January 14, 2019

1 in 25 priests vs 1 in 1,095 teachers ... out of bounds

                    In Covering Up the Long-term Sexual Abuse Scandal
                                    by means of distorting the statistics

                  Keep in mind that this article is an act of conscience by which
                 Doctor of the Church, Saint Francis de Sales, expressly stated:

                       It is an act of charity to cry out against the wolf                
                          when he is among the sheep, wherever he is.

(Introduction to the Devout Life, III, 29)

          This includes deceptive wolves in New York City and Washington, DC

The latest trick of the more unconscionable members of the hierarchy is to make the
sexual abuse of minors look like a common occurrence in the general population at
large.  However, the records show that such abuse is distinctive to the Vatican II era
church and pockets of the priesthood in the 1950s.  That is to say, it's distinctive of the
Hijacked and Sodomized Catholic Church which still needs a major house cleaning to
be performed within it.  The con game consists in claiming that persons of all industries,
all professions, and all walks of life sexually abuse youth with a frequency no less than
that of Catholic priests of recent decades.

Timothy Dolan of New York went as far as claiming that teachers molest youths ten
times more than do priests.  In fact, he stated that parents molest their own children
more than priests do.  This pair of statements is completely invalid, because there are
excessively more teachers and parents in existence than there are priests.  It's the per
capita percentage that determines which sector of society is the one most dominant in
scarring children and adolescents.  So keep in mind that it was discovered that the rate
of NYC school teacher abuse of various degrees of severity of it  was 1 in 1,095, in
2010.  The rate of abuse committed by priests, between 1950 and 2002 was 1 in 25.

There are, at present, approximately 41,500 Catholic priests in active ministry in the
United States.  In contrast, there are 1,729,000 kindergarten and elementary school
teachers in the U.S.  There are 2,388,500 American teachers when you add middle
school, and there are 3,476,200 school teachers in the U.S. when you add second-
ary school teachers.  In light of this, keep in mind that secondary school is attended
by youth mostly under the age of 18.  Now, compare the number 2,388,500 to the
number 41,500.  In fact, look at the stats again:

 K-8 School Teachers   2,388,500   Do you see the sleight of hand deception?
Active Catholic Priests      41,500    Is your intelligence insulted yet?

K-12 School Teachers  3,476,200   Do you see the blatant disparity?
Active Catholic Priests      41,500   Do you see how Dolan thinks you're an idiot?

Now for the Unconscionable Manipulator, Cardinal Donald Wuerl

Wuerl was recently a guest writer for the Washington Post.  In his article, he stated
that 65,964 youths across America were sexually abused in 2009.  He then stated
that this was a sobering number, making himself look like a caring man.  Wuerl also
made it look as if there were a pandemic of sexual abuse transpiring throughout the
United States, as if every walk of life were regularly engaging in the sexual abuse of
youth.  Wuerl made it look as if sexual crimes of  priests were not disproportionate
to those of the rest of the population.

Of course, Wuerl failed to delineate the types of sexual abuse and the age group dis-
tribution thereof, as well as the demography of sexual abusers..  Nor did Wuerl state
ratios and percentages.  This means that Wuerl is either a lazy journalist or a deliber-
ate deceiver who wants the facts hidden from you.    Very simply, Wuerl failed to
state that there were 65,964 youths reported as having been sexually abused in a
nation of 74,500,000 youths under the age of 18.

This means that 0.000885 of the youths of America were reported as having been
sexually abused during the Year 2009.   This translates into 1 out of every 1,129
youths.  This also translates into an approximate .09% of the minors in a nation the
size of a continent..  Now, this is NOT 9% of the youth.  Nor is this even .9% of the
youth.  Rather, it's  .09%.   "Point zero nine percent."   Observe:
Total U.S. population of youths between 0 -17 years of age ..... 74,500,000
     Youths reported as having been sexually abused in 2009 ............ 65,964
        Youths NOT reported as having been sexually abused ..... 74,434,036

Visualize this once again

NOT reported as having been sexually abused ... 74,434,036
         reported as having been sexually abused .......... 65,964

Finding a sex abuse victim is like finding a needle in a bail of hay, as opposed find-
ing it in an entire haystack.  Wuerl made it look as if there were a young sex abuse
victim on every block in every town in America.  Predators are much easier to en-
counter, being that they will hunt for youth, by targeting the places that the young
frequent, such as CATHOLIC CHURCHES.  In as much, Wuerl exaggerated, in
using an unconscionable diversionary tactic.


In his article, Donald Wuerl gave tips on what to do.  However, all the tips were
garden variety and common knowledge.   He contributed nothing new.  This is an-
other indication that his intention was to create a diversionary tactic and not to give
humanity rarely known expert knowledge. 

Proof that This Was a Deliberate Diversionary Tactic

The article made the deceptive archbishop of Washington look like a caring man
who stepped up to the plate to offer expertise on the subject, even though he gave
only common knowledge in his tips.  Wuerl's deliberate deception is proven in the
fact that he neglected to mention the number of neglected youths ... of those left to
experience hunger pangs and loneliness on a regular basis.  So, why did Wuerl men-
tion sex abuse casualties and not the casualties of neglect?  Some neglect cases end-
ed up as fatalities.   These cases are heart rending, yet Wuerl seems to care not.

The probable answer as to why Wuerl kept silent about the other forms of abuse
is that disclosing their numbers will make sexual abuse look like much less of an
occurrence.   In the process, Wuerl's diversionary tactic will have less impact when
people realize that the sexual abuse of children is not the pandemic Wuerl made it
out to be.   In as much, here are the 2009 stats on the other forms of child abuse:

Neglect  ...................................    543,035    Wuerl was silent about this statistic.
Physical Abuse  .......................   123,599     Wuerl ignored this painful one, too.
Other Abuse  ............................     66,487     Wuerl never defined what this is.
Sexual Abuse  ..........................     65,964     00.09% of total youth in America.
Psychological Maltreatment  ...     52,532     This is shear terror to any youth.
Medical Neglect .......................    16,837     This is much like physical abuse.

Wuerl also IGNORED the millions of youths locked in sweatshop labor, slave field
work, and even military service throughout the world.  This number is the highest of
all forms of abuse.

In his relatively recent Washington Post article, Cardinal Donald Wuerl's apparent
objective, so it seems, was to use the Washington Post as a dupe, in order to divert
attention away from the inordinately high number of molester priests, and to make it
look as if  "everyone's doing it," when it comes to the sexual abuse of minors.  Well,
everybody's not doing it.  Firstly, it's an unnatural act not common to humanity.  In
order to do such a thing, a person has to already be perverted in his senses and in-
clinations.  Therefore, it isn't a common occurrence for the young to be molested,
as Wuerl was making it out to be.

There was one more thing that the article had the effect of doing.   It served as a di-
version to the adult homosexual activity between seminarians, lay religious known as
brothers, priests, and bishops, as was indicated in the church-approved Marian ap-
parition of Quito, Ecuador.  The article also diverted attention away from the semi-
narians who were sexually harassed and even assaulted. 

Another sign That He Was Deliberately Performing a Diversionary Tactic

The first paragraph of Wuerl's article comprises three sentences and one introduc-
tory heading.  Yet, Wuerl obsessively posted the same one web link three times in
that one small paragraph.   The redundancy was a blatant give-away, revealing an
individual who wants you to go to that particular site only.   The problem with the
web link which Wuerl provided is that it takes you to the main page, and not to
the exact page were one can view the number 65,964.   Therefore, in his article,
Wuerl puts the reader on a wild goose chase. 

A Manipulation and then a Blatant Folly in the Same Paragraph

Cardinal Wuerl stated that many parents were clueless that their children are even
at risk in their own neighborhoods.   Well, according to the true statistics, it isn't
probable that children are regularly in danger in their neighborhoods.  Therefore,
Wuerl is marketing fear, thereby diverting attention away from molester priests.
However, it is true that parents and legal guardians are sometimes the assailants.
Wuerl's article never admits this.   Thus, Wuerl presented a propaganda article
and not an informative one. 

An Additional Propagandist's Lie Told about Wuerl

It was falsely stated at another site that Wuerl had a strong sexual abuse policy for
25 years.   Firstly, there was Donald Wuerl's triple cover-up of Wolk, Pucci, and
Zula.   There was the re-admittance into the ministry of John Hoehl, and then there
was the musical chairs cover-up played with Edward Huff, between St. Louis and
Pittsburgh.  There was also the accusations against a Father Donald Sotak who re-
mained in Wuerl's good graces, while his credible accuser was harrassed out of
diocesan ministry.  Plus, there was the first allegation against a Fr. John Wellinger
which, according to electronic communications shown by its recipient, fell on deaf

Even at the start of the Year 2002, Wuerl had "several" priests in active ministry who
had credible allegations of sexual abuse attached to them.  He gave those priests free
rein until the media exploded with news of the many cover-ups of Catholic bishops.

Even before the Year 2002, there was the Torquato Retaliation that Wuerl ratified,
concerning a former personal secretary who spent years not keeping his hands to
himself.   This isn't all there is to mention, such as the fact that, in 2002, a Petition
for a Writ of Certiorari was filed at the United States Supreme against Wuerl's
Pittsburgh diocese.

The Other Deception in Guest Writer Wuerl's Article

The other deception in the article was Donald Wuerl's photograph.  The angle of
the shot was a steep incline.  This means that it looked as if a photographer of aver-
age height photographed a 6'2" person.   Thus, in his disingenuous sleight of hand
article, Wuerl was trying to make himself look like a giant among men, even in pho-
tograph form.   In tiny Donald Wuerl's case this is an habitual lie, being that he has
obsessively made himself look much taller in his photos than he is in real life.

Now remember, when Wuerl fraudulently makes himself look much taller than he
is, he is trying to intimidate you into never questioning his public sins of negligence,
his policies, and his documented cover-ups.  For the record, Donald Wuerl is a
very tiny statured 5'4."   In fact, the Washington Post described him as a slight
man.   According to multiple yet specific sources, describing Wuerl as a  "man"
would constitute an exaggeration, if and only if those sources were truthful ones.
None the less, Wuerl was the long-term personal secretary of the notorious John
Cardinal Wright.

A long distance runner and former football player once called Wuerl scrawny, in a
voice of shear disappointment, being that he was deceived into assuming that Don-
ald Wuerl was of a stature and athletic ability of a champion.  The long distance
runner was surprised to see how scrawny did describe Wuerl.

In Wuerl's younger days, he literally looked like a clone of  Peter Pan.  More speci-
fically, he looked like the 1962 Jack Frost puppet doll that Domino Sugar would
send to children, in exchange for a couple dollars and a couple box tops.  So, if
you need help in remembering how short and frail Wuerl has been throughout the
decades, remember the phrase, Scrawny Donny, without advertising it.  Just keep
it to yourself, so as to employ a degree of class and discretion.

It gets to be an annoyance to repeatedly see Wuerl continue to disseminate the hoax
about his height, in making himself  look much taller than he is.  This includes him
not objecting to Pittsburgh Post Gazette writer Ann Rodgers lying about his height
and physical stature in print, and in him not objecting to a pagan astrology site who
also stated that he was much taller than he is.  

The height hoax of Wuerl is a sign of long-term vice and vanity.  It's also the sign of
a bishop who wants to intimidate you, in making himself look 6 to 10 inches taller
than he is.  This blatant vice shows extreme immaturity.  Such a person is not fit to
be a bishop.

Keep in mind that it is easy to use an incomplete set of numerical facts to deceive the
public, such as in the sex abuse scandal.  The unconscionable archbishops of today's
church need to realize that there will always be multiple members of the public who
will catch their deceptions, turning such con games into bad public relations incidents.

Wuerl, in his relatively recent article, was basically doing what Joseph McCarthy did
in the 1950s.   Things became so ridiculous during the McCarthy era that a snide slo-
gan developed which stated:   "A communist under every bed and in every govern-
ment office."  Donald Wuerl and Tim Dolan were trying to deceive you into think-
ing that a molester of youth was in every classroom and on every street corner.

The distrust extended toward priests came from the fact that the sexually abusive
ones broke their vows of chastity in the most violent of ways, and then smugly got
away with their crimes a lot of the times, due to bishops without consciences.  How
many priests went through the ordination process while having zero intent to honor
their vows?   Such a thing constitutes fraud.

Back to the Audacious Archbishop Dolan and His Claim

In the Year 2008, there were 35.7 million households that had children living in them
under the age of 18.   Therefore, as an approximation, 74.5 million youths live in one
of 35.7 million homes.  There are approximately 53.5 million youth under 14 years
of age estimated to be living in approximately 27.7 million households.   Therefore,
at least 27.7 million American adults are in close proximity to youths under the age
of 14, serving in the capacity of parent or guardian.  At this point compare the ratio
of teachers, parents, and guardians to Catholic priests.    In light of the fact that some
of these teachers are also parents, we subtract the number of teachers, for the sake
of obtaining a general ball park figure.

Parents or Guardians of Children under 14:  at least 27,700,000
MINUS K-8 School Teachers as of 2008:                   2,388,500
                                                   TOTAL:  at least     25,312,500
                   Active Catholic Priests today:                       41,500

  Parents or Guardians of Children under 18 at least 35,700,000
MINUS K-12 School Teachers as of 2008:                   3,476,200
                                                     TOTAL:  at least     32,233,800

In approximate figures, there were at least 32 million people in close proximity
to youths under 18 years of age, on a daily basis.  Now, in the Year 2009, approxi-
mately 66,000 youths were reported as having been sexually abused.  This means
that, at the very most, 1 in 484 teachers, parents, and legal guardians were
reported as having sexually abused youths under the age of 18, in the Year 2009.
However, a number of households have both parents in them, making the actual
probability of teacher/parent sexual abuse much lower, such as 1 in 600 or 750.

In contrast, the unsubstantiated & uncertified John Jay report set forth statistics
that amount to 1 in 25 priests having sexually abused youths from 1950 to 2002.
This concerns the United States only.  Of course, in stating that the John Jay report
was uncertified as to its data's accuracy, there was conjecture that some of the re-
ported abusers were not counted, meaning that the true ratio might be 1 in 24 or
even more concentrated.   At the least, we have a ballpark figure, even if the bish-
ops were dishonest in supplying the statistical data.

Now, if all of the 66,000 minors were hypothetically abused by teachers only, then
the hypothetical ratio of sexually abusive teachers, alone, would have been 1 in 52.
HOWEVER, according to 2010 statistics, the rate of sexual abuse amongst New
York City School District teachers was 1 in 1,095.  This included cases of verbal
abuse only and cases involving a teacher and a student over the age of consent.

Of course, the sexual abusers of minors include persons other than teachers, parents,
and guardians.  None the less, the unconscionable members of today's hierarchy are
attempting to hypnotize you into thinking that the widespread sexual abuse commit-
ted by priests is of a frequency no different than other segment of society.   They're
attempting to hypnotize you into believing that the rate of abusive clergy members
is within the acceptable range of conduct.   The answer to this is that one young
sexual abuse casualty is unacceptable.  One adult casualty is equally unacceptable.

In the deceivers Dolan and Wuerl we once again see the truth in St John Chrysostom
stating that the Road to Hell is paved with the skulls of bishops.  This includes 5'4" ef-
feminate bishops known for retaliatory conduct and who obsessively spent decades
deceiving people into thinking that they are tall, intimidating, and aesthetic Rocks of

Incidentally, it was revealed by a Pittsburgh diocesan proof reader that the most fre-
quent complaint spoken by Pittsburgh diocesan priests against Wuerl, was,  "Why 
did he get to be a bishop, and not any one of us?"   The answer is that none of
you other priests were the personal secretary of the notorious John Cardinal Wright.

Wuerl rose through the ranks during the era of the Sodomite clergy.  Now, not every-
thing confided to writers and journalists is revealed to the public.  Sometimes, the on-
ly things that the public gets are hints.  Take it from there.