The history books are all wrong. Ireland after the Brits left was never a republic – it was a priest-ridden theocracy which treated woman and children as scum.
How else can you explain the secret burial of hundreds of babies by demonic nuns in a disused septic tank?
land of saints and scholars was really a Catholic North Korea which had
concentration camps for children born outside wedlock and their
Like the regime of the Kim’s in Korea there was no
escape except in death and even then the innocent little ones were
dumped in a cesspit instead of being given a Christian burial.
A few years ago Ireland went bust but the revelation that
up to 800 children and babies were dumped in a septic tank proved this
has always been a morally bankrupt nation.
While it was depraved
nuns who did the dirty work, it must never be forgotten that these
children were supposed to be in the care of the Irish State.
this grim discovery been made in Rwanda we’d have Government ministers
jumping up and down demanding that those involved be indicted for war
Most people would not bury a dog in such a disrespectful
way never mind a young child but what took place at Tuam is a metaphor
for the way Ireland treated children.
The nuns were a kind of
religious SS but it was the leaders of this theocracy who delegated the
dirty work to the Catholic Church.
While the nameless little
bodies in the septic tank might not have been victims of criminal acts,
they were victims of Ireland’s hidden war on children born out of
The children who died were thrown into pits, the ones
who survived were either sold off or ended up in the dubious care of the
The fallen women were incarcerated in the Magdalene laundries and forced to work as slave labourers.
Ireland’s shameful “secrets” were carried out in plain sight of everyone.
may not have been the slaughter of the innocents for as far as we know
the nuns didn’t actually kill the children but they didn’t make a great
effort to keep them alive either.
The infant mortality rate in the mother and baby homes was horrendous with disease and malnutrition rife.
was well known because in 1934 the abnormally high death rate among
“illegitimate” children in these homes was revealed in the Dail but
nothing was done.
Ireland was a terrible place to be poor but for a poor woman to be unmarried with a child was a double burden.
mass grave was known about by gardai and Galway County Council since
the 1970s but instead of launching an investigation it was covered up.
Think about it, a pit brim-full of little bones and skulls and no one here was too bothered.
are at least 13 other mother and baby homes as well as many other
county homes which may have similar secret depths to the one in Tuam.
Why is there no Garda inquiry into the Bon Secours Sisters?
Does the State not want to know how the children died?
because the police force which would have to investigate any mass grave
is the same one which was ordered by the courts to deliver these women
to the homes and hunt them down if they escaped.
The cross on the
gate of the Tuam home should be removed as there was little in the way
of Christianity that went on inside its grim walls.
The best way
to honour and remember those little souls is to highlight their plight
and bring the monsters who placed them there to justice.