Dec 072010
 

Tony Walsh, former priest, rapist and Elvis impersonator with the All-Priests Show was finally jailed yesterday for sexually abusing and raping children.  Walsh played loud Elvis music to drown the screams of his victims and when one child’s mother reported his crimes, another singing priest and abusive bastard, Michael Cleary – a frequent guest on the Late Late Show – called to the house and told the woman that the offender was sorry for what he had done.  He then, bizarrely, took the child aside for sex instruction.

Walsh’s fellow priests knew he was a rapist.  His bishops knew he was a rapist.  One of them, Kavanagh, dismissed the child’s mother, saying “these things happen” before offering the woman his ring to kiss.  The miserable old bastard.

The entire Dublin archdiocese was devoid of morality, from top to bottom, and yet at the same time was happy to lecture a whole country on sexual morality.

Just to remind you what a strange country this was, as recently as 1994, have a look at these idiots at an All-Priests Show recorded by Michael Palin.

  39 Responses to “The All-Priests Show and Tony Walsh, Rapist and Elvis Impersonator”

Comments (39)
  1.  

    Wankers

  2.  

    Tim,

    All irony aside, it’s a great shame that the bastards didn’t just stick to wanking.

  3.  

    It seems to be that unfortunate Irish trait of ceding power and authority to various wankers including the catholic church.The Guards knew well what was going on,but they would’nt rock the boat in case their own rackets were exposed.The so-called “good” clergy also knew but did nothing either.When you look back,it looks like another form of conspiracy by a priviledged few at the expense of ordinary families and children.Sound familiar?

  4.  

    The arrogance of the bastards is mind numbing.There is even a case where the Gardai called off a child murder investigation when all the evidence pointed towards a priest.What a sick fucking country.

  5.  

    I remember that case,a little girl on a bicycle.The guards dropped the investigation and the priest was sent abroad.

  6.  

    What about the boys parents who beat him when he went to them.? This whole society was fupped up, probably still is.

  7.  

    Yeah, but you gotta remember these guys gave great Mass.

  8.  

    And how in the name of Jaysus (or Brian) could MIchael Palin divest himself of all that wicked Pythonesque sense of the ridiculous in order to fraternise with that crowd?

  9.  

    Yes, ellie, and there is little hope for this society to be anything other than “fupped up” so long as the organisation responsible for crimes against children and the systemic covering up of those crimes, the Catholic Church, continues to control most of Irish primary and secondary education.

  10.  

    I think its safe to say I am quite the admirer of this site and have taken a lot from Bock and his contributers.
    I now feel I must take a break and enter some state of solitude as my rage is starting to impinge on my breathing.

    Yes, Here is another vile bastard devoid of a modicum of conscience or remorse, Hidden and protected by his cohorts, Whose only interest is protecting the big business of mother church.

    This post brought to the forefront the rage I was managing to control after one of my daughters walked out of a school meeting last week, When the man who hides his prejudice and judgement stood up and announced that he realised the church had suffered quite a blow due to the behaviour of some of its members but went on to say precisely whats in Bocks post ” These things happen ” !!
    He want on to say, I quote here “It has been scientifically proved that people who undergo transplant surgery have a 78% better chance of survival if they have a strong faith in god ”
    That did it for me, I dont trust myself if I see him, I am imposing solitude on myself, Cant take any more.

  11.  

    just how may more of these cunts are still out there.

  12.  

    Convenient of us to blame the clergy. I hear incest is a proportionately bigger problem in this country than others. Irish society was extremely sick, so sick that that some parents would beat their children when the child told them of their abuse at the hands of their ‘friendly’ priest. Shame on them also.

  13.  

    I think we can safely blame the clergy in this case, since it was a priest raping the children.

  14.  

    All this starts in the culture of the seminaries. Just because someone is promoted to a bishopric, a monseigneurship etc doesn’t mean he wasn’t one of them. They are all in it together. We cannot assume that the higher-ups didn’t partake in their turn. Hence the silence and inaction.

  15.  

    ellie @ 11 you are correct in your comment about incest in Ireland and its nothing new.Even the Normans were horrified by it when they came here in the 12th century.

  16.  

    Very funny Bock (12) Yes, large portions (larger than we think) of Irish society may have had/still have in pockets, an enmeshed culture of using their children as sexual playthings, but it does seem that the clergy were the ‘forerunners’ in all this. In a society that bowed so low to the church as THE authority in it’s citizens lives, and given that that authority had endemic beliefs of ‘right’ on the side of terrorising children, ran organised rings of abuse with children in the community/in care, it can hardly be deemed surprising that so much systematic inter-familial child sex abuse was/is prevelant in recent society up until now.

    We are just seeing the tip of the iceberg. And there is so much horror that has never and will never come out. A lot of the victims are dead, and a lot will never ever talk.

  17.  

    @William – that is a very upsetting fact. Just shows there’s more to this problem in this country and we need to look further than the clergy. A woman from the ISPCC told me Ireland was particularly bad for incest at a lecture I attended. The notion of shame, and saving face is big in the East, but we here take it too far. Whatever you say, say nothing, seems to be a problem in this country with the victim feeling shame for exposing wrong doing rather than the perpetrator.

  18.  

    ellie yes there is no doubt but that it goes beyond the clergy here althought they have been the worst,probably because of the power they have wielded.It is sad here that the victims take on the shame and guilt that their assailants should feel.It has a lot to do with the sense of being powerless that society has imposed on them for so long by refusing to listen to them or treating them as the” wrongdoers”.Yes in the East losing face is a big issue but being wronged by someone there usually leads to a desire to restore honour by revenge.Incidentaly I noticed when living in the Philippines many priests usually foreign ones were being ambushed and killed for unknown reasons.

  19.  

    William (post 14), I wouldn’t take every claim by Geraldis Cambrensis, propagandist for the Norman landgrabbers, at face value.

  20.  

    Spailpin I would not dismiss it out of hand either..not with our current knowledge of the extent of this problem in Ireland.Observe the court cases week in and week out.This problem did not appear out of the blue overnight.

  21.  

    Fair enough, William, and it may be relevant to note that paedophilia seems to be particularly common in Newfoundland as well, a place to which a lot of Irish emigrated – though I’m only basing that on references in Annie Proulx’s novel The Shipping News.

  22.  

    There is a lot of incest in families, a lot of unreported alcopop groping and rape among older teenagers, a lot of furtive sex by male clergy. Sex, legitimate and sordidly manipulative, is all around us. Some surprisingly respectable pillars of society get down to it and only a fraction are found out. The one public reaction I am afraid of is paranoia. In the case of school teachers, some of them men with happy families, I would fear a public atmosphere where mischievous school pupils began to make copycat false allegations. Some individual teachers in Ireland and England have been mentally destroyed by false allegations.

  23.  

    I’m constantly amazed how following an interesting post by Bock someone drops in a second subject and then won’t get back on line or fuck off when asked. If you’ve got a good point to make but it’s not relevant to the current topic, keep it. Start your own blog. For fuck sake keep to the comment.

    If I may be so bold as to mention…

  24.  

    This is Father Ted stuff, if it wasn’t so serious. Michael Palin at the time must have been shocked at this shit in Ireland….

  25.  

    This is really awful. My son is to make his first communion this year and I find it so hard to trust the priests who will be looking after him. Have things changed? honestly? should I be worried?

  26.  

    If any of the priests at the communion are dressed like Elvis, you should be very careful indeed.

  27.  

    you see it is never the ones that you think it will be.

  28.  

    Why don’t you tell them to fuck off and don’t bother sending your child to communion? It’s all a load of bollocks anyway.

    You’ll save a fortune. Spend it on a party and fuck the priests.

  29.  

    Undecided. Ask yourself who decided this ” Sacrament ” game was a necessity for kids to enter the realm of some kind of World of deep spirituality.
    Most parents dont really bother with following the creeds and rules of their subscribed religion but when it comes to their kids its a lot of the time about them not feeling ” Left out or different ”

    The truth is all kids are different and their difference and individuality needs to be nurtured not stereotyped.
    If its of the remotest assistance to you I have five kids All grown up now , Youngest in College , No religious marriage, It was a Civil Cermony, No Baptism, No Communion, No Confirmation, Yes there was a bit of apoplexy but it was all a 7 day wonder, We explained thoroughly to the kids why they were’nt doing what their classmates were doing, No problem.

    All except one have their own kids now, All doing fine, All happy they were afforded choice, reason and explanation, If any of them wanted to follow some Religion as adults I wouldnt have had a problem with their free choice, But im kind of glad they did’nt.

    The big question really is ” Who’s life are you living ? ” Is it your own or is it something imposed on you ?

  30.  

    I think the request is for a simple rule of thumb, so here it is.

    Avoid Elvis impersonators, men with beards, anyone with their dick in their hand and anyone with a collar. Also, avoid anyone saying prayers and anyone singing Michael Rowed the Boat Ashore or Kumbaya. You should be safe enough if you follow these simple rules.

  31.  

    Beards !

  32.  

    Yes. If they happen to have a housekeeper with them.

  33.  

    What if the housekeeper is the one with the beard ?

  34.  

    I recommend HRT

  35.  

    ANOTHER BASTARD PAEDO PRIEST EXPOSED. THEY ARE A BLOODY MAFIA EACH COVERING OVER FOR THE OTHER. JUST KEEP MOVING THEM ON AND THEY CAN GO TO PASTURES NEW AND RAPE SOME NEW KIDS. OF COURSE BRADY WAS NOT GOING TO EXPOSE THEM,HE WOULD HAVE REMAINED A PRIEST IF HE HAD AND NEVER CLIMB THE LADDER OF HIS PERVERSE CHURCH. THEY ALL LOOKED AFTER NUMBER ONE , AND THEN STAND UP AND WONT GIVE COMMU NION TO CO HABITING COUPLES ETC, THE HYPOCRITACAL CUNTS, THEY ARE PURE VERMIN, THROW THEM ALL IN JAIL, OR MAYBE NOT THEY WOULD ENJOY THAT PLENTY OF PERVS LIKE THEM IN THERE THEY WOULD HAVE A BALL RAPING EACH OTHER. ROT IN HELL.

  36.  

    sick of these devils on earth

  37.  

    catholic church shame

  38.  

    Michael Cleary was many things but he wasn’t a child abuser. Why did you describe him as abusive?

  39.  

    Because he abused the dignity of the woman he lived with and because he abused the trust of his parishioners. Because he was a bully and a hypocrite. Where did you see me calling him a child abuser?

Leave a Reply