The salvation army

i have just been through a period of time where an organisation clamed they could find people
they lie they dont help fathers to find and to be able to see there children from broken relationships
so went in and started to verafy who works for the salvation army
the amount of police and police investigators located behind doors that should not just fall open is completely idiotic
why are we the general public donating money , clothes , household items to the supposed religious sector
lies and more lies
just wanted people to know what we found hiding instore
police with no real duties for a reason they are investigators
its a cruel world with more lies than they can dictate to us all

Last reply: 8th Mar 2013 / 42 replies / Post by stretch



Posted by: Annie_T
Posted on: 8th Mar 2013

Annie_T says: Its over 40 years now, and I still feel some anger, but Salvation Army illegally interfered in my life, so much that it has had devestating lifelong effects on me and my children. It wasn't just a few people, it was SA policy and many people received the same treatment. Even going to them about 10 years ago regarding the past circumstances I was met with negativity and an unwillingness to deal with the situation.

Yes, they do a lot of good work, but there is another side to them, Sorry to the 'soldiers' here and other christians. I know most of you do your best to care for people aiming for positive outcomes, but even more recent experiences that I myself and others I know have had with the SA indicate a less than 'caring' side to the Salvation Army.

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