Re: "Jesus Christians," "Australian cult," Dave McKay
Date: December 17, 2008 12:29AM
Thank-you very much for bringing that article to everyones' attention....typically (if also rather tragically!)....the JesusChristians, and certainly I imagine Roland, simply contemptuously sneer among themselves at any suggestions that they threaten the rights of others...Roland being little more than an "unsupervised child" himself!!
....Amongst themselves, the JesusChristians snidely assure each other that they are simply "saving" those that they lead away from their family and friends (by deliberately poisoning those relationships, inculcating the belief that love of ones' ("worthless systemite") family is just so much "dead" love that merely serves to betray your obligations to "God".....(and"God" of course being none other than the beliefs and practices of one David McKay)....)....hence they are "blameless"...in doing what they "must" do in order to be able to "spread the word" and "save" souls.....
Roland would have told himself that the childs' true parent is "God" and the paramount importance of that childs' "faith"(...ultimately defined as the financial and physical servitude one is prepared to enter into on behalf of the JesusChistians...) far, far outweighs any "superficial" legal obligations that he might "owe" to this world of Satans (naturally being cautious enough not to say as much openly.....after all, deceiving others about one's true intentions, in order to better lure them to "faith", is just being "Honest" to "God", isn't it??)....
....I still think that that charges might ALSO have possibly been laid in Australia, against Roland, who as an Australian citizen, should be held liable, just as Australian sex offenders may be prosecuted by Australian authorities for crimes committed OUTSIDE the natural geographical boundaries of the Commonwealth....!
CRIMES ACT 1900 - SECT 87
87 Child abduction
(1) A person who takes or detains a child with the intention of removing or keeping the child from the lawful control of any person having parental responsibility for the child, without the consent of that person, is liable to imprisonment for 10 years.
(2) A person who takes or detains a child with the intention of stealing from the child is liable to imprisonment for 10 years.
(3) In this section:
"child" means a child under the age of 12 years.
"detaining a child" includes causing the child to remain where he or she is.
"taking a child" includes causing the child to accompany a person and causing the child to be taken.
(4) In this section, a reference to a person who has parental responsibility for a child is a reference to:
(a) a person who has, in relation to a child, all the duties, powers, responsibilities and authority that, by law, parents have in relation to their children, or
(b) a person authorised to be the carer of the child under an Act relating to the care and protection of children.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 12/17/2008 12:41AM by Malcolm Wesley WREST.