A Breaking News report from Wollongong, Australia
December 26, 2022
Last Wednesday, an elderly woman on crutches was assaulted by Catholic church staff when she spoke to parishioners of their church’s crimes against children. But she stood her ground and confronted the local Bishop and made him flee from the church.
On the morning of December 21, Georgina Cameron, age 70, quietly entered Lumen Christi Catholic Church in
Wollongong, Australia, and began reading a public safety announcement to those waiting for the mass. Georgina’s statement warned parishioners that their children were in danger because of the Vatican policy of Crimen Sollicitationas, which requires all Catholics to break the law and protect in-house child rapists by not speaking of their crime to anyone, including the police.
“I had just begun speaking to the congregation when four big men surrounded me and tried forcing me into a corner, even though I was standing alone on my crutches. One of them tried grabbing my paper from my hand. The priest then started screaming at the congregation that I didn’t have authority to speak, and they shouldn’t listen to me.”
Despite the assault and intimidation, Georgina did not back down, and kept reading from her statement. Soon, local Bishop Gregory Mascord appeared and hovered over the frail woman, trying to intimidate her into silence. But Georgina turned on him, pointed her finger at him, and exclaimed loudly,
“Your church is raping and killing children and protecting those who do it! And you know exactly what I’m talking about!”.
At that point, Bishop Mascord turned and quickly hurried from the church, and the four church goons stepped away from Georgina.
“It was like an exorcism,” Georgina describes. “The right word made them collapse. Mascord looked genuinely terrified when he ran away from me, which tells me he has some personal skeletons in his closet. So then I finished my statement, thanked everyone, and told them I had every right to be there to save children’s lives, and because their church was a public place supported by taxpayers and stolen from indigenous people.”
In the new year, protests will escalate at Lumen Christi church and other Catholic crime scenes in Australia and around the world. As an active member of the International Tribunal of Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS), Georgina Cameron and others will be continuing to confront criminal churches, acting on common law court orders that authorize them to occupy and reclaim Catholic church property and lands, and arrest known criminals.
Georgina’s outstanding courage and resolve are a shining encouragement to all people of conscience and should prompt them into action. To contact our movement and help those like Georgina, write to email@example.com .
Stand by for a new year’s youtube commentary and announcements from Kevin Annett of the ITCCS and the global Republic Alliance.
Issued December 26, 2022 by the International Tribunal of Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS)