2083 A European Declaration of Independence

August 2, 2011

2.66 The only English charity organisation is branded as racist while 215 Somali organizations are welcomed

Filed under: Uncategorized — sitamnesty @ 06:45

Manifestations of multiculturalism results in extremely disproportionate representation of group oriented interest organisations. The only charitable organisation working for the interest of English people are mocked and persecuted, being labeled as a racist organisation, while thousands of other organisations (215 working for the interest of Somalis, 92 for Pakistanis, even 144 for black interest) are never criticised due to the doctrines known as political correctness/cultural Marxism/multiculturalism. This tendency further underlines and documents how multiculturalism is an anti-European hate ideology designed to destroy European traditions, cultures and identities.

The same tendencies are prevalent in other Western European countries as well.

Finnish people living in England and Wales have 11 charitable organisations which work exclusively for the benefit and interest of the Finnish people. The Chinese have 164 such charitable organisations, the Somalis have an incredible 215 despite, in addition there are "about 1200" Jewish charities but at the bottom of the table are the English who (at present) make up the vast majority of the population of England and Wales and have just 1 (yes one!) called The Steadfast Trust working on behalf of English people and their interests in an increasingly fragmented and divided society.

On the 8th October a supporter of the Steadfast Trust made a Freedom of Information request to the Charity Commission asking how many charities, like the Steadfast Trust, specified one of their beneficiary category codes as being…"for people of a particular ethnic or racial origin"

Due to a fortunate coincidence the Commission was already conducting research in this area and provided a table of the interim results.

The Charity Commission has approximately 159,600 registered charities, although it should be noted that this figure is fairly volatile due to the registration of excepted charities and removal of inactive charities.

Around 15,500 charities have ticked the code ‘for people of a particular ethnic or racial origin’, however many are excluded from the research since they only operate abroad. There are about 6,860 charities identified that operate within the nations of England and Wales.

The top ten most charity represented ethnic / racial origin groups (based on the number of charities) is as follows…

  • Jewish about 1200

  • African 673

  • Bangladeshi / Bengali 417

  • Asian 331

  • Somali 215

  • India 209

  • Caribbean 198

  • Chinese 164

  • Black 144*

  • Pakistani 92

*the EHRC have been informed of this category term (i.e. Black) due to the concern that it may violate the Race Relations Act 1976, which is believed to prohibit the use of skin-colour as a means of distinguishing beneficiaries.

The purpose of charities is to work for the benefit and interests of their target group. As the full table shows, the English are not even listed (meaning that there are under ‘10’ throughout England and Wales), which indicates that they are not ethnically well represented on a specific basis. This is both surprising and unfortunate since it implies that the largest ethnic group is disenfranchised and potentially neglected.

It is hoped that the Steadfast Trust (as the only known charity for the English people of England) can address this balance in a small way. Steadfast Trust Trustee, Lynn Chorley says:

"It is a sad truth that a few, very few in number, have raised concerns that our charity may be discriminative. Of course this is not the case; in fact the discrimination comes about where only the majority ethnic group of England isn’t allowed a charity for its own people, resulting in us being massively under-represented.

We believe that our work at offering a vital sense of cultural identity, through education and activities will have a positive impact on society as a whole, and we welcome all the support that has been given."

The above report can be found on the Steadfast Trust site.




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