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The Red Cross Scam

October 15, 2013

911rc.jpgThe Red Cross is a disaster 'racket' in the business of making money from people's misery,
especially with totally engineered disasters such as 9/11.

So-called 'charities'  are nothing more than a means of extracting even more money
from the masses to swell the already overflowing coffers of the mega-rich. 

(Editor's Note: This excerpt from John Hamer's book, The Falsification of History: Our Distorted Reality (2012), presents a disturbing image of the Red Cross. I suspect there is much more to be revealed about this outfit.)

by John Hamer


The International Red Cross is an Elite-controlled front organization whose true purpose is the complete opposite from its stated purpose.

The moment a 'natural' disaster such as Hurricane Katrina, the Haitian earthquake or the Japanese Tsunami occurs; the Red Cross floods the airwaves with ads seeking donations.  With music full of pathos playing in the background, the announcer tells us that the Red Cross is 'always there in time of need' and now that the poor victims are suffering terribly, 'won't you please open your heart and wallet?'

jpgThese people have totally mastered the science of extracting money from the unthinking masses.   For example, the dust from the World Trade Center demolition had not even settled (literally) before the Red Cross were appealing to us all to give blood and money to help the families of the victims of the 'terrorist' attack.  Thousands of people gave blood and even more gave millions of dollars to the Red Cross. Perhaps, it would have been pertinent to ask 'blood for whom'?  Everyone was dead (there were few injuries, relatively speaking) so why was the Red Cross asking for blood donations day and night for a week or longer?

The answer is reflective of the true purpose of the Red Cross.  Sad to say the Red Cross is a disaster 'racket.' which is in the business of making money from people's misery, especially with totally engineered disasters such as 9/11.  They sell the blood on, of course, but they apparently also use the blood for other things to which the public is generally not privy and one could legitimately ask where does all the money go and to whom?

 For the most part, they keep it for themselves as do the vast majority of major, household-name charities.  The families of the victims of 9/11 had to badger, harass and threaten the Red Cross in an attempt to obtain $11 million that they would not release to the families, as long as one year after the event - and that is just what we were told in the media, so my guess is that the actual figure was much, much higher than this.

The CEO of the Red Cross and other senior administrators receive obscene salaries and massive perks, all of which are paid directly from  contributions.  At the time of writing, the salary of the current president is almost $700,000 per annum and the total revenue of the Red Cross is well in excess of $3bn!


In Sept. 2005, Paul Joseph Watson and Alex Jones wrote, "As the aftermath of hurricane Katrina continues to wreak mayhem and havoc amid reports of mass looting, shooting at rescue helicopters, rapes and murders, establishment media organs are promoting the Red Cross as a worthy organization to give donations to.  The biggest website in the world,, displays a Red Cross donation link prominently on its front page.  Every time there is a major catastrophe the Red Cross and similar organizations like United Way are given all the media attention while other charities are left in the shadows.  This is not to say that the vast majority of Red Cross workers are not decent people who simply want to help those in need".

world-trade-center-wtc-terrorist-attack.jpgIn fact, the Red Cross has been caught 'red-handed' withholding money in the wake of terrible disasters that require immediate funds.  In the name of the 'Liberty Fund' for 9/11 family relief, the Red Cross collected $564 million in donations yet only actually distributed around $150 million.

The then Red Cross President Dr. Bernadine Healy arrogantly proclaimed, "The Liberty Fund is a war fund.  It has evolved into a war fund.  We must have blood readiness.  We must have the ability to help our troops if we go into a ground war.  We must have the ability to help the victims of tomorrow."   (She resigned under fire in Dec. 2001, and died in 2011. )

On Jan 3, 2005, CNN reported: "Charities swung into action after the September 11 terrorist attacks, raising more than $1 billion.  But questions are being raised about where and how and how much of that money is being distributed.  Bearing the brunt Tuesday during a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee's oversight panel was outgoing Red Cross President Dr. Bernadine Healy.  Healy was hammered by one New York official for the Red Cross' decision to put aside nearly half of the money raised for future needs that may include terrorist attacks.  'I see the Red Cross, which has raised hundreds of millions of dollars that was intended by the donating public to be used for the victims of September 11 -- I see those funds being sequestered into long-term plans for an organization,' New York Attorney general Eliot Spitzer testified. "


In fact the Red Cross has a long, long sordid history of stealing cash donations intended for disaster relief. Following the disastrous San Francisco earthquake in 1989, the Red Cross donated only $10 million of the $50 million that had been raised, and kept the rest.

 Similarly, following the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995 and the Red River flooding in 1997 many donations were also withheld.  Even as far back as the Korean War, the Red Cross was plundering soldiers' relief packages, the famous 'Red Cross Parcels' from home.

 The Red Cross is very adept at stealing money and looting mail and has been exposed in this respect many times but it has been allowed to escape sanctions, punishment or exposure because the organization is so closely allied with and indeed is inextricably linked with the Elite establishment.  It is without doubt an organization run by Elite insiders whose purpose is to gather intelligence and steal from the poor, underprivileged and needy to further line the pockets of the rich.

indonesia.jpgSeveral minor charities that were involved with the 2004 Tsunami relief project expressed outrage in public to say that large charities like Red Cross and Oxfam were engaged in secret negotiations that resulted in a large amount of the public-donated money being withheld from those most affected by the disaster. See Red Cross Hasn't Spent $200 million Raised for S. Asian Tsunami

The message here should be clear to all.  Under no circumstances donate money to major charitable organizations unless you would like your money to go to benefit the Elite's expansion of their empires and the fast-developing police state in your own backyards.  Find smaller independent charitable organizations that you know to be reliable and make your donations to them.

John Hamer is a British geo-political researcher. He is the author of the book 'The Falsification of History'

Related -
Red Cross was a front for Wall Street Bankers in Bolshevik Revolution /Chapter Five  (thanks Leland)
Red Cross in Haiti - Where did the Money Go?
Joan Price - Don't Donate to Illuminati Charities
Less than 10% of NFL Pink Merchandise Sales Go to "Cancer Research"
Ken Adachi writes: The Red Cross Racket i
    September 3, 2005 

Avoid the Red Cross (Sep 16, 2009)
September 16, 2009

"I believe over 1 billion was collected by the Red Cross for the false flag 3/11 attack on Japan. The Japanese people received next to nothing of that money. The same could be said for the Haiti engineered quake of 2009."  - Ken Adachi


Other fine articles by John Hamer on this website:

Was Titanic Sinking an Insurance Scam?

America is Freemasonry's New Atlantis
Jack the Ripper was Winston Churchill's Father

Makow comment-

 Tuesday, I sat down with a professional fundraiser who confirmed that many charities like "Mothers Against Drunk Driving" use professional fundraisers who keep 95% of the donations. -

First Comment from Dan:

The Red Cross 911 blood drive was to build up stock for the "coalition forces" about to be deployed to Afghanistan.    Of course the public weren't told that at the time, since Congress hadn't gone through the charade of "approving" military action yet.

There's been a lot of blood spilled since then and it's not going to stop, so I don't care if the Red Cross sells the blood I donate. They have to pay an army of medical technicians, labs, storage and transportation costs.  I'm more interested the availability of blood for people who would die without it.

I'm surprised that Hamer doesn't address the implications in their international referee role equivalent to UN 'inspectors'.

You may recall that the IRC sent delegations to inspect Auschwitz in June and September 1944, in accord with the 1929 Geneva Convention. The King of Denmark had called for the inspections due to rumors of gas chamber genocide going on at Auschwitz.

The Red Cross inspector's report found no evidence of gas chambers, and even praised the Germans on delivering over one and half million Care packages to inmates since 1942. Later, at the trials in Nuremberg in 1946 an SS medical doctor testified that SS guided the Red Cross tour only through specially prepared routes through the camp, primarily Stalag 13 which housed Allied prisoner's of war in reasonable conditions.
There's no denying that innocent people like Fr. Max Kolb were murdered to intimidate other prisoners as early as 1941. Kolb and ten other men picked at random were locked in a barracks to die of thirst and starvation, and when he and 3 others hadn't succumbed quick enough and the SS needed the barracks, they killed them with injections of Prussic acid. Edith Stein, guilty of nothing, was was never heard from again after her internment in Auschwitz in 1942 - 3 years before the typhoid epidemic that atrocity deniers claim produced the piles of emaciated bodies featured in Holocaust Museums.

It begs the question of possible Red Cross complicity with concealing atrocities if not mass genocide at Auschwitz. At Nuremberg the Red Cross representative defended the 1944 report, and to my knowledge they never retracted their conclusion. This would - technically - make the International Red Cross, Holocaust deniers, nicht wahr?

More recently in 1996, Indonesian separatists on the Island of Papau kidnapped European and Indonesian members of the globalist 'World Wildlife Fund'. After securing the release of the Europeans, British military forces covertly laid waste to residential areas of Southern Highlands of West Papua in 'old school' reprisal. Red Cross helicopters were observed cooperating operationally with British forces during the massacre. The Red Cross response to the international flap was to appoint an 'unbiased' third party' (an Australian NGO) to investigate the allegations. The resulting report claimed the Red Cross helicopters were fake, and actually contained soldiers of an undetermined origin - possibly British. Beyond those vague conclusions nothing happened. Eventually in 2005 the Australians laid the blame on Indonesia's security forces.

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "The Red Cross Scam "

Steve said (October 28, 2013):

Dear Henry: I can also verify this article on the red cross no caps deserved. My father came home from WWII with a bad taste for lamb & the red cross. The aid from the red cross was sold to those who did not send their pay home as my father did to help feed his family during those tough times. He did not need the $10/wk. as his needs were met. r.c. blankets had a $15 price tag which, were donated to them!

Salvation Army gave blankets, food and clothing freely to all in need. After the war dad raised 4 kids, worked always sometimes 2 jobs, plus fixing up houses for resale. He passed a few years ago at 83. Salvation Army showed up at mom's request, Military men and women in uniforms placed their poppies in his coffin. His only wish was anyone wishing to pay tribute to donate to the Salvation Army in his name.

It is good to know there are still some we can trust.

Stephen Coleman said (October 16, 2013):

One morning while walking through a slum district in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, I witnessed a Dutch charity giving out 25 Kilo bags of powered milk to a school. As their truck left, another truck pulled up and the teachers were selling the powered milk the these people in the truck.

From that moment I no longer gave to charities. Not even charities doing their job can help with the corruption of the recipients. I have seen families receive money for schooling their children and the father takes the money and drinks it all away.

I have seen people get rich by gaining control of supplies given to hurricane victims, selling the supplies at exorbitant prices.

I still like to give and the way I do it is give directly to the school for a pupil and make sure I get receipts. Or I will pay for the supplies to rebuild a home damaged by a typhoon and again make sure to get receipts. So far this way the money I have given does what I have intended it to do.

Stephen Coleman

Anthony Migchels said (October 16, 2013):

The Red Cross is indeed a total fraud, as are all the other major 'charities', which just serve to whitewash despicable crimes and allow those who enjoy to wallow in the suffering of others and feel good about their 'empathy' to think 'they did something'.

It's the same thing with 'Christians' 'palliating the wounds of those injured by interest on debt' by feeding the homeless, instead of getting to the point and just ending the system that creates all this horrible poverty and social inequality.

All these 'charities' will never organize a decent strike against war. They will never expose the crimes of those causing the wounds and the death and the destruction. Their board members are ever ready to advance their careers, changing jobs leading other outlets that are behind the suffering, making even more money.

'Charities' are an indispensable part of the control grid. A satanic mockery of the victims, where those funding the wars and remaining silent (the public) pretend to care. A disgusting hypocrisy in the best traditions of man.

Beth said (October 16, 2013):

Regarding the Red Cross: I know someone from Sierra Leone. The people there once broke into a Red Cross Truck in the hopes of finding food. To their great suprise, there was no food: the truck was full of guns and weapons.

DE said (October 16, 2013):

I was on the ground in Aceh the second week post tsunami. I don’t recall seeing the International Red Cross but I did see Samaritan’s Purse, Doctors Without Borders, the Salvation Army, and even Pat Robertson’s Bless Indonesia, and also the US and Singapore military. While I can’t speak to how well each group used funds, they were all on the ground directly helping people – medical care, food distribution, water purification and other practical matters such as helping people clean out their wells, rehabilitate houses, etc. There were also 2 UN workers driving around in their 4-wheel drive vehicle who seemed to be primarily collecting information on what other people were doing.

I have seen the Salvation Army up close for over two decades in Indonesia. They are known –reknowned in fact - among local legislatures for their transparent handling of funds, and in a country where corruption reigns king, that is huge. Generally they run schools, orphanages, hospitals, and recently have been involving their own members in disaster relief.

In the US, a friend recently made homeless has been helped greatly by the Salvation Army in Duluth, Minnesota which did a great job of referring her to places she could get help (legal, medical, psychological, housing, food, etc) and making sure she didn’t go hungry. During the Red River floods of 1997 among other things, they also set up “Operation We Care” to recruit and coordinate volunteers (for example, a lot of people from the Twin Cities went up on weekends and helped people clean out their basements and clean mud off of belongings, get rid of ruined appliances, etc.)

(For the lady upset because they wouldn’t take her piano, NOBODY takes pianos. Thrift shops everywhere take only things in good condition that they can sell. Nobody seems to have the manpower to fix or clean things anymore.)

All that to say, I would still recommend the Salvation Army as a group that handles money transparently and efficiently, and works on the ground with real people in need.

Jesper said (October 16, 2013):

There is so much to comment on this issue I don´t know where to start. If the Red Cross asked for donations for the “victims of 9/11”, then it must be a racket, either in itself or as part of a global scheme. On the other hand, Hamer speaks about the falsification of history but ends up endorsing this falsification (“everyone was dead”) and fails to see that the alleged distribution by the Red Cross of USD 150 million was just part of the lie: there were no families to give the money to:
The Red Cross may always have been a racket, or it may have been hijacked by racketeers along the way. Their denial of the existence of gas chambers in Germany in 1944 could be interpreted in many ways. In any case, as far as the falsification of history goes, nothing comes close to the trite Holocaust gas chamber fairy tale. Dan: I expected more clairvoyance from such an intelligent and knowledgeable reviewer!

Donna said (October 16, 2013):

I worked from 1999 - 2009 for the Red Cross in Germany. My boss was a millionaire and a conniving liar to boot.

It is important that people understand how they are being worked and put upon to give their hard-earned cash to millionaires using fronts such as "united way" and "unicef". The suggestion is that you do not have a heart if you do not give copiously to these criminal rackets. If you want to help someone, do it directly.

The worst "charity", in my opinion, is the World Wildlife Fund, which was initiated by the "royal" family, who pockets all of the money meant to go to - wildlife. The royals actually deride God´s Creation and are doing everything in their power to destroy it.

MP said (October 16, 2013):

American Red Cross
IRS 2011 tax form 990

American Red Cross Anual Ball / New York / Tampa /other events - Gross Receipts of $34,561,115

They spent $1,739,804 on facility rent, $776,062 on entertainment, and more on prizes, etc. leaving the Red Cross with net income from the fundraising parties of $1,020,673

Pension and post retirement of $1,005,626,967.

Leslie said (October 15, 2013):

My personal experience with the Salvation Army is less than satisfactory. When I moved a few years ago, I had made arrangements for them to pick up a large donation of items. They fully knew what they were picking up.

Including a $6,000.00 piano. When they arrived - they refused the piano - which was in perfect condition, yet walked around my home pointing out other items they said they wanted - which weren't with the donated items.

They good less than ¼ of the items - a lot of which was Crystal and Wedgewood.

I was forced to 'curb' the piano and the other items they refused. Thankfully, I spied a Mexican looking at it. He didn't speak English & I didn't speak Spanish. I gestured for him to take it, but his truck was too small. I pointed to his truck and then threw out my arms. He must have understood, because he came back with a much bigger/covered truck and a helper.

The Salvation Army will never get another penny out of me. And I wouldn't donate to the Red Cross if my life depended on it.

Debra said (October 15, 2013):

Why are people so easily (mis)led? People were created to be led thus, when good leadership is fought against, counterfeit-leadership
takes its place; a Universal Law.

The Red Cross is one example (of many) of counterfeit-leadership.

Where is Good Leadership found? In The Bible of course; in the Old and New Covenant including The Holy Koran. Until people submit to that
Truth, counterfeit-leadership prospers.

Luke 19:27 But THOSE mine enemies, which would NOT that I should REIGN
OVER THEM, bring here, and SLAY [them] before me.

Tony B said (October 15, 2013):

Two brief items on the Red Cross.

1. While Bob Dole was in congress his wife became head of the Red Cross. 'Nuf said.

2. My father was killed in an accident before I was born but he had been in the front lines in WW1. My mother told me when he came home he had nothing good whatever to say about the Red Cross. Said, yes, they were just behind the front lines but they SOLD every last cup of coffee to the GIs at the front. He also praised the Salvation Army for doing just the opposite, giving all of what they had to give.

Whether or not the Salvation Army is still worthy of praise, I don't know.

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at