The Face of Evil Stanislaus Kennedy Sisters of Charity.
August 25, 2006
Evil, as the saying goes has many faces. This is one of
them. She’s a nun (surprise , surprise ). ‘An Irish nun. She is one
of the order of the Sisters of Charity. She has done ‘good works’
and ‘served the poor’. She has many honors to her name not
least of which is that she was appointed to the Council of State
in Ireland. She is ‘highly thought of’ by those who, by nature of
good fortune, have never been really poor…..or in need.
She is a GOOD WOMAN.
That’s what people say. The people that is who control the media,
the people who’s opinion matters. What her victims (sorry, clients)
think of her is of no concern ….after all , they have no voice and
really don’t matter. She has ‘helped the poor of Ireland now for
fifty years and at this moment runs a housing (protective housing)
project in Dublin called ‘Stanhope Green’ . The inmates are , for
the most part , women who had the misfortune to be brought up
in orphanages run by nuns just like her.
This Stanhope Green has high walls and locked gates. It’s full
of damaged people…..vulnerable people that is……
……..and most of them came out of orphanages……unprepared
for life ……. and with low self esteem.
Her name is Sister Stanislaus Kennedy ……
I will write about here some more in future posts.
This post originally had a link to it which when I just checked it was out of date. Rather than it happen again I will just add a footnote here. People like this woman need the downtrodden. If there was no misery they would have to create it. It’s their stock in trade. My wife lived in Stanhope Green so I have first hand knowledge of the place. My wife was educated by these people in orphanages for years and this qualified her to work in one of their many laundries. And you know the phrase , “Give us the child and well make the man”. If my wife had been sent to one of their private convents she would of course left with different expectations. The vast majority of people , vulnerable people this is , who go through these convents come out damaged. And later in life end up in places like Stanhope Green. There is no dignity in such places. And of course some inmates will even express gratitude to these people but we all know what is at work in this dynamic. If you have any information relating to this or similar intuitions please get in touch.
My wife died some years ago and for anyone who may be interested I will tell her story as best as I can within the next couple of months so check back in lets say the first week in June 2007.
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