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# 16 : Thursday 29-5-2014 @ 12:50
 
 
I don't think anyone is saying this didn't happen, apart from Catholic extremists possibly, but even they have gone quiet on this. So it's not like anyone is denying it.
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# 17 : Monday 2-6-2014 @ 20:48
 
 
Someone said :
I don't think anyone is saying this didn't happen, apart from Catholic extremists possibly, but even they have gone quiet on this. So it's not like anyone is denying it.

I have seen some apologists trying to minimise it and almost excuse it.
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# 18 : Tuesday 3-6-2014 @ 02:06
 
 
Someone said :

I have seen some apologists trying to minimise it and almost excuse it.

Go on. Who has been saying what? The Iona crowd again?
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# 19 : Tuesday 3-6-2014 @ 10:15
 
 
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Go on. Who has been saying what? The Iona crowd again?

Iona have been keeping markedly quiet about it.
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# 20 : Tuesday 3-6-2014 @ 10:19
 
 
The concept that a person deserves neglect and starvation as 'punishment' for having unmarried parents is pure fascism.
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# 21 : Tuesday 3-6-2014 @ 12:59
 
 
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Iona have been keeping markedly quiet about it.

I saw a David Quinn tweet about it, he said it was anti Christian. That's all though.

This was the kind of thing the Church preached for the greater good though, he can't really argue that.
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# 22 : Tuesday 3-6-2014 @ 15:07
 
 
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# 23 : Tuesday 3-6-2014 @ 15:11
 
 
Someone said :

I saw a David Quinn tweet about it, he said it was anti Christian. That's all though.

This was the kind of thing the Church preached for the greater good though, he can't really argue that.

Yeah I just saw that. It eventually came last night. But no article from either himself or Breda. But instead they'll be sure to moan about closures of Catholic institutions or the evils of video games.

They are religious commentators not commenting on the biggest religious scandal in Ireland at the minute.
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# 24 : Tuesday 3-6-2014 @ 15:15
 
 
They know there is nothing they can say that could possibly excuse this kind of thing. It really is sickening. If there are 800 bodies there, imagine how many there are around the country.
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# 25 : Tuesday 3-6-2014 @ 19:13
 
 
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Go on. Who has been saying what? The Iona crowd again?

Just some self important asshole on twitter

http://www.twitlonger.com/show/n_1s1vtfo
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# 26 : Wednesday 4-6-2014 @ 01:24
 
 
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# 27 : Wednesday 4-6-2014 @ 20:07
 
 
Maybe the UN, should investigate this and exhume the remains. It's a crime against humanity, the church should have all its assets confiscated for compensation and be thrown out of the Country.
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# 28 : Wednesday 4-6-2014 @ 20:47
 
 
Here, here!!


Unfortunately "crime against humanity" is the Church's middle name but somehow everyone still think they're just great!
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# 29 : Wednesday 4-6-2014 @ 20:55
 
 
This is obviously terrible but at the end of the day these children are long dead; there are children all over the world to whom this is still happening. Countries we trade with, visit as tourists, invite to state visits...
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# 30 : Wednesday 4-6-2014 @ 20:56
 
 
Oh wake up and smell the mass grave!!

How do other tragedies justify sweeping this under the rug?


Criminal acts demand a criminal investigation!




No biggie, apparently...
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