Ireland's political, bureaucratic and media elites are using adopted persons and academics to substitute for the mothers who witnessed genocidal, state-sanctioned practices in Mother and Baby Homes.First Mothers group has filed a complaint against RTE with the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland. Here's why.Philomena Lee - Does She Take Sugar?RTE's Claire Byrne Buries the GenocideRTE's Sean O'Rourke Keeps it in The FamilySix One News with Joe Little At LargeExaminer's Conall Ó Fátharta Buries the LeadKatherine Zappone Stacks the Political DeckEpilog Philomena Lee and Kathy McMahon of Irish First Mothers 1) Philomena Lee - Does She Take Sugar?
"U.K.‘s Radio 4 ran a series called “Does He Take Sugar?”, referring to when someone asks the carer about sugar, instead of directly asking the person..." --Yvonne Rogers, Gary Marsden
Ms Philomena Lee, like most women from the Magdalen Laundries is by now in advanced years. On her most recent Late Late Show appearance…
MOTHER'S ANGUISH AS TUSLA AND FAMILY COURTS FAIL TO PROTECT HER SON FROM IRISH PEDOPHILE by Fintan Dunne
Irish police, family courts and the social services body Tusla all failed to protect the nine-year-old son of a Polish woman who was sexually abused by his Irish father, according to a documentary broadcast on the national Polish television station TVP1. The boy's mother was denied custody and contact despite a doctor's medical evidence confirming that the child's behaviour was consistent with having been sexually abused. Eyewitnesses testimony also confirmed his bizarre behaviours with sexual abuse overtones.
The mother Danuta(*pseudonym) began to be physically and verbally abused after she became pregnant and with alcohol as a prime factor. The case officially began when Danuta fled the family home with her son for the sanctuary of a domestic violence facility.
She was distraught when the child revealed to a family friend and then to her that he was a victim of digi…
Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Katherine Zappone has lied repeatedly --including to the Oireachtas-- about her intent to invite U.N. Special Raporteur, Pablo de Greiff to Ireland to provide international human rights oversight of the Government's response to issues around the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby homes.
The Big Lie began on 1st June, 2017 when Dr de Greiff's proposed visit to Ireland was first mentioned by Minister Zappone -who cited his "extensive experience and insights which I believe will help me as a Minister".