Does What we Think Matter? - Can Guaranteed Secular Services help reduce suicide among clergy child rape victims?
Once you have read your first two or three thousand research and/or press articles on trauma, PTSD and recovery knowing that our well-being as a survivor is based on how we think and how we think can be aided or denied via a wide variety of means is something that fits with much of the evidence; as well it clicks on occassions with your lived experience and healthy recovery.
The world is trying to understand some of those means and is learning from the evidence of inquiry after inquiry across the globe exposing the rape of hundreds of thousands of children by clercalism and religion. That humanity is preparing to belatedly launch itself into this current millenium with a whole new understanding of our environment and the world we live in. Millions. No not just millions but billions of human beings are are hopeing that organised religion will take a back seat so that our world can put into best practice the wealth of knowledge we are currently gaining from our new vantgage point of being the most data aware and data intensive class of humans ever to grace the surface of our planet.
There are all sorts and one recently asked when were we going to begin to read some in-depth from Australian reporters with regard to the failure of the mainstream religions in our culture to be able to protect the sexual safety of our children on into the future. It seems that while their future is haggled over sin by sin by the clerics and trauma by trauma by those abused and horror by horro by those who had the misfoprtune to have been born into Catholic and other Judeo Christian religions.
The obvious lessons are there for the entire country to ingest. The reality is that for more than 100 years Christian religions have been given preferential treatment across all aspects of the Australian community; that same reality shows us that clericalism, sexual and other abuses ran unchecked for decade after decade while the interests of the Church and its clerics came before the rights of safety for our children.
Is it truly plausible that people can be compromised and kept in a perpetual state of fear from early childhood and on through all of adulthood today as a result of childhood indoctrination? Surely their Human Rights will have been breached if that is the case.
John Brown the author and publisher was born in Yea Victoria 3717 on 27 December, 1948. John grew up in Yea, he went to the Catholic school and then a final year at Yea High. He undertook an apprenticeship as a Hand and Machine Compositor/Linotype Mechanic at the local newspaper The Yea Chronicle. He left Yea ...... read more
Human rights for Catholic children exist only if they remain bonded through the abusive practices of a culture with the longest history of war, rape, genocide and child abuse humanity has ever encountered.
Human rights do not exist in the Catholic religion unless the perceived rights of gods, demons, angels, devils, poltergeists and a myriad of other mythical creatures and superstitions are met to the satisfaction of those traumatically bonded to Catholicism through their own abusive childhood experience