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What was the Real Agenda of the Media and VOTF?

By Fred Martinez

The media created uproar over the sex abuse scandal that started in Boston was not to protect children.

It is true that there is a scandal created by the majority of US Bishops which is centered on homosexual sex abuse of boys and male teens who make up 80% of the cases in the scandal. But the media, the majority of the US Catholic Bishops and Voice of the Faithful united to cover-up the fact that the vast majority of victims were abused by gays.

Fr. Robert Carr who serves St. Benedict's Parish in Somerville, MA, believes that the reason the Boston media started the crisis and pro-gay groups like the mass media as well as VOTF continued the uproar over the sex abuse scandal (with the necessary, gay cover-up) was "money."

"Now it is time to tell you the rest of the story. Those seeking to make lots and lots of money on embryonic stem cell research knew that Cardinal Law would be a problem. They, working with priests who did not like his stand on homosexuality, decided to come up with a sex abuse crisis to force him out. They modeled it on the removal of Cardinal Cody in the 1970's" said Rev. Carr.

"So you had radical members of the Democratic Party at Harvard, Radical Theologians at BC, angry priests, a few trial lawyers and a newspaper that wanted to make it big. Add a multimillionaire who was pulling the strings to get Law out of the way of his making millions on stem cell research a bunch of non-profits promised donations if they helped lobby against Law." [http://www.angelfire.com/ma4/cathedral/catholicismanew/index.blog?entry_id=1159134]

I was receiving numerous emails from a Voice of the Faithful fanatic claiming I was part of the bishops conspiracy and only VOTF cared about the victims. In his last email he said:"STICK TO THE SUBJECT. THE SUBJECT IS MONEY, MONEY, MONEY AND THE BISHOPS' LUST FOR IT."

So I send him Father Carr’s It All Comes Out in the Wash article. After numerous emails he stopped sending nonsense because he knew Carr had caught onto VOTF’s game. Carr carefully enumerates who is behind VOTF:

-"Well the Boston Globe has finally published what I knew would eventually come out. The whole gay rights thing in regard to adoptions had nothing to do with rights and everything to do with money. The United Way was calling the shots and demanding the gay adoptions as a condition of Catholic Charities receiving their money $1.4 million.

-"Now let me give you another line to draw. You can draw a line that connects the resignation of Cardinal Law, The United Way and Catholic Charities to one man: that man is Paul LaCamera. One of the men who walked out of Catholic Charities last Ash Wednesday. The LaCamera was the first to call for Cardinal Law to resign and then used his position at WCVB-TV to promote VOTF. He is on the board of directors at the United Way."

-"BU is where David D'Alessandro is Chairman of the Board...D'Alessandro is a story all by himself. Suffice it to say, he lobbied for the removal of Cardinal D'Alessandro headed the search committee for the new BU president. Now he is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of BU. Where, as Howie Carr would say, after a nationwide search, they found Paul LaCamera to be the man to run WBUR...BU is also home of VOTF's Longest serving President." [http://www.angelfire.com/ma4/cathedral/catholicismanew/index.blog?entry_id=1159134]

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