||Issue No. 151||06 September 2002|
Looking for the Light
Interview: Packing a Punch
Bad Boss: Basher Takes Back Passage
Unions: Five Star Shafting
Economics: TINA – Rest In Peace
International: Against Bush's "War on Terrorism"
Environment: Saving the World
History: A Radical Scribe
Poetry: With A Little Help From My Friend
Satire: Colonel Gaddafi Promotes Himself to General
Review: Workplace Dictatorship
The Locker Room
Week in Review
Charity Begins At Home
Letters to the Editor
Charity Begins At Home
With the recent religious conversions of media magnates such as Rupert Murdoch , and the proselytiseism of the labor right and all the Liberals , I thought there must be a new angle in kissing the ring.
So to satisfy my curiosity, I delved into the machinations of the "Holy Orders", and was not surprised to find one attraction could possibly be the profits to be made from the public purse, in the amalgamation of a captive audience controlled by the benevolent "Sister of Charity", who founded, and with the assistance of the public purse manage the "St Vincent's" hospital complexes.
"The Sisters of Charity were the first professional nurses in the penal colony of New South Wales. They have provided and inspired high quality services within a distinctive Christian environment since the foundation of St Vincent's Hospital in 1857. Today, the SCHS operates five highly regarded and leading health facilities on two Campuses in Sydney"
With this foundation came the current proclaimed ethics:
Compassion: Accepting people as they are, bringing to each the love and tenderness of Christ
Justice: Acting with integrity and respecting the rights of all
Human Dignity: Respecting the uniqueness of each person created in the image and likeness of God
Excellence: Excelling in all aspects of our healing ministry
Unity: Creating a community characterised by harmony and collaboration
It is unfortunate that the "Human Resources "department of this profitable organisation has not been imbued with the same ethics that bind the rest of the organisation.
This department have had tuition from that the illustrious Archbishop of Warringah , who in turn must have been under the spiritual tutelage of and following in the footsteps of such illumanati as "Thomás de Torquemada.,. . Miguel de Morillo., Martin Ponce de Leon, Iñigo Manrique, Francisco Sánchez de la Fuente, Alonso Suárez de Fuentelsaz in driving those who they come in contact with to the depths of despair , and suicide.
Perhaps this is just another pro-active business proposition , more business for the psychologists to treat the depression and priests to bury the suicides , it has been said the Devil looks after his own?
It would appear that the only excellence this department of the "Sisters of Charity" show any benevolence to is their own inquisitors.
Perhaps when the COLE Royal Commission has probed and prodded the "CFMU", enough to satiate the predatory voraciousness of the Abbotts , they can turn on these duplicitous kneelers and ring kissers , who are preparing these public hospitals for privatisation.
Perhaps this is the next investment for news Ltd......
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