Another Vatican-Jesuit Genocide Being Uncovered
This time against Native Americans and their children
By Greg Szymanski, JD
Jan. 18, 2010
The hypocrisy and double talk of the Vatican and its henchmen in the Jesuit Order knows no limits.
Now they are faced with a new challenge:
How to cover-up the sexual abuse abuse, torture and killing of native American Indians at Jesuit Mission Schools established with the help of the U.S. government.
The task in this case, however, should be quite easy for the Vatican/Jesuit double talkers as they have been covering up their roles in assassinations, wars and genocides for centuries.
In fact, they probably view this latest run-in with Native Americans as small potatoes, viewing it like a fly on a camel’s back in light of the tens of millions they have killed in the past.
Today on my radio show, The Investigative Journal, Ken Bear Chief spoke regarding the Jesuit crimes against children. Access the interview, dated Jan. 18,2010, at the archives at http://www.libertyradiolive.com.
Ken is an investigator for the Tamaki Law Firm in Washington that has filed a federal law suit against the Jesuits in the Oregon Province.
Here is what Blaine Tamaki, lead attorney in the case, has to say about the Jesuit atrocities:
“The media has not heard or reported the sexual predatory horrors we have heard firsthand.
“This is the first story that must be told. It is a universal violation of human rights and the ultimate in crimes.
“Yes, priest abuse of trusting white people children has been revealed and some compensation paid. But, the particular hostage pedophilia at Indian boarding schools is the closest evil to the Holocaust in US history.
“Children. Helpless children of Indian blood systemically raped and sexually exploited for decades by pedophile Jesuit priests under the guise of their own Catholic God.
“Yes, cultural genocide occurred, but something much worse happened than anybody imagined. And that story must be told so that people around the world with universally held values can get sick to their stomach.
“Like the Holocaust (this was) Evil, The purest evil, in its worst form. And it was perpetrated on the children of the Natives of our country. And no one was punished…no one was convicted.
“It was covered up for decades. And Jesuits have become rich with their great cathedrals and Universities as the one of most respected institutions in this country. That’s the story I want told and am committed to tell.”
Tamaki made this statement to raise public awareness after filing a lawsuit against the Oregon Province, known as the Society of Jesus located in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, and Alaska.
His firm represents over 90 Native American sexual abuse and torture victims, the tip of a bloody iceberg which has been going on for more than 100 years.
Here is more on the story taken from a web site compiled by Ken Bear Chief at http://www.priestabuselaw.com
In the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, Jesuit priests and brothers around the Northwest physically and sexually abused children and teens at Jesuit-run schools and missions. The abuse perpetrated on victims ranged from inappropriate touching to rape.
The perpetrators of the abuse worked for the Society of Jesus, Oregon Province, a religious order based in Portland, Oregon. The Province operated schools, missions, and churches throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska for decades, going back to the 1940’s. Many of these schools, missions, and churches were on Indian reservations, and many of the victims were Native Americans. However, the race, age, and gender of the victims varied greatly.
Coming forward with your story of abuse is difficult and takes courage, but you are not alone. Many people who were victimized at Jesuit institutions have told their stories and made the perpetrators, and the institution that allowed the abuse to occur, accountable for their wrongful actions. While some of the survivors of abuse have reached a settlement with the Province, it is estimated that many more survivors have yet to come forward.
Keep in mind that survivors of abuse at the hands of Jesuits must come forward quickly to preserve their claim. If you or someone you know was a victim of abuse by a priest, brother, volunteer, or employee of a Jesuit institution, please call us and make your voice heard. Holding the Province accountable for the abuse that occurred at its schools and missions helps stop the cycle of abuse against children. By standing together, you can help other victims and yourself.
Abuse survivors often feel isolated and alone with the secret of abuse. We are here to listen and help you find a voice to speak out against what happened and begin the healing process. By standing together, the survivors of abuse can make a difference. You can speak to us in confidence and with the assurance that we will listen and assess your claim. Because time is running out for legal action, please contact us immediately. We are here to help.
The number of children and teens abused is estimated to be in the hundreds, perhaps thousands, over several decades. The abuse perpetrated by these Jesuits was pervasive and damaged many lives. The evidence revealed to date indicates that the Province failed to monitor sexual perpetrators and in some cases knowingly transferred the perpetrators to other locations, allowing them to abuse again.