Wonder why people think it is ok to offer a “that will do” approach to clergy abuse?
It is everywhere, and especially as we see the debacle of this “over arching enquiry” in the UK. A cynical “that will do” mentality, to satisfy critics, and then a quick turn around when the Home Secretary realises she hasn’t a clue.
She has a “panel” of course, who they are is unclear, how they were chosen is equally unclear, and in the mean time survivors are left feeling sidelined or exploited.
Some victim groups are equally easily satisfied, as long as they get their “funding” or their kudos, they will settle for very little for those they represent. This is NOT acceptable!
It is simply appalling that having survived the worst betrayal of body and trust we should be relegated relegated to the position of vermine scavenging for our needs to be met by unfeeling, ignorant or cynical people with their own agendas.
STOP BLOODY BEGGING!
For Survivors of sexual abuse:
NOTHING but the very BEST will do!
The very BEST legal representation,
The very BEST therapy,
The very BEST choices,
The very BEST and FULL attention to all of the complexities of their plight.
An all inclusive, open and transparent honest attempt to put things right,
Anything less is not good enough!
And if we, as survivors, accept this cynical and condescending attitude, we are accepting a second class place in our world and after what we have all endured, it is simply NOT good enough!
Take your rightful place as the precious irreplaceable unique individual you really are and hold out for the very BEST!