by LadyKiwi » Mon Dec 18, 2017 5:28 am
Grandfather watched to see if his child was abusing son
JONO GALUSZKA AND MIRI SCHROETER
Last updated 16:47, December 18 2017
The man recalled fond memories with his son, such as building a tandem bike. He said the relationship was good about 85 per cent of the time.
The pair would fight the rest of the time and his son would lash out and slap him, he said.
His son was violent, and had a drug and alcohol problem, he said.
“My heart always went out to the boy.”
On one occasion police were called to a family barbecue after his son began acting violently.
The father recalled restraining him with the help of family before the police arrived.
“It was really gut-wrenching.
“We were very concerned that [he] was going to hurt himself or somebody else.”
In 2014, his son, who is now in his 20s, rang him to ask for money for food and accommodation.
His son had told him he was living on the street, had a drug and alcohol problem, and he wanted to come home.
“I love my son very much, but I couldn’t. I wasn’t prepared to give him money to fund his addicitons.”
The man also didn’t let his son live with him as he said it went against his parole conditions from when he was charged with marital rape. He previously pleaded guilty and was jailed for raping his wife.
end quote (my bold)
Exclusive Brethren parent who’s already charged with rape (guilt admitted), comes from a separatist cult ,group that supposedly “need” to live-separate lives, so as purge themselves from contact with evil (Purge from evil, an “epic fail” considering these details.And even so, one that families are still torn apart over? )
The son would seem ( the way i read it) to deal with mood swings, anger drug and alcohol problem an acts violent
An Brethren granddad says how he’s never seen nothing (in regard to sex abuse with the grandson). But then,did he see evidence of the son’s mothers rape either ?. An beside can we be sure that he would-have reported it, if he had?
Cannot help wondering ?
1.If there has indeed been this “Brethren-tendency” to want to “cover up” evidence of this kind of immoral behavior so as to try to “help protect” the Brethren public image (IE “separation purity” ).
2.An good evidence available to help suggest, yes indeed there does seem to be this kind of culture, and at top upper level of their “religious mafia” (check it out here Brethren witness paid to remain silent )
Think about it
They (the exclusive brethren so called Christians) have good reason to want to protect the purity image .Don’t they?. Or otherwise the general public might soon also begin to start to really question ,in regard to whether its actually of any real value, that some families are needing to be torn apart over it
That’s one reason
Bruce Hales sure as hell has his own good reason too to try an help uphold this public image too. Doesn’t he ? (after all its his church-cash cow to milk for all its worth (“Charity status” = money for jam@ expense of the general public fools who are still gullible enough to freely allow it)
And that’s another manipulative reason
And truth be known. Perhaps Granddad would be far to fearful to even dare to report anything to the police authority anyway ? (IE:when the cults excommunication/shunning tool, always stands posed and ready 24/7 for continued use against any “would be whistle-blowers”).The grandson/son has already pointed this fact out within earlier court proceedings (there’s evidence he had within new reports available within the wikipeebia thread which readers can still reference)
Surely there comes a time when general society need to start to look at the track record ?
Its “general cult practice” to deny “systematic failure”
Dad and Granddad would seem to be suggesting that all the acts of moodiness and anger and alcohol and drug abuse and so forth, should therefore also necessarily need to poise the son in a bad “character reference” light
I’d question jumping to “this conclusion”
Consider this angle below first
Signs of childhood sexual abuse in Adult Survivors
-Dissociation, or feeling detached, confused, or feeling like your reality is not the same as everyone else’s are quite common feelings.
– You may experience trouble with trust, whether it be not finding yourself able to trust, or trusting too easily.
-You may have trouble establishing boundaries in relationships due to the fact that your boundaries were compromised at a young age.
-You may experience flashbacks to the event(s) that happened to you.
-Many people feel the need to self medicate with drugs, alcohol or other addictions as a coping mechanism.
-Low self esteem is common in adult survivors.
-You may experience isolation, or a fear of intimacy with partners.
-Many people try to cope through promiscuous sexual activity.
-Many people contemplate or attempt suicide or self injury.
-Eating disorders may be experienced.
-Sometimes adult survivors experience sexual dysfunction, or a lack of interest/pleasure in sex.
-Adult survivors are often susceptible to repeat victimizations because they are sometimes more likely to “accept” being a victim.
-Victims often anticipate an early death.
-Extreme anxiety or panic attacks are often caused by childhood sexual abuse.
-Difficulty concentrating, comprehending, or answering simple questions are symptoms.
-Many experience feelings of social withdrawal, or the inability to relate to others.
-Sometimes adult survivors have sexual fantasies about raping or abusing others.
-The opposite is also true – many experience fantasies about being raped, tortured, or abused.
-Fear of medical procedures is common.
-Constant grief or mourning are common among adult survivors of sexual abuse because of the loss of innocent, childhood, normal relationships as a child, and trust.
-Guilt may be felt due to the fact that you possibly experienced physical pleasure at the time of the abuse.
-The silence that surrounds abuse can lead to feelings of shame.
-Depression is common.
-Feelings of extreme anger or inexplicable rage are very common.
-Gastrointestinal distress, nausea, and chronic pelvic pain can be present.
-Headaches are common among survivors.
-Asthma and/or breathing problems can occur.
-Unreleased stress can lead to back or skeletal pain.
-Sexual arousal, desire or orgasm, is sometimes reported to be connected with physical pain or discomfort.
-Victims are twice as likely to be smokers, and more likely to be physically inactive and overweight/obese.
-Severe gag reflex has been reported, even when nothing is in the mouth.
Notice how these “characteristic” (describe by the eb parent), can also be in fact some prime “comparable adult symptom of sex abuse”
Specifically for instance
: self medicate with drugs, alcohol or other addictions as a coping mechanism
: Feelings of extreme anger or inexplicable rage are very common
Then there’s things like loss of trust,to consider . Agonizing over loss of normal family relationships,offering reason to perhaps help explain why survivors might still refrain from contacting authorities “quickly” . And so on
An besides .I can conclude and say myself (from experience) that i too have also experienced “some” of the listed symptom above within this list.
Exclusive Brethren are the very last people i’d ever agree to trust now.For even my own experience taught me. Their (the “Christian” brethren) track record already proves them to often be very-untrustworthy people (my personal experience can be matched with other publicly available good-evidence. See MICHAEL BACHELARD exposure for instance http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/australia/98220593/Potential-witness-in-Exclusive-Brethren-sex-abuse-case-paid-to-remain-silent )
I believe that i could post one of the Brethren address book (if i had one in my possession) like what possibly Laurie might have went to jail over (you can read information about it here on Lauries blog http://laurencemoffitt.blogspot.co.nz/2017/12/the-farce.html) . I doubt Bruce Hales the “bumbling review wrecker” would try to set his brethren “poodle” watch dogs onto me
The Brethren (must realize) cannot escape the obvious fact (by now) that evidence has been mounting up. Too many cans of worms (to need to deal with) are been opened already
Silly Bruce Hales. The bumbling fool . He had a chance to make things right (within the review past) but being a money-glutton (that he quite obviously is) he “bumbled-it” like a real-great-fool, an already blew that chance
Now he has “got himself” stuck-fast between a rock an a hard place
If he ever tries to hold another review, again? . He also would need to admit as well (to exclusive Brethren-folk) how he had bumbled the “first review” like a real great fool
Brethren “elect vessel” (Gods messenger type thing) are supposed to not ever make such idiotic grave mistakes