Highway To Hell

Posted: May 5, 2012 in Politics

I was wondering last night what the lowest of the low is when it comes to crime. Is it murder? Rape? Abduction? Maybe some think drug distribution…

For my money, and it seems to be the most common answer, a paedophile is the lowest of the low. Even in jail, these vermin are considered to be the vilest of scum by other prisoners.

Even worse, is when that paedophile also happens to be a repeat offending Catholic Priest. Despite Tony Abbott saying that the Catholic Church should not be singled out in any enquiry into child sexual abuse, the problem within the Catholic Church, in particular, seems to be in plague proportions.

Earlier this week, after 30 years, that’s right 30 years of ducking and diving and hiding behind the church, Catholic Priest Finian Egan was finally charged with 17 offenses related to the sexual abuse of at least 4 children between 1972 and 1987. There at Ryde Police Station to greet him as he was charged, were two of his victims, glad to see this piece of crap finally being held to account for his deeds.

I don’t feel any sorrow for this poor excuse for a human. I don’t care how old he is now, it is great to see everyone turn their backs on him for what he has done. Filthy paedophiles like this quickly find themselves without a friend in the world. At least that’s what I thought…..

It turns out Father Finian “sick bastard” Egan still has one pal.

You are probably wondering what type of gutter rat would stand by this type of perverted predator. Well, his name is Greg Smith, and lo and behold he is a politician….

But if you think that is bad, wait till you hear his position….

Greg Smith is the NSW Attorney-General. That’s right, the top law keeper in the state.

So fond of the kiddie-fiddler priest is Greg Smith, that he even mentioned him in his maiden speech to parliament.

However, just when I thought that this was a new low for the new Liberal NSW Govt, it got even worse…

Greg Smith has rightly come under attack, after a claim that he stated one of Mr Egan’s alleged victims was “just trying to get $1 million from the church”.

OK, now pick yourself back up off the floor …It would seem that according to the Liberal Party, it is open season on the victims of child sexual abuse. I cannot believe that the public should have to put up with this sort of comment and behaviour from a politician, let alone an Attorney General. It is astounding, unprecedented, and downright disgusting.

What sort of message does it send, when the Attorney General can portray a victim of paedophile as someone who is just after money?

These victims were children, preyed upon (or should that be prayed?) by the sickest of low lifes, disguised as someone who could be trusted. I am sure that as a child they were not thinking of trying to get money from a church. To even think of suggesting that is insulting beyond words.

Here is a link to the ABC’s  7 30 report on the case.

Well, you can imagine the fury, and wrath that would have come down on Greg Smith from the Premier, Barry O’Farrell… but you would be wrong. It seems this type of behaviour is accepted in the modern day Liberal Party. Barry has done nothing about it… not a goddamn thing.

Please don’t get me wrong, I am not in any way suggesting that Greg Smith should be made to stand down from his position as Attorney General, far from it…

I am suggesting  however, that Mr Smith should be booted out of Parliament altogether, that if the Liberal party has any decency left in them he should have his membership cancelled and be banned from the party, he should be forced to apologise to the victim for portraying them as a gold digger, and he should apologise to the people of NSW for making us all look bad. I would also add that it is a damn shame public flogging is no longer allowed….

If you are interested in how the Catholic Church and the Pope now treats victims of its many predator priests, I would suggest watching this movie “Deliver Us From Evil”.

Deliver us from Evil Trailer

In the meantime, we will wait to see what the Liberal Party response is to those who choose to smear and slander those who were sexually assaulted as a child.

If you are interested in sending some kind words of suggestion to either Barry O’Farrell, or to Greg Smith, here are their details.

Barry O’Farrell:

Telephone:

(02)   9228 5239

Fax:

(02)   9228 3935

Email:

office@premier.nsw.gov.au

Street Address:

Governor   Macquarie Tower
Level 40, 1 Farrer Place
SYDNEY NSW 2000

Greg Smith

Telephone:

(02)   9228 5246

Fax:

(02)   9228 5874

Email:

office@smith.minister.nsw.gov.au

Street Address:

Governor   Macquarie Tower
Level 31, 1 Farrer Place
SYDNEY NSW 2000
   

It is interesting to note that as gun crime rates go through the roof in NSW, and as bikie gangs openly defy the government and police, Barry O’Farrell is desperate to look like he is tough on crime.

Here’s a tip Barry, it’s hard to look tough on crime when the bloke you appointed as Attorney General is buddies with a paedophile, and insults his victims….

Comments
  1. Bill Kell says:

    Is this paeodphile about 5′.0″tall .

  2. […] of you may remember me writing about NSW Attorney-General General Greg Smith — well, it seems Greg’s priorities are a little more […]

  3. […] you want to check out a recent post I wrote regarding the NSW Attorney General’s support and endorsement of an alleged paedophile. That will give you an idea of how much The Liberal Party in NSW cares for the issue. If you still […]

  4. […] you want to check out a recent post I wrote regarding the NSW Attorney General’s support and endorsement of an alleged paedophile. That will give you an idea of how much the Liberal Party in NSW cares for the issue. If you still […]

  5. […] you want to check out a recent post I wrote regarding the NSW Attorney General’s support and endorsement of an alleged paedophile. That will give you an idea of how much the Liberal Party in NSW cares for the issue. If you still […]

  6. […] may remember I wrote about Greg Smiths decision to stand up for one of his mates, a paedophile priest, when he was arrested. Thant was not good enough for Mr smith, oh no, he also has to insult the […]

  7. […] may remember I wrote about Greg Smiths decision to stand up for one of his mates, a paedophile priest, when he was arrested. Thant was not good enough for Mr smith, oh no, he also has to insult the […]

  8. […] Smith, the Attorney General who spends his time insulting victims of sex crimes whilst personally vouching for and singing the praises of their paed…. Smith was last seen removing your right to be […]

  9. […] So devoted was Finian Egan that he has now been charged with 17 sexual offences that were allegedly committed against four minors. Utter devotion indeed. Not to be disheartened our Attorney General was keen to show his support for the poor downtrodden accused paedophile, offering prayers for him. In an unforeseen show of sympathy towards to alleged victims he made accusations that they were just after money. […]

  10. […] Greg Smith also has a history with paedophile priests, paying tribute to Father Finian Egan in his maiden parliamentary speech. When allegations emerged of his buddy sexually abusing children, Smith was quick to vouch for alleged paedophile and label the victims as greedy and only after money. […]

  11. […] Greg Smith also has a history with paedophile priests, paying tribute to Father Finian Egan in his maiden parliamentary speech. When allegations emerged of his buddy sexually abusing children, Smith was quick to vouch for the alleged paedophile and label the victims as greedy and only after money. […]

  12. […] fire services from other area’s which were left unprotected. The Attorney General Greg Smith who insults the victims of paedophiles and supports priests charged with sexually assaulting multiple yo…, then puts forward legislation, now passed, so that most victims of these paedophile priests will […]

  13. […] fire services from other area’s which were left unprotected. The Attorney General Greg Smith who insults the victims of paedophiles and supports priests charged with sexually assaulting multiple yo…, then puts forward legislation, now passed, so that most victims of these paedophile priests will […]

  14. […] Attorney-General Greg Smith, who insulted the victims of paedophiles and supports priests charged with sexually assaulting multiple y…. He proposed legislation – now passed – that means victims of paedophile priests will never be […]

  15. Anon. says:

    Greg Smith has form, his role in tipping off Patrick Power a fellow crown prosecutor who had child pornography on his computer is well documented in hansard.

  16. […] Smith some of you may remember is the Liberal Parties NSW Attorney General. The same one who has vouched for paedophile priests and introduced the recent Victims Of Crime legislation that made it harder for victims of […]

  17. […] is the same Greg Smith who vouched for paedophile priests and introduced the recent Victims Of Crime legislation that made it harder for victims of […]

  18. Richard Mahony says:

    From the ABC’s 7.30 report on this case:

    ‘TIM PALMER: Last month, 7.30 detailed the association between Father Finian Egan and one of his former parishioners, now the Attorney-General of NSW Greg Smith, who is close enough to the priest to mention him warmly in his maiden speech to Parliament.

    GREG SMITH, NSW ATTORNEY-GENERAL: Generous Father Finian Egan charmed us with his Irish wit and his pastorly devotion to his flock.

    TIM PALMER: Finian Egan’s former solicitor, Damien Tudehope, is now the Attorney-General’s chief of staff, and the alleged victims’ concerns intensified after being told of a conversation revealed on this program that took place between Attorney-General Greg Smith and another priest. That priest recounted how Greg Smith had described one of the alleged victims as just wanting $1 million from the Catholic Church.’

    In these politically correct times, rarely dare anyone point out that support for the likes of Egan comes almost always from fellow papists such as Greg Smith: from Irish-Australian, Italian-Australian and Anglo-Australian Roman Catholics. Criticisms of the likes of Egan are all too frequently dismissed by apologists for the Church of Rome as anti-clericalism, as no more than the latest step in the attack on the Roman Church by protestants and atheists, eager to bring into disrepute the authority of Rome.

    Note further the involvement in this murky story of Damien Tudehope, Finian Egan’s former solicitor and then the Attorney-General’s chief of staff.

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