Baby and Child Traffickers
The St. Patrick’s Guild, run by the Sisters of Charity, was an Irish Catholic Church front company, a shield for criminality. It’s main product was the illegal selling of vulnerable babies and children for cash, known as human chattel enslavement. Irish Babies would be sold off at a “right price”, said the good Sisters of Charity who indulged in human trafficking, as they stole and sold off thousands of babies and children, through their Guild at Temple Hill Hospital, Dublin. This institution functioned as a halfway house, a warehouse if you wish, for the illegal Irish baby trade and money laundering racket of the Cult known as Irish Catholic Church. This Domestic Slave Trade of babies run by the Irish Catholic Church, had a cost of immense human suffering not only for the thousands of mothers whose babies were stolen and sold illegally, but for future generations.
Many of the babies and children sold overseas returned to Ireland as adults to search for any helpful information on the whereabouts of their birth mothers. Naively, they had misplaced faith in the spinmeisters, the holy Nuns, not knowing that the good Nuns were pathological liars, often telling them that their mothers had died at their birth and that this was God’s will. “We holy Nuns did our best by placing you with a good Irish Catholic American family,” they would say. Of course, the holy Nuns didn’t say that the child was illegally sold for cash nor that they had either destroyed or altered the birth records of the children. The returnees never stood a chance against the insincere Nuns, who could now hide behind the Data Protection Act. Or they used other arguments: “It was another time - another era!! We did our best! All the older Nuns have either retired moved away or died!”
Some of the returning adults were soon to discover the real horrors of the lives of their birth mothers, who ended up working for life as slaves in the many religious-run Institutions operated by the Cult in Ireland. A few of their mothers were brutally murdered, many died from overwork or were underfed, beaten, tortured or just died from grief and a sense of hopelessness. Many of the slave mothers were never to know that their babies didn’t die at birth as the habitually lying Nuns told them, but had in fact been sold off like cattle to the highest American bidder.
Then the returning adults were to also to discover even more horrors when they learned how and where their dead mothers were dumped and disposed off into mass and unmarked gravel-pits on Convent lands.The domestic slave trade of Ireland brought misery, separating families and a lifetime of pain for Survivors. In reality, Irish babies were weighed and sold by the Irish pound. Babies and children endured the misery of being sent to America, far from their country of origin and their mothers. The illegal selling of babies and children was hugely significant, both in the suffering that it inflicted on the individual child and baby, but more importantly on their mothers.
The profits of illegally selling Irish babies were huge, for the unscrupulous religious men and women of the Cult. You see the Cult, the Irish Catholic Church, sent a stark message that would live with all Survivors, as long as they lived. The enduring result of the system of illegal adoptions was the awareness that the Cult did not think of the babies and children (or even their mothers) as people capable of real feelings.
The illegal selling of babies and children by the Sisters of Charity at Temple Hill Hospital was portrayed by them as a benign and paternal action of the institution as an integral part of the Cult which saw its main mission as helping to spread the Catholic faith. In reality the product, the baby or child, cost little or nothing, except the minimal cost of food to fatten up the baby or child. More pounds in weight meant more money when selling by the pound. In nearly all cases, the baby or child was stolen by the Nuns, then sold on for a fat profit to a far away country, out of sight and out of mind - the motto of the Cult.
The Cult portrayed themselves as righteous, humanitarian and holy. When I was eight years old I heard a Nun tell me, without the faintest trace of irony, that “Next to the care of you children, kindness to animals is the mark of a good Catholic heart”. I now see with clarity that the Sisters of Charity, with whom I spent the first nine years of my life were as inhumanly callous and as deeply corrupted morally as the entire Irish Catholic Church. They were happy to break up families and sell babies and children for cold hard cash and send these stolen little ones, abroad, often to an assuredly terrible fate.
There was another revenue stream for the Sisters of Charity at Temple Hill Hospital which concerned young children who they couldn’t sell. These they rented out to rural farmers to work as child slaves and, in many cases, sex slaves. Trafficking of babies and children is a form of human trafficking and is defined as the "recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring, and/or receipt" of a child for the purpose of slavery, forced labor and sexual exploitation.
The key factor in creating this domestic slave trade was an insatiable demand for Irish Babies in America and the Sisters of Charity at Temple Hill Hospital facilitated this demand. Make no mistake! This was a well-run criminal organisation in child trafficking with the only goal being the earning of millions of dollars for the corrupt Cult that ran Ireland.
St. Patrick's Guild was founded in 1910 by Miss Mary Josephine Cruice who originally wanted to provide a Catholic alternative to Protestant-run fostering services in Dublin. Later, however, the Guild linked up with the Sisters of Charity and became an illegal adoption society at the command of the Archbishop Dublin, John Charles McQuaid. St. Patrick's Guild did not run a Mother and Baby Home in Ireland, but was involved in the secret and illegal export of thousands of children to the US for adoption from the 1940's to the 1980's, which was more than any other adoption agency in Ireland.
Officially St. Patrick's Guild have said that they illegally sold 572 children from St. Patrick's Infant Hospital, Temple Hill, Dublin which closed in the 1980’s. But, as history has taught us, we can never accept the Sisters of Charity word. This low number t is reported only to suit them and their masters who ran the Cult known as the Catholic Church. Between 1940's to the 1980's thousands of babies and children are reported as being "exported" to America from Temple Hill Hospital having been sent there from other religious-run institutions to be illegally adopted. Mothers, or those about to give birth, did not live at Temple Hill Hospital and from the death register of women who did die there, it would appear that they were mainly domestics. Their children were registered in large numbers before they reached 6 months as having died from gastroenteritis or other conditions.
The mothers were told by the pathologically lying Sisters of Charity that their babies had died in Temple Hill Hospital. In fact the women’s babies were stolen, fattened and illegally sold as cattle would be into the thriving American Adoption Racket. It was only about money. Millions of dollars was at stake; adoptions whether legal or illegal were about money and nothing else.
In 1943-1985 the Sisters of Charity ran St Patrick's Infant Diatetic Hospital and Nursery College in Temple Hill Dublin. The same Sisters of Charity also ran a number of Mother and Baby Homes and Orphanages in the Irish State. The biggest Mother and Baby Home was St. Patrick’s on the Navan Road, Dublin. and the biggest Orphanage, was St. Philomena’s Home, Stillorgan, Dublin. I spent my first 9 years in these two institutions with the first 4 years in St. Patrick’s and the next 5 years in St. Philomena’s Home. These and their ilk in other locations in Ireland were the main source of stolen babies.
The current Irish Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Katherine Zappone, has revealed that at least 126 children were falsely registered by the Sisters of Charity at Temple Hill Hospital at birth between the years 1946 and 1969. You can be sure of one thing - that number is much higher. St. Patrick’s Mother and Baby Home and St. Philomena’s Home were, in effect the main factories where vulnerable babies and children were born, killed, stolen or transported to Temple Hill Hospital where they were then briefly warehoused. These little ones were only in transit, to be cleaned up, beautified, adorned and embellished with idiosyncratic beliefs. Superstitious religious gold plated crosses and silver tin medals were festooned around their scrawny necks. They were there to be fattened like farm animals, to be sold by the Irish pound weight.
On now into the thriving illegal and booming baby adoption slave trade in the United States of America. Delusional Catholic Americans, fed on the schizophrenia of movies like “The Quiet Man” or other persecutory Irish- American bullshit, were hungry for Irish baby boys and girls, red-heads, blonds, black-haired, brown-haired - it didn’t matter, just as long as they were white and Irish. Let’s be real here. The selling of stolen Irish babies and children was only ever about money and was a very lucrative business for the criminal, unaccountable Cult that ran the Orphanages, Mother and Baby Homes, and Industrial Schools, in Ireland. This corrupt Cult also ran Ireland politically and socially and still to this day has its sticky fingers in many a pie. Owen Felix O’Neill
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