Homopaedo Feeding Frenzy: Instructions For Use

The Homopaedogate should really become a feeding frenzy, at least if we had some journalistic integrity remained here and there.

It should be, at this point, like fishing in a barrel: how many bishops and Cardinals, how many Vatican Monsignors have been disseminating evidence of their behaviour in the last years, certain or impunity? How many “saunas” around the Vatican (apparently there are several of those: market economy at work…) have “secrets” that can be very easily unlocked? How many Vigano’ situations have happened in the past? In the modern world, written communication is everywhere in paper or electronic form, and no intelligence agency can manage (provided at the Vatican they even cared) to destroy all of it, including all email communications.

Then there is all the stuff that must have emerged outside of Catholic channels: say, investigations about other matters that chanced to involve a homo priest, of journalistic research let die because not explosive enough.

Then there is all the stuff that can be easily unearthed by talking to decent people who knew about situations and rumours and can put one in the right direction.

Seriously, this kind of investigative journalism does not require any investigative talent.

This should be a turkey shooting by now; and perhaps the shooting has already started, and we are merely waiting for the couple of days or weeks necessary to deliver a neat package.

I am pretty sure more will emerge. If you think of this, a Vatican that dares to employ a Father James Martin in the light of day must have so much rubbish going on in the dark that it is hard to even imagine it.

Come on, decent investigative journalists still remaining: this does not seem to be rocket science at all.


Posted on September 3, 2018, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Kathleen O'Regan

    I was at a cemetery office about a year and a half ago. The woman there was Catholic and we started talking about homosexuals in the priesthood. She recalled working at a state facility where priests ran the organization, and she was a secretary of sorts there. This was a boy’s facility, where boys who had no homes were housed. It came to her attention one of the boys was often called to bring the priests lunch up to him, and he would come back upset. She started to intervene, going up with him and telling the priest the boy had other things to do and couldn’t stay. She felt he was being molested.
    But she did not say she reported it.

    I don’t have any idea how anything could prevent a decent God-fearing person from stopping the sexual molestation of a child or young person. I work, and I need every dime, but no job ever and no paycheck ever would prevent me from singing like a canary if I even suspected it. I have proven this by making reports to authorities on a few occasions. Good God, if you won’t do whatever it takes to protect a child or young person from sexual assault, how can you even look in the mirror. Do something, tell somebody who can stop it.

    Journalists are not going to cover this if it makes homosexuals look bad. Placating homosexuals is far more important to media than the sodomy of boys. Listen here, in the US we have Sirius radio, and a few years ago the head of the music department for Sirius radio was being interviewed. He talked about how Sirius radio was “making lots of money for the George Michael estate”. Gay artists are played roughly every 10 songs, more or less. This is by design of the music industry, and if you stop and listen, in stores in the US about 1 out of every 10 songs played is by a known gay artist. So we hear Elton John ad nauseam, George Michael, Michael Jackson (pedophile), Melissa Etheridge, Cyndi Lauper, Barry Manilow, Culture Club, etc., in high rotation. Once you start hearing them you can’t unhear them.
    Now if this is all the trouble media go to, to help out known homosexual artists, there is no way they are going to put anything out there unfavorable about them. These crimes will not be covered.

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