In other ITCCS Ireland News: Black Ops and New Protests

An insider in Archbishop Diarmuid Martin’s Dublin Diocese claimed this week that Martin has authorized a “dirty ops” campaign aimed at ITCCS activists and other Irish groups seeking to expose child abuse and trafficking in the catholic church.

The “dirty ops” plan includes smearing and spreading lies and disinformation about Rev. Kevin Annett and other ITCCS leaders to the media and the Garda, Ireland’s national police force, and attempting to falsely brand ITCCS as a “terrorist” group tied to the so-called “Freemen on the Land” movement.

“That was all spelled out in a memo Martin gave to a priest at the pro-Cathedral named Father Damien. That’s what I was told” said the Diocese source.

“The Archbishop also authorized the paying of bribes to one of the regular protestors at the Cathedral so he’d back off and even change sides. You know who the man is”.

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin is the senior Catholic official in Ireland after Cardinal Sean Brady was suspended last year because of a police investigation into Brady’s ties with convicted child rapists among his clergy.

Elsewhere, students at Cork University took to the streets on October 4 and 5 demanding the arrest of former Pope Benedict for “pimping innocent kids”.

The students were part of a public debate at their campus two years ago between Kevin Annett and a Vatican representative, at which a majority of students voted yes to a post-debate poll on “Should the Pope be arrested?”.

The students distributed hundreds of leaflets to noon hour pedestrians on campus and in Cork’s central district. The leaflet read in part,

“Do you want your tax money to aid child rapists in Rome? … If Cork citizens could fight and die valiantly to throw out the British only to have their foreign tyranny replaced by that of Rome, why shouldn’t we toss those child killers in drag from our midst too?”

To contact ITCCS Ireland relay messages to them or to Not in Our Name through these emails:

thecommonland@gmail.com

itccscentral@gmail.com
Issued 10 October, 2013 ITCCS Central, Brussels
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