Should UNICEF a non profit, be sponsoring a NASCAR truck?

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As for UNICEF, the "United Nation's Children's Fund" Isn't it hypocritical to sponsor the symbol of the very thing you rail against that is in your eyes creating anthropomorphic global warming? Don't UN sponsored troops murder and rape? Needless to say, won't be rooting for them.
 

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As for UNICEF, the "United Nation's Children's Fund" Isn't it hypocritical to sponsor the symbol of the very thing you rail against that is in your eyes creating anthropomorphic global warming? Don't UN sponsored troops murder and rape? Needless to say, won't be rooting for them.
The UN is the most corrupt political body on the planet as far as I am concerned. It is where career politicians go when kicked out of office by voters. They do not even follow their own rules and getting a full accounting of money spent is almost impossible. They have sold art and stamp collections the UN had that were suppose to be kept forever. They regularly us their positions to get out of trouble when breaking US law including rape and murder.
 

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I think there is some intentional misleading and misconception when UNICEF is advertised. When the subject comes up, they mention UNICEF as "United Nation's Children's Fund". They want everyone to think the money they donate is provided as daily aid for children.

It’s not as advertised. It’s actually

United
Nations
International
Children’s
Emergency
Fund

For reasons unknown, they leave out the words “International” and “Emergency“ in their title when they ask for donations. The fund is supposed to be used for “emergencies” such as disaster relief, not as daily aid or what we normally see as welfare.
 
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