Sunday, July 15, 2012

A Charity a Chanel Clad Lady Meyer a Scandal

A charity, a lady, a scandal
By Michael Ezra,
May 31st 2011

A charity is often a very good cause. Whether it be assisting the aged, abused children, mentally handicapped, a repair for a local place of worship, cancer research, starving kids in Africa, or a plethora of other causes, we can understand why someone is shaking a tin for loose coins or requesting a cheque, a standing order payment or a prize to be auctioned or raffled to raise funds for the charity. If we have not heard of the charity, possibly because it is small, but the cause sounds reasonable and those associated with it include the great and good, then we may make a donation without much further investigation. This could be a big mistake.

I bring to your attention the charity PACT: Parents & Abducted Children Together. The website of the charity informs us that PACT “works with the government, the police and other NGOs to improve the way in which missing childrenís [sic] cases are handled, so that they can be rapidly located and retrieved unharmed.” Abducted children: a fine charitable cause. Tesco is associated with the charity. Among others, the trustees of the charity include the author Barbara Taylor Bradford, a former head of Special Branch in Northern Ireland and Sir Christopher Meyer, former British Ambassador to the United States. This is not all because the patrons include both Cherie Blair, wife of a former British Prime Minister and Laura Bush, wife of the former American president. A very credible selection of people.

Those that donate money to charity, however wealthy they are, have limited funds to donate. A donation to one charity means a smaller or no donation to another. If asked by a friend or acquaintance for a donation to PACT, a charity founded in 1999 by Lady Meyer, the wife of Sir Christopher Meyer, one might have done so in the belief that their donation was doing good. But was this really the case?

As the accounts of the charity show . . . more

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://dasteepsspeaks.blogspot.nl/
2011/06/poisonous-magpies-and-
snobbish-grabbers.html

comment HRH P.O.T

Awesome article kiddo, the more I hear about this couple the more they disgust and surprise me.
Just be careful and take care.

Redspect said...

"If you haven't any charity in your heart you have the worst kind of heart trouble" to cure it help people, let's unite for one good cause, be a volunteer"save lives"!mawaddainternationalaid

Anonymous said...

24 August 2007

http://www.pact-online.org/images/stories/Documents/McCans_call_on_Home_Office.pdf

Lending their support, Kate and Gerry said: "Over the past 112 days we have learnt so much about child abduction and missing children. We believe that it is important that records covering child abduction offences in England and Wales need to be clear and easy to understand so the public can know the true scale of child abduction offences. We would like to see the UK lead the way in Europe in making information about child abductions accessible."

For more information visit:

http://www.mccannfiles.com/

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/TRANSLATIONS.htm

http://thetruthaboutthelie.blogspot.nl/

http://frommybigdesk.blogspot.nl/2010/01/maddie-truth-of-lie.html

Anonymous said...

Child abduction in England & Wales: the key numbers

The case of April Jones has highlighted the issue of child abduction. How common is it?

http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2012/oct/04/child-abduction-statistics-england-wales

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Himself said...

Good morning Chuck.

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I don't know what that is all about.

There seems to have been some activity in the Portuguese press, I haven't seen anything first hand yet, I will link it if I find anything.