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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

let us speak of grenadiers

"Do you admit that the Catholic Church has ever done anything wrong?" enquired Rowena over tiffin.
Of all the variegated pseuds and trendies who occasionally deign to discuss such things with me, she is the most respectful of my own position.
She will ask.
She will listen.
And she will give it to me with both barrels.
I respect her more than any other who has debated these matters with me.
My respect is realistic and without a trace of sentiment.
As is hers for me.
She is a driven, career woman atheist by the way, but as I'm hinting, not without kindness.
In her past life she worked as an accountant for one of Ireland's most notorious white collar criminals Denis O'Brien.
He's the one who a decade ago bribed a corrupt Fine Gael government Minister called Michael Lowry to give him a mobile phone licence for a fee of five million dollars when the licence should have cost him a thousand million.
Only the nation was getting impoverished.
So why worry.
Rowena used to help Denis O'Brien count the billion dollars he got when he finally sold the mobile phone licence himself, oh at least a full five minutes after he corruptly acquired it from the corrupt Lowry.
And today she's asking me with a pitying look in her eye, if I accept that the Catholic Church has ever done anything wrong.
Presumably she means with regard to the Church's handling of sex abuse cases.
Ah yes.
All the young conformist thieves are much agitated by the Church's handling of the tiny minority of sex abuse cases which have arisen within the Church while the rest of the country is being engulfed with a tidal wave of child murder, child rape, child abuse and child sacrifice to satan, that none of them so much as notice never mind deign to question.
As they stoop down from Mount Olympus to ask me with a pitying look in their eyes if I accept the Catholic Church has ever done anything wrong.
"I accept the Church has done four things wrong," I answer warmly. "Firstly the Church, ie the Bishops, listened to their lawyers. Yes, they took advice from the leading legal professionals in Ireland. They listened to that advice. And that was the first wrong thing they did. Listening to lawyers. Their lawyers were advising the Bishops to say nothing, that each case was a legal matter, and that the burden of proof was on those wishing to prove any allegation. So yes the Bishops made a big mistake in listening to their lawyers. And anyone involved in a case where people are being accused of sex abuse or involved in the much more trivial cases that most of you will face at some stage, and who has ignored their lawyers' advice in the handling of those cases, is perfectly entitled to judge the Bishops harshly for doing the same thing. The rest of us aren't. Interestingly the Bishops were being advised to say nothing by many of the same lawyers from many of the same legal firms which have grown fat in recent years trading, on and profiting from, frivolous sex abuse claims and inflated court awards to supposed victims. I always say a victim who helps the Nazi's is still a Nazi. Secondly the Bishops took advice from the most eminent psychiatrists in the world. And they listened to that advice. That was the second wrong thing the Bishops did. Now I could have told them that psychiatrists haven't a clue. But the establishment societal consensus was that psychiatrists were the people to go to when dealing with child abuse. So the second wrong thing the Bishops did was to believe psychiatrists who were telling them that abusing priests had been cured. If you're in a position to judge them for that, go right ahead. I can't. Even though I'm the only one here who's spent the past thirty years telling people that psychiatry and the pharmaceutical industry have monstrously falsified the nature of mental challenges in order to sell billions of dollars worth of mind altering drugs. Thirdly, the Bishops were a little too thrilled to get invites to tea with anti Catholic press baron pornographer Tony O'Reilly. I call him a pornographer because I consider the sex, drugs and hedonistic atheism advocated in his newspapers the Evening Herald, the Sunday World, the Irish Indpendent and the Sunday Indpendent, to amount to pornography. I would also note that Tony O'Reilly still has a publishing deal with British porn baron Richard Desmond to produce the Daily Star. Richard Desmond's other edifying titles include Asian Babes, Big Boobs, and Explicit Readers Wives. He should be most ashamed of the Daily Star though. Yes, the third wrong thing that the Bishops did was to sup tea with Tony O'Reilly, long after it had become clear that his titles were attempting to subvert Christianity in Ireland. One Bishop even consecrated a church for O'Reilly's personal use on the grounds of O'Reilly's horrendously tawdry mansion. That one raised a few eyebrows among believing Catholics. It was plain to see that some of the Bishies just loved mixing with the rich and famous. When they should have been excoriating O'Reilly they were currying favour with him. They relished the plush surrounds of his manion rather than calling for it to be torn down. If you can judge em for it, go ahead. I won't. The fourth wrong thing the Bishops did was to apologise for crimes they hadn't committed. I never apologise Rowena. Because the right sort of people don't want an apology. And the wrong sort will misuse one. The Bishops in their human frailty accepted the public pronouncements of scoundrel liberal atheists who wished to destroy the Church by interpreting every attempt to handle child abuse discreetly as concealment. The Bishops were frightened by the unfolding persecution of the Church through the Media, the Judiciary and Parliament. It's not a crime to be frightened. The persecution seemed unstoppable. The Media, the Judiciary and Parliament colluded to conceal the vast preponderance of the most serious sex abuse cases arising in Irish society outside of the Church and at the same time, the same atheistic Medica, Judiciary and Parliament were pressing ahead with repeated Public Enquiries expressly devised to convince the public that the majority of sex abuse cases actually arose within the Church. A black lie. An utter falsehood. A complete inversion of the truth. And the terrified Bishops just couldn't bring themselves to point it out. The honorable Bishops hid while the Media onslaught continued and the more suggestible proles among our citizenry, the very ones who had bankrupted the nation in perpetuity, these kleptocrats, druggies, abortionists, contraceptivists, atheistic life in test tube generating, Marxists and whore masters, the gangster bankers, the usoriously overpaid middle class teachers, nursies, thug cops and indolent soldiers, all of these thieves, these white washed Civil Service supulchres, all of them I say, presumed, nay dared, to stand in judgement on the faith of our fathers, and on the generations of Irishmen and women who came before us and through hardship, famine and rapine, never bankrupted anyone, the abortionists judged the best among and the best who came before, and from thence it was a short step to find Catholicism guilty of every crime they chose to devise for it. The Bishops didn't fight them. They had grown too comfortable in their palaces and were afraid to lose everything by standing up to the oppressors. Let anyone who's ever faced losing their home in old age stand in judgement on them. That was the fourth and last mistake the Bishops made. You might judge them Rowena. I never will."


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