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    Kill 800 babies buried in septic tank at Christian Nuns run home for unmarried mothers

    June 4, 2014

    Death records suggest 796 children, from newborns to eight-year-olds, were deposited in a grave near a Catholic-run home for unmarried mothers during the 35 years it operated from 1925 to 1961.

    Historian Catherine Corless, who made the discovery, says her study of death records for the St Mary's home in Tuam in County Galway suggests that a former septic tank near the home was a mass grave.

    The septic tank, full to the brim with bones, was discovered in 1975 by locals when concrete slabs covering the tank broke up.

    Until now, locals believed the bones mainly stemmed from the Great Irish famine of the 1840s when hundreds of thousands perished.

    St Mary's, run by the Bons Secours Sisters, was one of several such 'mother and baby' homes in early 20th century Ireland.

    Thousands of unmarried pregnant women -- labelled at the time as 'fallen women' -- were sent to the homes to have their babies.

    The women were ostracised by the conservative-Catholic society and were often forced to hand over their children for adoption.

    Health issues and problems associated with the homes have long been documented. As far back as 1944, a government inspection report of the Tuam home described some of the children as "fragile, pot-bellied and emaciated."

    The recently discovered death records for St Mary's show the 796 children died from malnutrition and infectious diseases, such as measles and TB.

    Conservative Catholic teaching at the time denied children of unmarried parents baptism and therefore burial in consecrated lands.

    The home was knocked down many years ago to make way for new houses, but the area around the unmarked mass grave has been maintained by locals.

    A fundraising committee has now been formed and it is hoped that a memorial will be built with all the names and ages of the children displayed.

    The Archbishop of Tuam Michael Neary said he would meet leaders of the Bons Secours Sisters to assist with the memorial.

    Meanwhile, Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said that if a public inquiry into the 'mother and baby' homes in Ireland was not established then a social history project was necessary.

    Martin also said he supports "excavating what may be unmarked graves" at these sites.

    A junior government minister has called for an inquiry to be established and the issue is expected to be discussed at cabinet.

    The development is a yet another damning disclosure of a Church-run institution in Ireland following almost countless revelations of abuse and neglect at Catholic-run schools or institutions in recent decades.

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    Christian fundamentalist attacking a naked prostitute by knife

    Terrifying moment as knife-wielding Christian fundamentalist claiming to be 'messenger from god' attacks a naked prostitute to 'cleanse her sins'

    By Leith Huffadine - 20 August 2015

    A man claiming to be a 'messenger from God' has robbed and attacked a prostitute with a knife.

    Dramatic video from a hotel in Taiwan, where the attack took place, shows the armed man chasing the naked escort in a hallway.

    The 42-year-old man repeatedly lunges and attempts to stab her, while she uses what appears to be a pillow to shield herself from the blows.

    The man, only identified by his last name, Shi, told police after the attack he had heard 'the Lord' tell him to 'cleanse the sins of a prostitute with blood', the Shanghaiist reported.

    The flong-term unemployed man claimed he received the directions during prayer three years ago and brought a knife for the attack, but waited to act until a month ago.

    After luring the victim, identified by her last name, Dai, to a hotel room, he forced her to strip, robbed her, then began his attack with a knife, saying he would cleanse her sins.

    When hotel staff were alerted by the victim's screaming and rushed to help, Shi attempted to flee.

    Although the incident occurred a month ago, footage had only recently surfaced on the internet.

    In a strange video, posted by appledaily.com, footage of the attack is edited alongside what appears to be an animated interpretation of the event.

    The website and video are not in English.

    Shi's mental health was questioned after he claimed to be a 'messenger from God', but he told investigators 'my head is very clear'.

    He was charged for robbery and prosecutors were advised to send him for medical examination.



    Typical Christian fundamentalists, thinking they’re the chosen people to whom God speaks personally. Did God tell him to strip her and rob her too? George Bush was another Christian fundamentalist to whom God “spoke” to invade Iraq.

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    Church Forces Women To Be Impregnated by Strangers

    By Chris Spargo - 1 October 2015

    A petition filed earlier this year reveals that women in the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints are impregnated by a select group of men known as 'seed bearers'.

    Charlene Jeffs, whose estranged brother-in-law Warren ran the church, was attempting to get custody of her children from her husband Lyle when she described the practice during which one or multiple men are selected to have sex with a woman to get her pregnant.

    The woman's husband meanwhile must sit in the room while this man or men have sex with his wife, holding her hand the entire time.

    'A seed bearer is an elect man of a worthy bloodline chosen by the Priesthood to impregnate the FLDS woman,' wrote Jeffs in her petition which was obtained by The Salt Lake Tribune.

    'FLDS men are no longer permitted to have children with their multiple wives. That privilege belongs to the seed bearer alone.

    'It is the husband's responsibility to hold the hands of their wives while the seed bearer "spreads his seed."

    'In layman terms, the husband is required to sit in the room while the chosen seed bearer, or a couple of them, rape his wife or wives.'

    Soon after this document was filed Lyle agreed to share custody with Charlene with the children living with their mother according to CNN.

    Sam Brower, a private investigator who has been following the FLDS closely for 10 years now and wrote the book Prophet's Prey about the church, claims he has spoken to multiple people who support Charlene's claims of 'seed bearers.'

    'It's ritualistic procreation, performed on a ritualistic bed-slash-altar,' said Brower.

    Even more shocking however is the claim made by Brower that husbands and wives are only allowed to touch when the wife is being impregnated by the 'seed bearer' or 'bearers,' and that any touching outside that is viewed as adultery - even a handshake.

    'I'm 100 percent satisfied as a private investigator that it exists,' said Brower of the practice.

    Children in the church meanwhile can be moved between families and parents as officials see fit according to Charlene.

    'In the FLDS Church, children belong to the Priesthood and can be transferred to different mothers or different parents all together upon an order from the Priesthood,' she said in her petition.

    This treatment, combined with the idea of her 14-year-old daughter being forced to get pregnant by 'seed bearers' is why why Charlene filed for custody.

    Her former husband Lyle continues to run the church while his brother Warren is behind bars, though Warren is still considered the prophet.


    This is what these western Christians do in their church cults and yet they try to accuse Muslims of oppressing Muslim women, including rape.

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    Christian leader explains why children must go hungry so the church can have money

    by Sarah K. Burris - 03 Apr 2017
    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints needs their members to give their 10 percent tithing money to the church so much that they don't care if your children go hungry.

    Patheos noticed that over the weekend at the Mormon's biannual General Conference elder Valeri V. Cordón gave a speech demanding the church's money. He explained that as a child he worked in his father's factory during school vacations.

    "The first question my father always asked after I received my salary was, 'What are you going to do with your money?'" he recalled. "I know the answer and responded, 'Pay my tithing and save for my mission.'"

    His father asked him the same question each time but he clarified that he had already learned the lesson because his father couldn't buy food for him after a civil war in Guatemala.
    He went hungry often times because his parents had to pay the church.

    "One day, during those difficult times,
    I heard my parents discussing whether they should pay tithing or buy food for the children," he told the audience. "On Sunday, I followed my father to see what he was going to do. After our Church meetings, I saw him take an envelope and put his tithing in it. That was only part of the lesson. The question that remained for me was: what we were going to eat!"

    Jesus Christ spoke frequently about the church caring for the poor. "Blessed are you who are poor, for yours is the kingdom of God," Christ said in Luke 6:20-21. Earlier in Luke, Christ is quoted telling his followers, "The Spirit of the Lord is upon me because he has anointed me to bring good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free, to proclaim the year of the Lord's favor."

    Reports indicate theMormon church earns $7 billion each year from the required tithing. No person can become a member of the Mormon church without agreeing to pay the required 10 percent tithing.

    Watch his full speech: https://safeshare.tv/x/bmKOT0FQo-g


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