So much so for Christian Morality!

via PVAS published on June 26, 2010

Yet another case of exposing child abuses in the church.

Child sex abuse raid on Belgian Catholic Church

On Thursday morning, 30 police officers swooped on the palace of the archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels, sealing off buildings and removing documents.

The latest blow to the scandal-hit Roman Catholic Church disrupted a meeting of bishops taking place in the presence of the Vatican’s ambassador to Belgium, in Mechelen, just north of Brussels…

Read on:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/vaticancityandholysee/7852125/Child-sex-abuse-raid-on-Belgian-Catholic-Church.html

While every country is trying to protect its children from christian paedophiles, by arresting those abusers still walking around freely even decades after the crime, the Indian church and Indian government remain strangely silent on this issue in the country.

There has been no attempt at investigating the atrocities going on within the Indian church. God knows how many children and young women were, and continue to be, subject to physical and sexual abuse in christian institutions in India.

Don’t Indian children deserve justice; don’t they deserve being liberated from the clutches of evilness? Are Indian children considered less human, and thus less deserving of humane treatment and justice? So much for Christian Morality!

This is a cult that simply must be banished from the face of the earth. The more one gets to know christianity, the less appealing it is and more repelling it is. It is an ideology that was created solely so that the Roman empire could expand, and later used for expansionist purpose by the western imperialists to subjugate dark-skinned natives in other parts of the world.

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