Recommending Respectful Policy Responses by All Governments

The final report of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has revealed its many recommendations.

The report appears to suggests that:

a) Another Reformation is required,

b) A reverse-Inquisition would supply poetic justice, and

c) The 21st century Enlightenment should be implemented immediately.

There is also a study report to consider before making your own interpretations and recommendations.  It is from the Productivity Commission.

That report, Transitioning Regional Economies, has its own findings and recommendations worthy of public examination.  It appears to suggest that federal politicians should keep their noses and pork barrels away from regional development interventions and allow state, territory and local governments to co-ordinate spending in less wasteful ways.

When most members of the public require support, they do not welcome misguided, intrusive and somewhat offensive indoctrination.

Nor do most people desire biased reporting and the use of public funds to prop up politically-motivated media empires

All Australians have a right to be suitably informed about the Australian Constitution and various political obstacles to enlightenment, including those from 2003.

An acquaintance with relevant news reports from 2010, 2014 and 2015 may be useful to you.

Equally important is awareness of the essential difference between socially acceptable expressions of religious faith and the abhorrent desire for abusive power and control over relatively powerless people.

An Adagia and a Psalm respectively reflect secular and sacred insights into wisdom.

The current Catholic Archbishop of Adelaide and a former Anglican Archbishop of Adelaide should therefore both have known that humility is reflected in how children perceive the world.

News reports from 2003, 2016 and 2017 highlight the understandable consequences of ignoring such matters.

Distinctions must always be made between healthy human development and harmful behaviours, by children as well as adults.

There are many options for protecting and advancing enlightened values in South Australia and in the rest of the world, with education being key regardless of the cultural background of parents, teachers and members of governments.