The Real Role of the Media in the Catholic Child Rape Tsunami
The Real Role of the Media in the Catholic Child Rape Tsunami
The paedophile protecting Pope and his seriously creepy Vatican spokespersons try to paint the role of the media in the reporting of the Catholic Church child rape tsunami as a conspiracy.
They can’t quite make up their minds who exactly is behind their fallacious nonsense of a persecution. The culprit, according to those who try to usurp the role of victim in order to take the focus off their own guilt, changes with the wind. Or with their prejudices.
The PR finger of blame has been pointed at jews, homosexuals, atheists, the media themselves, liberals, intellectuals, those who disapprove of priestly celibacy (not that many of them are actually celibate), and just about anyone who doesn’t mindlessly repeat the Catholic Church’s outrageous lies.
The Pope and his cabal have the gall to expect the media not to investigate widespread and systemic crimes committed by those who claim to be above reproach. Above questions. Above the law. And certainly above taking responsibility for their own actions.
They consider breaking the previously inviolable code of silence about the sordid underbelly of the Catholic Church to be a crime, one far more serious than child rape.
And they expect the public to accept this special treatment, just because they are wealthy, powerful and give themselves impressive sounding titles.
The Church has shrieked long enough and loud enough about the bias of the media in refusing to print only their version of events, preferably without fact checking, without alteration, and especially without comments from anyone other than Church spokespersons or apologists.
But there is another side to this “conspiracy”.
Imagine being subjected to years of terrifying abuse by someone who pretends to be a living embodiment of goodness. An all-powerful adult who can do no wrong. Who everyone you know respects and admires. Who you are not permitted to criticise.
Imagine being forced to endure devastatingly traumatic experiences that you are not allowed to accept as real. If you tell anyone the horrible truth, you will be treated as a liar. Yelled at, insulted, physically punished, or forced to submit to more sexual abuse. In some cases threatened with death, or with the death or disgrace of your entire family.
Imagine that you or someone else manages to reveal there is a wolf in sheep’s clothing terrorising defenceless children.
And nobody does anything about it.
Everyone acts as if it’s all okay. That you have no reason to complain, or to want it to stop. Or that it never happened.
And they treat you as if you are the one who did something wrong. And are just making it worse by wanting to talk about it, heal from it, or stop others from having to go through it.
And they act as if the monster who taught you first hand about real evil is holy, worthy of respect, perfect even. And has done nothing wrong.
Then imagine that the media want to hear your story and that of other victims. They listen to you, take you seriously and don’t accuse you of lying.
They check the facts and find other victims, or corroborating evidence. Evidence that makes you feel for the first time in your life that you were sane all along and it was the environment you were raised in that was insane.
And people and events make sense for the first time in your life.
And you discover that in the real world good people do exist and evil people are prevented from harming children.
And you are allowed to tell the truth of your own experience. Because you lived it.
That is the role of the media in the Catholic Child Rape Tsunami.
To give a voice to the voiceless and hope to the powerless.
To hold the powerful accountable for the secret evil that flourishes in the absence of transparency, responsibility and accountability.
And to initiate change so that it can never happen again.
The media are not perfect. They probably have their own agenda, and one eye on circulation or ratings.
But unlike callous Catholics they do not treat the victims of hideous crimes as a threat which must be eliminated. They hear our stories and are touched by our suffering, not angry at us for speaking out.
And they are the victims’ only hope of stopping the abusive Catholic Church from continuing to sacrifice innocent children to “the good of the universal church”.
Because the Catholic Church are still covering up, still re-abusing victims, still protecting their criminal mates, still exposing children to dangerous predators. Still putting children last while claiming to be doing everything to protect them.
Everyone who believes in truth, who believes children should be protected not sacrificed, should join me in saying to the world media reporting this important issue, “Thank you and keep up the good work”.
Posted on November 16, 2014, in Bill Donohue, Catholic League, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, Child Sex Abuse, Christianity, Christians, Clergy Abuse, Clergy Sex Abuse, Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith, Holy See, Pedophile, Pedophile Priests, Pope Benedict XVI, Pope Francis, Pope John Paul II, Pope Paul VI, Priest Child Sex Abuse, Religion, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Catholic Church Sex Abuse, Uncategorized, Vatican and tagged Bill Donohue, Bill Donohue. William A Donohue. William Donohue. Catholic League, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, child abuse, child molestation, child molesters, child rape, child rapists, child sex abuse, clergy abuse, coverup in roman catholic church, Coverup of sex abuse by Roman Catholic Church, crimes against children, pedophile, pedophile priests, pedophille, priest abuse, priest pedophilles, priest rape, priest sex abuse, religion, Roman Catholic Church Child Rape Scandal, Roman Catholic Church Pedophile Cover up Scandal, Roman Catholic Church Pedophiles, Roman Catholic Church Sex Abuse Coverups, roman catholic church sex scandal, roman catholic clergy, roman catholics, St Thomas More Durham NH, St Thomas More Parish, St Thomas More Parish Durham NH, William A Donohue, William Donohue. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.