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This message is from Namita Bhandare who started the petition "President, CJI: Stop Rape Now!," which you signed on Change.org.
On Monday morning a small group of us took our petition with 109,000+ signatures to the Justice J.S. Verma Commission at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi. We presented the three-volume petition, along with your signatures and suggestions. In case you'd like to write directly to Justice Verma directly his email is: email@example.com. The commission will be receiving suggestions and recommendations until January 5.
Meanwhile, we will continue with this campaign and keep it updated. As next steps we are writing to various MPs asking them to put pressure on the Government to give priority to the pending bills relating to women safety.
I wish you all a very happy and safe new year.
Thank you for your support.
Rory your revelations about Mrs Bella Dodd are so important information wise that I found links and sent details to two 2GB broadcasters to look into and get the story out as it is exactly the scenario that Ails Australia not just the Catholic CHurch.
People need to become aware of this more widely and they will suddenly have that Lightbulb moment regarding so much of what is occurring in Australia and the World.
Having listened to them both Michael McLaren and Brian Wilshire will do something with this information as they are strong patriotic Australians who both are deeply and soundly Good People informing people about the truths of what ails Australia and who is behind such dangerous and evil intent when known in so many cases.
The Truth will set them free.
The terms of Reference for the Royal Commission in Institutional Child Abuse have been formulated.
.... The commission, it was announced, is not going to be prosecutorial; it will seek to “shine a light” on past abuses and acknowledge the suffering endured by survivors and victims alike. Whether or not this includes public hearings is yet to be decided; the operational peculiarities of the commission are to be decided by the commissioners, who meet collectively for the first time next Monday. And by allowing the commission such discretionary powers over factors such as methods of gathering evidence and operational design, the government is distancing itself from the process...
Hetty Johnstone of BraveHearts has already expressed concern as to whether this will actually achieve anything.
I remember from speaking to any number of Police who were official customers of mine about the upper levels of Society and the Legal fraternity being more likely implicated in this sort of behaviour as a good reason why they will only do a smoke and mirrors type of inquiry,Truth is the problem is too close to home for many doing the inquiries and in reality all Gillard wanted is yet another iron in the fire for re election hopes.
If they really wanted to fix such problems they could have done it decades back,No it suits many of them for personal reasons that need only be imagined,There was a case in Wollongong a few years back when a retired magistrate was Murdered and it eventually came out on like page 56 of the paper that child abuse of a young male who commited the Murder was the reason why the magistrate was murdered.
The Magistrate was the abuser.
Stephen I have also heard of cases where judges have been involved in sexual abuse of children. I agree it could present a problem.
One place I used to work for one of my good customers was once about 5 or 6 from the Top in the NSW Police Force he was advised that for the good of the Family he should Retire.
Another customer of mine was the ex partner of Roger Rodgerson (Blue Murder)I have also met Rodger and some other members from that era on both sides of the law.
Many years ago a senior Queensland Police commissioner type was involved in importation of drugs into the Whitsunday islands by Boat for Distribution throughout Australia,A Senior (Very Senior) NSW Labor Politician was the Money man behind that little scam.
When that Politician resigned another Labor Politician took a fall for him to cover his tracks being more than adequately rewarded some years later after a stint in Jail with extra"Comforts afforded".
First hand knowledge about the system and those within it tells me it will just be another smoke and mirrors sham with maybe some small fry being sacrificed with rewards down the track for their service.
Many Catholic priests take a flexible approach to celibacy, tolerated by church leaders, and some believe sex with children or men does not count, a former Melbourne priest said on Wednesday.
''An enormous number of priests struggle with celibacy,'' Philip O'Donnell told the state inquiry into how the churches handle child sex abuse.
''There's a tolerance for imperfection in celibacy, and that may have led to a lessening of outrage at sex with children.''
He said he had no training about celibacy in the seminary and that many priests were ill-equipped. ''Chosen celibacy is a gift, but mandatory celibacy is for many priests a millstone,'' he said....
I have, some time ago, posed a Discussion Topic on about whether or not priests should be celibrate in today's world? As this article points out celibacy is a millstone for many priests. It is an insightful article written by a former priest.
I heartily agree that the Bella Dodd testimony is important information that needs wider audience.
Stephen Cox said:
Rory your revelations about Mrs Bella Dodd are so important information wise that I found links and sent details to two 2GB broadcasters to look into and get the story out as it is exactly the scenario that Ails Australia not just the Catholic Church.
Rory please have a look at the link and give me some feedback from the Catholic perspective as I think the ideas fit in with the Church ideals regarding Education and the Independant and religious based schools are an Important part of this picture.So much so they would be among the foundation members of the pilot program.