Monday, 25 May 2009

Irish Church ‘Sorry’ for Paedo’ Priests

The nine-year long inquiry originally set up to investigate a sixteen centuries-long period of child abuse at Catholic institutions across Ireland has found that church leaders – from the past prelates of Ireland itself up to the Vatican and Holy See - were fully aware that homosexual abuse was "endemic" in boys' institutions – with some senior Catholic officials even arranging to spent perverted ‘shag-a-choirboy’ vacations there.

It also found the physical and emotional abuse and neglect aspects were the major features of these institutions for attracting legions of sadistic pederast priests and secular workers.

The leader of the Catholic Church in Ireland, Cardinal Sean McFaggot, said he was "profoundly sorry and deeply ashamed that children suffered wrecked rectums in these institutions before the advent of KY jelly.”

The nine year / five-volume study conducted by the Office of the Inquisition concluded that church officials encouraged ritual beatings and consistently shielded their orders' maggot faggot paedophiles from arrest amid a "culture of self-serving secrecy".

It further discovered that sadistic government inspectors frequently joined in the chronic beatings, rapes and revelled in the children’s sexual humiliation.

Deplorably more allegations were made by surviving victims against the Christian Bumboy Brothers than all the other male orders combined.

The report reveals that girls supervised by orders of nymphomaniac nuns, chiefly the Sapphic Sisters of the Sacred Strapon at Bally Merkin in County Dyke, suffered frequent lesbian sexual abuse in the name of worshipping their patron - Saint Sappho of Lesbos.
The Mother Superior of the convent, Sapphi Dildodo, was excommunicated in 2007 for acts of gross lechery with young novices in her charge.

The leader of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales, the Most Reverend Vincente Montbonk, said those who perpetrated sexual abuse should be held to account, no matter how long ago it happened and called for the posthumous excommunication and stripping of the sainthood from one of Ireland’s most famous Catholic faith missionaries – and habitual boy bonker – St. Sodom of Sligo – and the demolition of his St Sodom’s Church of the Latter Day Pederasts.

Sadly, and too scandalously, the report’s findings will not be used for criminal prosecutions - in part because the Christian Bumboy Brothers successfully sued the commission in 2004 to keep the identities of all of its sphincter-rupturing corrupt members, dead or alive, unnamed in the report.

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