The Myth at the Heart of Ireland.
Let’s be clear the Irish Catholic Clerics are not above the law, nor should they be, ever. We need to ensure that all Irish children are protected from pious people who will use the shield and the encouragement of their religion to hide their despicable behaviour and help expose their abuses to daylight. If the Irish Catholic Church won’t help, then the Irish Catholic Church should be dismantled, deconstructed immediately. In reality we need here in Ireland to wake up, no Religious Orders or Catholic Clerics anywhere in Ireland should have anything to do with children, period. In fact all Irish schools and hospitals and all State Institutions should be free from the Cancer at the Heart of Ireland.
Another fact sick people passing as Irish Catholic Church Clerics are and were drawn to positions of power within the Roman Catholic Church, as a result of their twisted Catholic Faith itself and its dogmatic celibacy requirement for Irish Catholic Church Clerics. Irish Catholic Church propaganda was an important tool to control the Irish people, but the Irish Catholic Church required the acquiescence, support, or participation of broad sectors of a willing Irish population. This Irish Catholic Church Propaganda was a forced doctrine on the whole of the Irish People, the propaganda worked on the superstitious Irish people, because of their bonds and fears thought by birth, through the Catholic Church stranglehold on the Irish School system.
The Irish Catholic Church established a Catholic Church ministry of dogma and propaganda headed by a senior Irish Archbishop. The Catholic Church propaganda ministry's aim was to ensure that the Irish Catholic Church message was successfully communicated through the arts, music, theatre, films, books, radio, educational materials, and the Irish press, all controlled by the Irish Catholic Church.There were several Irish audiences for this Irish Catholic Church propaganda. Irish people were reminded of the struggle against foreign enemies and Protestantism subversion.
During the early forming of the Irish Free State, the Irish Catholic Church propaganda campaigns created an atmosphere of intolerant and violence against Irish Protestants and Unwed Mothers and their Children. Irish Catholic Church propaganda also encouraged real and perceived discrimination against Irish Protestants and Unwed Mothers and their Children, and the other social behaviour, called deviants, according to the Irish Church, like Irish Writers, Trade Unions, Communists, and Socialists who the Irish Catholic Church deemed unfit and dangerous to the Irish Catholic Church, and its power base. To the Irish Catholic Church, it was stepping in and restoring Irish Catholic rule.
Throughout the 1930s, 40s 50s and 60s in Ireland, Ireland was held in bondage by the chains of religious superstition. Some Irish people say not everyone who is religious is superstitious, and not everyone who is superstitious is religious, a fair point, but there are some similarities. For one thing, both superstition and traditional religions are non-materialistic in nature. They do not conceive of the world as a place controlled by sequences of cause and effect between matter and energy, we should, nevertheless, acknowledge that the similarities are not superficial.There are different types of beliefs, because the very label “superstition” seems to include a negative judgment of irrationality, childishness, and primitiveness, it is understandable of religious believers wouldn’t want their faiths to be categorised with such words as, superstitions, but superstition it is, dressed up in gold, frankincense, and myrrh and ridiculous church rituals, always inviting derision or mockery, after all the absurd Catholic Bible is dressed up in latin lies. In reality the entire structure of the Holy Catholic Church and the Catholic Bible was built on sinking sand, the very same corrupt practices and doctrines can be traced back to the Latin Vulgate of Saint Jerome.
It was very easy to deceive and control the Irish People, after all, Irish Newspapers were greatly used by the Irish Catholic Church to spread their propaganda, Irish Newspapers were commonly purchased in an era that pre-dated television and along with the cinema and radio which were the primary mode of spreading information or misinformation, information that the Irish Catholic Church wanted to control. The Irish Catholic Church hierarchy almost immediately set out plans in the early 1920s that would give the Irish Catholic Church total power over all Irish newspapers, published and sold in Ireland. Irish Newspapers were used to peddle whatever the Irish Catholic Church wanted, sadly Irish Newspapers simply became a tool to voice the opinions of the Irish Catholic Church.
At its peak, the Irish Catholic Church supervised hundreds of newspapers and magazines in Ireland. The Irish Catholic Church hierarchy met the editors of the Irish newspapers almost daily and told them what could be printed and what could not, such was the power of the Irish Catholic Church. Rural Irish newspapers were in similar contact with local Bishops who spoke to their editors either by phone or by using telegrams. It is almost certain that every editor knew what was in store if he the editor broke away from the instructions set up by the Irish Catholic Church hierarchy. All Irish editors were expected to fully praise The Irish Catholic Church and senior Church Officials, Irish Editors lived in fear of the wrath of the Irish Catholic Church hierarchy.
There were fifty basic rules of do's and don'ts for the buyers of Children, both for the boys or girls, at the various Mother and Baby Homes and Orphanages in Ireland. These were the unwritten and unsaid rules of either buying or adopting a child at the different Mother and Baby Homes and Orphanages throughout Ireland.
These were the brutal facts in selecting a child to bring into your home. In many cases, it wasn’t about unconditional love it was about selecting the correct child to share, to work, and in many cases to sexually abuse. The criteria were the same as selecting, for a slave, a horse, or family dog. After all when the child was sold, with altered new official papers, like birth certificate and baptismal certificate, The child took a new family name and birthday from the family that bought the child. The money paid for the child went to the Nuns and the new family than paid the church very year there afterwards.
The rules or unwritten rules of buying an orphan child for adoption or personal use were; -
1. Why does this boy look tense?
2. Does this boy have any heath problems that are making him or you uncomfortable?
3. Does this boy bite or kick?
4. How is this boy going to behave himself around my children or family?
5. Has this boy ever been injured and if so what is his treatment plan?
6. Has this injury resulted in any chronic health problems?
7. Observe the boy’s movement and attitude when questioned
8. Watch the boy for attentiveness – is he relaxed or tense?
9. In general does the boy enjoy working?
10. Does he willingly leave the home?
11. Will the boy fit in.
12. Does this bed wet the bed?
13. Has this boy been house-trained and toilet trained.
14. Do you use a cane or whip on this boy?
15. How often does this boy get worked and for what general duration?
16. In what discipline(s) does this boy work?
17. How quickly do you feel this boy’s recovers after vigorous work?
18. Have you noticed any breathing difficulties?
19. Has this boy been working before?
20. Does the boy exhibit any weaknesses when working on difficult jobs? Does he listen and follow simple instructions.
21. Speak to the boy as you examine the boy’s head for lice
22. Check his eyes slowly pass a hand by each eye and look for blinking response, does the boy wear spectacles and are they included.
23. Examine the boy’s mouth and teeth for sores or braces, or problem teeth. Ask for dental records.
24. Sniff the boy’s breath for foul odours that could be an indication of infection or illness.
25. Look at the boy’s tongue for signs of past damage and colouration.
26. Check underside of boy’s jaws looking to see that his glands on each side are not swollen or sensitive and check for strong and regular pulse.
27. Does this boy have any blindness or cataract issues?
28. How is his night vision?
29. Has the dentist mentioned any problems with regard to this boy's teeth? Like tooth cavities and decay, does the boy suck his thumb.
30. Examine the boy’s back and bum – run your hand firmly down the back of the boy all the way to his bum, feeling and groping as you go down his back and bum, no resistance or problems to your touch.
31. Examine the boy’s stomach and penis, is the boy sensitive to touch of his penis and is the boy clean.
32. Has the boy attitude?
33. Check that the boy has the right hair colour and angelic features.
34. Is this boy an incarnated angel who is filled with wide-eyed compassion and will to give and receive love.
35. Does this boy have any trouble with lameness?
36. Does this boy have corrective shoe or shoes and if so, why?
37. Does the boy have clubfoot, a deformed foot that is twisted so that his sole cannot be placed flat on the ground and needs special shoes?
38. Look for sign of anger or discomfort like a scowling face, a wrinkle or contract to the boy’s brow, has the boy an expression of anger or disapproval.
39. Is this boy a dwarf boy or an Itinerant, pavee, tinker, or gypsy boy?
40. Watch the boy’s breathing in and out – make certain breathing is regular. If it is irregular there may be an obstruction or chronic respiratory problem with the child.
41. Watch for coordination and willingness. Incoordination may be a sign of neurological problem.
42. Does this boy have heaves or any other respiratory problem, like allergies or bronchitis?
43. Review Health Records – Demand to see the boy’s immunisation records. Ask if health records are kept on the boy and if yes, again demand to see them.
44. Has all the boy’s vaccinates been kept up to date?
45. Has the boy ever had a reaction to a vaccination or medication?
46. When was this boy’s last dental examination? How old is this boy? and does this boy have chronic dental or health or mental issues?
47. By looking at your prospective boy objectively and asking these simple questions, you have a better chance of making the right decision in purchasing this boy. Be sure to ask as many questions as you can. It is best to enlist the aid of your Wife or Mother, if you do not have previous experience in purchasing boys.
48. Does the boy have a family? Brothers and Sisters?
49. Can the buyer, buy more then one child?
50. Finally ask, can I return the boy? If I, the buyer am unhappy with the product.
When will Irish Catholic people wakeup and put their loyalty to a secular Ireland instead of their misplaced loyalty to their Catholic Faith and when will secular Ireland abandon their Catholic Faith and prayers with government. Owen Felix O'Neill