IF THERE IS ANY CHANCE that you suspect you are under the influence of mind control, reading the following information can be DANGEROUS. If you are consulting a therapist for DID (also known as MPD), it is recommended that you consult your therapist before reading this material.
Bond University Exposed
Bond Uni has been in the news recently with criminologist lecturer Professor Paul Wilson facing court on child abuse charges. Former student Fiona Barnettsays the rot at the University goes deep.
Trapped inside Australia’s vast child abuse network (Part 2)
As disgruntled students have discovered, Alan Bond structured the private organisation so it evades public unaccountability — despite the fact the university accesses public funds in the form of student loans. Bond University’s lack of public accountability stems in part from the fact that it is not actually a university but rather a corporation legally permitted to borrow the title ‘university.’
I undertook postgraduate psychology studies at Bond University from 2006 to 2007, and again from 2009 to 2010. In 2013, I reported Bond University to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. My complaint contained a long list of offences in relation to the cover-up of paedophile activities, pro-paedophilia course content, the misuse of students’ personal child abuse histories, and the sexual harassment and assault of students by certain lecturers.
High-profile psychologist damns Bond University
I provided the Royal Commission with the transcript of legally obtained recordings of Bob Montgomery, previous president of the APS (Australian Psychological Society) and former Head of Psychology at Bond University.
Dr Montgomery described Bond as follows:
It is one of the worst run universities I’ve ever seen. It’s dishonest. It’s been dishonest all the time I’ve known it….
Bond University will do all the scullduggerous things they can to deny any mispractice ….
While I was there, they had a lunatic professor of psychology…. He was caught screwing his secretary on the desk. The outcome was he sacked the secretary and the vice-chancellor backed him up….
So, you might have a realistic concern if you enrol for an externship that they may try to manipulate the situation in some way to try and put you in a bad light. And you’ve got to put that in your decision-making mix…..
If you decide to plough ahead with Bond University. you will be dealing with people who are out to get you, nasty, willing to do dishonest things, and getting increasingly desperate because not only have they not knocked you down, but you’re coming back even stronger.
Extract from transcript of interview with Dr Bob Montgomery (from four audio tapes on file).
Bond University covers-up child sexual abuse
While working in the Bond University Psychology Clinic, a 10-year-old DOCS client and her foster mother disclosed to me that a former foster carer and convicted paedophile had sexually assaulted my client, along with other children.
In direct contravention of Queensland legislation regarding the concealment of child abuse, Bond University forbade me from reporting these crimes to the police.
I persuaded one lecturer to let me inform the Queensland Children’s Commissioner of the allegations. Bond University, however, subsequently withdrew my complaint to the Commissioner without my knowledge and then lied to the Commissioner by saying they had done so in consultation with me.
While the Commissioner upheld my complaint and proceeded with an investigation, Bond University chastised me and said my complaint jeopardised their relationship with the DOCS office, upon which they relied for clients to keep the Bond Clinic running.
Bond University’s pro-paedophilia teachings
In 2013, I asked the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Abuse to investigate Bond University with respect to its pro-paedophilia teachings.
These teachings include the writings of a psychology and criminology lecturer, and Order of Australia medal recipient, Professor Paul Wilson, who served as Dean of Humanities at Bond University for 10 years.
In one of his books, subtitled Sexual Experiences between Men and Boys, the professor promoted the benefits of paedophilia and renaming this crime “Greek love.”
The professor also published articles on Bond University’s website, which stated that children are often willing participants in child sexual abuse. (The Royal Commission gasped when I read that fact out.)
In late 2012, Paul Wilson was charged with six counts of indecent dealings with two girls — one of whom was under 12 years old. In May 2014, he was committed to stand trial.
The same professor taught me at Bond University. He and other Bond lecturers, in my view, encouraged a strong anti-victim/pro-perpetrator stance in their classes.
For example, one lecturer endorsed the notion that technically there is no such thing as a victim of crime because a criminal case involves the defendant versus the crown instead of the defendant versus a victim. On another occasion, I had marks deducted for briefly mentioning a victim’s perspective in an essay.
Bond University lecturers strongly endorsed the flawed ‘false memory syndrome’ writings of USA psychologist Elizabeth Loftus. The Royal Commission commended my submission against Loftus’ writings and my condemnation of her association with the False Memory Syndrome Foundation(FMSF).
The FMSF was founded by Peter Freyd and his wife (and step-sister) Pamela after their daughter, Professor Jennifer Freyd, accused Peter of child sexual abuse. Apart from founding the FMSF, Peter has publicly endorsed paedophilia as a responsible lifestyle choice and allowing siblings to marry.
The effect of the FMSF has been to discredit child abuse witness testimony and the existence of well organised paedophile rings.