Why is it that there seems to be no demagogue or leader of an organised religious group that would not drive the most expensive cars? 

It is good there are, in this wicked world we live in, moral organisations, that collect money and goods for those in need. Often enough those organisations are religious, and explain their charity by the original philosophy of the religion. However it is also often the case,  that the help is given in conduct with the idea that the reciever should abandon his/her own spiritual tradition and convert to the helpers religion. Is this moral? Also more often than not, money is collected under the pretence of charity, while in truth only a small portion of it goes to the needy and most of it finds it way to the pockets of the religious leaders and priesthood. I am not saying all priests and religions are corrupt, but there is a tendency among the societys moral guardians to see that they really benefit economically from being the humanitys contact to the supernatural…

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