During Catholic Mass today in Dublin, Ireland. A protestor peaceably entered the Pro-Cathedral and issued the following public statement:
“On the 12th of June, one day after the Bishops issued an apology, in relation to the bodies found in Tuam, Galway, Bishops Christopher Jones and Bishop Donal McKeown, blamed the families of Ireland for what happened. I came into this Cathedral on Friday the 13th, to complain about this and I was asked to leave by Father Damien O’Reilly. I’m here to tell Damien O’Reilly, Archbishop Martin, Cardinal Sean Brady, Papal Nuncio and Pope Francis the First, that they do not own this Cathedral. This Cathedral was paid for by the donations of the Irish people, through hard work, and was paid for by the blood, sweat and tears of the mothers of the (children put in the) prison camps of the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland….and it was paid for by the lives of the children of those mothers that were put in these prison camps. I’m here today with this letter, calling on both of these bishops to apologise publicly for blaming, for continuing to blame the families of Ireland for what the Roman Catholic Church is responsible for. You are a witness to this letter. The people of Ireland have had enough. The Catholic Church, the Roman Catholic Church has put up it’s hands and admit to what it had done and claims that society has stigmatized the unmarried mothers of Ireland. Society did NOT stigmatize them, the Roman Catholic Church with successive Roman Catholic Governments, stigmatized the unmarried mothers of Ireland – NOT society! Thank You.”
The brief, but hard-hitting statement accused the Roman Catholic Church of deflecting blame away from themselves and onto the victims of it’s own policies and edicts. While controversy continues to surround Tuam, Ireland over the alleged discovery of nearly 800 childrens skeletons in a holding tank at a Mother and Child home there. Kevin Annett began rumors that there were indeed skeletons found there and that they bore the so-called tell-tale-signs of ritual (as in Satanic) abuse. He claimed this was evident by the fact that the remains were decapitated and dismembered. While gruesome as this detail is, it hardly substantiates the claim of Satanic Ritual Abuse on any, let alone all roughly 800 skeletons found there. Yet, despite this fact, many conspiracy theorists and alternative media outlets have chosen to irresponsibly run the Kevin Annett version of the story.
While he recently claimed to have plans to visit Galway, Cork and Dublin in July in a recent interview with Sean Maguire’s Out Of The Bag radio program. It is doubtful that Kevin Annett will set foot on Irish soil. This is because Kevin knows that the common public won’t tolerate outlandish tales of demon worship being performed on babies at Tuam. Their suffering because of a failure of fiduciary duty by the very church whose Virgin Mary stood as a sentinil of protection over unwed mothers and their children, should not be turned into a Steven King novel. Tuam is a serious problem for Kevin and he knows it. His mere presence there is to cheapen the pain suffered by families there and to pour a bitter salt on a too-fresh wound. Yes, Kevin would do well to stay out of Ireland for good if he doesn’t want to run the risk of being chased out of it.