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Massenmord für Fortgeschrittene: Genocide, Inc
« on: August 26, 2010, 09:36:58 PM »

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Re: Massenmord für Fortgeschrittene: Genocide, Inc
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2012, 10:27:31 PM »

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Re: Massenmord für Fortgeschrittene: Genocide, Inc
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2015, 05:51:36 AM »

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Re: Massenmord für Fortgeschrittene: Genocide, Inc
« Reply #3 on: May 29, 2016, 08:54:18 AM »

Das ist echter Schulstoff!
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Re: Massenmord für Fortgeschrittene: Genocide, Inc
« Reply #4 on: January 31, 2017, 12:12:45 PM »

Religion is war.

Religion never was anything else but war.
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Remains found of hundreds of children the church murdered in Ireland
« Reply #5 on: March 04, 2017, 09:30:44 PM »

The Irish church is what is behind the door of hell.

Department of Children
and Youth Affairs,
43-49 Mespil Rd, Dublin 4. D04 YP52
FREEPOST F5055
Tel: +353 1 647 3000
https://www.dcya.gov.ie/


https://www.dcya.gov.ie/viewdoc.asp?Docid=4142&CatID=11&mn=&StartDate=1+January+2017

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Department of Children and Youth Affairs

Minister Zappone makes statement on Excavations on site of
former Mother and Baby Home Site, Tuam


Friday 3rd March, 2017

Katherine Zappone TD, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs today commented on the finding of human remains on the site of the former Mother and Baby Home in Tuam, Co. Galway.  This follows work by the Commission on Mother and Baby Homes which carried out planned excavations there.

The Minister said:
“This is very sad and disturbing news.  It was not unexpected as there were claims about human remains on the site over the last number of years. 
Up to now we had rumours. Now we have confirmation that the remains are there, and that they date back to the time of the Mother and Baby Home, which operated in Tuam from 1925 to 1961.”

The Minister said that we must respond sensitively and respectfully to the situation.  She said that her Department had brought together all of the key Departments and agencies to set out a way forward.  This will include the following:
-    The Commission will continue its work under its terms of reference, including such matters as post mortem practices and procedures, reporting and burial arrangements for residents of Mother and Baby Homes

-    The Coroner for North Galway will take the steps he deems necessary under his independent statutory functions
-    Galway County Council will engage with the Commission in relation to the immediate next steps on the site
-    Galway County Council will engage with local residents and other interested parties on what should happen next in relation to the remains
-    There will be an information line for factual information, and a service for those who feel personally affected by the news.

Minister Zappone added:
“Today is about remembering and respecting the dignity of the children who lived their short lives in this Home.  We will honour their memory and make sure that we take the right actions now to treat their remains appropriately.”

ENDS//
Note to Editors
There is dedicated Telephone Information line being made available for people seeking further information over the coming days.  Those seeking factual information may contact the Information Line:
Telephone 01-6473118 / 01-6473232 during Monday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm and Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm.
Anyone affected can also directly contact the HSE information line on 1850-241-850.
 
Information/FAQs
https://www.dcya.gov.ie/viewdoc.asp?fn=/documents/mother_and_baby_homes/20170303InfoAndFAQFinal.pdf

Background Note
https://www.dcya.gov.ie/documents/mother_and_baby_homes/20170303BackgroundNote.pdf
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https://www.dcya.gov.ie/viewdoc.asp?fn=/documents/mother_and_baby_homes/20170303InfoAndFAQFinal.pdf
https://www.dcya.gov.ie/documents/mother_and_baby_homes/20170303InfoAndFAQFinal.pdf
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Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes confirms the presence of human
remains on the site of the former Tuam Mother and Baby Home

INFORMATION SHEET

3 March 2017

1. What is the being announced today in relation to the Commission of Investigation into
Mother and Baby Homes?
The Commission has informed Dr Katherine Zappone, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs,
that its investigations have now confirmed the presence of human remains on the site of the
former Mother and Baby Home in Tuam, Co. Galway. The Commission has published this
information on its website this morning.
This news confirms the various sources of information which had strongly indicated that
deceased residents of the home were buried on the site. Establishing the truth in relation to
these suspicions was one of the reasons for setting up the Commission of Investigation in the
first place.
The reality of this news is very disturbing and will touch everyone’s heart. Importantly, the
findings trace the remains specifically to the period of the Home’s operation, rather than to
earlier times in our history such as during the Famine. The State’s primary concern now is to
ensure that the dignity of the deceased children who lived their short lives in this home is
respected and recognised.
2. How did the Commission identify the presence of human remains?
The Commission conducted a series of geophysical surveys and test excavations. This testing
identified two large sub-surface structures, one filled with rubble and covered with top soil and
a separate long structure which is divided into 20 chambers. The Commission has not yet
determined what the purpose of this structure was but it appears to be related to the
treatment/containment of sewage and/or waste water. It is important to stress that the
Commission has not yet determined if this was ever used for this purpose.
The Commission has partially opened 20 of the underground chambers and reports that human
remains are visible in 17 of the 20 chambers. The Commission believes there are a significant
number of children’s remains in these chambers. The Commission recovered a small number of
juvenile remains and determined that these remains were of children with age-at-death ranges
from approximately between 35 foetal weeks to 2 to 3 years. Radiocarbon dating of the
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recovered samples suggest that the remains date from the timeframe relevant to the operation
of the Mother and Baby Home (from 1925 – 1961). Further scientific tests are being conducted
by the Commission.
3. Is there any indication of the number of children buried at this site?
The Commission believes the number is significant. We do know that the General Registrar’s
Office has records relating to the deaths of 796 children who died at the Tuam home during the
36 years in which the Home was in operation. The death certificates indicate the children died
from a variety of natural causes. We do not know how many of these children’s remains may be
buried on the site.
The Commission has not made any finding in this regard. The Commission’s is conducting
further scientific tests on the samples already recovered and its investigations are on-going.
4. Will further investigations be made into these burials?
Having been notified by the Commission of its discoveries, the Coroner for North Galway will
consider what steps may be necessary and appropriate in accordance with his statutory
functions, on the basis of the information now made available.
The Coroner has legal responsibility for investigating sudden, unexplained and unnatural deaths
in the public interest. He is of course independent in the discharge of these functions. It is open
to the coroner to call on the support of the Gardaí and any other authorities as he may deem
necessary.
The local Coroner was aware of the Commission’s work and visited the site in the course of the
Commission’s excavations.
5. What happens next?
The Minister for Children and Youth Affairs has coordinated a series of actions with relevant
departments and agencies to ensure that there is an appropriate and respectful response to the
discovery. Firstly, as outlined above, the Coroner for North Galway will consider what steps may
be necessary and appropriate in accordance with his statutory functions, on the basis of the
information now made available
Secondly, Galway County Council will engage with the Commission in relation to the next steps
on the site, now that the Commission’s excavations have been concluded. Importantly, the site
has been made secure pending any further decision.
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Thirdly, and critically, Galway County will engage with local residents and other interested
parties on what should happen next in relation to the remains. The Government is acutely
conscious of the sensitivities that will arise in this regard, and it is appreciated that there may
be sincerely held but differing views on what is the best way forward. Without being in any
way prescriptive about this matter, the Government is very anxious to ensure that all decisions
are taken in an appropriate, respectful manner that honours the dignity of those whose
remains are interred there. The question of an appropriate form of memorial or memorial rite
will perhaps also arise in this context.
6. Who decides on exhumations and any further forensic testing?
These are two separate issues. If there is reason to believe that there were deaths which may
have occurred in a violent or unnatural manner, it will be a matter for the Coroner and Gardaí
to pursue.
Separately, a decision will have to be taken whether the remains should be reinterred
elsewhere and a process is required around that decision and any further testing which may be
considered viable.
7. What is known about the history of this site?
The site is on lands in the ownership of Galway County Council. The former Mother and Baby
Home was run by the Bon Secours Sisters from 1925-1961 in what was previously a workhouse
dating back to famine times. In the 1970’s the former home was demolished to make way for a
local authority housing estate. The remaining grounds from the former site now encompass a
small memorial garden which is maintained by local residents, green spaces and a children’s
playground.
8. What further investigations are being undertaken by the Commission?
While the Commission has concluded its work in relation to the excavations at Tuam, it has not
yet reached any formal conclusions about the site, such as whether the burial arrangements
were in line with the laws or practices of that time – which would of course be very different
today. The Commission will continue its wider work on such matters as post mortem practices
and procedures, reporting and burial arrangements for residents of Mother and Baby Homes.
The Commission was anxious to bring this information to our attention now, but it will continue
its work in relation to its overall terms of reference, including the wider practices and
procedures that were applied to burials and other matters relating to deaths that occurred in
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these homes. Given the on-going independent statutory investigation, it is essential not to preempt
the outcome of these investigations. The Commission must be given the opportunity to
complete its investigations and to issue its report in accordance with the legal framework under
which it was established.
9. Will the burial sites associated with other mother and baby homes and county homes
be excavated?
The Commission’s terms of reference require it to examine the reporting of deaths and burial
arrangements in relation to the 14 named homes. The Commission’s investigations are ongoing
and I am satisfied that the Commission has sufficient powers, expertise and resources to make
a determination on these matters.
10. Where can I get further information and support?
There is dedicated telephone Information line being made available for people seeking further
information over the coming days. Those seeking factual information may contact the
Department of Children and Youth Affairs Information Line @ Tel: 01-6473118 or 01-6473232
during Monday to Friday 9.30am to 5pm and Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm (4th and
5th March).
There is also telephone line available for people seeking details of support available to those
affected by these issues. Those seeking such information may telephone the HSE National
Information Line; Low Call Telephone 1850 24 1850 during Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm and
Saturday 10am -5pm
Anyone affected can also directly contact the CONNECT free telephone out of hours telephone
counselling and support service where they can talk in confidence with a trained counsellor.
The CONNECT out of hours service is contactable at Freephone 1800 477 477 from the Republic
of Ireland. Its services will be available on Friday 3rd March, Saturday 4th March and Sunday
5th March from 5pm -12am and then from Mon 6th March – Fri 10th March 6pm -10pm.
Any person seeking adoption information and tracing information may wish to visit the
following sites:
The Adoption Authority of Ireland - www.aai.gov.ie , or
TUSLA (Child and Family Agency) - www.tusla.ie
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ADDITIONAL CONTACT DETAILS
Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes and certain related Matters
Confidential Freephone (ROI only):1800 80-66-88
Confidential Freephone Outside ROI: +353-1-6445088
Email: info@mbhcoi.ie
Galway North Coroner
Dr. Val Costello
Headford Health Centre
Co. Galway
Phone: 093 35740
Fax: 093 36012
Email: drvalcostello@gmail.com
Galway County Council
Phone: +353 (0)91 509000
Email: customerservices@galwaycoco.ie
Media:
Department of Children and Youth Affairs
Press Office
Tel: +353 1 647-3153 (Monday-Friday) / 087 2294881
Media@dcya.gov.ie
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Adoption Information and Tracing Information:
Any person seeking adoption information and tracing information may wish to visit the
following sites:
The Adoption Authority of Ireland - www.aai.gov.ie , or
TUSLA (Child and Family Agency) - www.tusla.ie
These contact details and other information related to the Commission are available on the
website of the Department of Children and Youth affairs at www.dcya.gov.ie
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https://www.dcya.gov.ie/documents/mother_and_baby_homes/20170303BackgroundNote.pdf

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Commission of Investigation
(Mother and Baby Homes and certain related Matters)


Legal Framework and Terms of Reference

 The Commission was established by Government Order in February 2015 to investigate
concerns related to the institutional care of unmarried mothers and their babies during
the period 1922 to 1998 (S.I. No 57 of 2015). The Commission is tasked with providing a
full account of what happened to vulnerable women and children in these institutions.
 The three person Commission comprises Judge Yvonne Murphy (Chair), Dr William
Duncan, and Professor Mary E Daly. The Commission has been tasked with reporting on
its findings by 17 Feb 2018 (a three year period).
 These matters came to public attention following the disturbing reports of high
mortality rates and possible mass graves on the grounds of the former Mother and Baby
Home in Tuam Co. Galway.
 The scope of the Commission’s remit includes several specific areas of practice and
procedure in the care, welfare, entry arrangements and exit pathways for the women
and children who were residents of 14 named institutions and the representative
sample of County Homes identified by the Commission.
 The Commissions of Investigation Act 2004 provides an effective mechanism to
investigate complex and sensitive matters of significant public concern. The Act gives the
Commission robust powers to compel persons to produce information and answer
questions. It is important to recognise that a statutory Commission is fully independent
in the conduct of its investigations. The precise timing and approach to the gathering
and examination of evidence are matters for the Commission to decide and progress.
 The Government is satisfied that the Commission has sufficient scope and powers to
examine the broad range of public concerns, and to make a determination on their
relevance to the central issues in question, and where appropriate to make any
recommendations to Government which the Commission deems necessary.
What specific concerns is the Commission investigating?
 The primary focus of the investigation is on the experiences of women and children who
lived in Mother and Baby Homes over the period 1922-1998.
 The following matters are being investigated:
o Entry arrangements and exit pathways of single women;
o Living conditions and care arrangements in these institutions;
o Mortality among mothers and children; causes, circumstances and rates;
o Post-mortem practices and procedures; reporting, burial arrangements and the
transfer of remains for anatomical examination;
o Compliance with relevant regulatory and ethical standards in relation to systemic
vaccine trials conducted on children in these homes;
o Entry arrangements and exit pathways for mothers and children leaving
institutions, patterns of referral and relevant relationships with other entities, and
o The extent to which any group of residents may have systematically been treated
differently on any grounds including race, religion, traveller identity or disability.
o In addition to the main investigation methods, the established Confidential
Committee forum allows former residents to provide accounts of their experience
in private. Alongside this, the Social History module is being progressed to provide
context through an analysis of key issues.
What Institutions Are Included?
The list of 14 named Mother and Baby Homes is as follows:
1. Ard Mhuire, Dunboyne, Co Meath;
2. Belmont (Flatlets), Belmont Ave, Dublin 4;
3. Bessboro House, Blackrock, Cork;
4. Bethany Home, originally Blackhall Place, Dublin 7 and from 1934 Orwell Road,
Rathgar, Dublin 6;
5. Bon Secours Mother and Baby Home, Tuam, Co. Galway;
6. Denny House, Eglington Rd, Dublin 4, originally Magdalen Home, 8 Lr Leeson St,
Dublin 2;
7. Kilrush, Cooraclare Rd, Co. Clare;
8. Manor House, Castlepollard, Co Westmeath;
9. Ms. Carr’s (Flatlets), 16 Northbrook Rd, Dublin 6;
10. Regina Coeli Hostel, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7;
11. Sean Ross Abbey, Roscrea, Co Tipperary;
12. St. Gerard’s, originally 39, Mountjoy Square, Dublin 1,
13. St. Patrick’s, Navan Road, Dublin 7, originally known as Pelletstown; and subsequent
transfer to Eglington House, Eglington Rd, Dublin 4, and
14. The Castle, Newtowncunningham, Co. Donegal.
County Homes
The Commission was also asked to choose a representative sample of those County Homes
which provided similar type of services as a considerable focus of their operations. Four
County Homes have been selected by the Commission as a representative sample:
 1) St Kevin's Institution, Dublin (aka Dublin Union)
 2) Stranorlar County Home, Co Donegal (aka St. Joseph's)
 3) Cork City County Home (aka St. Finbarr's)
 4) Thomastown County Home, Co Kilkenny (aka St Columba's)
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Re: Massenmord für Fortgeschrittene: Genocide, Inc
« Reply #6 on: August 07, 2019, 12:56:26 AM »

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« Reply #7 on: August 29, 2021, 01:09:07 PM »

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