12 November 2014
Victim: A survivor of religious and government (Institutional) abuse who has yet to recognize who their abusers are. Victims can be identified by their retention of attachment to their abusers (trauma bonding). Highly sought after by toxic religion based support groups and religious bodies as examples of pain and suffering in accordance with Christian beliefs. The victims plight is exploited in every possible manner including their use as objects to obtain government funding and their use in socially deceptive ways such as those who use their plight through claiming to be a spokesperson for victims when this is obviously not the case. Victims are repeated deceived through repetitive offers of inclusion and unfounded claims as to eternal bliss although this rarely occurs as that requires the exploiter to share the profits and benefits derived from the exploitation of the victim with the victim.
Survivor: A survivor of religious and government (Institutional) abuse who recognizes who their abusers are and has attempted to flee from their control. Recognized by both religious and government as high risk or dangerous individuals who must be repressed or controlled at any cost. Survivors are unwelcome and are often rejected from publicly promoted "support" systems due to their greater knowledge of their circumstances. Toxic support systems specialize in character assassination of survivors while attempting to retain the use of their status as a count or number to enhance or to boost the prospects of the toxic support system to gain further government funding.
Addiction: a word that allows authorities to be able to place the blame on a victim/survivor who is attempting to cope with untreated trauma resulting from religious/government abuse.
Religion: Toxic belief systems that require no evidence that is based on mythology, superstition, guilt, scapegoating, tradition, authority, power, sexual abuse, torture, control, trauma, perpetual threat of inclusion/exclusion against individuals and family members as a way to bribe, defraud, deceive or blackmail those who had the misfortune to fall into their grasp as defenseless children. A large scale form of social blackmail and exploitation used by governments to further extend the power and reach of those who have adapted to or risen high in the ranks of these exploitative systems.
Government: A deceptive system of social control operating hand in hand with religion in a mutually beneficial sociopathic system of exploitation of vulnerable populations. The primary tool of governments in this exploitative role is the protection of the claimed right of religion to go about its toxic task of exploitation without ever having to provide evidence to substantiate the many fantastic and implausible claims made by religions.
Be challenged: Q2 Why didn't we know? Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten.
John Brown was born in Yea Victoria 3717 on 27 December, 1948. John grew up in Yea, he went to the Catholic school on The Parade and then a final year at Yea High. He undertook an apprenticeship as a Hand and Machine Compositor/Linotype Mechanic at the local newspaper The Yea Chronicle who recently declined to publish anything on John's story. He left Yea after realising that the proprietor and local policeman Bill Ellisson along with other local Catholics in Yea and surrounds at that time were aware of his abuse and of the rape and abuse of other children in Yea and were aware of the many unreported issues surrounding the murder of Herbert Henry Kemp of The Parade Yea in 1962 ...... read more
Investigation of an unsolved murder in 1962 can no longer be investigated according to police taskforce SANO because a pedophile Catholic clergyman who raped a child at age 8 is now dead. As a result of the dead rapist being unconnected with the murder Victorian police remain clueless.
Later in life John married in Toowoomba only to find that he was related to the then bishop of Toowoomba Bill Morris. Morris was the head of the bishops conference and was the go to person in the country for survivors of childhood sexual abuse by Catholic clergy and yet I was never able to get a time or a conversation with the bishop. I did get conversations or connection with a number of Catholic organisations with varying degrees of weirdness.