donderdag, maart 30, 2017

hik brik brouw

Personal Bill of Rights 

I have the right to be heard
I have the right to be respected
I have the right to accept and own my own power
I have the right to not disclose unless I am comfortable
I have the right to feel my emotions
I have the right to say no
I have the right to challenge the status quo
I have the right to ask questions
I have the right to be me
I have the right to own my own ideas
I have the right to my values and beliefs
I have the right to laugh


Dr. Alicia A. Dunlop, Toronto




"We are happy to hear any constructive advice on how we can do this better in the future. In the meantime to do all we can to prevent this happening again and to bring healing and justice to the victims of these terrible cases."
Anthony Fisher 

                                                                       


zondag, september 25, 2016



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24 - 9 - 2016

Het hooggerechtshof in de Amerikaanse staat Arizona heeft een omstreden uitspraak gedaan waarin het verschonen van een luier strafbaar is als seksueel misbruik. 



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"It is incredibly insulting to believe any prosecutor reviewing a case for charging would not be able to tell the difference between an adult taking proper care of a child and the molestation of a child victim," Montgomery said.





" ''Schat, dan trek je je hempie toch uit op dat sportveld? ''
'' Moeder,  dat is sexuele intimidatie '' "


uit: "... probeer die stoel eens op te tillen"
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donderdag, september 22, 2016

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[...]
GEOFF THOMPSON: As you've seen tonight, the cost of accused priests not facing the music is far too great. The link between child sex abuse and premature death is only just beginning to be understood.
PETER JURD: It not only affected Damian, now it's affecting his children. Damian was a great dad, loved them to death but I suppose he... he never quite got over, that feeling of, of not being good enough. He had a photo of Roman and Claire-Anne next to him.
GEOFF THOMPSON: Damian Jurd's children Roman and Claire-Anne live with their grandparents. Claire-Anne, is now 19 and struggles with depression. Speaking with her, it's difficult not to conclude that the effects of abuse on Damian's life are generational.
CLAIRE-ANNE JURD, DAMIAN'S DAUGHTER: I just feel like there's just so many questions I have for him if he was here.
GEOFF THOMPSON: What would you say to him?
CLAIRE-ANNE JURD: I'd ask him if he was proud of me.
GEOFF THOMPSON: It was only last year that Claire-Anne learnt what Father F did to her dad.
CLAIRE-ANNE JURD: I've got this thing in the back of my hand saying "Just give up", 'cause he did.
I go to sleep at night and I think about what he would be like if it didn't happen to him; what I would be like if it didn't happen to him. I've... he was sad and he was hurting all the time and that... when I describe myself, I'm sad and I hurt all the time, but if that didn't happen to him, what kind of personality I would have... whether I would, you know, be here at all.
KERRY O'BRIEN: How do you begin to count the cost - not just of the abuse, but an institutional cover-up and of justice denied. There have been many government enquiries at both state and federal level over the years, but a Parliamentary Inquiry in Victoria right now is looking specifically at how religious institutions - and NGOs, for that matter - respond to cases of sexual abuse. Perhaps the inquiry should be national. Next week on Four Corners, an investigation into the work practises of Australia's pearling industry, with lives being put at risk. Until then, good night.

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Today we commence a further hearing in relation to issues in the Catholic Church in NSW. This will be our last hearing dealing with Catholic institutions apart from the final review hearing which will occur next year. 

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Public hearing into John Joseph Farrell (Case Study 44) has adjourned and will continue at a later date.

naar bed naar bed en grootvaders kastjes, Gebedsdag voor Gerrit Komrij's ; Sex, Priests, and Secret Codes II




ok, nu kan dus inmiddels iedereen weten dat elk bisdom geheime kastjes had met al dan niet in verschillende kleuren verpakte poepgeheime papieren  maar zou je nu ook mogen bidden voor een onderzoekscommissie die op zoek gaat of daarin niet ook boekjes liggen met uitspraken die deel uit dienen te gaan maken van het collectief rkk-geheugen


opdracht Doyle: er moet meer gelachen worden! 

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and Bp Geoff Robinson, auxiliary bishop at the 
11 time, was given the task of revamping this thing so that it 
12  looked to be not so in-house. 

MR WHITLAM: And "special issues" was a euphemism not just 
24 for child sexual abuse, but for -- 

MONS PETERS: It was mainly child sex abuse. 

28 MR WHITLAM: Mainly, but, for instance, if there had been 
29 an inappropriate relationship with a woman, that could be 
30 there too? 

MONS PETERS: Oh, yes, absolutely. Or a man. "



woensdag, september 21, 2016

variaties op een leven records





1919

1954


Could I be excused please?


je kunt geen azijnpissen tijdens het dansen


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maandag, september 19, 2016

Meer dan honderd katholieke prominenten roepen de katholieke Kerk op tot een herziening van haar standpunt over kunstmatige contraceptie.

ipv bessentaart. Of was het nou een advocaatje met slagroom?

Doofpot schade

19-9-2016

Ongeveer veertig slacht offers van seksueel misbruik in de Kerk begonnen een burgerlijke rechtszaak tegen de Kerk. Begin dit jaar kregen ze in beroep ongelijk. Walter Van Steenbrugge, de advocaat van de slachtoffers, stapt nu naar het Europees Hof voor de Rechten van de Mens.
De slachtoffers wilden dat de kerkelijke oversten aansprakelijk zouden worden gesteld voor wat ze de ‘doofpotschade’ noemen, maar de rechter wees hun zaak af omdat de Heilige Stoel immuniteit heeft. Bovendien wilden niet alle slachtoffers zich kenbaar maken en geen specifieke fouten tegen specifieke bisschoppen aanbrengen.

‘Wij vinden dat artikel 6 en artikel 13 van het mensenrechtenverdrag geschonden zijn. Die gaan over het recht op een eerlijk proces en toegang tot een rechter’, zegt Walter Van Steenbrugge. Hij stapt naar het Europees Hof voor de Rechten van de Mens.
‘Onze argumenten zijn nooit inhoudelijk beoordeeld. We hebben niet eens de kans gekregen. Wij vinden dat de Heilige Stoel geen immuniteit geniet, omdat hij niet alleen een staat is, maar ook het hoofd van de katholieke Kerk. En van slachtoffers mag je niet zomaar verwachten dat ze hun intiemste ervaringen naar buiten brengen. Als we gelijk krijgen, hebben de slachtoffers recht op een nieuw proces.’
Hoe is het mogelijk dat de Kerk zo lang de andere kant heeft opgekeken? De Mensenrechtenraad van de Verenigde Naties heeft het al gezegd: je hebt schade door het misbruik en schade door het misbruik niet aan te pakken. Die schade is het gevolg van een fout door de kerkelijke oversten waarvoor zij aansprakelijk moeten kunnen worden gesteld.’

‘Ik heb altijd aan de slachtoffers gezegd dat Vlaanderen hier niet klaar voor was en dat we waarschijnlijk naar het Europees Hof zouden moeten trekken. Dat is altijd ons einddoel geweest.’

Mea Culpa heeft al in 2010 de actie ‘Childgate’, opgestart en naar voren gebracht in het Europees parlement maar de kerk heeft haar tentakels omfloerst in al haar maatschappelijke geledingen. Ze zijn er nooit klaar voor. Dat zij het misbruik niet hebben aangepakt door broeders de kerk uit te gooien maar hebben overgeplaatst of gewoon hebben laten zitten tekent hun onwil. Bidden tegen de zonde geloofde men dat Jezus de daders kon laten genezen.

Bron Mea Culpa


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vrijdag, september 16, 2016

Dutch Heritage Trix en fix de Nederlands Mirakelen; Frankly Speaking A picture is worth a thousand words – the importance of photos, birth certificates and other records to people who grew up in orphanages, missions, children’s homes and foster care

15 - 9 - 2016
A picture is worth a thousand words – the importance of photos, birth certificates and other records to people who grew up in orphanages, missions, children’s homes and foster care

Over the past almost four years, as the Royal Commission has explored the way the Catholic Church and other institutions have responded to child sexual abuse one of the key issues I hear from survivors is the difficulty they have trying to get hold of their personal records.

This is particularly true if they were in foster care, orphanages, children’s homes, missions and other child residential care facilities and unfortunately it seems to be particularly true if the institution was run by the Catholic Church.
Most of us have family photo books, if we put in just a little effort we can scrape together a ‘family tree’ of sorts. Indeed most of us can pick up a phone and call a relative, a parent, a sibling, a cousin. We have a family history that we can reference and, in part, can tell us why we are who we are.
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This is not the case for many kids who were brought up in orphanages, children’s homes, missions and foster care last century or as they are known,

Care Leavers.
Many know nothing about their parents, if they have brothers and sisters, or even where they came from.
Imagine going through life having no understanding or appreciation of your roots





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. Nothing to hold on to, to provide an anchor linking you back to a time and place. We are our history and when we have no understanding of it, I’m told it is like being rudderless, a compass with a needle that just spins round and round.

Recently I was told about a 57-year-old Care Leaver who has never met his parents, any of his five siblings or for that matter seen a photo of them.

He needs his records so he can find his family and find himself, to try to understand why he is different in many ways to his peers. He needs the records to try to make sense of his childhood and to give himself a sense of ‘family’ and an understanding of the ‘why?’ questions in his life.

Having these records is also an important part of abuse survivors being able to tell their stories to the Royal Commission – something all our Church leaders are on the record fully supporting.

But when they ask an institution for their records they hit many a brick wall, many are met with hostility and frustration, delays and excessive costs. And if they are provided with some records they are often so heavily redacted they are next to useless.



To these care leavers, it looks and feels like these same institutions are continuing to put their reputations ahead of the welfare of their former residents. For some it feels like the institution is all too willing to continue to abuse them.



For the life of me I can’t understand why some Catholic organisations in which young kids lived, were cared for or were educated wouldn’t do all they can to help them understand their family history.

If for no other reason – and there are many other reasons – it would put them on the right side of the issue.

Certainly in the past 15 years or so, many Catholic organisations have done a lot to make sure care leavers get better access to their records. But some still have a long way to go.

I’m often asked at the parish meetings I attend and in other places what it is we as Catholics can do to help abuse survivors?

Well here is one simple project – if you have any influence over your local school, parish or any other place were there might be some historical records then let them know these past records should be available, and easily available, to now grown adults.

Many do, but everyone in any institution needs to understand and respect the value of these precious documents, for many they provide the only glimpse into their history. And while these records will sometimes deliver pain and very mixed emotions they are vital in piecing together shattered lives.


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CEO Truth Justice and Healing Council
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donderdag, september 15, 2016

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"Het verleden is een immens terrein vol stenen, waar velen het liefst 
overheen zouden razen alsof het een autosnelweg was, terwijl 
anderen geduldig van steen naar steen stappen en die alle
maal optillen, omdat ze willen weten wat eronder zit.

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Soms stuiten ze op schorpioenen of duizendpoten, dikke 
witte larven of poppen die op barsten staan, 
maar het is niet uitgesloten dat er tenminste één keer 
een olifant opduikt [...]"
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José Saramago


woensdag, september 14, 2016

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Man doesn't just survive, Al, he's got to prevail

(naar Desmond Tutu)


dinsdag, september 13, 2016

Haagse Bluf de Taptoe en Okkie

Oh, oh Den Haag







Motu Proprio Like a loving mother: Na Igreja Católica, o padre respondia a um processo canônico no Vaticano, que ainda não havia sido concluído.




Brasile, suicida in cella prete pedofilo de ‘Il caso Spotlight’



El sacerdote brasileño Bonifacio Buzzi, quien el pasado viernes había sidodetenido por segunda vez por un supuesto abuso sexual de menores, fue hallado sin vida en su celda, al parecer víctima de un suicidio, informaron fuentes oficiales. Buzzi, de 57 años, había ido a prisión en 2007, condenado a 20 años por pederastia, pero obtuvo la libertad condicional siete años después por buena conducta.
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Na Igreja Católica, o padre respondia a um processo canônico no Vaticano, que ainda não havia sido concluído. Segundo a assessoria de imprensa da Arquidiocese de Juiz de Fora (MG), o padre Bonifácio Buzzi foi encaminhado para a comunidade em Três Corações para que se recuperasse e aguardasse a resposta da Igreja sobre o processo de destituição do sacerdócio, aberto pela Diocese de Mariana (MG), junto ao Vaticano.  
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In a pre-emptive strike last Saturday, the newspaper of the Italian bishops launched a furious attack on the film, describing it as "fit only for the dustbin". A front page article in the daily Avvenire said the producers "should bow their heads and ask forgiveness".


The Motu Proprio, dated 4 June, will come into effect from 5 September 2016.


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maandag, september 12, 2016

Report into Salvation Army's Southern Territory released # 33

12 September, 2016

The report follows a public hearing held in Adelaide, which examined the experiences of former child residents, as well as the response of The Salvation Army (Southern Territory) (TSAS) to allegations of child sexual abuse of former residents of boy’s homes in Eden Park (SA), Box Hill and Bayswater (Victoria) and Nedlands (WA).
The Royal Commission heard evidence from 12 former residents of these institutions who spoke of physical and sexual abuse by officers and employees of TSAS, and other residents, that they suffered while they lived at the institutions.
TSAS operated 55 separate children’s homes between 1894 and 1998. TSAS estimates that more than 3,000 officers and employees were engaged to work at the homes over that period. Approximately 15,000 to 17,000 children passed through the homes operated by TSAS.
The Royal Commission found that many former residents of the institutions run by TSAS did not report their complaints of sexual abuse at the time it was occurring because they did not think there was anyone to tell, they did not think they would be believed or they were threatened with physical harm.
The Royal Commission also determined that some former residents were physically punished after telling officers or employees of The Salvation Army about their complaints of sexual abuse.
The Royal Commission found that before 1990, The Salvation Army had no policies or procedures which governed how to handle and respond to complaints of sexual abuse received in respect of its institutions.
However, the Royal Commission notes that at least from 1895, the Orders and Regulations for Soldiers of The Salvation Army (and its ancillary volumes), provide different bases for disciplinary action against an officer, soldier or employee of The Salvation Army for any physical or sexual abuse of a child within the care of The Salvation Army.
The Royal Commission concludes that in failing to take action against its staff and officers who were breaching Orders and Regulations prohibiting the mistreatment of children, TSAS provided a culture in the institutions in which staff and officers were able to continue their prohibited behaviour.
The Royal Commission heard that from 1995 through to 2014, TSAS had received a total of 418 claims and paid approximately $18 million to former residents of their institutions. The Royal Commission found that in the resolution of claims were instances in which TSAS relied on technical legal defences, statutes of limitations and vicarious liability principles.
TSAS has since reviewed settled claims, prioritising cases where claimants were not represented and cases where new factual material has come to light after a claim was settled. 
The Royal Commission recommends that represented claimants who settled their claims at a time when TSAS relied on technical defences should be included in the review. 
Read the full report.

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Church leaders remained silent about the crimes of Father J.J. Farrell — background article

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Father F.

IN MEMORY OF DAMIAN JURD AND DANIEL POWELL


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