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STFU Christianfags by JohnFaa STFU Christianfags by JohnFaa
Many founders of today's charity organisations were people far less priviledged than the average internet going christian, and yet they did not faulter; their empathy for fellow human beings allowed them to ascend and help people across the world.

Christian imbeciles are like "oh, you can't shut down vile homophobes like the Salvation Army or the kids will starve".

Well, if you cared that much about other people, then you'd follow the example of the creators of Salvation Army, dumbass.

Admit it, you're just petty sociopaths who only want to suck divine cock, the rest of mankind be damned.
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Marsmar Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012
I do find it interesting that people would argue against shutting down the Salvation army on the internet. You know, that place that gives you access to pretty much ever charity in the United states. Where you could donate online regardless of if that charity is active in your state or not.
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JohnFaa Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Student Writer
...that actually makes it worse. These idiots argue they're doing charity, but they don't even frequent the site!
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Evenape Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Well, you could always joined one already existing charity organisation (as long as it wasn't an excuse to avoid taxes ,etc.), or just secularly do social work help people, visit orphanages ,etc., that also helps...

Everything you do, if you do it without you desiring for credit from God and others of doing so, is good, but these guys, they're just whining, and I couldn't see how whining could made a difference nowadays
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JohnFaa Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Student Writer
And the worst is that, ultimately, their idea of "helping", just dumping money on the first bigoted crook who claims to help people, is disgustingly lazy.

Nowadays, the road is open to learn about who needs help and how to do so, and it's not even that hard. If they really cared about people, they'd do the now far more facilitated personal work instead of indirectly throwing away coins like the recipient is some kind of trash can.
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Evenape Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Yep, that's just sadly lazy indeed (but I did agree that it's the easiest and most available way of doing charity, at least in third world countries)
At least, they could do things just like our school, do an organised year full of charity in their office or whatever organisation they are a part of, for example, my school had a charity marathon, tried to help build an orphanage and I had a visit to a children cancer hospital this year, and most of the kids that help have approximately the same level of faith the Bible-thumpers claimed to have (well, since atheism is frowned upon in Indonesia, because it opposed the constitution and also because of it's relations to the banned ideology of Communism, almost everyone is a theist, although with different religions)
And without boasting, that's what we junior high school (me included) and senior high school students could do, NOW IMAGINE WHAT THOSE ADULTS COULD DO IF THEY STOP WHINING?
#rantend
lol a long story self-promoting our work to the masses
Now I shouldn't done that again, promise me that this won't be my show of charity, kay John? It's just a case example anyway...
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JohnFaa Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Student Writer
We had a similar event in my school, though it was less to do with orphanages and children and more to do with providing food for people in need.
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Evenape Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
We're still teens at the age range of 12-17 years old, so we identify more with kids

Still wait for the event when we'll visit a nursing home for the old and elderly though, or a leper hospital, there's still so much things that could be done for the benefits of those in need...
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JohnFaa Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2012  Student Writer
Indeed. The elderly are the people that most need help nowadays.
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Evenape Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Indeed, let's not forgot those children which lived without their parents and people in poor countries...
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RemLezar Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I'd have to respond to them by asking 'how many children starved because donations from well-meaning people was spent on a bigoted culture war against women, homosexuals, or whatever doesn't fit into their fundamentalist agenda?'

The Salvation Army is a crock of shit.
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