Friday, May 22, 2009
Catholic Archbishop claims he didn’t know abusing children was a crime!!!
The inference there are actually adults in this world, who consider it is not a criminal act to abuse children, sends a chill-down the spine, of this father of three.
Then to hear that these same individuals, think children who suffer sexual abuse, will grow-out of it, compounds my exacerbation, and turns it into rage.
I have nothing but contempt for these warped scum, & if I had my way, they would all be castrated – the old fashioned way!
Just when you think, the Catholic Church could not delve any lower than the shocking admissions of wide-spread abuse in Ireland – along comes another equally damning account, which allows the public to enter the twisted, murky world inside the Catholic priesthood.
In his soon-to-be released autobiography, retired Milwaukee Archbishop Rembert G. Weakland, is about to reveal the shocking naivety, and endemic unbridled depravity that exists within the Catholic Church in the U.S.
These are some of the experts from his book:
“We all considered sexual abuse of minors as a moral evil, but had no understanding of its criminal nature"
"accepted naively the common view that it was not necessary to worry about the effects on the youngsters: either they would not remember or they would 'grow out of it.”.
So there we have it, in writing, from no lesser member of the Catholic clergy, The Archbishop of Milwaukee – in their eyes child abuse is not a crime!
That’s his pathetic ‘warped’ excuse, for them not reporting it!
The utter depravity and arrogance from The Catholic Church, defies the normal civil boundaries that binds society.
If I hear one more Papal apologist say “it’s only one or two bad apples” I’m going to scream!
To get a better idea of the psychological profile and the way Catholic clergy are programmed to ‘think’ , take a look at Weaklings police deposition video (below) This is one-sick puppy.
Footnote: Weakland, had to prematurely retire in 2002, after it became known that he paid $450,000 in 1998 to a man who had accused him of date rape, years earlier. In other-words he had all the attributes necessary to go-to-the-top of a group like The Catholic Church, including a total lack of empathy to anyone outside its cloistered ranks. Particularly children.