Salvation Army Does What?
It appears the Salvation Army has pulled a fast one on the government and public. Riss Flex says they claim to be a religious institution, but evidence is mounting that they are no more than a militant religious group employing slave labor.
For starters, Flex reports, the Salvation Army refers to all their high-level people in military terms, such as lieutenant, major, and calls their stores and buildings temples. Flex says they claim to help people that are vulnerable, though they cut a deal with the government, where they have people work for them for free. The employees are usually people participating in rehab programs, who are given the option of working with the Salvation Army in lieu of going to jail. Flex explains.