George Pell and the Liberal Party connection
On the 31st May 2013, just days after George Pell gave his testimony and made the admissions that he did at the Victorian Parliament Inquiry into child abuse, Mr Pell was addressing and advising Federal Liberal Party MP’s.
Among those who have addressed the Chartwell MPs - whose group is named after former British prime minister Winston Churchill's country home - are former prime minister John Howard, former chief of army Peter Cosgrove, Cardinal George Pell even Prince Richard, the Duke of Gloucester all giving political pep-talks to Liberal MPs during secret luncheon meetings held across Sydney.”
“The exclusive gatherings, known as the “Chartwell Society”, have seen a cross-factional band of ambitious MPs taking tips from major figures on the world stage during regular, invite-only gatherings.
Just days after Pell gave evidence to the Victorian Parliament. Cardinal George Pell attended as the guest of honour at a gathering of 11 Coalition MPs at the Australian Hotels Association plush Macquarie St boardroom.”
What was the Liberal Party thinking. They should have stayed right away from him until the Royal Commission had handed down its recommendations.
“Separate gatherings have been held at universities, churches and corporate boardrooms.”
The politicians who met Pell are the same people who are going to have input into the governments response to the recommendations that the Royal Commission makes on the abuse of children.
The Catholic Church will have adverse findings against them as everyone knows they were involved in a massive cover-up in Australia and globally for many years.
How can any fair-minded person see these politicians as being impartial now. And what did Pell teach them?
George Pell is a very sick and perverted person of no moral fibre whatsoever given the above.
The child abuse allegations against him need to be reviewed by the Royal Commission and if they fail to do so one has to wonder why.
Will they put it in the too hard basket given Pell’s position in the church and his political connections? Probably.