Ireland is currently in a fever of outrage at the discovery of nearly 800 children's bodies in Galway. They died at a religiously run foster home there between 1925 and 1960. In case you're wondering this infant mortality rate is not normal, being double that of other mother and baby homes around the country over the same period. The children succumbed to a wide range of infant afflictions, some as simple ear infections. Lack of care and attention hardly describes it.
Make no mistake, this was a real scandal on so many fronts. And having been run by the Catholic Church it was grist to the mill for "Ireland's" Minister For Children, the American bull dyke Catherine 'Strap-on' Zappone (whose stated objective is to get mothers out of the home and into the workplace). With lip-smacking relish Strap-on explained that the scandal arose from a culture of unquestioning deference to the Church, rigid conformity, authorities avoiding and covering up inconvenient signs, a culture which blamed the victims (unmarried mothers) and a legal system in thrall to the prevailing orthodoxies.
And you know what? She/he/it was right. That's exactly what happened. And it's also exactly what happened with the Rotherham child abuse scandal. Except that here the offenders, being Muslim, occupied the position once occupied by the Church. In the West today rigid and legally-enforced conformity to PC multicultural orthodoxies means that Muslims are the ones who cannot be criticised, the ones whose crimes the authorities ignore and which if prosecuted attract slap-on-the-wrist penalties from the legal system.
But the luvvies will never tell you that. Because the dead babies are mere weapons in the war on White Christian civilisation. The evil and indifference of the nuns will be paraded before us at every opportunity, their good work in healthcare, poverty alleviation and education studiously ignored.
The Long March Through The Institutions continues apace.