Cardinal Brady’s gang ran truth out of Ireland

Writer Gordon Thomas was a far saintlier man than Cardinal Seán Brady.

The Irish prelate was a ghoul who haunted young children.

He scared kiddies out of their skins so as to keep foul men in power.

Brady lived an anti-Jesus life, while the late great Gordon Thomas walked with Christ as Gordon was guided by truth.

While Gordon spent a life fighting to reveal truth in his 50 books and countless newspaper reports from across the world, Brady plagued little children.

Brady willingly went against God’s words such as in Mark 9:42 “Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to stumble, it would be better for him to have a large millstone hung around his neck and to be thrown into the sea.”

Brady, in his role as inquisitor of the innocent and the torturer of youngsters went directly against the Lord’s word.

What awaits Cardinal Brady has been explained in Luke: 17:2 “It would be better for him to have a millstone hung around his neck and to be thrown into the sea than to cause one of these little ones to stumble.”

Gordon Thomas spent a life uncovering facts, revealing the truth about corrupt politicians, bent businessmen, state torturers, and Catholic Church fiends.

Gordon walked in truth. And truth set him free.

But Brady only admitted the truth when he was caught.

Cardinal Seán Brady told the historical abuse inquiry in Northern Ireland in 2015 that Catholic clerics kept investigations into pervert priest Fr Brendan Smyth secret so as to protect the Catholic Church’s ‘good name’.

The Irish cardinal admitted that Catholic inquiries into the child rapist Fr. Smyth were only to protect the Church.

Brady denied my report in the Sunday Mirror about him holding an inquisition into two youngsters who were sexually abused by the monster Fr. Brendan Smyth.

Brady scared the young ones not to tell about the abuse by Fr. Smyth on them so as to save the Church’s name.

Brady acted like an arch-criminal. He didn’t care about the abuse of the children or their life-long suffering.

He was only interested in maintaining Catholic Church control over the Irish.

Brady was part of the Hierarchy that went after me for uncovering that story.

They tried to take my home in Co Clare off me.

When my story was published I was told by a Dublin editor that I would never work again in Irish journalism.

One Dublin journalist spat on me for writing ‘lies’ about Cardinal Brady.

Others turned their backs on me when I walked into a room.

They didn’t wish to be seen with me. They claimed I was a ‘lair’ who was only out to destroy the Catholic Church.

I worked to help the children. They came first. They were the story. They were the victims. The children were the innocents.

But Brady’s henchmen sent the police to my home to scare me off from writing stories about pervert priests who had run wild plaguing Ireland.

Brady’s fellow Catholic gangsters in Opus Dei threatened to wipe me out of journalism forever.

A rogue priest told me that Brady and his gang would murder me.

My wife was attacked. My daughter targeted.

Finally Brady and his mobsters ruined my life in journalism, because they were behind fake charges brought against me in Killaloe Court in County Clare in 2011.

Perjury was committed against me.

The Catholic Church, Brady’s bunch, finally ran me out of Ireland.


Because I wrote the truth.

As Gordon Thomas did.

But Brady’s gang did everything they could to run Gordon out of Ireland.

Without Gordon Thomas, and brave reporter Chris Moore, Brady’s gang would still be running Ireland, and the young Irish would not have the freedoms they now enjoy.

It took a few brave people to stop the rot of Brady and his gang, and to win those freedoms for the new Irish.

Here is a news report:

Henry McDonald Ireland correspondent

Thursday 25 June 2015 11.17 EDT

Last modified on Thursday 25 June 2015 12.08 EDT

Senior figures in Ireland’s Catholic church set up inquiries into historical sexual abuse by solely to protect the church from scandal, the former leader of Ireland’s Catholics has admitted.

Dr Seán Brady, the former primate of All Ireland, told an inquiry into historical abuse on Thursday that he and other Catholic clerics were sworn to secrecy about these tribunals so that the “good name” of the church could be protected.

Brady was giving evidence on Thursday at the historical abuse inquiry in Northern Ireland, a wideranging investigation into the abuse of children at state and church-run care homes and other institutions across the region.

The retired cleric’s evidence focused on the scandal surrounding Father Brendan Smyth, a serial child rapist who continued to abuse for decades after the church first learned that he was a paedophile.

The cardinal has faced heavy criticism for keeping secret a meeting in 1975 between senior clerics and victims of Smyth, Ireland’s most notorious paedophile priest whom the inquiry was told earlier this week possibly abused hundreds of children.

Although the Catholic hierarchy knew about Smyth’s abuse in the mid-70s they failed to report it to the police in Northern Ireland. Instead, the church moved Smyth around parishes and even hospital chaplaincies for two decades while he raped and abused children in Ireland, Britain and the US.

Asked why the 1975 meeting in County Armagh was kept secret, Brady told the inquiry, sitting at Banbridge courthouse in Co Down: “There was a shroud of secrecy and confidentiality with a view not to destroying the good name of the church.

“The scandal that somebody who was ordained to serve people should so abuse the trust for their own pleasure was appalling and it was. To offset that, the scandal was kept a secret – very, very secret. Everybody involved would be bound to secrecy too.”

Although Brady was the notetaker for the church at the meeting with two teenage victims of Smyth, he never spoke publicly about it until newspaper reports revealed his role in the encounter nearly 30 years later. The cardinal never passed on the recorded evidence the two young people gave the church leaders in 1975 to police on either side of the Irish border.

Brady told the inquiry that he was motivated by an anxiety to stop the sex offender but acknowledged that little or no consideration was given to the effects on the victims – instead the focus was on the offending priest.

The cardinal said: “I have reflected a lot on this. The reasons for such an inquiry would be to assess the impact of the scandal – the scandal being the unspeakable crime being committed against a minor.”

The evidence emerging in relation to Smyth from the inquiry, chaired by retired judge Sir Anthony Hart, has also put the Irish state in the dock for the first time. On Wednesday, it was revealed that the Garda Síochána and the Republic’s health service had been aware of allegations about the priest abusing children in Finglas, north Dublin, as far back as 1973. Neither Gardaí or health officials acted on the evidence, leaving Smyth free to abuse children until his arrest in 1994.

It is understood that victims of the paedophile priest are now considering suing the Irish state as a result of these specific revelations. Smyth was jailed for abusing more than 100 children in both the Republic and Northern Ireland over a period of 40 years. In 1997 he died in prison of a heart attack.