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Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Force feeding the well fed with pies bibles and living our beliefs brochures whilst wilfully destroying families

http://www.theplymouthbrethren.org.uk/community/glasgow-helicopter-crash/



7 comments:

  1. The way the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church advertises its charitable acts is deeply repugnant.

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  2. They are not charitable acts in that they do not necessarily benefit those who are in need of charity. These activities are sanitised publicity stunts designed to get as much publicity as possible without actually interacting with anyone on a personal level.

    #Fakecharity4profit

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  3. Presumably the Charity Commission in England is neither bribed nor deceived by these creamy, fat-inducing antics.

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  4. When is the last time you saw a malnourished
    fireman?

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  5. Knowing how the PBCC Ltd hate Unions, I wonder if they are still willing to feed, subsequent to recent strikes? I expect so, as long as it fits in with the agenda. Also, the above display of carbohydrates appears to be rather cheap, bought-in fodder. I had a fanciful notion that food was being loving produced, in sanctified kitchens, from the best ingredients. However, if the bladdered blubbers eat this kind of thing, it might explain expansion in the girth department.

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  6. Their actions are so transparent to those of us who know this group. Too bad for them that all the supposed charitable actions are current ones and not a 50 year history like they are trying to portray.

    It's also too bad that their charitable feelings aren't extended towards their family members that have been tossed out of their lives with little or no contacts for many many years.

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  7. So much moaning from you miserable lot. If you look for the negative, it will colour your whole outlook and blight your future prospects.
    It all looks very good too me. What is wrong with giving away food? Just look at what it costs these days too. Very kind of them. Awarding the PBCC a medal is the least we should do for all these years of service to the general public. Well done!

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