There are tonnes of them. Ball scratching, gas belching old haggards who have converted this place into a leech infested paradise.
Enough said. The reason why I don’t deal with various NGO’s:
1) They are not clear what they are out to achieve.
2) Perverted sense of achievements.
3) Industry in their own right; funded by Government and media hogging idiots
4) I have my own biases and disdain about their mode of functioning.
Hence thats the reason why I find their motives circumspect. To be frank, we were approached by some organization (I am not disclosing their identities or people behind it) but it was difficult to deal with them. Beyond the “sweet words” they wanted some established players to identify the key concepts for some “representation” to the Government.
I find this idea very odd because that was clearly the British Raj way of doing the things. Arguably, the old mindset refuses to change because thats akin to begging for services when instead it’s your “moral duty” to demand for them AND have it delivered.
Hence it’simportant to steer clear away from the entire bunch of idiots who are unwilling to understand the nuances of how things work. We all value our freedom; including the way we work. This blog has been nurtured in many different ways down the line, a lot of time has been spent in fine tuning the options as well.
I don’t foresee “writing” on in for someone (least of all opaque NGO’s). I am definitely looking for an opportunity in the mainstream media because all the while though they are generally corrupt (and insensible) but there are islands of honesty. The key is to identify them, nurture them and support them by any means.
- NGOs come under scrutiny ahead of elections (rt.com)
- Social NGO´s – Charity 2.0 (socialmediaclub.org)
- US NGO’s not-so-charitable (joshuastarlight.wordpress.com)
- Open Government = Social Innovation (socialbusinessblog.wordpress.com)
- Blogs and Social Media – Changing Public Relations (comm563.wordpress.com)