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Old 11-29-2011, 10:12 PM
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Catholic Church Stolen Babies Scandal in Australia: Nuns drug women to steal their babies - YouTube


Spain's Stolen Children: Catholic Church Caught Child Trafficking 300,000 Kids to Sell in Adoption - YouTube

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Old 11-29-2011, 10:25 PM
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Gawd, please cast them out of the church!
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Somehow, I'm not buying this.
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Somehow, I'm not buying this.
Why not?
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Old 11-29-2011, 10:49 PM
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I don't know. I guess it's that I'd like to think that people, especially Catholics, aren't that stupid. But, then again, my optimism for humanity has been proven wrong before, and by even by Catholics...
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I don't know. I guess it's that I'd like to think that people, especially Catholics, aren't that stupid. But, then again, my optimism for humanity has been proven wrong before, and by even by Catholics...
I'm not stupid. bless you...
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I'm not stupid. bless you...
Most of your average Catholics aren't stupid. But the hierarchy, that's another story. Something's been going on in the Catholic church since around Vat II, and it's not good.
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I don't think this story is made up. Plenty of scandals going on all the time. This one during a time when they could more easily get away with it. The women were probably young and out of wedlock, so from a Catholic perspective of that particular institution at the time, they probably thought they were doing what was best for the child.
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Somehow, I'm not buying this.
I know it seems impossible that it could happen, but it did happen absolutely not doubt in my mind because my mother had her baby taken from her.

She was 17 and unmarried... her experience is very much like the lady in the clip. She was drugged when she went into labor and told it was pain relief, she heard the baby cry after it was born, then they took the child away and mum said she passed out, then when she woke up was told her baby had died. That was it. No death notice, no viewing of the body nothing...just thanks for coming see you later.

so i believe this story is quite true.
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I guess instead of me saying "I'm not buying this", what I should have said was "I don't want to believe it, because I don't want to believe that humanity can be this appalling."
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