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as soon as i was 16 and found where family were all hell broke out. the next 2 years before being forcibly exiled from Ireland left me in absolutely no doubt as to exactly how a paedophile organization operates to silence and get rid of it's CHILD abuse victims

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Comment by thomas pollock on April 13, 2015 at 14:54

I think jack a lot of us went to England for the  pain of living in Ireland was hard to take furthermore where was the help for a boy like you and me at the time to get help accommodation or if one had lost their mother or both we where to sleep on the streets wich happened to thousands of us . my ma died age 26 of tb and and It was for that reason went to nuns carriglea and the hell itself clonmel ferryhpuse  for notting only in fact that my ma died . ill tell you more  later regards Thomas

Comment by jack colleton on April 14, 2015 at 10:06

Yes I Agree Thomas. Just Had To Get Away. Did Not Feel Wanted. Sensed Things Would Not Get Any Better In Ireland. There Was No Help. Only Hinderance. They Wanted Their Victims Down And Out.  No Threat To Them. As Far A Way As Possible. Out Of The Way.   Jack 

Comment by thomas pollock on April 14, 2015 at 14:37

well  jack in such a position like really having to beg on streets of Dublin  and ending up in a place called the back lane  I was really down but  then  one day I met one of the family I had stayed  at like fostered out  he was paddy the older child he said well your dad has come over to our place looking for you tommy. I said I never went back to your place because of the blaming of me robbing a gas metere ah forget that he said I let it go then I said where is my dad now  well if u come back with me he will be there  in our house it was a mircle I got you in the street .I went to bray to the  foster family and I cried as dad ran to me  that night we caught the boat to hollyhead   it was sad I asked dad why did u not even send me little money  or even come over to see me ?ill tell you all  in few days  remember jack I was just days out of the hell ferryhouse   

Comment by thomas pollock on April 14, 2015 at 14:39

simple fact jack they took joy in buggery of boys  and beateing boys no doubth  many joined to get power over young vunerable boys jack

Comment by jack colleton on April 14, 2015 at 15:16

Hey Thomas. Your Story Reminds Me Of The Other Side To The Story .. Like How Fathers Too Often Had No Say In Their Children's Fate  ... Not Consulted  .. Not Factored In  .. Disregarded  ..   I Was Just Saying To Somebody Earlier Today That There Was This Stigma If You Were Unmarried And Pregnant ... Your Were In Danger Of Ending Up Being Abused By Priests In 'Care'  ...  By Design!

Comment by thomas pollock on April 14, 2015 at 17:25

ill tell you more  some day jack as now im just going out to chemist  for medication for pain best regards jack  from tommy

Comment by jack colleton on April 14, 2015 at 20:29

Absolutely the case Thomas. No doubt about it. Certain people are drawn to where vulnerable people are but no to help make things better for them.

Comment by jack colleton on April 14, 2015 at 20:29

pain is a pain. 

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