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Satanic Church Part Two: Confessions of Catholic Priests

Posted by terres on November 26, 2009

Why, in the God’s name, is the Church allowed to operate?

From Ireland to Australia, New Zealand to Canada, United States to Argentina, Catholic Priests Have Left Trails of Child Rape, Sexual Perversion, Physical and Mental Abuse

The Catholic priests sex abuse cases have occurred in every country where the satanic church has been allowed to operate. Incidents have involved priests under diocesan control and members of Roman Catholic religious orders. The Church has spent at least two billion dollars in payouts in the US alone. Many of the accused priests and bishops have participated in the cover-ups.

Thousands of pedophile priests have molested minors in the US since 1950, and the church has paid more than $2 billion in damages.

Below: Wolfgang und der Teufel (“Saint Wolfgang and the Devil”) panel of Pacher’s Kirchenväteraltar (“Fathers of the Church” altarpiece, c. 1483), on display at the Alte Pinakothek in Munich.

Your church is now ready, Wolfgang. Here are the rules, again:

  1. Smite everyone who has a different religion because we don’t want the flocks going around wondering why there are so many shepherds!
  2. Slay all the indigenous people in the world because that’s how we can suppress spirituality, eliminate sustainable lifestyles and ensure “end times!” Besides, wee need their lands.
  3. Torture and burn all of their intellectuals at stake because we don’t like anyone asking questions or sowing the seeds of doubt in the sheeple’s mind!
  4. Forbid the flocks to plan their family and encourage them to f*ck like rabbits. The more children the merrier!
  5. Sodomize all of their children because that’s the only way we can ensure there would be enough new recruits in every generation to perpetuate the lie.

Oh, and don’t worry about paying off damages. I’ll provide an endless supply of money . . .

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Report into child sex abuse by Irish priests due

BBC Report: Thursday, 26 November 2009 –

A second report into child sex abuse by Catholic priests in the Irish Republic is due to be released later.

The investigation – covering a 30-year period from 1975 – is expected to reveal the extent of how bishops in Dublin covered up complaints.

The part played by the police and the state has also been investigated.

In May a separate report revealed a catalogue of cruelty against children at residential homes run by Catholic religious orders.

The latest independent inquiry, which began in 2006, focused on 46 priests working in the Archdiocese of Dublin.

We will be reading of sordid events that took place within the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin

The report is expected to highlight how some priests were simply moved to a different parish and conclude that too many people put the reputation of the Church before the welfare of the children.

Church leaders have already warned of its shocking content.

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin said last week: “We will be reading of sordid events that took place within the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Dublin.”

The report was completed months ago but publication was delayed until clearance was given by the High Court.

Some details were removed because they could jeopardise criminal proceedings.

In a separate report in May, orphanages and industrial schools in the Republic were described as places of fear, neglect and “endemic sexual abuse”.

It criticised religious authorities for covering up the crimes and the Irish government’s Department of Education for colluding in the silence.

A Catholic order has since said it would supply a 161m euros (£145m) package of measures as reparation for the abuse.

The Christian Brothers said the decision was taken in response to the report.  – BBC © MMIX

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More Rape and Torture by British Soldiers

Posted by terres on November 15, 2009

Female British soldiers are accused of aiding in the rape and torture of Iraqi detainees

Phil Shiner, a lawyer representing detainees, has cataloged 33 new cases of abuse,  including rape and torture: Report

Britain probes new claims of abuse by troops in Iraq

By Stefano Ambrogi   –  Sat Nov 14, 2009 11:06am EST – LONDON (Reuters)

…  Independent newspaper reported that Phil Shiner, a lawyer acting for detainees, had catalogued 33 new cases of abuse since the 2003 invasion, including rape and torture.

The paper reported that, for the first time, female soldiers were accused of aiding in the sexual and physical abuse of detainees.

He told the BBC that not all the cases were new and “that about seven have come in within the last month.

In one case, soldiers are accused of piling Iraqi prisoners on top of each other and subjecting them to electric shocks, the Independent reported.

The paper compared it to the abuse at the notorious U.S. detention center at Baghdad’s Abu Ghraib prison.

One abuse claim relates to a 16-year-old boy who says he was raped by two British soldiers while he was in custody in 2003. Others say they were stripped naked, abused and photographed.

A public inquiry is already under way into the death of an Iraqi civilian, Baha Mousa, who died in British custody in Basra in 2003 after sustaining 93 separate injuries to his body.

Shiner, who is representing Mousa’s family, told the BBC he believed “there are hundreds of cases that are going uninvestigated.”

“It is very important now that there should be no further attempt by this government and the MoD to sweep this under the carpet — the ‘few bad apples’ thesis does not work,” he told the BBC. More…

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Jewish settler faces multiple murder charges

Posted by terres on November 12, 2009

Yaacov Teitel: another Jewish American Terrorist

Jewish American settler charged with two counts of murder

Yaacov Teitel, a Baruch Goldstein copycat, has been charged in Israel with murdering two Palestinians and attempting to murder a “left-wing Jewish academic.”

Baruch Kappel Goldstein
baruch-kappel-goldstein was an American born jewish  settler who perpetrated the 1994 Cave of the Patriarchs massacre in the city of Hebron, killing 29 Palestinians at prayer in the Ibrahimi Mosque (within the Cave of the Patriarchs) and wounding another 150 in a shooting attack.

Teitel moved from America to Israel and lives in the occupied West Bank. He  faces 14 charges, including two counts of murder and three of attempted murder, BBC reported.

Ya’acov “Jack” Teitel, 37, Charged with 14 counts of murder, attempted murder and acts of terrorism. Source: Jerusalem Post. Image may be subject to copyright.

His crime wave includes attempting to poison an entire Palestinian village and sending a bomb to a Jewish family.

“God is proud of what I have done,” Mr Teitel was reported as telling the reporters.

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Look What Military Taught Me

Posted by terres on November 5, 2009

Mr Obama, Stop this War Racket!

Look What Military Taught Me!  Look What War Did to Me!

Twelve people have been killed and at least 31 others injured in a shooting rampage at a military base in Texas.

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The main gate at the US Army base Fort Hood. The tombstone for so many victims of the War Racket.

The incident reportedly occurred shortly before a graduation ceremony for soldiers was due to start at the base. Fort Hood  is  used as a “Soldier Readiness Facility,” preparing soldiers for overseas deployment. The shooting rampage started at about 1:30 pm CST.

“The shooter was killed. He was a soldier. We since then have apprehended two additional soldiers that are suspects. There were eyewitness accounts that there may have been more than one shooter,” Cone said.

About 500 soldiers were deployed to lock down Fort Hood as Army helicopters hovered overhead, it was reported.

Outburst of violence

Mr Obama said it was a “horrific outburst of violence.” He added: “It is horrifying that they should come under fire at an army base on American soil.”

Outburst of violence, indeed. What did this guy think they do in the military, just hold hands,  sing songs and dance. Someone please tell Mr Obama it’s the military, the War Racket, that teaches otherwise good men how to kill.

“I don’t know how anybody can speculate about motives at this time given how few facts we have,” said Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell.

For that, you have to close your eyes and keep them shut;  it takes monumental efforts to forget about all other similar incidents that have occurred previously, and will reoccur in the future, again and again.

“A U.S. Army official in Washington said the incident took place shortly before a scheduled graduation event at the base.” Reuters reported.

Fort Hood is located halfway between Austin and Waco, Texas about 95 km (60 miles) from either city.

“Collateral Damage” of the Worst Kind

  • In September 2008  a  1st Cavalry Division soldier shot an officer to death and then shot himself.
  • A jury in Kentucky found former US soldier, Steven Green, 24, guilty of rape and murder of a 14-year-old Iraqi girl, Abeer Qassim al-Janabi, and murder of her parents and younger sister.
  • A US soldier shot dead five of his colleagues at Camp Liberty, a base near the Iraqi capital Baghdad on May 11, 2009.
  • Captain Phillip Esposito and First Lieutenant Louis Allen were killed by fragging on June 7, 2005, at Forward Operating Base Danger in Tikrit, Iraq.

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