What a strong woman is Polly Tommey she ran a very impressive campaign in the General Election and she was scorimg heavily where were the National Autistic Society who were resting on their millions in the bank – over 100 million to be precise.
Polly had such an amazing billboard campaign – she made people to sit up and think. So what was Mark Lever’s response and the response of the NAS. They started a dirty tricks agenda from City Road, with NAS employees openly briefing against Polly. Really or dear. The Charity authorities must investigate them. Surely it must be against charity law to brief against other charities. The trustees must sack the NAS employees who have briefed against Polly Tommey and others. Why should the NAS get away with it just because they have over a 100 million. Why should money dictate things. It is sickening to see the dirty tricks against Polly. They must go as they are bringing down the name of the National Autistic Society.
The NAS wants to appoint another stooge as Autism Tsar. Well we mothers say appoint Polly Tommey as the Autism Tsar. She can bring people together. The NAS can no longer do that. The dirty tricks against Polly must stop. Sack them all, I say Susie et al.
The Autism Trust have been the victims of a vicious campaign waged by the National Autistic Society. The Charity Commission must back and support Polly Tommey against the dirty tricksters.
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Tagged Autism Trust, Autism Tsar, Billboard Campaign, Charity Commission, Chief Executive NAS, City Road, dirty tricks, General Election, Mark Lever, NAS, NAS stooges, NAS Trustees, National Autistic Society, Polly Tommey
Why can’t we be understood. Why is it that people turn their backs and we have to push and push. We have been misunderstood. We have no voice.
It was a wrong move Mark Lever. He tied the National Autistic Society knot with the Labour Government and the Labour regime only mentioned the NAS in parliament. It was the Mark Lever – Phil Hope show. NAS stooges were planted in the Department of Health and elsewhere. The NAS were pulling the strings but they have egg on their faces because Phil Hope is no more. He lost Corby and with it Mark Lever’s influence and stranglehold. Like Gordon Brown mark Lever must quit we have suffered him for too long lets change the National Autistic Society – vote vote vote for change at the NAS annual general meeting.
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Tagged Care Services Minister, Chief Executive NAS, Corby, Gordon Brown, Labour Government, Labour Party, Labour regime, Mark Lever, NAS, NAS Annual General Meeting, National Autistic Society, Phil Hope MP, Vote for Change
Who would have thought that the National Autistic Society founded by parents in 1962 as the Autistic Children’s Aid Society of North London has turned into a multi-million dollar business one of the richest charities in the world. They have over 100 million and they don’t care about anyone else. They have ruled the autistic world for too long.It is time they were de-throned. They have had it coming for a long long time
Many of us are exasperated at the NAS. They have a multi-million dollar budget but they are running it as a business and not as a charity.
Their Chief Executive is on a huge salary nearly 100 k and 24 NAS executivs are earning over 60 K. tHIS CHArity is the Goldman Sachs of the charity world. They are fuelled by greed. Their desire is to make money – as the expense of autistics
The National Autistic Society has lost the plot – completely lost it. They need a new Chief Executive and a new NAS Board to take the charity in a new direction. We feel we are not being served by the NAS who are a multi-million pound multi-national corporation. They dont’t care about us. It’s time for change.
Posted in National Autistic Society
Tagged 1962, Autism, Autistic Children's Aid Society of North London, aUTISTICS, Multi-million pound charity, multi-national corporation, NAS, NAS Board, NAS Trustees, National Autistic Society, richest British charity