September 7, 2018
These kikes are just jumping on the opportunity to attack the Catholic Church, because that’s what they do – attack white institutions. They see the Church as competition against the liberal consumer / fedora ideology, and they want to stamp it out as quickly as possible.
New York and New Jersey launched new investigations into the Roman Catholic Church’s handling of clergy sex abuse allegations Thursday as the number of similar inquiries around the country continues to grow. In New York, the state’s attorney general issued subpoenas to all eight of the state’s Catholic diocese seeking any and all documents pertaining to allegations, findings from internal church investigations and payments to victims, according to a law enforcement source familiar with the investigation but not authorized to speak publicly.
Church leaders confirmed receipt of the subpoenas and vowed to work with Attorney General Barbara Underwood’s civil investigation — as well as any potential criminal investigations to come. The subpoenas were issued to the Archdiocese of New York in New York City as well as the dioceses of Albany, Brooklyn, Rochester, Syracuse, Buffalo, Ogdensburg and Rockville Centre.
Barbara Underwood looks like a kike. Being the top lawyer in New York, it wouldn’t really surprise me.
“It is not a surprise to us that the attorney general would look to begin a civil investigation, and she will find the archdiocese of New York, and the other seven dioceses in the state, ready and eager to work together with her in the investigation,” New York archdiocese spokesman Joseph Zwilling said.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan.
This fellow doesn’t look corrupt on the surface, hard to say, we’ll have to see.
Like at every other point in history, the leftist apparatchiks going after these people have not adequately measured the consequences of their current course of action. They are going to wind up casting light on a lot of institutional abuse. The best play for them would be to let the Church be corrupted and cover for it, but in their hurry to disrupt, they will only bring greater attention to the need for reformation.
In New Jersey, state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced a new task force that will look at how abuse allegations were handled in the seven dioceses in that state.
Gurbir Grewal. How am I even supposed to feel about Sikhs?
Underwood and Grewal also announced hotlines for individuals to report allegations of clergy abuse. The numbers are 855-363-6548 in New Jersey and 800-771-7755 in New Jersey. New York has also set up a confidential online complaint form that can be found at ag.ny.gov/ClergyAbuse.
“The Pennsylvania grand jury report shined a light on incredibly disturbing and depraved acts by Catholic clergy, assisted by a culture of secrecy and cover ups in the dioceses,” Underwood, a Democrat, said in a statement. “Victims in New York deserve to be heard as well — and we are going to do everything in our power to bring them the justice they deserve.”
It’s a disgrace that it’s become necessary for secular justice systems to intervene in these issues. But, if some Attorney Generals smell blood and they want to build themselves up with these high-profile actions, great. I’m sure a lot of their constituents want to see the results of these investigations. I sure do, and I’ll keep you posted here.
Ultimately, this problem has to be solved at its roots, which are in Rome. Some sort of Catholic rebellion needs to get enough pull in the Italian government to seize the Vatican for them, ideally with the assistance of a Russian mecha army.
I’m so tired of concrete consumer skyscraper world.
I want to see a Crusade before I die.