfam International, founded in 1944 by British Fabians like Gilbert Murray, Quakers,  and Oxford academics. Oxfam was originally known as the Oxford Committee for Famine Relief, and has always worked closely with the Fabian Society.

Initially, Oxfam helped relieve famine in war-torn Greece. By 1960, Oxfam had become a non-governmental organization. In Canada, they have released a recent curriculum on gender justice, climate change, HIV/AIDS, self-sufficiency, and entrepreneurship for women. This just happens to be  a snapshot of the the Illuminati agenda.

Gender Justice for Global Development is a recent curriculum designed by Oxfam Canada for use in Canadian high schools. The curriculum has seven modules that discuss "gender justice," women, power, poverty, humanitarian emergencies, HIV/AIDS, global food security, gender and water, Darfur, Haiti, and body mapping.

Promoting feminism and "gender justice" does not help poor women. The term itself implies that women are being mistreated and feminism is the remedy. If anything it just serves to break down marriage and family.

Like outcome- based education, "Gender Justice for Global Development" encourages young people to become "change agents" for the globalist agenda.  The curriculum focuses mainly on the suffering of poor women in Third World and gives statistics relating to their plight. Men apparently do not starve.

Clearly, this is a typical Illuminati effort to turn the sexes against each other, as they have done in the developed world. 

The hideous, ugly, and primitive "art" in the body mapping section of Gender Justice is an attack on Western artistic standards. It seems reminiscent of paganism, another aspect of globalism.

As with many socialist promotions, the curriculum Gender Justice fdiscusses climate. However, now that it is increasingly obvious that "global warming" is a myth, they have changed tactics and are using the term "climate change" instead. There is much talk in the curriculum about climate disasters and emergency relief for far off lands such as Haiti and Darfur.

There is no acknowledgment in "Gender Justice for Global Development," that charity begins in the home. Nor is there any acknowledgment that there is increasing poverty and financial hardship in Canada and the United States, or what to do about it.

Oxfam has branches in 14 nations, including the United States and Canada. It is partly funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, which states on its website that it is devoted to spreading globalism.

Singing from the same song book,  most major charities appear to be under Illuminati control.

Let us return to the traditional practice of helping our poor neighbors directly by almsgiving.

This is better than throwing money at organizations like Oxfam  that do little to help the poor of the Third World, and much to promote the Illuminati globalist  agenda. 

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