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Episode: FJ013 - Catholic Church Faces Disruption and Banishment


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Catholic Church Faces Disruption and Banishment

BRUSSELS & DUBLIN - May 4, 2012 - The Roman Catholic Church faces permanent disruption and banishment in at least five countries if it does not comply with ten “non-negotiable measures” by September 15, 2012, according to a global coalition of survivors of church rape and torture.

The list of measures was issued today at a meeting in Dublin, Ireland between Archbishop Dermot Martin and representatives of Anti Catholic Church Activists Worldwide (ACCAW), Magdalene Laundry survivors, and the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State – Ireland (ITCCS).

The measures demanded of the Catholic Church include the defrocking of all child raping priests, the licensing of all other clergy as public servants, the return of the remains of all who died under Church care, the annulment of tax exemptions and other Church privileges, and the return of all of the Church’s wealth generated by the exploitation of children.

The full statement outlining these measures is read in this film statement.

Issued on the eve of the impending resignation of the head of the Catholic Church in Ireland, Cardinal Sean Brady, for his protection of child raping priests, the statement was delivered by John Deegan of ACCAW and ITCCS Ireland members Gerry O’Donovan and Dave O’Brien, who confronted Archbishop Martin with the demands.

The Ten Point statement was issued by The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State, an umbrella organization of over fifty organizations in the United States, Canada, Ireland, England and Australia.

“Pope Benedict and his Bishops have until midnight on September 15 to start complying with these measures” said ITCCS Secretary Kevin Annett today.

“After that, we will begin actions to halt the normal operation of the Roman Catholic Church around the world, and we will seek indictments against Pope Benedict and other Vatican officials for crimes against humanity and criminal conspiracy.”

The ACCAW, ITCCS and other groups have staged high profile occupations of Catholic churches during their regular services, and plan to escalate these actions into “a permanent campaign of non-violent disruption and civil disobedience aimed at the Roman Catholic Church … until the Church’s reign of terror over children is ended.”

Issued May 4, 2012 by ITCCS International – Brussels

Information:
YouTube: http://youtu.be/orX1DeBIN04

genocidetribunal@yahoo.ca or 250-591-4573 (Canada) and
cliogarvin@hotmail.com or godonothing@gmail.com (Ireland)

For more information about ITCCS visit www.itccs.org or www.hiddenfromhistory.org.
For more information about crimes committed by the Vatican visit: http://www.vaticancrimes.us

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Tags: Rape, Torture, Genocide, Ireland, Vatican, Catholic Church, Scandal, Victims, Kevin Annett, Children, Residential Schools, Industrial Schools, Murder, Sean Brady, Breaking News, News, Crimes, Canada, Truth,

Category: Education
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