Thursday, July 11, 2013

UN to Impose Moral Standards onto Vatican and its History of Buggery, Child Abuse, Child Slavery and Trafficking

Pope Francis finally got the writ that Benedict 
knew was coming and ran from into “retirement”.

The commission also asks the Holy See to clarify its procedure in investigation child sex abuse claims both regarding the recent pedophile priest scandal and the historical use of so-called “Magdalene’s laundries” as Catholic slave workhouses where women of ill repute were kept. These laundries, according to the U.N.'s accusations, were widely used in Europe and North American from the 18th to the 20th centuries, and still in use in Ireland until 1996. “Please indicate whether an investigation was conducted by the Holy see into the complaints of torture and other cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment and of subjection to force labor of girls held in Magdalene’s laundries run by Catholic Sisters in Ireland until 1996,” the report demands.  The U.N. also wants a clear record on the number of babies taken from their mothers in the Magdalene’s laundries, and placed in Catholic orphanages or given for adoption.


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