After decades of injustice, the sex crime revolution arrives
WITH a celebratory, yet very holy, time of the year approaching, it is time to reflect on the rapidly unfolding religious revolution in Australia.
This uprising is the stuff of the thousands of victims of Catholic clergy sex crimes, and their families. After decades of obstruction and further harm from a self-serving, dishonest and defiant church, these courageous people have rallied with their loud and clear collective voice.
This voice has finally overpowered what have previously been resistant federal governments, all of which have been shamefully beholden to the Catholic Church.
The national royal commission, announced by Prime Minister Julia Gillard, will indeed nourish this revolution.
In protecting its most vulner...