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COMMENT: With Benedict XVI having exited precipitously, one can but wonder how many of the emerging child-molestation scandals emerging actually overlap and what sort of power-political interests have been utilizing those enmeshed in the affairs for blackmail and political and/or economic gain?
Among the long-time pals and supporters of former Penn State defensive coach Jerry Sandusky is Senator Rick Santorum. Santorum continued to defend Sandusky after it emerged that he was molesting kids.
When that most sullied of Federal retirees former FBI director Louis Freeh was appointed to head the Penn State molestation scandal, it was apparent that there was more to that investigation than met the eye at first.
Might there be a Vatican/Catholic Church connection to the Penn State case?
The now-disgraced Cardinal Keith O’Brien was very close to the late child-molesting BBC star Jimmy Savile, who presided over the popular “Top of the Pops” show for many years. Savile had been made a Vatican knight by Ratzinger/Benedict’s predecessor, John Paul II.
Might there be a Vatican/Catholic Church connection to the Savile case?
We also note that Britain’s highest-ranking Roman Catholic will not have any say in who replaces the recently-resigned Ratzinger/Benedict as Pope.
One should remember that “having the goods” on a well-placed individual such as Sandusky or Savile could be of considerable use to a potential blackmailer. The fixing of sporting events and promoting music acts are both long-standing mainstays of organized crime. Both arenas of activity would also be of interest to any entity involved in serious money-making.
In FTR #724, we highlighted the collaboration of one of Australia’s most prominent Catholic theologians in the Santikenitan Park association–a mind-control cult with which we believe Julian Assange is affiliated.
Is there a Vatican/Catholic Church link to the Santikenitan Park group and/or the Nazi-linked WikiLeaks.
As one wag who blogged about the Santiniketan Park Association observed; “What good is an LSD mind control religious cult sexual abuse story without the Catholic Church making a guest appearance?”
When pondering these questions, remember that central to Catholic religious practice is the ritual of confession–of major interest to intelligence services and potential political blackmailers.
EXCERPT: Ex-Sen. Rick Santorum, running for the Republican presidential nomination, in 2002 nominated former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky for a “Congressional Angels in Adoption Award.”
The nomination by Santorum was made in the same year that a Penn State graduate assistant spotted Sandusky allegedly performing a sex act with a young boy in a shower at the university’s athletic complex. He reported the incident a day later to head football coach Joe Paterno.
“Its philosophy is simple: It is easier to develop a child than to rehabilitate an adult,” read the citation from Santorum in an awards dinner program dated Sept. 24, 2002.
The citation was referring to The Second Mile, a charity launched by Sandusky in 1977 to serve disadvantaged children. It was first reported Wednesday by the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Sandusky has since been charged with multiple counts of child abuse. The university’s athletic director and a vice president have been charged with perjury. Paterno, 84, coach for more than four decades, announced on Wednesday that he will retire at the end of the year.
Santorum is running for president as a social conservative and family values champion. He is a strong opponent of abortion, critic of contraception, and outspoken foe of such gay and lesbian causes as marriage equality. . . .
EXCERPT: Grinning and giving a thumbs-up, Britain’s most senior Catholic cleric poses with his friend, disgraced paedophile Jimmy Savile.
The snap, taken six years ago, emerged last night after Cardinal Keith O’Brien quit amid allegations of “inappropriate acts” towards fellow priests.
The photo was taken in Edinburgh in 2007 as fund-raiser Savile and the cardinal unveiled a £375,000 vehicle for the disabled.
The pair first met in the 70s, when O’Brien was a priest in Kilsyth, North Lanarkshire – and worked with a friend of Savile’s mum.
Another priest at Kilsyth at the time has been suspended following claims of abuse against two young victims.
It was Cardinal O’Brien who ordered the investigation last September.
When Savile’s vile secrets became known, the cardinal called for him to be stripped of his papal knighthood, awarded in 1990.
Cardinal O’Brien quit just 24 hours before he was due to fly to Rome to help choose the next pope. . . .
EXCERPT . . . Conway’s autobiography says that he began his LSD experiments at St Vincent’s Hospital. And former patients say that Conway also administered LSD to them at the Newhaven psychiatric hospital which was situated at 86 Normanby Road, Kew, in Melbourne’s inner east.
In the late 1960s and during the 1970s, Newhaven hospital was owned and managed by Marion Villimek, a member of a “New Age” sect called the Santiniketan Park Association, also known as “The Family”. A leader of the sect, Anne Hamilton-Byrne, was also an administrator at the Newhaven. Conway, Eric Seal and other therapists hired consulting rooms there on a sessional basis, and were not involved with the sect. Newhaven ceased being a hospital in 1992.
Ronald Conway became one of Australia’s most prominent Catholic intellectuals, writing books and newspaper articles about Australian society. He also appeared in radio and television discussion programs as a psychologist and social commentator.
When the church’s sexual scandals became news in Australia in the 1990s, Conway sometimes commented on the issues of celibacy and sexual abuse. . . .
. . . “After several sessions with Conway, it was suggested that I undergo LSD therapy in Newhaven Private Hospital as an overnight patient. It was explained to me that this therapy was a way to fast-track psychoanalysis and would be very helpful in accepting my sexuality. Conway, as a psychologist, had no qualifications to administer drugs. I did not understand this at the time.
“During the last session I came to believe that I had been in the presence of God who authorized me to lead the sexual life which had been chosen for me.
“Conway then suggested that I continue to see him without the use of LSD.I explained to him that my finances were stretched and that it was not possible. He said that it was important that I continue to see him and that if I were willing he would see me at his home in Torrington Street, Canterbury, gratis.
“What a shock I got when one night he made advances to me and we ended up on the floor of his sitting room. The room was decorated as if it were the inside of an Egyptian tomb. He said this should not have happened but that, as it had, we should do it properly in his bedroom. It was a spartan room with the bed covers on a single bed already turned down and electric bar heaters turned on resting on tables either side. . . .
. . . ”In the early 1990s, when I was 48 years of age, I was a patient in the Freemason’s Hospital and woke up one afternoon to find Ron Conway sitting on my bed holding my hand. He had heard from someone that I was in hospital. I made it clear that I was not happy with his presence . He explained to me that he had been following my life through a work colleague of mine, another psychologist.“Ron Conway never appeared again.” . . .