Celtic face threat of multimillion pound compensation claim(The Times)

Arkanoid

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When things open up a bit and go as they seem to going wouldn't it be nice to see the scum awarded two titles this year, one being most certainly well earned (paedo club) and the other not.

The entire sordid mess that is the SFA, SPFL and them could all come tumbling down like the house of cards King referred to!
Not what it's about and nothing remotely nice about any of it
 

Mearns Ranger

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I’ll be honest mate and I don’t mind saying it. This issue has had me in tears many a time. How these bastards operated is beyond evil. It’s so easy to get angry and my hatred for Celtic goes without saying as I was born with it.
The hardest thing is not to let the hatred and anger takeover as things can be missed. Sometimes you have to take a moment and think about things that are unimaginable.
I’ve also been informed that on certain social media sites that the dark side have been trying to call me out. These are people that are defending a club who’s employees have been involved in the most heinous crimes imaginable. To defend that goes against humanity. To put the love of their club before the young lads that proudly pulled on the Celtic jersey only to suffer at the hands of people who were in trusted positions is sickening.
The things that I’ve seen and heard will stay with me for the rest of my life. I think I can speak for the others behind the scenes when I say that.
These people need to be found and their apologists who assisted them also need to be found.
The way Celtic Football Club have acted all the way through this is beyond words. The stories need to be heard and the club punished. Ideally I would personally like to see the club damaged beyond repair. They deserve nothing else.
I don’t keep pace with the thread every day mate, but most times when I look at it, I inevitably find something that churns my stomach, and have been in tears myself.
I can only imagine what you go through on a daily basis.
I keep thinking to myself, at what point does someone over there think “enough is enough, it’s innocent children we’re talking about here”
The thought processes they have just don’t sit right with me. I can’t quite get my head around it.
And the sheer volume of people involved, the number of victims, it really does make me feel physically sick.
Good on you for continuing the fight mate.
 

Taffyblue

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I don’t keep pace with the thread every day mate, but most times when I look at it, I inevitably find something that churns my stomach, and have been in tears myself.
I can only imagine what you go through on a daily basis.
I keep thinking to myself, at what point does someone over there think “enough is enough, it’s innocent children we’re talking about here”
The thought processes they have just don’t sit right with me. I can’t quite get my head around it.
And the sheer volume of people involved, the number of victims, it really does make me feel physically sick.
Good on you for continuing the fight mate.
That’s the control that the Catholic Church has over its masses.

Abuse by a priest or other peer seems to be the accepted norm. When you confront them with it, there’s just a shrug of the shoulders as if there’s nothing wrong with it. They know it goes on, but there’s nothing to see, let’s move on. If it’s not happened to them, they know others where it has or anecdotes detailing who and where - but they sit back and do nothing.

It’s the dirty little secret that senior people in the cult have bullied the abused into keeping over the centuries, by questioning their faith, citing reputational damage to the family and making them feel guilty if they shine a light on the sordid goings on to protect the “good name” of the whole organisation.
 

naemair

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I few years ago I listened on the car radio to the story of a girl abused by a RC priest. The Diocese in the south of England fought her claim against the RC church right to the Supreme Court. This heaped another year of anguish on the girl. The church lost the case and she was compensated for the abuse she endured. Listening to the story made we wonder how people can still go to RC churches when this how their church acts while claiming to preach a message of love.
 

The Hooded Claw

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That’s the control that the Catholic Church has over its masses.

Abuse by a priest or other peer seems to be the accepted norm. When you confront them with it, there’s just a shrug of the shoulders as if there’s nothing wrong with it. They know it goes on, but there’s nothing to see, let’s move on. If it’s not happened to them, they know others where it has or anecdotes detailing who and where - but they sit back and do nothing.

It’s the dirty little secret that senior people in the cult have bullied the abused into keeping over the centuries, by questioning their faith, citing reputational damage to the family and making them feel guilty if they shine a light on the sordid goings on to protect the “good name” of the whole organisation.
And hell mend anyone bringing the subject up because you are treated worse than the actual perpetrator of the abuse. Their blind one dimensional morality is there for all to see and hopefully will be their undoing
 

DadoBear

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That’s the control that the Catholic Church has over its masses.

Abuse by a priest or other peer seems to be the accepted norm. When you confront them with it, there’s just a shrug of the shoulders as if there’s nothing wrong with it. They know it goes on, but there’s nothing to see, let’s move on. If it’s not happened to them, they know others where it has or anecdotes detailing who and where - but they sit back and do nothing.

It’s the dirty little secret that senior people in the cult have bullied the abused into keeping over the centuries, by questioning their faith, citing reputational damage to the family and making them feel guilty if they shine a light on the sordid goings on to protect the “good name” of the whole organisation.
You're 100% correct mate although all religion control their masses thats what they're for (that and a muti billion £ industry). Its a case of join our club, spout our mumbo jumbo sing our wee songs and do our wee rituals (and of course give us your money)and we'll make sure our imaginary friend gets you into heaven when you die, they are all cults.
It always amazes me that the victims of sex abuse within cult/churches take their complaints to a senior church manager/Bishop. Child rape is one of the most heinous criminal offences there is and a matter for the Police not an internal discipline issue.
I doubt even if there was a Jesus son of god he would want anything to do that that rancid shower of filth headed up by the king of the pedos in his palace of gold and marble. How much of Tims donations go legal fees to defend pedo priests or to settle out of court? Fix the church roof my arse...
 

alexg123

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Sadly up to the present time the sentences handed out to the Paedophiles who have been found guilty of these crimes in Scotland have been an absolute joke compared to similar sentences handed out in England . While our present Government are in power I doubt very much suitable sentences will be handed out which I think is a disgrace but not surprising with this shower running the show in Holyrood .
 

ghoulishworm

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I few years ago I listened on the car radio to the story of a girl abused by a RC priest. The Diocese in the south of England fought her claim against the RC church right to the Supreme Court. This heaped another year of anguish on the girl. The church lost the case and she was compensated for the abuse she endured. Listening to the story made we wonder how people can still go to RC churches when this how their church acts while claiming to preach a message of love.
I've posted this before n.m. these poor children grow up with terrible abuse and to them they think its a normal childhood,it's abslolutely scandalous what what the papes can get away with.
 

DadoBear

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I've posted this before n.m. these poor children grow up with terrible abuse and to them they think its a normal childhood,it's abslolutely scandalous what what the papes can get away with.
Even after suffering this abuse some of the wee girls still want to be practicing catholic’s because their poverty ridden community in Africa or South America or wherever is brainwashed by the Catholic Church only to find they’ve been excommunicated for not being a virgin. You couldn’t make this stuff up.
 

ghoulishworm

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Even after suffering this abuse some of the wee girls still want to be practicing catholic’s because their poverty ridden community in Africa or South America or wherever is brainwashed by the Catholic Church only to find they’ve been excommunicated for not being a virgin. You couldn’t make this stuff up.
The catholic church is like a medieavil cult Dado,they still go around with their preists threatning people,just need to read the stories of abused being ordered to keep quiet..
 

alexg123

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I few years ago I listened on the car radio to the story of a girl abused by a RC priest. The Diocese in the south of England fought her claim against the RC church right to the Supreme Court. This heaped another year of anguish on the girl. The church lost the case and she was compensated for the abuse she endured. Listening to the story made we wonder how people can still go to RC churches when this how their church acts while claiming to preach a message of love.
Hypocrites and fools that believe all the lechers tell them , the only ones that are innocent are their young victims who innocently trust them .
 

Jaws2

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It shouldn't be as much about the "who" as the "what" in this case.

The "what" being child abuse.

People with a vested interest will always point to us and say we're just saying this because of the football club we support but the truth is, the only "sides" being taken here are where you stand on child abuse, not what team you support or what religion you follow.

It's a simple question - do you think child abuse is wrong?

If the answer is no then you're an enabler or worse. If the answer is yes then it doesn't matter who carried it out, you simply cannnot defend it. It's as bad as it gets in terms of a crime and It can't be ok just because of who carried it out.

The evidence is already out there that there was institutionalised child abuse going on within that club, with the knowledge of people at the very top. There's more to come but they'll still deflect and deny. It's what they've done from the start.

Celtic need to realise they're now defending the indefensible and that digging themselves deeper and deeper helps nobody in the long run, not least themselves.

It certainly doesn't help the victims but, then again, they never have.
 
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Gary Mitchell

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it seems to me that the tims and media in scotland have convinced the majority of football fans in scotland that the crime of paedophilia is actually far less disturbing that "point scoring".

let that sink in.

how many years in prison do you get for "point scoring" or how many lives do you ruin by "point scoring" makes me sick to my stomach.
Point scoring is nothing more than a deflection technique it is all they have, the only points they need to worry about are legal points brought up in court. Hopefully American authorities step in and bleed these cunts dry the scottish system has failed those affected horrifically.
How people can take children there astounds me and how many of them are glory hunting bastards deliberately turning a blind eye to what is staring them in the face.
 
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Govan loyal

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the more that boy gordon woods tweets the harder it becomes to read it and what he had to put up with. such a sad way to have lived your youth being subject to child abuse. a hope he cripples them and gets his justice just like the other unfortunate playeds who suffered to a horrible club.
 

Gary Mitchell

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I’ll be honest mate and I don’t mind saying it. This issue has had me in tears many a time. How these bastards operated is beyond evil. It’s so easy to get angry and my hatred for Celtic goes without saying as I was born with it.
The hardest thing is not to let the hatred and anger takeover as things can be missed. Sometimes you have to take a moment and think about things that are unimaginable.
I’ve also been informed that on certain social media sites that the dark side have been trying to call me out. These are people that are defending a club who’s employees have been involved in the most heinous crimes imaginable. To defend that goes against humanity. To put the love of their club before the young lads that proudly pulled on the Celtic jersey only to suffer at the hands of people who were in trusted positions is sickening.
The things that I’ve seen and heard will stay with me for the rest of my life. I think I can speak for the others behind the scenes when I say that.
These people need to be found and their apologists who assisted them also need to be found.
The way Celtic Football Club have acted all the way through this is beyond words. The stories need to be heard and the club punished. Ideally I would personally like to see the club damaged beyond repair. They deserve nothing else.
I hope you guys are having some time to yourselves mate this is mentally disturbing and must be emotionally draining, the work you and the others have put in is exceptional and honourable as %^*& you are a credit to us all.
 

Simply a Bear

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It shouldn't be as much about the "who" as the "what" in this case.

The "what" being child abuse.

People with a vested interest will always point to us and say we're just saying this because of the football club we support but the truth is, the only "sides" being taken here are where you stand on child abuse, not what team you support or what religion you follow.

It's a simple question - do you think child abuse is wrong?

If the answer is no then you're an enabler or worse. If the answer is yes then it doesn't matter who carried it out, you simply cannnot defend it. It's as bad as it gets in terms of a crime and It can't be ok just because of who carried it out.

The evidence is already out there that there was institutionalised child abuse going on within that club, with the knowledge of people at the very top. There's more to come but they'll still deflect and deny. It's what they've done from the start.

Celtic need to realise they're now defending the indefensible and that digging themselves deeper and deeper helps nobody in the long run, not least themselves.

It certainly doesn't help the victims but, then again, they never have.

Good post and points you make. This crime goes beyond any allegiances to religion, ideology, race and beliefs. It goes right to the core of our humanity and it is unbelievable how many are willing to accept this crime as part of an organisation.
 

Gary Mitchell

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I couldn’t imagine Rangers supporters acting like this if the roles were reversed. We don’t have to say it anymore, they are proving it.. A different breed.
Any one of our own I've spoke to about this has said the same we would drop the club in a heartbeat, we stared into the football abyss in 2012 and followed on their abyss is moral and far,far darker and I pray they are gone at the end of this there is no comeback they bastards are one arm of an evil octopus organisation called the R.C church where shaming is used as a weapon.
 

THEGOVANFRONT

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That is another reason why I'm disappointed in Doncaster keeping his job (well so far) as the Bheats know without their placemen they are right up against it over this abuse enquiry as any normal person taking over the running of the SPFL/SFA would surely do the right thing & expose what has went on.
They are fighting for their lives here & everyone must don even the smallest thing to highlight this subject to everyone you know & the work being done by the people who post on here in getting it to this stage
 

Getstiffed

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You're 100% correct mate although all religion control their masses thats what they're for (that and a muti billion £ industry). Its a case of join our club, spout our mumbo jumbo sing our wee songs and do our wee rituals (and of course give us your money)and we'll make sure our imaginary friend gets you into heaven when you die, they are all cults.
It always amazes me that the victims of sex abuse within cult/churches take their complaints to a senior church manager/Bishop. Child rape is one of the most heinous criminal offences there is and a matter for the Police not an internal discipline issue.
I doubt even if there was a Jesus son of god he would want anything to do that that rancid shower of filth headed up by the king of the pedos in his palace of gold and marble. How much of Tims donations go legal fees to defend pedo priests or to settle out of court? Fix the church roof my arse...
Well JC did say there was no need for churches etc. Something about look under a rock and you'll find me. Basically, I'm everywhere and you don't need a conduit to speak to me or have a connection to me. There's a reason the religious leaders of the day were instrumental in JC being arrested and executed mate. He challenged their power structure and he went after the money lenders. So the Church and the banks, not long after he's being nailed to a cross. It's not hard to work out what he thought of centralised religion and government.
 

Simply a Bear

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Well JC did say there was no need for churches etc. Something about look under a rock and you'll find me. Basically, I'm everywhere and you don't need a conduit to speak to me or have a connection to me. There's a reason the religious leaders of the day were instrumental in JC being arrested and executed mate. He challenged their power structure and he went after the money lenders. So the Church and the banks, not long after he's being nailed to a cross. It's not hard to work out what he thought of centralised religion and government.
It was in the Gospel of Thomas, a book that was banned by, guess who?

The saying is;
Gospel of Thomas saying 77b.
Jesus said: "Split wood, I am there. Lift up a rock, you will find me there."
 

Getstiffed

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It was in the Gospel of Thomas, a book that was banned by, guess who?

The saying is;
Gospel of Thomas saying 77b.
Jesus said: "Split wood, I am there. Lift up a rock, you will find me there."
Exactly. I don't want to get into an argument about whether he's real or not but lets just say he was and he was the son of God, clearly whatever he was trying to achieve was hijacked by the bams he was trying to fight against. And here we are 2000 years later with people standing on that book protecting child rapists and mass murderers.
 

DadoBear

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Well JC did say there was no need for churches etc. Something about look under a rock and you'll find me. Basically, I'm everywhere and you don't need a conduit to speak to me or have a connection to me. There's a reason the religious leaders of the day were instrumental in JC being arrested and executed mate. He challenged their power structure and he went after the money lenders. So the Church and the banks, not long after he's being nailed to a cross. It's not hard to work out what he thought of centralised religion and government.
He’s a fictional character made up in stories written by desert scribes. I actually believe there was a guy kicking about back then called JC I just don’t believe he was some sort of supernatural son of “god” no more than the Billy Graham or David Koresh of his day. I mean have you seen the crap Scientologists believe about an intergalactic warlord called Xenu ffs. Maybe in a couple of thousand years everyone will believe this stuff, it’s no more ridiculous than the old or New Testaments or the Koran it’s just newer.
 

Getstiffed

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He’s a fictional character made up in stories written by desert scribes. I actually believe there was a guy kicking about back then called JC I just don’t believe he was some sort of supernatural son of “god” no more than the Billy Graham or David Koresh of his day. I mean have you seen the crap Scientologists believe about an intergalactic warlord called Xenu ffs. Maybe in a couple of thousand years everyone will believe this stuff, it’s no more ridiculous than the old or New Testaments or the Koran it’s just newer.
Not really the place mate. Point is they've taken something and twisted it to excuse their horrible behavior. That's humans for you. Anyone who thinks this couldn't happen with something like science is kidding themselves on.
 

DadoBear

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Not really the place mate. Point is they've taken something and twisted it to excuse their horrible behavior. That's humans for you. Anyone who thinks this couldn't happen with something like science is kidding themselves on.
For some reason the catholic cult and paedophilia go hand in hand?
And following on from that Catholics CFC/CBC and Paedophilia have these terrible consequences.
All the best brother :))
 
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