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THE CARDINAL SINS OF PEOPLE LIKE PELL

Larry Pickering

Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.

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It’s difficult listening to the endless line of shattered people who have suffered sexual abuse at the hands of the rulers of religious institutions. Incurable paedophiles have always been attracted to where young children are freely available but Cardinal Pell is more guilty than any of his flock of child molesters because he allowed this culture of sexual abuse to fester and continue unabated.

An abused child builds up the enormous courage necessary to expose what is happening to him and others, only to be told he is a liar. That’s the worst part, you are then condemned to handling a serious problem that a child has no ability to handle.

It took me ages to practise the words, to find a sentence that made sense, to explain what was happening, to sound convincing... only to be told by my mother to wash my mouth out with soap.

It’s devastating. But this religious “friend of the family”, Uncle Bert, was never successful, at least not with me. At eight years of age I was too smart and too strong, but many kids aren’t, and they become fodder for the brothers in Christ who hide behind the flowing gowns of people like Pell who then scamper off to hide in the bowels of the Vatican.

It’s funny how things work out, but for 65 years I have had a recurrent dream so real that I would awake in a sweat not having a clue what I was dreaming about. Then three months back I again awoke, this time with a vivid image of the dream.

It was that I had killed Uncle Bert (I’m unsure how) and wrapped him in a musty green blanket from his bed and stood him upright in his wardrobe. For 65 years I had returned regularly to the wardrobe to spray the body with air fresheners and insecticide.

That 65 year-old nightmare was that, if ever the body was discovered, no-one would believe me as to why I had killed him.

Since I only recently discovered what that recurring bad dream was all about, it has stopped. I did not regret killing him... my only fear was not being believed why.

And there sits Pell wallowing in his own excrement as “financial adviser” agreeing only to a video link back to the Commission when asked to explain the inexplicable.

It was he who disbelieved those poor children of Ballarat who built up the courage to explain to him what was going on.

I watched his earnest and private entreaty of the newly crowned Pope Francis knowing full well what he was asking: “Have you spoken to Pope Benedict yet? He promised me a permanent position in the Vatican Financial Office. I have dirtied my nappy back in Oz limiting payouts to grumbling adults accusing the Church of outrageous stuff.

“I have saved us squillions Frank, and now I need the protection of the Vatican as my position in Australia is untenable. I cannot return to current affairs cameras chasing me around every corner. That would damage the Church and soon this damned Commission will arrive in Ballarat and I’ll be publicly crucified.”

“No worries Georgie Porgie ol’ boy, Benny DID mention that. But we were debating as to whether we have an extradition treaty with Australia or not.”

“Oh, shit Frank, tell me that’s not true!”



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So Cardinal Pell's passport proves he was out of the country at the time he was alleged to have been present in Australia during the alleged conversation. Well that puts the cat amongst the pigeons. http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/passport-proves-cardinal-george-pells-point/story-fnn8dlfs-1227416933253

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/opinion/columnists/media-watch-dog-journalists-and-george-pell-malcolm-turnbull-rings-the-bell-on-mark-scott/story-fnkqo7i5-1227365500943

So despite your mother reacting with the same disbelief, you want to hang, draw and quarter Pell. You should be working for Fairfax. This country is doomed if two bob hacks and scribblers and former Attorney Generals (Hulls) for god's sake, can whip up demonic mobs in this manner. Read Henderson's take here. You ought to be ashamed of yourself. Ever heard of due process and presumption of innocence?

Pope Francis Appoints Radically Liberal, Pro-Homosexual Priest To Vatican Council
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Geoffrey Grider | May 20, 2015 | 67 Comments
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Pope Francis has appointed radically liberal, pro-homosexual Dominican Father Timothy Radcliffe as a consultor for the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace.
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Pope Francis, the man we deem likely to fulfill the role of the False Prophet of Revelation, will bring the LGBT into the Catholic Church, with full papal blessing. And as such, the Catholic Church will cease to preach against homosexuality as the Pope continues to build the end times One World Religion, where all points of view will be welcome except that of the bible believing Christian.
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The Holy Father made the appointment on Saturday, according to Vatican Radio. Father Radcliffe, an Englishman, author and speaker, was Master of the Dominican order from 1992 to 2001, and is an outspoken proponent of homosexuality.
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“We must accompany gay people as they discern what this means, letting our images be stretched open,” he said in a 2006 religious education lecture in Los Angeles. “This means watching ‘Brokeback Mountain,’ reading gay novels, living with our gay friends and listening with them as they listen to the Lord.”
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In 2005, as the Vatican deliberated the admission of men with homosexual tendencies to study for the priesthood in the wake of the Church sex abuse scandal, Father Radcliffe said that homosexuality should not bar men from the priesthood, and rather, those who oppose it should be banned.
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As a contributor to the 2013 Anglican Pilling Report on human sexual ethics Father Radcliffe said of homosexuality:
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How does all of this bear on the question of gay sexuality? We cannot begin with the question of whether it is permitted or forbidden! We must ask what it means, and how far it is Eucharistic. Certainly it can be generous, vulnerable, tender, mutual and non-violent. So in many ways, I would think that it can be expressive of Christ’s self-gift. We can also see how it can be expressive of mutual fidelity, a covenantal relationship in which two people bind themselves to each other for ever.
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Father Radcliffe often celebrated Mass for the U.K. dissident group Soho Masses Pastoral Council (now renamed the LGBT Catholics Westminster Pastoral Council).
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The priest is also a supporter of the proposal of to allow communion for divorced and remarried Catholics. source
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http://www.nowtheendbegins.com/blog/?p=33201

Trace the Good Shepherd Convent on the corner of Mills Street and Beaconsfield Parade in South Melbourne (contradiction in terms) Reform school run by the stinking, brutal nuns. I hope every child that was held in that institution is recognised for the brutality they suffered at the hands of the nuns.

First Email to the Vatican (suggesting it would be wise for Pell to give evidence in person) got bounced. Second is on the way (to a different address). Who knows???

Pell set up a hotel in Rome for visiting "persons" to enjoy themselves (or others) with millions from Australian Catholics.

Latest garbage from the "Lock the Gate" Idiots with common sense response from the Resource Council. Oh how the Horse must hate it when his Leftoid brethren up here in Qld are turning out to be more pragmatic when it comes to Jobs and economic growth................................................................................................. Qld government’s mining stance spurs protests

Friday, 22 May 2015
Lou Caruana
HUNDREDS of Lock the Gate protesters rallied outside State Parliament in Brisbane yesterday against what it termed “invasive mining” being allowed by the newly elected Queensland government.


Lock the Gate president, Drew Hutton said the group was concerned that the new state government was “dragging its heels” on important mining reforms that would help protect Queenslanders.


“The ALP, before the election, said it would investigate the Acland mine expansion approval, bring back our rights to object to mining, launch an inquiry into political donations and protect our pristine river systems,” Hutton said.

“But we are yet to see any action on these commitments, and the community is increasingly alarmed that the ALP is falling short on its promises. It is crucial that it acts now and deliver urgent change.”

Shay Dougall from Hopeland, in the Western Downs handed her community’s Gasfields Free Declaration to Queensland Senators Larissa Waters and Glenn Lazarus.

“In our area 85% of people want to be gasfields free but the politicians just ignore that,” she said.

“Families are being torn apart by the impacts of invasive gasfields. People are walking away from their homes due to noise and health impacts, while the government does nothing to help.

“These companies throw communities a few dollars then expect us to just accept the fact that they are risking our water resources, encroaching on our farm land, and reducing our property values.”

The resources sector was ready to partner with the state government to help turn around Queensland’s fortunes, following the release yesterday of sobering economic data by Queensland Treasurer Curtis Pitt, the Queensland Resources Council said.

The data from Queensland Treasury revealed the state's economy retracted by 0.2% and 0.6% over the September and December quarters of 2014.

“It underlines the difficult times for regional Queenslanders as resources investment has been winding down and the agriculture sector battles drought conditions,” QRC acting CEO Greg Lane said.

“The resources sector is moving from an unprecedented construction cycle and moving into the production and export phase.”

Lane said that as 2015 unfolds, the state accounts will reflect the positive impact of exports from all three LNG projects.

“Even in the face of low commodity prices several Queensland resources sector companies stand ready to invest in new projects, new infrastructure and create new highly skilled jobs.

“These projects are well positioned to take advantage of significantly lower construction costs and are able to confidently target the bottom quartile of costs, building on the success of many existing operations in restoring their cost competitiveness.

“The critical ingredient for investment is business confidence and to date, the new Queensland government has shown promising signs of understanding how fragile business confidence can be.

“However, the significant fall in non-dwelling construction in the second half of 2014 is reflective of the urgent need for the next wave of projects to break ground.

“New resources sector projects - big and small - are about to come onto the boil in places such as the Galilee Basin, the Darling Downs, the Bowen Basin and Cape York.

“Several of these projects should have been in construction by now, but have been hamstrung by red tape, reviews and vexatious litigation from the anti-resources brigade.”

The QRC said it urges the Queensland government to move decisively on removing any remaining state-imposed impediments to these projects and not be distracted by the well-funded campaigns of the activists.

HANG THESE PAEDOPHILES.....and their henchmen from the highest tree in CANBERRA.......and save the prison costs....l mean Ridsdale....is a vile evil maggot..who even raped his own nephew......

I don't think there were a lot of pedo nuns Wasp, I think they put all the energy into just being mean nasty and hateful people. And probably doing the preists

Hey Rinaldo, maybe you should start up your own blog and website and stop filling this one up with 'cut and paste' crap.

That Pell was unaware of the many many acts of paedophiliia carried out in his church by his clergy is not at all believable and any comment by him denying such knowledge is complete and utter bullshit and he and the Catholic Church know it. He should step down immediately and return from where he is hiding in Rome and front the Royal Commission into Child Abuse and stop hiding behind lawyers and be honest, just for a change.

Georgie Pell and his cronies will have a high old time over there...mankinis anyone....?

well apparently the Vatican owns apartments for visiting Bishops to reside in and on the bottom floor is a gay bar and sauna rooms etc as reported in the international press..

I haven't had any Catholic experience but it makes me squirm when I see all those prelates parading down the aisle with each other all arrayed in gorgeous costume with lace and gowns and ermine and funny hats. The Church is as gay as it comes! Its a wonderful ghastly theatre of the absurd, all in the name of a myth that never appears and actually doesn't exist.

All religions are equal according to the UN and Tony believes and obeys, but events show that some religions are more equal than others.
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"......stressing the need to effectively combat defamation of all religions and incitement to religious hatred in general and against Islam and Muslims in particular"
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UNITED NATIONS
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General Assembly Distr.
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A/HRC/10/L.11
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12 May 2009
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Original: ENGLISH
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HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL Tenth session
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Agenda item 1
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ORGANIZATIONAL AND PROCEDURAL MATTERS Draft report of the Human Rights Council on its tenth session*
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Vice-President and Rapporteur: Mr. Elchin Amirbayov (Azerbaijan)
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10/22. Combating defamation of religions ................................................... 78
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Noting with deep concern the instances of intolerance, discrimination and acts of violence against followers of certain faiths occurring in many parts of the world, in addition to the negative projection of certain religions in the media and the introduction and enforcement of laws and administrative measures that specifically discriminate against and target persons with certain ethnic and religious backgrounds, particularly Muslim minorities following the events of 11 September 2001, and that threaten to impede their full enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms,
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Stressing that defamation of religions is a serious affront to human dignity leading to a restriction on the freedom of religion of their adherents and incitement to religious hatred and violence,
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Noting with concern that defamation of religions and incitement to religious hatred in general could lead to social disharmony and violations of human rights, and alarmed at the inaction of some States to combat this burgeoning trend and the resulting discriminatory practices against adherents of certain religions and, in this context, stressing the need to effectively combat defamation of all religions and incitement to religious hatred in general and against Islam and Muslims in particular,
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A/HRC/10/L.11 page 80
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Convinced that respect for cultural, ethnic, religious and linguistic diversity, as well as dialogue among and within civilizations, are essential for global peace and understanding, while manifestations of cultural and ethnic prejudice, religious intolerance and xenophobia generate hatred and violence among peoples and nations,
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Underlining the important role of education in the promotion of tolerance, which involves acceptance by the public of and its respect for diversity.
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10/25. Discrimination based on religion or belief and its impact
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44th meeting
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[Adopted by a recorded vote of 34 to 0, with 13 abstentions. See chapter III. The voting was as follows:
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In favour: Angola, Argentina, Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, Cuba, France, Gabon, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mexico, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Switzerland, Ukraine,
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Uruguay, Zambia;
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Abstaining: Bahrain, Bangladesh, China, Djibouti, Egypt, Ghana, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal.]
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10/25. Discrimination based on religion or belief and its impact on the enjoyment of economic, social and cultural rights
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The Human Rights Council,
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Recalling General Assembly resolution 36/55 of 25 November 1981, in which the Assembly proclaimed the Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief,
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Recalling also article 18 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, article 2 (2) of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and other relevant human rights provisions,
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Recalling further its resolution 6/37 of 14 December 2007 and the resolutions on the elimination of all forms of intolerance and of discrimination based on religion or belief adopted by the General Assembly and by the Commission on Human Rights,
A/HRC/10/L.11 page 93
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Noting with interest the recent adoption of the Optional Protocol to the International
Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights by the General Assembly,
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Reaffirming that all human rights are universal, indivisible, interdependent and interrelated,
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Firmly believing that further intensified and strong efforts are required to promote and protect the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion or belief and to eliminate all forms of hatred, intolerance and discrimination based on religion or belief, as also noted at the World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance,
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Noting that a formal or legal distinction at the national level between different kinds of faith-based communities may constitute discrimination and may impinge on the enjoyment of the freedom of religion or belief,
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Recognizing that persons belonging to religious minorities are often particularly vulnerable to discrimination based on religion or belief with regard to the enjoyment of all their human rights and fundamental freedoms, including their economic, social and cultural rights,
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Seriously concerned at all attacks on religious places, sites and shrines, including any deliberate destruction on relics and monuments, particularly when in violation of international law, in particular human rights and humanitarian law,
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Recognizing the importance of enhanced inter-religious and intra-religious dialogue in promoting tolerance in matters relating to religion or belief, and welcoming different initiatives in this regard, including the Alliance of Civilizations and the programmes led by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization,
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Emphasizing that States, regional organizations, non-governmental organizations, religious bodies and the media have an important role to play in promoting tolerance, respect for religious and cultural diversity and in the universal promotion and protection of human rights, including freedom of religion or belief.

Congressman Caught Working With Terrorists!
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Posted on May 18, 2015 by Nate B in Featured, freedomfighters2127
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VIDEO
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=SDJFWZMQ2OY
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The United States is the equivalent of a four-letter word in the Middle East. Many people in that region of the world detest and loathe our very existence. Why? It’s because our government, on behalf of the bankers and the oil companies, have plundered their resources, manipulated their governments, killed millions of Muslims without justification as the U.S. has invaded the region three times in recent history. The CIA may be responsible for funding most terrorism in the Middle East, but there is no shortage of willing participants to join such organizations as al-Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas and now the latest threat, ISIS.
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In short, the people in the Middle East hate America’s guts. Yet, the Obama administration is placing hundreds of communities at risk by transplanting the victims of United States tyranny right into American backyards without a thought or care to the welfare of the citizens of this country. This article addresses the insanity and/or the treasonous nature of this issue.
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Obama’s Policy of Suicide by Immigration
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Presently, there is a tsunami of unscreened Muslims into 190 American communities from war-torn areas filled with the victims of American imperialism who believe that the only good American is a dead American. The most striking aspect of this silent invasion is that the Federal government has admitted under oath that they have no idea who these people are and what their intentions consist of.
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http://sonsoflibertymedia.com/2015/05/un-has-invaded-190-american-cities-with-covert-and-unscreened-islamic-jihadists/

Alfie - you are polluting the site. The little cross at top right is for deleting posts - you have some homework.

mg -I think we have had extensive religious discussions previously and I generally understand the thrust of your beliefs and generally agree with your comments about Good and Love etc. Where we may differ slightly is that even though these elements can be attained and encouraged by religion, most specifically Christianity, I still don't consider religion to be an essential element. I believe that these attributes can be present without believing in the supernatural and the mystical. My journey has been similar to yours, religious schooling and secondary boarding schooling with intense religious practice. I guess we head in the same direction, just in a slightly different make of vehicle. The focus on Islam has opened my eyes to what a deficient 'religion' it is and has refreshed my view of Christianity.
It is true that Christianity has been used by evil people for their own ends throughout history which needs to be recognised as a failing of the deficient individuals rather than a failing of the well intentioned 'religion'.
Whether you view Christianity literally or as a useful myth it certainly beats the hell out of the obvious failings of Islam.

the rapes of little children in Australia by men of the cloth...in ALL religions really means the mosques and churches,synagogues etc...are only a cloister for these faggots to hide in.....and freeload of US....the end result is adults with ptsd,personality disorders,psychopathic tendencies and illness of physical kimd....so we are paying to prop all this up.......HANG these paedophiles and their protectors....and the money saved on the prison bill...will be given to the victims..