Invisible to the indoctrinated
A round of thoughts from May 15, 2017
The issue of psychological entrapment together with violations of the UNs rights of the child, mental slavery and the denial of the right to self determination are all valid avenues and should be open for discussion in the community but its not. Australia has been shown to have run it's own style of cover up with big help from every police service in the country, governments and politicians at every level. The so-called justice that was dangled in front of us to get our stories has been discounted at every opportunity. Justice has been delayed for us and denied for those entrapped by religious sorcery. The so-called democracy we live in has been shown to be incapable of managing or controlling the rape of children when the rapist is a highly regarded person in the community. History will in a fairly short time show how abeyance to superstition and lies gives child abusers a whole arsenal of weapons to use in the deception of children and society.
Trauma in combination with mythology and constant life threat have been the lifeblood of Catholicism as we get to live in the cesspool of their failure while we are told platitudes of allow the law to do its job when obviously the law contributed to the problem. There appears to be little focus on that which might even be more pressing as a societal issue and might be able to bring a better standard of protection and access to justice on into the future as the past system where a religion had a need for protection from the law it simply used the law to protect itself which makes a mockery of any statement made with regard to democracy. All in all it is quite a bizarre circumstance and only small fragments of have been touched on in the public arena so the prospects of changes soon in the community are not looking great.
And pooof like that we magically get to be funding the Church so it can the most current of their human rights failures yet again.
How many lessons does it take to teach the Catholic Church the basics of human rights, human morals, ethics, sexuality, psychological entrapment, mental slavery, trauma bonding, biblical threat are all toxic ways to engage children with. The Christian religion has had an historic benchmark set that highlights the peak of the global rape of children by clergy and subsequently the associated belief in gods that we see has traditionally been used to obtain sexual access for clergy within their own community whilst teaching another lie to the community. It is reality to say that the Australian community was aware and was incapable of obtaining the right response from authorities as there were people who tried and tried and tried again. The contribution to the many suicides can be seen to have come from the obstructions and blockages put in place by police, politicians and members of community taking advantage of their role in the community. t was in the community where children were abandoned to the lust of the clergy who were deemed to be best examples.
Australia appears to have its collective mouths open yet the silence and the blank stare of ignorance still abounds in the community as the exploitative style of life has been inflicted into every aspect of everyday life.
Our government (who will momentarily weep at appropriate moments) will not acknowledge its role in funding the abuse of so many children via its mismanagement over decades of child care and welfare. Governments blinded by their manipulated views of their religion is not an appropriate way to provide services for the people. This form of management only services to benefit the people of various religions and it must stop so that we each have a fair chance at life without suffering because you don't believe in some specific piece of mythology is quite an insane perspective. It has become a folly that Australia will suffer for some time to come until reason beats mythology.
When tens of thousands of Australians get to live in this fraud and they are and will remain invisible to the indoctrinated you are not living in any form of democracy or any form of concern for our human rights; instead we have a government that contributed the most to the problem and continues on that path today offering up $33m. Aside from that there are a few instances at state level and nothing else on the moral and ethical human rights fronts here in Australia that we have had to become accustomed to over the past decades.
In these areas Australia needs a re-boot that would include rights for every Australian where no religion receives favor and no religion gets to provide health, mental health, education, enterprise under the auspices of religion as those are the tasks that we have entrusted to our governments. It has been their failure that has brought about this circumstance. Perhaps a GoFundMe international class action against governments and each religion for the comprehensive failure to afford us our human rights here in Australia in line with the Universal Declaration signed by Australia in 1948.
Recently published :
Life after the Lim Report #TraumaTheory Chapter 211 Atheism is not a cure-all or effective remedy for Narcisistic and controllng behavioural characteristics
Life after the Lim Report #TraumaTheory Chapter 220 The "Why" Question Answered
Life after the Lim Report #TraumaTheory Chapter 219 The Nuremburg Zone and the protected religious rape culture
Life after the Lim Report #TraumaTheory Chapter 218 A globaly protected rape culture
Life after the Lim Report #TraumaTheory Chapter 217 What Causes Extreme religious Violence?
Life after the Lim Report #TraumaTheory Chapter 216 The Final Act of Betrayal against Trauma Victims is Played out in our Justice and Legal Systems
John Brown was born in Yea Victoria 3717 on 27 December, 1948. John grew up in Yea, he went to the Catholic school on The Parade Yea and then a final year at Yea High school in Station Street. He undertook an apprenticeship as a Hand and Machine Compositor/Linotype Mechanic at the local newspaper The Yea Chronicle who recently declined to publish John's story. John left Yea after realising that the proprietor and local policeman Bill Ellison along with other local Catholics in his hometown and surrounds at that time were well aware of his abuse and of the rape and abuse of other children in Yea and district and were aware of the many events surrounding the murder of Herbert Henry Kemp of Yea ...... read more and more and more and Site Map
Investigation of an unsolved murder in 1962 can no longer be investigated according to police taskforce SANO because a different pedophile Catholic clergyman who raped a child at age 8 is now dead. As a result of the dead rapist being unconnected with the murder Victorian police remain clue less.
Later in life John married in Toowoomba only to begin the most bizarre period in his life as he learned that he wasnow related by marriage to the then bishop of Toowoomba Bill Morris. Morris was the head of the bishops conference at that time and was the "Go to" person in the country for survivors of childhood sexual abuse by Catholic clergy and yet I was never able to get a time or a conversation with the bishop. I did get conversations or connection with a number of Catholic organisations with varying degrees of weirdness some of which I have written about in my blog The FAQyMe gene & the lifelong search for safe, moral and ethical social justice, the Human Right to a trauma informed and evidence based recovery and social re-engagement unhindered by the fear, anger, blockages or projections from other people's gods .
John is author and publisher of #TraumaTheory and regularly blogs at The FAQyMe gene on his journey, recovery and the horror and the scale of this global issue.
John's personal story is just another from the hundreds of millions of other stories across the globe eminating from the human rights abuses and ongoing horrors of the systemic rape, abuses of trust, fraud, deception and cover up in the global Catholic and other religions. Like those others his "issues in life" arose and remain simply because his abusers as a child were just like theirs in that their rapists and abusers were Catholic or Catholic or Christian clergy and they too remain ineligible or unable to have their human rights upheld in their lifetime..