I don’t trust ANYONE involved with children’s charities, especially not those related to sex trafficking, refugees, or vaccines.
A photo has emerged showing accused sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell at a charity event to oppose sex trafficking prior to her arrest. Maxwell, smiling, is seen at the 2013 fundraiser for Stop the Trafficking of People in New York’s Meatpacking district, posing with the group’s founder Celhia de Lavarene.
‘She’s got some nerve. But I am not surprised,’ de Lavarene told The Sun. ‘I’ve come to realize that these people need to appear to be doing good and make people believe it.’
In July, Maxwell was arrested in New Hampshire and federally charged with enticement of minors and sex trafficking of children in connection with her decades-long association with pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein.
I’m not saying that everyone involved in charity organizations is evil, I’m simply observing that being heavily involved in the charity world can be every bit as indicative of being massively evil as being a generally good person.
Of course, if your cause is something like “clean water for African villages”, you’re probably just well-meaning and stupid.