Red Cross Embezzles Hurricane Harvey Donation Money

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
September 4, 2017

Red Cross used to be a pretty clean operation… back in WWI probably.

Since then, they have been getting involved in some shady business. And I’m not talking about ferrying rapefugees to Europe instead of following international law and taking them back to the closest land ie. the North African country of origin, no that’s perfectly commendable and respectable humanitarian work.

Nor am I talking about feeding hundreds of starving Africans so that they reproduce and create thousands of starving africans or how they…eh nevermind, its not worth working myself up into a lather over their idiocy.

No, the Red Cross has actually been caught embezzling money from poor dumb Black people in the past.


Though the Red Cross has a historical reputation for providing relief to victims of natural disasters and other emergencies, the organization’s practices have tarnished its name over the last few years.

Amid the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti in 2010, the Red Cross reportedly accepted nearly $500 million in relief money but built only six homes with the funds even though they claimed they had provided homes to 130,000 people. These failures prompted some Haitians to advise the world against donating funds to the Red Cross.

That’s right, White shitlibs enjoy sticking their hand in the trough as much as the next corrupt minority, only they have to virtue-signal while they do it.

But perhaps there is more to this story than meets the eye. The Red Cross doesn’t know how much money they are even spending on relief for Hurricane Harvey.


Chang asked, “Through donations, how much of every dollar goes to relief?”

Kieserman responded, “Yeah, I don’t think I know the answer to that any better than the chief fundraiser knows how many, how much it costs to put a volunteer down range for a week and how many emergency response vehicles I have on the road today. So I think if he was on this interview and you were asking how many relief vehicles in Texas, I don’t think he’d know the answer, and I don’t know the answer to the financial question, I’m afraid.”

As Chang noted during her conversation with Kieserman, a quarter of the money donated to the American Red Cross after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti went toward internal spending—$124 million in total.

What’s more, a 2015 investigation by NPR and ProPublica concluded the Red Cross had built only six permanent homes in Haiti, even though it collected almost $500 billion in donations.

Chang asked Kieserman if these types of issues were still occurring and whether such a “substantial percentage of donations [is] going to internal administrative costs rather than to relief.”

Kieserman didn’t have an answer.

Keiserman, eh?

A Swiss name and a Swiss face that I would feel comfortable giving my money to, that’s for sure.

Red Cross is now clearly a force for evil in the world and highlighting stories of their corruption and embezzlement will serve to shatter the Normies trust in (((NGOs))).

They have all just become personal piggy banks for Jewish scheming anyway.

Top Comments

  1. Of course theyre embezzling the shekels. I’m glad you brought up the Haiti shitstorm. If you want to donate, find families directly and donate to them via a grocery store online shopping option so you know they won’t buy drugs or whatnot and misappropriate the money.

    Also, don’t donate to non-whites or coalburners. That should be obvious.

  2. I never trust those charities because they are Jew owned!

  3. Lmao isn’t this where obongo told his flock to donate to?

  4. Out here in the perimeter
    knowledge has been (((relegated to the skins of the onion web)))
    No further whitey honky crackers will be able to get woken up
    the comment section echoes as a reminder of glory days past
    Der Juden free to destroy all that is left
    Der whitey Honky crackers will disappear without in a wimper
    But not we stormers.
    We will continue to Kick Kike ass.

  5. Amen brother! May the Divines bless you and all our fellow whites! HAIL VICTORY!

  6. The big problems in Texas will start know, Disease, looters, criminals , junkies, con-artists, we don’t need Red Cross stealing all the cash also.

  7. TCA says:

    I don’t know enough about cost-accounting to know whether 25% for internal expenses is excessive or not, so I’m not going to get too outraged about this.
    I would like to see the charity audited, just as all charities should be, and if there is mis-management or theft, the guilty must be severely punished.
    I suspend final judgement because I have rushed judgement in the past, and been tragically mistaken.
    The best examples of that of course are my hasty and erroneous condemnation of Hitler, slavery, colonialism, the Tuskegee Experiment, and Jim Crow.

  8. This is nothing new. The red cross has been stealing the people’s money for a very long time. They raised a billion dollars after 9/11 and only spent less than half of it on the victims.

    Same thing after Katrina and now Harvey.

    OH, and not only do the accept funding and free blood (which they sell), they are also supported by the taxpayer…kinda like HIAS.

    What is HIAS you ask?
    No longer headquartered in New York, HIAS has moved to the Washington Beltway to be near its new source of funding—the federal government.

    How much you ask?
    In the eight years of the Obama administration, HIAS received funds exceeding $157 million, most of which came from the federal government. A small percentage of this funding is used to lobby the public at the grassroots level and to lobby legislators. Consequently, members of the American public pay for HIAS to convince them, and their elected representatives, to continue to sustain HIAS refugee programs with tax dollars.

    And Hetfield said the group has seen a “significant rise” recently in private donations. In 2015, the group’s operating expenses totaled $41 million. This year its budget is $55 million.

    The group’s anti-Trump activity has had the most impact in court. HIAS is one of nine plaintiffs in the federal lawsuit against Trump’s second travel ban, which the Supreme Court is set to rule on this month. The suit claims the focus on Muslim countries violates the Constitution’s prohibition on preferring one religion over another, and asks for an injunction against the ban because it would cause HIAS to lose revenue and possibly cut staff. (To move forward with the lawsuits, plaintiffs have to prove harm, or “standing.”)

    Gee, I wonder who leads these 9 immigrant aid charities.

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