HRCC employees in Australia are warning churches that an arsonist seems to be set on torching HRCC cash collection and child rape centers (churches) where previously exposed priest rapes have occurred.
I make no secret of my intense dislike for organized religions, HRCC in particular. But I condemn arson and all other forms of violence or crime. There is nothing wrong with Australian laws regarding child rape, they simply need to be enforced. This process seems to be starting, and HRCC is clearly on notice that it is no longer open season on virgin children.
Violence, including destruction of property, is not the solution. For those who are justifiably angry with the world's largest provider of child molestation, there are laws, there are newspapers. My point is when you see something wrong, shine a light on it to warn others. And of course anyone with personal knowledge of a crime should go to the police instead of becoming a vigilante.
The anger being directed at HRCC is well deserved and certainly righteous, but in a civilized society we can not allow aggrieved parties to appoint themselves judge and jury. The rule of law must prevail.
The bad press HRCC is getting is good, though, and if the Australian management is feeling hounded, oppressed, and/or backed up against the wall, well, no worries here.
The Catholic Church is bracing for possible arson attacks on Melbourne parishes linked to paedophile priests, 12 months after vandals torched three suburban churches.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne has told its parishes to be vigilant following an attempted arson attack on St Bede's Church in Balwyn North earlier this month. An intruder broke into the church and poured accelerant onto the altar, but is believed to have fled before lighting the fire because an alarm went off.
Fuqem - the priests, not the children