Direct Democracy Comment
UK tax payers funding 'foreign aid' con job
It has been revealed [5th Jan. 2013] that the UK tax payer has been funding a corrupt foreign aid programme where most UK aid is given directly and only to the regimes of various countries - with very little of it being invested in actual aid at all!
Even worse - the report and criticism comes from a Conservative group which also states that the whole programme is being used merely as a marketing tool to attempt to show how generous the UK government is compared to the previous Labour Government!
For example; the Ethiopian regime was given £300 M of UK tax payer money. None of it was spent on aid and instead, the Ethiopian government spent every penny on an internal political programme aimed at securing its position of power against any potential revolution!
In his first response to the report, David Cameron actually lied by saying that the money doesn't go through the Ethiopian Government but, Human Rights Watch have since confirmed that the money does go to the Ethiopian Government and, that David Cameron has always known this and, they also confirm that any potential aid was deliberately prevented from reaching areas where opposition members live.
Maybe our 'mate' Dave' thought it better to sneak the money in under the guise of foreign aid so that the Ethiopian regime could put-down any potential revolution before it can even start - saving himself from having to deal with embarrassing questions about his hypocrisy regarding supporting oppressive regimes with our money and in our name?
To summarise, the freely-elected 'leader' of the UK has used tax payer's money to assist an oppressive regime in a crack-down of its political opposition and, he has lied to be able to do it!
David Cameron also [again] shows his disregard for due democratic process and for international law which states that it is illegal for one country to interfere in the internal political affairs of a separate foreign sovereign state.
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