In my true and harrowing story, I am publishing my experiences of the barbarity of the Child Laundering scheme that was operated by the Catholic Church in Ireland. While the book is largely a grim testimony of my own familiarity with the operation of this depraved and godless endeavour, I wish to give a voice to all, living and dead, who were sacrificed for the financial benefit of the Irish Catho...
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While the term “Child Laundering” can refer to the acquisition and disposition of children under illegal adoption schemes, I believe the term cannot be used in isolation from the experiences of the appropriated children - whether or not the final act of adoption is effected. In any definition of the term, monetary benefit is the aim and children are to be used as commodities and currency.The Catholic Church in Ireland procured children to launder for profit usually, but not always, as the newborn babies of unwed mothers. This was done by deceit and force. By forcing vulnerable mothers to relinquish rights to their children, and then by manipulating and falsifying the records to make the children appear to be orphans, the Irish Catholic Church stole them and could then use the children to turn a profit. There were some genuine orphans and children whose family of birth was unable or unwilling to care for them who were legally placed in the protection of the Irish Catholic Church authorities, but the majority were illegally acquired.However acquired, the children, now under the “legal” guardianship of the Irish Catholic Church, were warehoused in pseudo-care facilities - the “Mother and Baby Homes” Industrial Schools and “Orphanages” of Ireland. When possible, children were sold by fraudulent adoption methods and without vetting the adopters. Whether the adopters were caring families or paedophile rings, slavemasters or benefactors - it was immaterial to the Irish Catholic Church. All Irish Catholic Church wanted was the money.The children who were not adopted remained in the putative care of the Irish Catholic Church, usually until the age of 16. They were still vulnerable to their “guardians”, however, the use of their bodies which were sold to pharmaceutical companies for illegal drug experimentations or to Irish Medical Colleges, Doctors and Surgeons who acted as willing Body Snatchers, for their illegal anatomical research, in the secret disinterment of the orphan children’s corpses from Mother and Baby Homes, burial sites. The orphan children’s corpses were dissected at anatomy lectures in the Irish medical schools. The good Nuns and other Religious Orders that ran the Mother and Baby Homes and Orphanages in Ireland were known as “resurrectionists”, all the dead children’s bodies were for pure profit only. Ironic then that the early Christian church forbade human dissection, yet we have the religious orders, killing and selling babies and children bodies for medical research.The unwanted Children that survived the medical experiments were enslaved in Industrial Schools and Magdalene Laundries, all of which provided and sold services and/or products to the Irish Catholic Church and the general population again for profit. The Irish State also paid the Irish Catholic Church a capitation fee for all residents of the institutions, so this source of flowing money gave it the incentive for procuring “orphans”.If a child did not survive, but died by disease or floggings or as the result of drug experiments, its corpse still had value as it could be sold for scientific research. If this did not happen for some reason, the dead child’s body would be flushed down a sluice and into a decomposition tank whose effluent had the value of growing wonderful flowers for the beautification of the Institution’s gardens. These blooms from dead children were placed in vases to enhance the sanctity of the chapel and statues of the Holy Virgin Mary and her child Jesus – apparently without any sense of irony.