Wednesday, June 7, 2017

FROM AUSTRALIA: "THE NCW IS A PEDOPHILE PROTECTING CULT."


  1. My family was affected by sexual abuse by a NC Priest who told the victim 'this is a secret just like confession' . The victim did not share with anyone what happened until a decade later. Why? Because the Priest was a 'friend' to the family! The NC Priest had been shifted to another state in Australia where another claim of abuse was made-it was thrown out of court. This vile man was then sent to his overseas home to the comfort of family. The NC way is a pedophile protecting cult , your children are completely vulnerable, unsuspecting parents you are placing your kids at risk. We foolishly left our children with 'babysitters' , sent them away with their own communities when too young, too impressionable and naive. Lambs to the slaughter.

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  1. It was also my understanding that ALL people, Preists, lay people, church helpers of ANY type were to hold at least a 'Working with children' card and also a Police clearance before being allowed anywhere NEAR to a child? Yet my children, and others were left with babysitters , families, strangers and sometimes over the entire weekend. We also babysat many kids over the years no one ever asked if we had such certification (although I held both the WWCC and police clearance) as I also worked with the svdp society.

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  2. I won't be surprised if this is not the only incident. Unfortunately the NCW cult has been operating in Australia for some time, they will be gathering this week in Melbourne as the Archbishop of Melbourne will be celebrating Liturgy for 40th Anniversary of Neocatechumenal Way at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia on Friday 9th June at 7.00pm.

    Thankfully Archbishop is not a neocat, but he is sympathetic to the NCW (maybe the gave him a few big NCW $$$ donations). Many priest in the Archdiocese know the truth about the NCW and do not support it.

    I wish there was a picket line in front of St Patrick’s Cathedral, Melbourne calling for a moratorium for this Protestant-Judeo heresy.

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  3. Yes start on.

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  4. Isn't the head priest of Neos in Australia from Clifton UK? I'm sure it is. His bishop asked him to leave neos, but his neo leaders said obey us so he stuck with neos!! Big call that .. to disobey your bishop !

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    1. Fr Anthony Trafford I believe.

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  5. Question : if you were a priest do you obey your bishop or neo leadership?
    Answer: the neos of cause stupid!
    Question: Why????
    Dear Fr Tony Trafford of Clifton now the neo Australian? Please help us understand why ?

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  6. The Catholic Church in Australia has been drowning in massive pedophile scandals since the 1980's, with no end in sight. Systematically covered up by bishops, unspeakable brutality was brought there by sadistic 19th Century Irish missionaries who ran orphanages and industrial schools, nuns included. They also infested Catholic schools for the wealthy in later years.

    Ultra-Orthodox Hasidic Jews in Australia were also caught in atrocious sexual abuse scandals of all types over the past few years. Not surprising because that's the name of their game wherever they're found. Homosexual and pedophile rabbis are common in the sect. A prominent Hasidic rabbi was imprisoned in the Washington DC area a year or so ago for abusing women as well.

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    1. Please provide some news links when you make these kinds of claims.

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    2. The Internet has been plastered with this abuse scandal for years. It's one of the world's worst and it leads directly to massive scandals in Ireland.

      Articles, videos, Vatican commentaries, books written, etc., are all over the place. Anyone interested can easily find the topic on Google.

      Spoon-feeding is not needed for such a huge topic. Any kid could easily find the information.

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    3. In other words you're a lazy ass who wants to get a free ride on the hard work it took to build a blog with such a massive following. Do the work or get the hell off my blog, asshole.

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    4. No. You're the lazy ass who wants a free ride from a professional researcher who does special project databases. You missed all of the main info. There are tens of thousands of pages on the Australian situation.

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    5. LOL. A "professional researcher" who posts as "Anonymous" and quotes no sources. Start your own blog. Oh, yah, no one would read it.

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    6. I couldn't care less about rank amateurs like you. I'm retained by multi-lingual professionals in highly specialized fields.

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    7. Right. Which is why you hang out on my blog. LOL. Too funny.

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  7. I think anonymous @ 12:55 PM is referring to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse that was started in 2013. Many cases of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse in Australia have been investigated and documented, you can view this at:

    http://childabuseroyalcommission.gov.au/public-hearings/case-studies

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    1. Thank you. The reason this blog has nearly 8 million views in 3 years and continues to get 3-5000 views per day from every country on the planet, and the reason we have been able to accomplish so much against incredible odds, is because we have painstakingly researched and presented evidence to support every serious allegation, charge, or just simply repeating accounts of what happened elsewhere. It takes work, and so few are willing to do it, which is why so few ever accomplish anything.

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    2. http://www.news.com.au/national/courts-law/catholic-authorities-reveal-4444-people-allege-they-were-victims-of-child-sexual-abuse-at-hands-of-church/news-story/ecad82ee357626c3b5c0474b58c0307d

      The figures were released today by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

      http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-02-06/child-sex-abuse-royal-commission:-data-reveals-catholic-abuse/8243890

      http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/02/06/513745513/australian-catholic-church-alleges-7-of-priests-sexually-abused-kids-over-decade

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  8. Wrong. The Australian abuse mess has been red hot news since the 1980's.

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    1. Duh. So we're supposed to care?

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