A dossier on the Tvind Teachers Group. Are Humana People-to-People, Planet Aid, the Gaia Movement and DAPP siphoning off cash through tax havens? Is it a cult?

A dossier on the Tvind Teachers Group. Are Humana People-to-People, Planet Aid, the Gaia Movement and DAPP siphoning off cash through tax havens? Is it a cult?

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Exclusive: USAgain clothes bins denied by US city after ‘false information’ claims

USAgain, the Tvind Teachers Group used-clothes business in the USA, has been denied a licence to place collection bins in Minneapolis after allegedly giving ‘false information’, and because of ‘an association with international fugitives’.

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The ten charities that always work together

The ten names the Teachers Group uses for its charities and good causes. They are all apparent good and progressive causes. All are part of the Teachers Group and are controlled by it. They tend to work together, internationally, on several levels.

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A to Z of Teachers Group used clothes enterprises worldwide

1. Planet Aid – in the U.S., an enormous, ‘nonprofit’, used clothes re-selling enterprise with yellow donation bins across the country.  In Britain, Planet Aid UK is a smaller, for-profit company.  Both are linked to a Swiss joint-stock company. 2. Humana... read more

Where’s Amdi? Let’s ask Janice Bostic of USAgain

Janice Marie Bostic (b.1958, USA) Has connections to fugitives Mogens Amdi Petersen, Christie Pipps, and Sten Byrner. Current position in Tvind’s Teachers Group: CEO of USAgain Janice Bostic is an American Teachers Group (TG) member and has used this to advance... read more

Opinion: Tvind companies’ recycling and environmental claims don’t add up

Planet Aid, USAgain, Gaia Movement USA, and other Tvind-linked used clothes collectors trumpet that they divert discarded garments and other textiles from landfills.  But do they really?  The global used clothing trade is reportedly worth billions annually.  If Tvind... read more

How the Teachers Group profits from used clothes

The Teachers Group is possibly the world’s largest collector of used clothing.  But where do the millions in profits from these operations end up?  Our research strongly suggests that a large percentage of it goes into the TG’s offshore accounts.  Then it’s used to buy property or invest in business.  Like organised financial criminals, the TG has invested in ‘legitimate business’ to disguise the source of its wealth.

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‘The Truth Behind USAgain Donation Bins’

A Seattle news investigation into USAgain, a Teachers Group-run used clothing company.  USAgain CEO, Mattias Wallander, admitted he’s a Teachers Group member. 

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