Why aren't the JDubs receiving more bad publicity concerning the abuse cover-ups?

by Sour Grapes 20 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • Doubter

    At smiddy

    The ARC did not find 1000 unreported victims. In March 2017, they admitted roughly half of them either already came to the attention of the police or had “insufficient evidence” to warrant a report.

    So we know for sure that a good number of them were unproven accusations.

    Better get to work on compiling these thousands of cases covered up!

    And there’s the fact that the ARC published that number 3 years ago and it’s been covered ad nauseum.

    So it’s no longer “news” to the media. You have to come with something new and substantial.

  • joe134cd

    Quite simple really, the JWs have neither the membership numbers nore the money of the Catholic Church. It’s as simple as that. To give you some kind of impact the ARC had. I live in a country that has very close ties to Australia and it never even made it on the news. Other than xjws child abuse is only an issue amongst the wicked Catholics.

  • dubstepped

    @Doubter - let's say 500 kids per country were molested and the prevailing method of handling it, whether in writing or not, was to discourage members from going to the police and to handle it congregationally. Lets say 100. Whatever. How do you feel about it?

    I'm not sure what you doubt. You're clearly a WT drone ala Richard Oliver, Fisherman, John Davis, etc. Tell us, what do you think of Jehovah's Witnesses?

  • Doubter


    Why deal in hypotheticals?

    Are there actually between 100 and 500 children abused in each county who are discouraged from going to police?

  • dubstepped

    Why dodge the question? It's the predictable pattern of those mentioned above. Come in, pick at anything, change the subject, obfuscate, etc. So predictable.

  • freddo

    The ARC did not find 1000 unreported victims. In March 2017, they admitted roughly half of them either already came to the attention of the police or had “insufficient evidence” to warrant a report.

    However ...

    Case Study 29 says ...

    6.3 External reporting of child sexual abuse to authorities

    Although the position is not clear in relation to a few files, there is otherwise no evidence before the Royal Commission of the Jehovah’s Witness organisation having reported to police or other secular authority a single one of the 1,006 alleged perpetrators of child sexual abuse recorded in the case files held by Watchtower Australia.

    Please note doubter -1006 perpetrators - not victims.

    Now you keep on trolling if you wish; all the members of this forum and lurkers who see your responses will form their own conclusions.

    You do a better job of highlighting the filth that goes on covered up by your leaders than any honest hearted person ever could.

  • Doubter

    Of course, the ARC was clever in their wording. They are apparently saying WTBTS of Australia didn’t report. Well, they (WTBTS) are third parties getting second hand information. They can’t help the police if they did report, like the people with direct knowledge of the situation can.

    Did anyone locally report (local elders or the victim(s) and/or their families) is the question.

  • steve2

    Ensuring the protection of reputation is more important than the protection of children. We should applaud doubter's vigilance in championing reputation over children's wellbeing.

  • dubstepped

    Excellent point Steve. It's a sad reality of this poster and those that came before him. Just emotionless robots that value the cult over the most vulnerable in it, reflective of the attitude from the GB on down, and the god they worship.

  • Saethydd

    JWs aren’t as high profile as the Catholic Church, most people don’t know much about them and don’t care what they do as long as they are left alone personally

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