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Your words cut deep to what has been needed to be heard loud and clear. I’ve wished I could talk to you ever since I heard the Pope song. For you to stand up and spit out rage and be PISSED at the ones who let it happen… I was listening to Background Briefing on the Stolen Wages, which was a structural device used by the WA govt to assist with disempowering aborigines. Swindle their wages from them over decades and they can’t look after their kids.By the way, I am sure there are many of us who would be very happy to crowdfund any law suit that you may occur. It’s an angry, sharp song, and it’s great, but this new one has a different feel. Then, take their kids as they have no money to look after them, and put them onto stations for labour.Thanks for writing it and putting words to the frustration felt by so many.Oh I also wanted to say that I really like your Pope song as well. We all need to do what we can to stamp out this scourge. Thrice, if you add a twisted, sadistic nun who bullied, pilloried and taunted me right through high school – yeah, the best days. My mother was a nun for a little while, and my dad seriously considered the priesthood (oh-so obviously before the six of us came along …).Tim, I wrote to you here a little while ago about how the wonderful Come Home song affected my relationship with my mother, oh so brilliantly for the better. I walked in to her house this week to find her setting the table and singing, “Come home Cardinal Pell, we know you’re not very well …”. Sad, in a way, that she’s had such trouble over the years listening to my tales of abuse (two of the three situations only divulged since the RC commenced) and – even though I have five siblings – not one of them put their hand up to accompany me to the RC. Xx Tim, You have really shone a light within the issues with the biggest spotlight than anyone else who “tried”.
He’s currently working at the Vatican, but The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has demanded his presence in Australia.
Stephen Fry once said that telling the truth is probably one of the biggest ‘sins’ out there these days. The current situation with Cardinal Pell and his obfuscation to date is just appalling. No one wants the man to die en route to Australia, but his credibility could be restored if an INDEPENDENT medical practitioner, appointed by the Commission, deemed his health too fragile to fly. They protect their own and don’t give a toss about all the harm that has been done and continues to be done to the members of their ‘flock’.
You’ve committed a bit of a radical act: Looking directly at the faces of these victims and saying ‘I see you. Thank you so much for speaking up for the silent majority and for using your talents to highlight this thoroughly appalling situation. Too bad about the survivors and those who took their own lives because of the shocking treatment they received at the hands of the Catholic Church.
To follow a belief I need more than just an affliction of Christ but continued truth of facts rather than a diary of events.
The commission has not “demanded his presence in Australia”. You forget that Pell has fronted the commission twice already.
Regardless (dare I suggest failure in a conviction for so many who have preyed on the innocent children) of the outcome, your words have resonated with and expressed the thoughts of many people.