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Italian Priests Routinely Rape Children at Deaf/Mute Home

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Italian prosecutors are investigating a home for deaf and mute children in Verona, Italy where priests would systematically rape children with no concern about being caught.
 

The victim, identified only as ‘Giuseppe’, told The Daily Beast how the priests and monks at the Antonio Provolo Institute in Verona had started teaching him a string of sickening signs for things such as masturbation, fellatio, penis, and anus, when he was just 11 years old.

 

 

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Wow.  


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Story released on December 23rd.

Probably read by most Catholics on December 24th.

And then: "Oh look, it's Christmas Day. Isn't it a wonderful world?"


Believe nothing you hear and only half what you see.

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Story released on December 23rd.

Probably read by most Catholics on December 24th.

And then: "Oh look, it's Christmas Day. Isn't it a wonderful world?"

 

"Bah!  Humbug!"


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My mother-in-law's mother was deaf, & she was raped, had a baby boy who was my mum-in-law's older half brother. She married, had my mum-in-law, then was divorced, & remarried. She attended a church for the deaf, but remained religious throughout her life.


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I'm starting to think that religious people should be thought of as drug addicts.  That is -- they have a medical condition.  They're not stupid.  They're not crazy.  They have an addiction.  Like an alcoholic.  Or a gambler, hooked on excitement.

 

Treatment is only possible, when the addict wants to quit their drug.  


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I'm starting to think that religious people should be thought of as drug addicts.  That is -- they have a medical condition.  They're not stupid.  They're not crazy.  They have an addiction.  Like an alcoholic.  Or a gambler, hooked on excitement.

 

Treatment is only possible, when the addict wants to quit their drug.  

 

My initial reaction to this idea is very favorable.  Humans are quite gullible by nature, so we should not shame those among us who succumb to our shared weakness.  Human beings are desperate to believe something, so desperate we will believe anything that is consistent with our expectations.

 

A compassionate approach to those suffering from religious delusions is indicated, as long as the religionists are not in attack mode.


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My initial reaction to this idea is very favorable.  Humans are quite gullible by nature, so we should not shame those among us who succumb to our shared weakness.  Human beings are desperate to believe something, so desperate we will believe anything that is consistent with our expectations.

 

A compassionate approach to those suffering from religious delusions is indicated, as long as the religionists are not in attack mode.

 

 

Alcoholism is the perfect analogy.  We tolerate a drunk quietly sleeping it off.  Drunk and disorderly results in an arrest.  Drunken driving results in an arrest.  So long as they're harmless, they're left alone.  If they want treatment, they're helped.

 

Alas, the most common treatment is AA.  That's replacing one drug with another.  


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Minister, First Church of Atheism (05/10/2008)


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