On the sexual abuse, exploitation & deception of society and it's children
NEVER AGAIN :: Never again
Governments fail to see a problem therefore there is no need of a solution
Asking for September 1 is both positive and progressive and much more powerful than any other concept we are aware of which is attempting to address this issue.
If you feel so outraged and if you are motivated beyond simply expressing your anger and outrage at these crimes then you would simply join in with the September1 initiative and publicly show your support.
September 1 is only one facet of a global alliance opposing the failure of Governments across the world to uphold human rights and their failure to appropriately regulate religions into compliance. Its not rocket science when you look at it - its simply common sense.
The September 1 initiative aim is to bring to the world a definitive solution to the global clergy abuse crisis
Check our findings at Trauma in Religion
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Look for these other respected FAQyMe Gene-affiliated, secular social-inclusion sites
Clergy Abuse Action - repurposed || Molested Catholics by the Million || Captain Obvious - My Broken Society || A first in Secular Australia for Children - It's not Rocket Science || The Blue Print - It's OH so Obvious - repurposed || The GCAC - The Global Clergy Abuse Crisis - repurposed || TFYQA Think for Yourself, Question Authority || XT3 Molested Catholic courtesy of George Pell and babbling Benny || Defending the Human Rights of Catholic Adults and Children Trauma in Religion || The FAQyMe Gene - The FAQ Why Me Gene blog