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Pastor Frank Houston – the founder of Hillsong. Shamed lifelong secret pedophile and secret homosexual.

 

Frank Houston the founder of Hillsong – a lifelong secret child sex abuser – with his son Brian – the current head “pastor” of Hillsong – not a real pastor – both wolf pastors.

 

43 For there is no good tree which produces bad fruit, nor, on the other hand, a bad tree which produces good fruit. 44“For each tree is known by its own fruit. For men do not gather figs from thorns, nor do they pick grapes from a briar bush.

Luke 6:43-44

 

In context

43“For there is no good tree which produces bad fruit, nor, on the other hand, a bad tree which produces good fruit. 44“For each tree is known by its own fruit. For men do not gather figs from thorns, nor do they pick grapes from a briar bush. 45“The good man out of the good treasure of his heart brings forth what is good; and the evil man out of the evil treasure brings forth what is evil; for his mouth speaks from that which fills his heart.

Luke 6:43-45

 

I am writing these articles, not out of any sense of vendetta or revenge against Brian and Bobbie Houston, current head pastors of Hillsong, and not out of any sense of retribution against Frank Houston.

I am writing about Hillsong and the Houstons to expose the truth about a highly corrupt organisation which was founded by a lifelong secret pedophile. Nothing good comes out of Hillsong. Nothing.

Frank Houston didn’t harm me in the sense of how he harmed the hundreds of boy and teen victims of his sexual avarice. So I’m not writing in that way or motive. I do feel deeply for the victims and all victims of sexual or physical abuse. I’ve been attacked physically a few times in my life so I know what that feels like.

Even if we haven’t been sexually abused as a child, we can still empathise with the victims. I have shared previously how some older boys assaulted me when I was aged nine in Tawa, Wellington, New Zealand, because I was a pastors son. They dragged me off my bike, pulled me down a bank by a creek in Tawa Park, pulled my pants down and rubbed creek gravel on my testicles. They threatened to kill me. The assault came out of nowhere. I hadn’t taunted them or even spoken to them. I knew their faces having seen them around but I’d never spoken to them. Its a long time ago – 51 years – but these are my memories.

A pedophile assault by clinical and legal definition is generally by a person 16 years of age or older. Teens can be charged for offences, but this is a definition. So this assault of me by boys aged about 12 was not a pedophile assault. It was a violent assault of older children on a child victim.

This assault did not affect me greatly. My parents were supportive and I avoided that park and the family moved to Khandallah later that year.

Sexual assault on a child however can have lasting effects when there has only been say 1-3 sexual assaults.

Frank Houston victims WNZ1 and SA1 (my pseudonyms – code names) were assaulted a few times yet these assaults had a deep and lasting effect on them. This is a common testimony of child sex abuse victims.

Frank Houston boy victim AHA was sexually abused over a period of five years from age seven, starting in the late 1960s, and the effects of Frank Houston’s abuse on him were catastrophic. The damage has lasted into AHA’s adult life to this day. I am in touch with AHA by email so I know things few people know. AHA appreciates my support of him, and my advocacy for him and the other victims.

Frank Houston teen victim ANZ1 was sexually abused in the 1970s in a hotel room in Auckland, New Zealand. The pedophile Frank lured him there under false pretences and sexually assaulted him. I don’t know the nature of the abuse but AHA testified Frank Houston digitally penetrated him in the anus so we can assume Frank Houston raped ANZ1 in some way, either digitally or with his penis. We can also assume that ANZ1 was physically pinned down and held in a state of deep shock and fear from a period of time, possibly a long time. This is what he did to little AHA aged 7 – all night long – like a spider pinning down a victim and sucking its life away.

ANZ1’s brother believes this assault on his brother directly led to his suicide a short time later.

 

43 For there is no good tree which produces bad fruit, nor, on the other hand, a bad tree which produces good fruit. 44“For each tree is known by its own fruit. For men do not gather figs from thorns, nor do they pick grapes from a briar bush.

Luke 6:43-44

So the founder of Hillsong Frank Houston was a child rapist.

The question arises, “How can the tree be good if it produces bad fruits and its roots are completely rotten.

So Hillsong’s roots are completely rotten, and the tree itself is completely rotten and the fruits of the Hillsong tree are all rotten. Anything that comes out of Hillsong is rotten.

 

Counties Manukau midwife Danielle Hart-Murray

It takes courage to speak out exposing government and institutional neglect and dysfunction, and this woman, former Counties Manukau midwife Danielle Hart-Murray, has courage in spades

 

NZ Herald

Midwife reprimanded after speaking out about abuse and neglect in South Auckland

22 Sep, 2017 9:38am

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Danielle Hart-Murray tells of the horrors she faced at Middlemore Hospital over five years

A sick midwife who posted a heartfelt message about the horrific situations she came across in South Auckland has been forced to take it down.

Former Counties Manukau midwife Danielle Hart-Murray’s post describing the poor health of many children, young women impregnated by relatives, and terrible living conditions went viral with 474 shares in the week since she posted it.

But yesterday her former employer, Counties Manukau District Health Board, told her to take it down because the DHB feared it was breaching confidentiality. The board also told her the issue would be referred to the Midwifery Council.

Hart-Murray’s Facebook post explained that although she grew up in a low decile school in Tauranga and worked at a hospital in Vanuatu she was still shocked by what she saw while working for Middlemore Hospital.

Without naming anyone she described teenagers with “rickets, bronchiectasis from neglect, infections, damage from lifelong abuse and neglect, who have never had an education, have learning deficits because of it but also due to the environment to which they were subjected to in utero. Oh and they’re pregnant to their much older brother potentially, or their father, who knows.”

She wrote of the abuse of children from the time they were infants, middle-aged women born in New Zealand who needed interpreters because their parents were immigrants and they didn’t get an education, and a family of six who felt lucky their cousin was allowing them to stay in the single-car garage of the rundown state home he had just been given.

“Its old, cold, there’s no running water, rats and it’s mouldy,” Hart-Murray wrote of the garage. “The baby to come will sleep in the bed with the parents and three toddlers, unless I can find an alternative in time. At least the baby will be warm, but that’s not going to improve [the] atrocious rates of SUDI New Zealand has. It’s better than the relatives van in a dodgy carpark, where the parents take turns staying awake to protect them. [sic]”

Hart-Murray said she would pay for important prescriptions herself from time to time because many families could not afford them once they had paid for food.

One pregnant teenager she saw was forced to live with a relative in a house where she had to share a bed with two teenage boys. Used needles and condoms were on the floor and there was a pile of used adult nappies and human excrement in the house, which didn’t have a toilet.

The point of the post was to encourage people to remember they were voting in tomorrow’s election not just for themselves but for what was best for the country – including the most deprived, she explained.

“I don’t think a lot of New Zealand is aware of what really goes on for so many people here in Aotearoa. It’s a largely hidden shame we’d rather not see.”

Hart-Murray is not working as a midwife after having had successful treatment for a benign tumour. She is now suffering cardiac trouble.

She said on her Facebook page that she had been overwhelmed by the response to the post from midwives who had the same stories to tell.

When contacted by the Herald Hart-Murray said she was unable to talk about it because of the complaint being laid.

It was never her intention to single anybody out, she said, so she removed the post as soon as she was asked to.

A Counties Manukau spokeswoman said Hart-Murray had been asked to remove the post out of concern it breached patient privacy.

“Staff members recognised the cases referred to in the post and Counties Manukau Health acted quickly to have the post removed.”

A Midwifery Council spokeswoman said it had not received a complaint about Hart-Murray’s post.

When it came to social media, the council told midwives the confidentiality and privacy of their clients was paramount, she said.

Women’s Health Action maternal and child health manager Isis McKay said it was encouraging to see a health professional trying to shed light on the realities of life for some Kiwis.

“We support her intention to increase the awareness about the families and women and children living in deprivation in South Auckland,” she said.

“It’s important we don’t bury our heads in the sand. We shouldn’t take the approach that it’s all for one and one for all – we do have a responsibility to look after each other.”