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Red Crescent uses UN refugee aid to buy luxury cars

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This is where your taxpayer money is going, when it is given to the United Nations to aid “refugees.” This money isn’t aiding any refugees at all. It’s going to allow Turkish Red Crescent officials buy luxury cars. All aid to the United Nations, which is little more at this point than an arm of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, ought to be halted immediately.

“Turkish Red Crescent purchases luxury cars with subventions,” Sol International, September 10, 2019 (thanks to RF):

The Turkish Red Crescent, the largest non-governmental ‘‘relief’’ organization in Turkey, which has been come under fire due to the allegations of corruption and excessive increases in salaries of its administrative board, purchased luxury cars with the subventions donated by the United Nations (UN) World Food Programme to support the foreigners living in the country, it has revealed.

A total of 10 4×4 vehicles, including two ultra-luxury cars, were purchased with 3 million 700 thousand Turkish Lira ($643 thousand) within the scope of the Project of Social Cohesion Assistance for Foreigners Programme, according to a report in Cumhuriyet Daily.

The report says that the money was donated by the UN World Food Programme (WFP) in order to ‘support the aggrieved foreigners to fulfil their basic needs in a dignified manner’….

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