Friday 23 October 2009

Fake Charity Fails its own Survey!

Hat tip to both Obo and Mr Eugenides for this one

Fake Charity Alcohol Focus, the Tundra-based Government-funded equivalent of Alcohol Concern has an interesting survey on it's website.

The question it asks is:
"Cheap alcohol is damaging health and society. I support minimum pricing"
Visitors to the site then have a choice of yes or no.
At the time of posting 6403 people have voted and the percentages are Yes 4% and No 96%.

As the people have spoken surely the time has been reached where these fake charities have their Government funding withdrawn? This Nulieber social engineering is a waste of public money - a way to try and persuade us that we have to conform to their way of thinking - and they way they do this is to pay fake charities such as Alcohol Concern, Alcohol Focus and even have Alcohol Concern Wales now, to produce scare stories and made up statistics to frighten and brainwash the public into believing their propaganda.

It's also worth linking to the tribute site for the boss of Alcohol Concern here.


Fidothedog said...

Cross posted on Don's tribute site.

Curmudgeon said...

The poll was mentioned by RedNev long before the mainstream bloggers caught up with it. Amazing that it didn't employ cookies, or that they haven't pulled it yet. Anyway, the "No" option is now down to 93%, so Don and his merry band of prohibitionists must have been working overtime.


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