What’s up with you now, My Black Cat?
You wonder how much it is costing you, me and the other taxpayers to have our brains engineered by the experts from “Dying Matters`” who think that death is an all-embracing, whoopee matter that we should all be chattering about and celebrating on All Hallows Day.
I don’t think it will cost us anything, My Black Cat. You should be more aware of how charities operate. Good-hearted people work for them for nothing. It won’t cost us a bean.
Yes it will!
No it won’t!
Yes it will. I’ll prove it to you!
Take John Palmer, Head of Communications and the Dying Matters Communications Team at Luther Pendragon. He won’t be working for nothing! He will likely be pocketing a fat fee for Luther Pendragon. Luther Pendragon is a business, not a charity!!
Listen, My Black Cat, business can sometimes do charitable things too. Look at these three adverts:
In each of these adverts, Luther Pendragon is asking for individuals to work for them but they will receive no payment for that work other than lunch and travel expenses.
Do you not see, My Black Cat, that if a company operates by employing people to work for nothing, they themselves should be more than happy to work for nothing also.
Luther Pendragon has many clients. They range from serious clients such as “University of Oxford,” “Skills for Health,” “NHS London” to more relaxing outfits such as “The Lap Dancing Association.”
And right there in their list of clients is “The Dying Matters Coalition” – the outfit, which is a branch of The National Council for Palliative Care that was set up at the request of government to doing some social engineering. It is one of LP’s clients. The word “client” means some of the tax-payers money will be going in their direction. Money straight from The Department of Health perhaps?
This is not necessarily the case, My Black Cat. Luther Pendragon may see this as a charitable act and consequently may waive their fee – as may all the others working for “Dying Matters.” They call them “interns,” I think. Alternatively, the voluntary donations given by well-meaning individuals to support palliative care in this country is perhaps being used for this social engineering purpose.
If you don’t believe me, My Black Cat, perhaps you should do some kind of Freedom of Information Request to find out whom if any one in “Dying Matters” is been paid a salary or fees, and if so, how much, and whether the money is from government (our money) or whether it is from donations from well wishers.
Incidentally, My Black Cat, with their experience in helping out The Lap Dancing Association, you never know what fun Luther Pendragon has in store when the spirits dance around the graveyards all around the country on Ist November this year when The Humankind is supposed to be celebrating The Day of the Dead!
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