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Vernon Coleman How Charities Betray Patients 29 June 2020
Mr Coleman - I have been an avid watcher of ALL your videos since the wooshy virus arrived and I am overjoyed by your demolition of the vested interests which keep us locked into a fantasy world. You have opened the eyes of many with your selfless time and energy alone which - since you make no money out of these tutorials - proves your service to humanity at a time when it is most needed and appreciated. I almost had a heart attack when I heard you were leaving YouTube but I am relieved that you are still around on other platforms which seekers of Truth will find in any event. Thanks from my heart for waking us all up - IN TIME! - MoodSwing - London
All true. I worked for a charity helping asthma patients and the reception room looked like a pharmacy. There were lots of shelves displaying OTT asthma drugs and the charity gave out heaps of "samples" to patients with information on where to buy them.
Yes, I've seen very similar approaches taken in other charitable areas. If charities had policies on such donations, for example that they can only be 'one off', perhaps for equipment or for an event rather than for salaries etc. it could be controlled and prevented from becoming a dependency, but that would require a clear philosophy and integrity for the charity that many who just want to 'do good' often overlook and become easily seduced by the offer of significant increases in funds and feel 'betrayed' later when the charity doesn't act as they originally hoped. It was not a betrayal but a clearly planned project from the start as you have identified in the case of patient associations.
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