The inability of a child to thrive in a Constitutionally protected God based perpetual threat and rape culture is not a fault of the child; however it does become their odious responsibility upon reaching adulthood. The Christian religion at it's core is a toxic mechanism whereby intergenerational trauma has been kept alive, active and deeply embedded in each new generation over the past 2,000+ years.
"Grand Fraud in Australia right before your eyes resulting in many deeply disrupted lives coming from our toxic history of mythology, superstition, Narcissism and misogyny"
Published: Monday, 19 December 2022 8:43:27 PM
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I am writing to bring to your attention the case of John Brown, an Australian man who has been subjected to a number of human rights abuses. Mr. Brown was abused by at least six members of the Catholic church clergy, five of whom he can name. The abuse he suffered has had a profound and lasting impact on his life, and he has struggled to find justice and recourse for the harm he has endured.
One of the individuals who played a significant role in Mr. Brown's abuse was Herbie Kemp, who was a substitute father and confidant for Mr. Brown, and Knight of the Southern Cross. Mr. Kemp was murdered by Bill Ellison, a policeman and Knight, and Des Cameron, the Catholic priest who lived at the presbytery in Yea where the Knights' regular meetings were held. Mr. Brown has also been subjected to further abuse and mistreatment, including being pushed through a hospital glass door by Mr. Ellison while visiting a broken but recovering Mr. Kemp, an incident that causes him ongoing physical harm by way of embedded glass fragments, among other things.
Mr. Brown's efforts to seek justice and remedies for the abuse he has suffered have been repeatedly thwarted. For example, his application through the Melbourne Response process was blocked by both the Melbourne Response and Bishop Bill Morris, ex-Bishop of Toowoomba, who had allocated $1 million to survivors seeking justice within the Toowoomba Diocese. Mr. Morris is related to Mr. Brown's wife, Alice, who deceived Mr. Brown into taking rufalin (roofies) and subsequently abducted him into the Toowoomba Mental Health facility, where he was detained against his will and subjected to further abuse, and refused leave contingent on his silence on matters of his and his son's abuse, and relationship to, and impact of the Bishop. During this time Mr. Brown witnessed Catholic clergy access his and others' medical records without oversight.
AI (edited): Mr. Brown has also experienced significant difficulties in obtaining legal representation and support. For example, he was directed by the Redress scheme to Trent Johnson, who did not fulfill his duties as a lawyer and did not communicate properly with Mr. Brown. Mr. Brown has bear the costs of a $15,000 psycho-legal report by Georgiana Antoce, and he believes that the significant delay he experienced in receiving the report was due, in part, to Mr. Johnson or others attempting to change aspects of the report. Mr. Johnson's department was bought, and John's case transferred to another firm without any communication, with John making himself aware of the circumstance only by way of calling the firm himself after months of attempts at conversation. Mr. Brown was later represented by Judy Courtin, who abandoned Mr. Brown's case somewhat unreasonably and abruptly, and referred John back to the Melbourne Process.
I would like to further elaborate on the role of the Decree Crimen and the Knights of the Southern Cross in the case of John Brown.
The Decree Crimen, also known as the "Crime Against against the Faith," is a canonical law that imposes a duty of secrecy on Catholics with regard to certain matters. This duty of secrecy has been used in the past to cover up instances of sexual, and likely other abuses within the Catholic Church. The Knights of the Southern Cross are a Catholic fraternal organization that is sworn to uphold the principles of the Church and to protect the Church from scandal.
The oath taken by members of the Knights of the Southern Cross, as well as the attitude of the Church and its members generally, have contributed to the perversion of justice in Mr. Brown's case. By taking an oath to uphold the laws and principles of the Church, members of the Knights are inevitably forced to prioritize the interests of the Church over the interests of justice, this sentiment can often be echoed by its members, and in the culture maintained by the Church. Importantly this intersects with the fact of the Decree being word handed down by God himself to be obeyed by all disciples under threat of damnation, whereupon its intersection with geopolitics becomes more complex. This conflict of interest and a willingness to act in ways that are incompatible with the integrity of the legal process critically undermines the sovereignty and propriety of any nation.
It is important to recognize that the issues raised in the case of John Brown, including the involvement of the Decree Crimen and the Knights of the Southern Cross, and the Church as a Hegemon not only impact individuals who are non-religious or atheist but those of other religions and modalities of spiritualism.
Indigenous Australians, in particular, are still disproportionately impacted by these issues of colonization, missionization, segregation, and cultural suppression and may also be more vulnerable to abuse and exploitation due to factors such as systemic racism and discrimination, economic and social disparities, and a lack of access to justice. Critically, this relates to the Hegemon of christian churches in Australia, with the Catholics being a dominant force for much of Australia's history, and the experience many survivors, and likely Indigenous Australians feel of existing outside the 'default' modes and patterns of the majority of Australians. The UN Conventions, including the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), establish international standards for the protection of human rights and the promotion of equality and non-discrimination. These conventions recognize the unique challenges and vulnerabilities faced by Indigenous peoples and require states to take measures to protect and promote the rights of Indigenous peoples.
The abuse that John and other survivors have suffered is clearly a continuation of the legacy of abuse and exploitation that Indigenous Australians among countless others have endured over the course of centuries. The difficulties he and others face in seeking justice and recourse for the abuse they have suffered follows as part of a larger pattern of systemic injustices and barriers to justice that Indigenous Australians and survivors have both faced. Indigenous Australians particularly, like John, face significant barriers in seeking justice and remedies for the harm they have suffered, and are disproportionately impacted by issues such as a lack of access to legal representation, health and aged care, safe housing and utilities, cultural misunderstandings, and discrimination.
With regard to the United Nations Conventions generally, it is important to ensure that the rights of all individuals are protected. The UN Conventions, including the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (UNCAT), establish international standards for the protection of human rights and the prohibition of torture and other cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment. It is the responsibility of states, including Australia, to ensure that these standards are upheld and that the rights of all individuals within their jurisdiction are protected. Particularly in the case of the Catholic Church it is important to consider that the UN views the Vatican as a sovereign nation unto itself. It would then seem unsavory for those in the appropriate positions of power, having been already aware of documents such as the Decree to take no action to avoid these obvious conflicts.
In Australia, Section 116 of the Constitution prohibits the federal government from making any law that establishes any religion, or that imposes any religious observance, or that prohibits the free exercise of any religion. This provision is intended to protect the freedom of religion and the right to practice one's religion without interference. It is important to ensure that this freedom is respected and that individuals are able to exercise their rights without fear of persecution or discrimination. However, this freedom can only function harmoniously while an organisation abides by appropriate law. When a religion's commonly understood motive is to undermine the functioning of an entire legal system, and those with authority to act against this are under directive to act under the law of another sovereign before the one they serve, one can no longer pretend that a religion has not been established. Whether or not any direct coercion applies on the church's behalf is of no matter as any enrolment or involvement operates specifically contingent on the believer's believing - in surrender to the will and existence of God under threat of damnation. Under this circumstance no direct coercion is required other than to create a culture and have its members self-police as occurs in most any group.
Given the severity and ongoing nature of the abuses and injustices that Mr. Brown and many others have endured, I urge the Committee against Torture to consider his case and provide any assistance or guidance that may be available. I believe that it is essential that the aggrieved's rights be protected and that they be afforded a legitimate opportunity to seek justice and recourse for the harms they have suffered.
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