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British T.V.Adverts

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In recent T.V. adverts we have the following :-

Send £3.00 Save a Tree in the Amazon (shows pictures of trees in the Amazon and People logging them)

Send £3.00 Save a Leopard from extinction (shows the animal up a tree with a kill)

Send £3.00 Save an Indian Tiger from extinction (shows Tiger slinking around in the jungle)

Send £3.00 Save an Elephant ( shows Elephant and a dozen more trekking across a desert)

Send £3.00 Save a Donkey (shows a Donkey staggering along with heavy loaded panniers)

Send £2.00 Save African Children from drinking dirty water.(shows a child beside a muddy puddle)

Send £2.00 Stop Child abuse (R.S.P.C.C), shows a child crying in a cot.

Have you noticed the difference between CHILDREN and Animals and Trees ?????????????????

Children are less expensive, or pehaps not as valuable as bloody trees and animals.

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Of course children are more valuable.

Maybe the charities trying to save the children ask for less because they think its more likely they'll get £2 from people than £3.

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Of course children are more valuable.

Maybe the charities trying to save the children ask for less because they think its more likely they'll get £2 from people than £3.

But why do they ask more for the animals? Surely if they can get 3 for the animals and trees, they can ask for more for a human life?

Why does it cost more to save a tree than it does a human life? The tree does not need food or clothing, the money for the animals is not going towards food and clothing for them either.

Maybe the charities think that today more people are likely to give more money for animals and trees as the questions have arised many times now as to why we are still being asked to give to starving children after so many years. Maybe they know that a lot of people have said they will not give to Africa anymore as a lot of the money never went to where it should have done in the first place.

Either way, there are still all these adverts on t.v and yet we have world leaders having meetings round mahogany tables discussing how much they want to spend on weapons, buildings, spacecraft and other investments to boost their pockets!

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Have to wonder exactly how much of this money is used for what they are saying it is. I think people won't give as much for children because they have so many kids and most don't practice birth control.

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In recent T.V. adverts we have the following :-

Send £3.00 Save a Tree in the Amazon (shows pictures of trees in the Amazon and People logging them)

Send £3.00 Save a Leopard from extinction (shows the animal up a tree with a kill)

Send £3.00 Save an Indian Tiger from extinction (shows Tiger slinking around in the jungle)

Send £3.00 Save an Elephant ( shows Elephant and a dozen more trekking across a desert)

Send £3.00 Save a Donkey (shows a Donkey staggering along with heavy loaded panniers)

Send £2.00 Save African Children from drinking dirty water.(shows a child beside a muddy puddle)

Send £2.00 Stop Child abuse (R.S.P.C.C), shows a child crying in a cot.

Have you noticed the difference between CHILDREN and Animals and Trees ?????????????????

Children are less expensive, or pehaps not as valuable as bloody trees and animals.

I don't send any of my money to any of them.

Not only is the fact that there are starving children in Africa not my problem, but I know that the money sent by these charities to supposedly help these starving children is only going to the dictators who run their countries and they spend it all on another villa or another fleet of luxury cars.

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