Go back to post #122 and google it.
Still no proof of anything - just unproven allegations.
British and Germans "tourists" and their exploitation of children worldwide.
they turned entire countries like Thailand into brothels,where they exploit kiddies.now,they go to Cuba or Africa..
"Entire countries into brothels"??
The Cohen Bandit (misspelling intended) is buddy buddy with his ethnic compatriot Michnik
All the three 'posts' above are just trying to deflect from the real issue - which is a sad and serious one. If the RCC can admit that there have been failings in the past, it's a shame that some here do anything to say otherwise and to distract attention from the situation in Poland.
One example would be the way that volunteers who want to work in a orphanage have to go through very rigorous health tests, psychological profiling and criminal background checks before they can give their time to help
This is the heart of the matter. I wouldn't advocate that Poland follows the UK, where even an allegation that has been proven beyond any doubt to be false (even in the rare cases where the accuser is successfully prosecuted for lying) prevents anyone ever working with kids (or even seeing their own grandchildren unsupervised), however the situation does require some joined-up thinking. There are far fewer cases that come to court in Poland than in the English-speaking world, due to the higher burden of proof (this is good) and a reluctance to speak out if crimes actually do occur plus the lack of 'compensation culture' (in the UK false accusers can get compensation just for reporting something, whether it's established that a crime has occurred or not), however it is important to find a balance.
It's as if the issue is ignored here in Poland. There was a case here recently where three 16 year-old girls were on the game. It was not dealt with as a child protection issue. There is also a reluctance on the part of Social Workers to intervene in problem families and a belief that problems are best sorted out "within the family" - however toxic that family may be.
And of course as compensation culture develops (and this has started) we can expect it all to blow up suddenly and become a huge issue.
Utrecht...without re-ordination. The married .....ordained anew
Theologically complex - however an issue for a very different thread.