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Showing posts from December 12, 2015


Another paedo too ill for a court case...

Victims of child sex abuse and their families are angry at Cardinal George Pell's delay in giving evidence to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Key points:Cardinal Pell cancels appearance scheduled for next week at child sex abuse royal commissionHis office says his cardiologist has advised him against making the trip from Rome due to a heart conditionSome abuse survivors angered by decisionCardinal Pell will be called again to appear in February Cardinal Pell's long-awaited appearance at the inquiry has been delayed after his lawyers said he was suffering from a heart condition which made him too sick to travel to Australia. Allan Myers QC applied for Cardinal Pell, who is based in Rome, to give his testimony via video link instead, a request which was denied by the inquiry's chair, Justice Peter McClellan. Justice McClellan said he would call Cardinal Pell to give evidence before the inquiry in Ballarat, a diocese that has been describe…

Petition: The BBC should be ASHAMED


Tyson Fury said homosexuals are paedophiles and also said sexist things against women.
The BBC have, thus far, refused to even acknowledge that we have a complaint. 135,000 voices and the chorus of anger from the LGBTI community has been completely ignored.

To add insult to injury a few days ago the BBC have suspended Andy West, a journalist based in Northern Ireland for saying that he was "ashamed" by his employers actions. He continued, "My employer is hurting me and other gay people by celebrating someone who considers me no better than a paedophile".

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The life and crimes of Iain Duncan Smith. The ‘quiet man’ should have kept a little quieter.

Posted from: Evolvepolitics As a disabled person, a welfare claimant, a taxpayer and a voter I’ve followed your career trajectory with some interest. Given your fondness for regarding people like me as work-shy, malingering, prone to committing welfare fraud, a drain on public resources as we’re not productive units, seemingly being of little use to the rest of society and otherwise not being entirely honest with society as a whole, I’d like to draw your attention to the following: In 2003, you were ousted as leader of the Conservative Party, when your own colleagues passed a vote of no confidence. This is a matter of public record and can be verified here. You have previously claimed you can live on £53 a week. This was reported here.
You have yet to make good on this claim by actually living on £53 a week but, don’t worry, I haven’t even started yet. You are currently in charge of the debacle that is Universal Credit while industriously blaming anyone but yourself (as DWP Minister and th…

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