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originally posted by: stirling
Theres always gotta be some religious nut apologist doesn't there?
I’m Irene Favel. I’m seventy five. I went to residential school in Muscowequan from 1944 to 1949, and I had a rough life. I was mistreated in every way. There was a young girl, and she was pregnant from a priest there. And what they did, she had her baby, and they took the baby, and wrapped it up in a nice pink outfit, and they took it downstairs where I was cooking dinner with the nun.
And they took the baby into the furnace room, and they threw that little baby in there and burned it alive. All you could hear was this little cry, like “Uuh!”, and that was it. You could smell that flesh cooking. CBC Town Hall Forum, Regina, July 3, 2008
Hidden No Longer: Genocide in Canada, Past and Present (PDF)
...most of our institutions are infiltrated and run by racists, satanists, perverts and criminals, often masquerading as devout and God-fearing Christians.
Did the Illuminati Exterminate Canadian Indian Children?
“The media black-out of the sexual abuse of women by clerics in both ritual and non-ritual cases is a great disgrace. The plight of male children who suffer under abusive priests is, of course, horrifying and should receive wide media coverage. However, the sexual abuse of nuns and women by clerics is a far larger problem.” – William H. Kennedy (“Lucifer’s Lodge: Satanic Ritual Abuse in the Catholic Church”; 2004; Page 180)
For Further Research on this topic: Please do a “google-style” search on the Internet for the book, “Lucifer’s Lodge: Satanic Ritual Abuse in the Catholic Church”, and for the name “Sister Charlotte”. Sexual Abuse in the Roman Catholic Church
After all the nuns had been broken to the will of the priests, they would become very angry if we resisted anything they wanted to do. Often we were slapped in the mouth by an irritated drunken priest. I had my own front teeth knocked loose from being punched in the face. Often we were thrown on the floor and kicked in the stomach. Being pregnant was no protection, for the priest knew that baby was going to be murdered anyway when it was born. Many babies are born in the convents because of the evil corruption of this foul system, cloaked in religious garments. I saw scores of babies born in the convents. With my eyes I have seen the horror of it all and the world must be told of what goes on in those chambers of horrors. After being snared in this rotten system for twenty-two years, I know whereof I speak.
Normal young expectant mothers eagerly anticipate the arrival of their precious baby. Everything is ready, nursery, crib, clothing, and everyone is happy with her. By contrast, a little nun in the convent dreads the moment when she gives birth. The child is the product of a shameful, illicit union with a drunken priest which was forced on her. She knows from bitter experience that the baby will only be permitted to live four or five hours at the very most. It will never be cleaned or wrapped in a warm blanket for Mother Superior will put her hand over its mouth and pinch its nostrils to snuff out its life.
This is why there are lime pits in all the convents. Babies' bodies are tossed in these holes to be destroyed. Pray for the government to force the convents to open their doors to release the prisoners and let the whole world see what horrors are hidden behind those doors of cruel religious hypocrisy. A Nun's Testimony
In the ninth century, many monasteries were the haunts of homosexuals; many convents were brothels in which babies were killed and buried… Promiscuity was rife in monasteries and convents. “According to the 1996 survey of nuns in the United States (which was intentionally never published by the [Ed.: Roman Catholic] Church but was leaked by some Vatican insider), it is reported that a minimum of 34,000 Catholic nuns (about 40% of all American nuns) claim to have been sexually abused. Three of every four of these nuns claimed they were sexually victimized by a priest, nun, or other religious person. The media black-out of the sexual abuse of women by clerics in both ritual and non-ritual cases is a great disgrace. Sexual Abuse in the Roman Catholic Church
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The thing is though, people were outraged when they found out about them, and they were shut down and no longer exist thank god, and people are equally outraged at Islamic ways and want to see them also stopped.
originally posted by: PurpleDog UK
originally posted by: Aleister
Was this yet another habit of the Catholic Church in Ireland???
I find it amazing that in our 'modern times' TPTB get their knickers in a twist over fanatical Islamic Terrorists when in actual fact there were obviously ''Fanatical'' members of the Church in Ireland who were even more Biggotted in their views…….
IMHO….Religion…… a man made belief system which causes more harm than good….
There is a good film about Irish workhouses called The Magdalene Sisters.
originally posted by: MichiganSwampBuck
It would be interesting to read diaries of the nuns and orphans to get more perspective.
However, (in the states at least) there is no statute of limitations on murder, regardless of the degree, so these deaths should be investigated to the point of prosecuting someone, even if those responsible are proven guilty after their own deaths. Even if no restitution is possible at least bring the facts to light and do some justice to the unknown children buried there.
ETA: After posting I thought that the least that the children's home could do is try to provide a list of children buried there and give them a proper burial. A septic tank is hardly a respectful tomb or crypt, put them in a marked grave, all 800 of them.
DUBLIN (AP) — In stories published June 3 and June 8 about young children buried in unmarked graves after dying at a former Irish orphanage for the children of unwed mothers, The Associated Press incorrectly reported that the children had not received Roman Catholic baptisms; documents show that many children at the orphanage were baptized. The AP also incorrectly reported that Catholic teaching at the time was to deny baptism and Christian burial to the children of unwed mothers; although that may have occurred in practice at times it was not church teaching. In addition, in the June 3 story, the AP quoted a researcher who said she believed that most of the remains of children who died there were interred in a disused septic tank; the researcher has since clarified that without excavation and forensic analysis it is impossible to know how many sets of remains the tank contains, if any. The June 3 story also contained an incorrect reference to the year that the orphanage opened; it was 1925, not 1926.