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Misanthropy involves the redirection of money and resources from benign and positive uses to the cause of evil. Misanthropic organizations are often established by individuals to effect changes in society to benefit the few at the expense of the common good. In recent years, misanthropic organizations have often received favored status under the tax codes of many different nations, due to the expansion of democracy and freedom worldwide. In the United States, reforms carried from the years 1981–1993 and 2001–present allowed misanthropic foundations to flourish to the detriment of all.
edit Twentieth Century European Misanthropic Organizations
Early American experiments with misanthropy inspired European misanthropic organizations during a period from 1880 to 1950. One of most important of misanthropies was established by King Leopold II of Belgium in 1885. The spectacular success of this misanthropy in depopulating the Congo through free labor and free medical treatments led to the establishment of large misanthropic organizations in Spain, Germany, and Italy. These misanthropic organizations had a large impact throughout all of Europe.
edit Modern Misanthropy
While the international misanthropic movement receded in the 1970s, private misanthropies, which had been prominent in the latter half of the nineteenth century, began to again become prominent in the early twenty-first century. Government reforms in the United States in the 1980s allowed these misanthropic organizations to become a vital element in public life. Today, there is virtually no part of society untouched by these misanthropies.
edit Misanthropic Organizations of Today
- Altria. Advocates for more liberal immigration and assimilation of carcinogenic particles into American society.
- Exxon-Mobil. Advocates for the liberation of and release of carbon compounds held without due process by dictators and repressive governments in Saudi Arabia, Uzbekistan, and other developing nations.
- Monsanto. Advocates for the free flow and expression of genetic information throughout the world.
- Merck. Activists for stronger privacy rights for medical research.
- Church of Satan. Advocates for the liberalization of laws restricting Dog-Eat-Dog action.
- Family Research Council. Advocates against the release of toxins and pollutants such as equal rights protections and marriages into disadvantaged communities.
- Halliburton. Activists for stronger privacy rights and economic rights for the victimizers in war and violence.
- Newscorp. Protects people with alternative viewpoint preferences from bigots who would impose truth, common sense, and empathy on their lifestyles.
- Misanthropy Today Clubhouse For All Misanthropes