This is one of those rare stories where I don’t have to make up a satirical or exaggerated headline.

CBC:

RCMP and other agencies are investigating after an exorcism and other activity allegedly took place at a children’s Bible camp near Saskatoon.

In addition to the alleged exorcism conducted earlier this summer, it’s unclear how the man in question was approved to work with kids at the Redberry Bible Camp, located 70 kilometres north of Saskatoon. On the man’s own Facebook page, he details a recent, lengthy history of pornography and drug addiction, domestic violence and firing from his previous job as a camp counsellor.

“This is just nuts. Absolutely astounding,” said Ailsa Watkinson, a University of Regina professor emerita of social work with a specialty in child protection. “If that was my child, I’d be horrified.”

RCMP confirmed an investigation is underway into “two reports of an incident involving a staff member of the Redberry Bible Camp and a pre-teen boy the evening of July 13, 2022.” RCMP urge anyone with more information to contact their local detachment or call 310-RCMP.

An incident? You mean an act of Man-Boy Love that we should be celebrating as a strong repudiation of fascism, right? I’m sickened, absolutely sickened to see this pedophobic writing from the CBC no less. What does it matter if a camp counselor is a porno and drug addict with a history of domestic violence? Sure, children might be abused, but that’s less important than removing the stigma that Minor Attracted People have to deal with every day of their lives.

The July incident allegedly took place inside one of the camp’s cabins, said the official, where two witnesses reported a child was in medical distress┬álying on the floor, bleeding from the nose, making sounds and twitching.

According to the government source, the complainants reported that the man decided to perform an exorcism on the child as the other children watched.

It’s unclear how long the ceremony lasted, but at the end, the complainants say the man told the children he got rid of the demon that had possessed the child. He then handed his business card to each of the children, said the source.

He told the children they had to stay in contact with him for the rest of their lives, because only he knew how to ward off the demon they’d all encountered, according to the report.

CBC News asked Redberry board chair Wayne Dick if any other staff were involved, how the man was hired, whether any medical care was provided to the child and whether exorcisms are accepted practice at Redberry, but he did not respond directly.

Dick said he has some of that information, “but I can’t give it to you now.

It’s possible, unlikely but possible, that there was no sexual abuse going on, and we just have a garden variety headcase. It’s also possible that there was, and the CBC is doing their best to cover it up. It’s additionally possible that the Evangelical Saskatchewan Mennonite Brethren, who are organizing the camp, have been totally infested with the anus-fetishists, and they’re covering up for him. Then again, they could just be embarrassed at how lax their screening process was, who knows?

That’s the problem with living in clownworld. You never really know what’s going on unless you have direct sources.

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