Sunday, 18 November 2012

TO THE OZ: What is the matter with you guys - SOMETIMES?

From: g87
Sent: Sunday, November 18, 2012 11:01 AM
Subject: What is the matter with you guys - SOMETIMES?
Hello Chris Mitchell
Editor In Chief Of
The Australian

Kindly look at my plaintive complaint re your editorial writer et al: surely publishable and a highly responsible piece of writing that took too long to construct.
Israel’s enemies are all around us: please reconfigure the odds just a bit..
Geoff Seidner
From: g87
Sent: Sunday, November 18, 2012 10:54 AM
Subject: What is the matter with you guys - SOMETIMES?
What is the matter with you guys - SOMETIMES?

You published on Friday 16/11 a great editorial Israel's first duty must be to defend its citizens only to discredit yourself with Saturday's politically absurd headline / editorial Egypt helps to restrain Hamas 17/11
The writer should know that Egypt is now the home of The Brotherhood - and the leader is Israel's sworn enemy with pronouncements to match!

This is public knowledge - and any of the obtuse commentaries usually the domain of the left are essentially discredited almost before it is written.

Please do not partake of these lunacies: leave it to The Fairfax press.

Furthermore Peter Cravens article A step into the crucible 17/11 somehow excuses the priestly confessional in the realm of The Church's multifarious internicine, historically prolific evil child abuse by an amazing series of salami tactics - which finishes with using The Holocaust as defacto justification for a continuum of plainly breaking the law! Amazing.

And it would continue.

The Church has claimed to be scapegoated [a Jewish term 2000 years old!] have created celibacy as a sanctuary for evil - and worse: have protected this evil enconced in their midst!

Now they want protection to ensure the status quo remains ad infinitum. Refer to Lateline 12/11.
And much more

Enough of cover ups and worse. Enough!

Geoff Seidner
East St Kilda 3183
03 9525 9299

Catholic Church and burning of witches

LEIGH SALES: I also wanted to ask you about a comment that Archbishop Pell made on the weekend where he said regarding abusive priests that back in the days when the abuse was at its worst, they were entitled to think of paedophilia as simply a sin that you could repent of. Is that accurate? Was there a time where priests thought that they were entitled to think of it as just a sin like any other?
BILL MORRIS: Um, I think probably there was, historically. I think as a community of people, I think as a community we didn't really know how to deal with it and I think probably because we didn't know how to deal with it, we swept it under the carpet and didn't, say, do what we should've done and address it at the time.
LEIGH SALES: Does the Church even today have a priority in the way that it handles these cases to protect the Church's reputation foremost?
BILL MORRIS: Well it does. Over recent years, I mentioned the program Towards Healing. And we developed that, say, way back in the mid-'90s and over that period of time we've used Towards Healing. Sometimes it's not the perfect program and it's not a perfect process, but when it is used, it does, say, bring healing into victims' lives and it does address, say, these difficult problems. But oftentimes it's not used correctly, and if it's not used correctly, well then the answers and the way victims are dealt with isn't done right.
LEIGH SALES: Bishop William Morris, thank you so much for making time to speak to us.

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