Impunity for Sexual Misconduct Has Expired
- RINJ is warning about sexually violent priests who rape boys and girls. Many are pedophiles but many are no more than promiscuous deviants, imposters pretending to do the work of God.
- RINJ invites survivors or their parents to avail of free clinical help in absolute confidentiality.
Today the warning is on the table to a certain few priests &other members of the Catholic Church.
Stop sexing the kids!
Child abuse in the Philippines is nothing new. Many online businesses set up to exploit children for the sick pleasures of pedophiles exist exclusively in the Philippines. Cebu City and Manila have terrible reputations.
“Because of its nature the Catholic Church has unwittingly become a safe harbour for some very dangerous sex offenders and some very cavalier, promiscuous imposters. Help us help you bring justice to survivors, jail to the perpetrators, and a chance to forgive and heal,” says Sharon Santiago of The RINJ Foundation
RINJ seeks to make sure that in the midst of the Church the bad apples are sent to jail and no longer exploiting the weak, poor and ill children they pretend to help.
This will help the Church continue its good work.
Because child abuse is such a daily occurrence in the Philippines, it is like Duterte’s murders, it goes ignored by the average Filipino.
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Survivors Are Asked To Contact The RINJ Foundation in The Philippines
Phone, Text, Whatsapp or Telegram this dedicated number: 09287164921
The RINJ Foundation HELPline:
Kung kailangan mo ng tulong kontakin mo ako at Kung ikaw ay nabiktima ng karahasan o pang aabuso lalo sa mga pari, wag kang mag alala at wag mahiyang magsabi nasa panig mo kami. Sharon po ito.
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