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800 Dead Babies In Tuam
 
# 106 : Friday 10-3-2017 @ 22:30
 
 
Someone said :
Catherine Corless is a bit of a hero for all the research she's done and the fight she took on with this.

On The Late Late now.

Yep, watching this now. Corless has done Irish society a great service. This scandal has up to now been a "slow burner" but is now gathering momentum. There is so much more to come. Like the Navan Road St Patricks home where 2,000 infants did not get out alive. The scale of the misery and cruelty is mind-boggling. People are rightly very angry.

The assets of the religious order need to be forcibly seized and criminal charges brought to bear. No hand wringing, no prevarication, no excuses.

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# 107 : Friday 10-3-2017 @ 23:06
 
 
Although the catholic church and its associates come out of this perpetually stained yet again, the State did outsource its welfare system to these religious orders. It was its ultimate responsibility.

There is a collective responsibility of the Irish people.
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# 108 : Saturday 11-3-2017 @ 09:48
 
 
Ah sure some Irish people never change. Every time there's a story about homelessness and children living in hotels, you get comments like "well, they shouldn't have so many children if they can't afford them" and "I don't pay my taxes to support women that can't keep their legs closed". Same shit, just a different decade.
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# 109 : Saturday 11-3-2017 @ 10:59
 
 
Someone said :
Although the catholic church and its associates come out of this perpetually stained yet again, the State did outsource its welfare system to these religious orders. It was its ultimate responsibility.

There is a collective responsibility of the Irish people.

There is an absolute responsibility of the religious orders and the church , the state might have paid them to look after mothers and babies but they weren't paid to illegally sell babies to the highest bidder they weren't paid to neglect babies and they weren't paid to have infant mortality rates of 55% compared to 7% in the general population , they weren't paid to dispose of these infants remains they weren't paid by the state to offer these children for vaccine trials , animal vaccine trials and human and they got payments from the drug companies for these too and they resulted in deaths, the Irish population have NO collective responsibility for s moral system imposed on them by the church , all of the blame lies with the church ( catholic and Protestant).
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