Pieces coming together

As devastating as dealing with any of these hard truths may be, together we’re taking ideas further than what had been publicly considered by the Royal Commission. In piecing the overlapping empty bits together, some common patterns or habits are becoming known. “Denial of Responsibility” seems alike another level of Authority distancing themselves from their involvement in the CSA happenings under their watch. None of which would’ve happened, had these positions been operating as they’ve now been notified. Interesting, how legal Damages may proceed?

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GPS’s growing count…

With the unfurling truths, since the CARC (Child Abuse Royal Commission, 2013-17) most, if not all, Private Schools in SEQ GPS are being involved in Claims of Child Sexual Abuse. As a courtesy to all involved past & present students, each reported school is listed below:

BGS | Brisbane Grammar School

Gregory Terrace | St Joseph’s

BBC | Brisbane Boys’ College

Churchie | Church England Grammar School

TSS | The Southport School

NC | Nudgee College

Ipswich Grammar School

In joining the growing list of SEQ’s GPS Private Schools, Surviving Students from IGS have begun contact. Damages Claims have begun for Anthony (Kim) Buchanan & Clive Morehead. In joining other GPS secondaries, indeed ‘the plot thickens’, as SEQ highlights how concealed Pedophiles were, with their targets.

Anyone who knows of any Children, Students, Family, Friends or other are invited to help Share their story…

The plot thickens …

Having re-watched a favourite TV Series (Da Vinci Demons), attention was drawn to something that’s now screaming out louder and loader. Despite the appalling deception, tomfoolery & murders committed in the times of Leonardo Da Vinci (15th Cen.) in this staged re-enactment, the common powers possessed by the Catholic Church was always taken for granted. Social dynamics included a default framework of the church’s primary inclusion in the basic ecosystem. Australia’s recent mis-focus on Captain Cook, ahead of Captain Flinders & Bungaree. Each summarises how History has been remembered, not genuinely proven.

Australia’s Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse had been the Initial national confrontation, followed by numerous other global countries addressing this common issue. Catholic Vatican’s Pope (Francis) has at least begun publicly addressing this issue, after Millenia of denials-hiding evidence-moving wrongdoers & almost a century of rewritten Papal Orders advocating sins being hidden. As mammoth an issue this is, what’s becoming apparent is the immensity of addressing it. The lives of these children is paramount, as is the resulting residual impacts these Sexual Abuses has had. Postings such as these help share some of these factual truths.

As numerous bodies of Surviving Victims, Medical, Commercial & Community bodies provide help, News reports in the Journalism of individual to broad scale cases & each country offering their own nuances of interpreting & reacting to these ordeals – the immensity of this understanding also risks being ‘swept under the carpet‘ as CSA had been, to grow to what it had. Together, we need to openly address this publicly, openly, transparently & suitably as possible. Groups such as this RoyalCommBBC are only getting started on our mission & via your simply sharing these posts about your contacts – another Survivour may remember things & get suitable help, pictures may remind a family of an unsolved mystery or News of someone being caught out for inappropriate behaviour triggers off flashbacks leading to arrest. We hope this helps out open up our lives.

GPS Representatives

As the collective interests of experienced CSA may be closer than even some family bonds, this early request for Representatives from each of SEQ’s GPS Schools is made. This has already achieved more than was expected, in the initial BBC ecosystem & grew rapidly after meeting face-to-face. We all need a chance to hear-txt-message-speak-meet with another CSA Survivour.

Please send your responses here (WordPress), eMail, TXT, Phone or Post:

Office@royalcommbbc.blog

0410 277 791

PO Box 963; TOOWONG BC, Qld 4066

EREA, Anglican Church Australia & GPS

Following COPIED message has now been distributed amongst Private Schools in SEQ:

An interim response is requested, to repost on our LinkedIn, WordPress, Social Media & ABC/SBS News Networks.
As some of your Schools have been involved in the Royal Commission (CARC) Hearings, this eMail is querying how your Bodies administrate, for the benefit of the Students’ (I.E. Children & Minors) ‘Safety & Security’? Public News publications have been sourced re: some of your places of education.
This query has been sent on behalf of an evolving network of School-Swapping, alike Church-Swapping. Inclusion of these details are for benefit of previous Survivors-Victims of these Institutions (Private Damages Claims & National Redress Scheme).
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CC ABC News, SBS Portals & Prue Montgomery | knowmore Principal Lawyer

4 thinking patterns and workplace sexual offences

Taken from Psychology Today. (Ref follows) …

Four thinking patterns figure prominently in the commission of sexual offenses in the workplace.

The pursuit of power and control.  A critical part of the perpetrator’s self-image is being able to dominate others.  He proceeds to do this as he pursues whomever he finds attractive.

A sense of uniqueness. Everyone is unique – physically, psychologically, and experientially. But the person who engages in sexual harassment, assault, or rape considers himself one of a kind.  Part of this self-perception is his certainty that he is irresistible to women, the answer to every woman’s desires.  When it comes to right and wrong, he makes his own rules.

Deception. These individuals are often extremely intelligent, charismatic, and talented.  Even people who know them well cannot conceive that they are even capable of exploiting others sexually. Such predators are masters of deceit.

An ability to compartmentalize and shut off fear of consequences. Perpetrators of sexual harassment, assault, and rape know right from wrong.  They are fully aware of the potential consequences of being apprehended.  They have an uncanny ability to ignore them long enough to do what they want, all the while maintaining a sense of invincibility. They eliminate considerations of conscience behaving as they please without regard to emotional, physical, or other damage they might inflict. When they are unmasked, their chief regret is getting caught with little or no remorse for the victim.  Instead, they regard themselves as victims because of the unpalatable consequences they must face.

As the issue of sexual predation in the workplace has become increasingly prominent, there are calls to provide employees with special training to minimize this behavior in the future.  Such training will not change the character (i.e., the thinking processes) of predators.  What it may succeed in is establishing clear policies and deterrents so that potential predators may be deterred from engaging in this extremely destructive behavior at work.

Retrieved from https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/inside-the-criminal-mind/201712/the-thinking-processes-sexual-predators

Former students sexually abused at Brisbane Grammar School are turned away by security as they attempt to deliver a letter asking for an admission of a cover-up

  • Students sexually abused attempted to present a letter to school board
  • They had all been abused by pedophile teacher Kevin Lynch in the 70s – 80s
  • They were asking for victim compensation in the letter on Wednesday
  • They also requested the school publicly admit there was a cover up
  • Security at Brisbane Grammar School turned them away on Wednesday 
A group of students (pictued) who were sexually abused while students at Brisbane Grammar School attempted to deliver a letter to the school's board on Wednesday

A group of students (pictued) who were sexually abused while students at Brisbane Grammar School attempted to deliver a letter to the school’s board on Wednesday

They had all been abused by school counsellor Kevin Lynch (pictured) in the 1970s and '80s, and claim the abuses were covered up by principal Maxwell Howell

They had all been abused by school counsellor Kevin Lynch (pictured) in the 1970s and ’80s, and claim the abuses were covered up by principal Maxwell Howell

The group of former students were turned away by school security when they attempted to pass the letter on to management

The group of former students were turned away by school security when they attempted to pass the letter on to management

Colyton Grammar School students look back on last term in promo video

In the letter to Brisbane Grammar School, the group called for the board to publicly admit the school knew about the abuse at the time and there was a cover-up by the former headmaster

In the letter to Brisbane Grammar School, the group called for the board to publicly admit the school knew about the abuse at the time and there was a cover-up by the former headmaster

A spokesman from the group told media that listening to evidence given by other victims to the child sex abuse royal commission had been extremely distressing

A spokesman from the group told media that listening to evidence given by other victims to the child sex abuse royal commission had been extremely distressing

In the letter (pictured) to Brisbane Grammar School, the group called for the board to publicly admit the school knew about the abuse at the time and there was a cover-up by former headmaster Maxwell Howell

In the letter (pictured) to Brisbane Grammar School, the group called for the board to publicly admit the school knew about the abuse at the time and there was a cover-up by former headmaster Maxwell Howell

'We trust that you will now act decisively and without delay to fully address the failing of the past, by providing counselling and compensation to ensure that the abuse of victims is not further protracted,' the letter (pictured) concludes 

‘We trust that you will now act decisively and without delay to fully address the failing of the past, by providing counselling and compensation to ensure that the abuse of victims is not further protracted,’ the letter (pictured) concludes 

Is the Roman Catholic church serious about stopping child abuse? | WINTERY KNIGHT

At the risk of alienating my Catholic readers, I feel that I have to say something about the recent news story about the Catholic Church leaders abusing children of both sexes, and then covering it up. Let’s start with a news article, then a reaction from a Catholic person I respect, then I’ll give my…
— Read on winteryknight.com/2018/08/16/is-the-roman-catholic-church-serious-about-stopping-child-abuse/