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The Charlottesville City Council is a viper’s nest of insider deals, kickbacks, and corruption. The disgraced anti-white Vice-Mayor Wes Bellamy, for instance, is operating what is known in the world of politics as a slush fund. A slush fund is a reserve of money used for illicit purposes, especially political bribery. If you are someone with cash to spare and want something done in government you give to the politician’s slush fund, usually a fake charity set up for the purposes of taking bribes. The lobbyist gets whatever they want from the political prostitute and the political prostitute donates a small portion of the proceeds to the “charity”. The rest goes straight into their pocket.
In Bellamy’s case he runs a “nonprofit” called The Young Black Professionals Network of Charlottesville, alternately known as just Black Professional Network of Charlottesville. A big ad on the YBPN says “donations are 100% tax deductible”, which itself seems to be under some dispute. But the primary issue is that this organization is operating outside of IRS law, seemingly for the purpose of obfuscating how much money is coming into the charity and what is going out. The only means by which the IRS can maintain any kind of accountability or transparency in regards to non-profits is through the filing of a 990-N form which details how much money people are making off of the enterprise and what their cash flow is like. Guess which form Wes has not been filing?
For the calendar year 2016, Wes' was required to file this 990-N for YBPN by May 15, 2016. He did NOT file the 990-N disclosure form. Here we are seven months past that date and YBPN is still accepting “donations”. All of this information is publicly available through the non-profit accountability website Guidestar.
In fact, The Young Black Professionals network, which is listed as being located at 1002 Linden Ave Apt. 101, has NEVER filed an 990-N as required by law or disclosed any of it's financial dealings. Why was this organization conveniently created in 2015 to capitalize on Bellamy's tenure as an elected official in the city of Charlottesville? Does this help to answer why Bellamy is able to afford expensive tailored suits and jewelry on a Albemarle High School teacher's salary? He's got the look of one of those greedy holy-roller televangelists who begs grandmas to send in their social security checks.
You can see all this for yourself by going to the IRS database and searching for the YBPN EIN, a unique code assigned to all nonprofits. When you enter the EIN (46-3906276) we can go even further and ascertain that YBPN is not listed as a charity by the IRS at all. Wes Bellamy is not only an anti-white racist but a corrupt public official. There should be a public inquiry into the level of Bellamy's corruption. He should immediately resign his post and return any ill-gotten funds received through the fraudulent Young Black Professionals Network.
Update: You can make an official complaint to the IRS by filling out Form 13909. The completed form may be mailed to IRS EO Classification, Mail Code 4910DAL, 1100 Commerce Street Dallas, TX 75242-1198, faxed to 214-413-5415 or emailed to
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UPDATE 2: I'm now getting word Bellamy may not have registered this "charity" in Virginia as required by law. More info incoming...
UPDATE 3: All charitable organizations must register with the state of Virginia before soliciting donations, as defined in Virginia Code § 57-49. Searching the charitable org database reveals that Young Black Professionals is not registered as a charity in Virginia. YBPN is a scam!
Contact the office of VA Attorney General Mark Herring (804) 786-2071.
UPDATE 4: Bellamy may have broken the State of Virginia lobbying statute by failing to disclose his YBPN profits: "The identity and expenditures of certain persons who attempt to influence legislative and executive actions with respect to legislation and executive orders should be publicly identified to preserve and maintain the integrity of government."