The Shame of Ireland

The Shame of Ireland

Yesterday After Being Told By My Caranua Advisor (3rd Call Ever With Them) That Caranua Has Refused My Request For Assistance With Essential Repairs To My House In Ireland Because I Reside In England Having Fled To Here After 18 Years Of Suffering The Effects Of Abduction, Imprisonment, Sex Abuse, Assaults, Denied Adoption (Not Even A Foster Home), Torture And Being Drugged By A Scientist Etc. I Was Browsing Online Reviewing The History Of The State Child Abuse Inquiry, So Called Apology, Deal Done With The Church (Hand In Glove Fiddle) And Grave Insult To All The Countless Victims Ever Since Then ...

I Came Across A Comment By A Victim Who Said Something That Caught My Attention And It Was Along These Lines He Said : -

"I Am Not A Survivor"  Because I Am Still Suffering Today The Ill Effects Of My Incarceration In An Industrial School And The Abuses I Suffered In There"  ..

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Comment by William Delahunty on January 12, 2017 at 22:11
Jack so well written and so true the people of Irelands will never except the reality of the state and churches abuses because it involves farmers and many more that benefitted from instructions such as the mother and baby homes. The crimes are too big to handle while the poor are now suffering another form of torture with homeless on the rise and children going to bed hungry. Ireland will always move on while standing still. Jack your an inspiration to all that entered the child prisons of Ireland for this we thank you Caranua would have being better if never brought into the equation for it gave hope where there was none
Comment by micheal on January 13, 2017 at 10:03

Kevin caranua.dont give a.flying fuck about survivors, and given higgins background with the church its plain to see the agenda is help as little as possible, higgins self absorbed ego driven useless policys is at the heart of the problem, terminal ill survivors have received no help, homeless survivors with mentalhealth issues have been refused any help and left on the streets, thers is nothing perceived about that.

Comment by jack colleton on January 14, 2017 at 20:40

Hello William: " and many more that benefitted from instructions such as the mother and baby homes "   -

do you refer to conversion from one religion to another?

Comment by Rob Northall on January 15, 2017 at 16:43

Think it was a Typo think William meant "Institutions"

So Glad that Members can draw strength and Support from this website

Together We Are Stronger

You may not realise but I am so proud to call you Survivors amongst my Friends and hold you all in high esteem!

Comment by Barbie on January 15, 2017 at 18:49

As we do you Rob!!

Comment by Rob Northall on January 15, 2017 at 18:52
ThanX Barbie
I'm not a Survivor and have Never been through what you have all been through.

Doubt I'd be as strong as the weakest of you had I been there!!

I have enormous respect for all of you ~Hugs~
Comment by jack colleton on January 15, 2017 at 18:54

Ah. Ok. Thanks Rob! 

Comment by jack colleton on January 15, 2017 at 18:55

We Are All The Pieces Of The Jigsaw .. Dare We Complete!

Comment by Rob Northall on January 15, 2017 at 18:57
Jack you are welcome as always
Here for my friend's!
Comment by jack colleton on January 15, 2017 at 19:00

Indeed You Are Rob!   :)

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