JOHN MC CUBBIN (GLASGOW) is the pain in the neck keeps telling to write to bishops and nuncios church complaints.
IT IS A TOTAL WASTE OF TIME TO WRITE TO ANY BISHOP, NUNCIO, OR VATICAN OFFICE ABOUT CHURCH COMPLAINTS.
I have known this from being a seminarian and priest for 52 years now.
It’s most likely that you will get no reply.
They may send you an acknowledgement, hoping that will shut you up.
You will be noted as a problem or trouble maker.
If you cause much trouble, you will be blacklisted in clerical and church circles.
In rural places, you will also be blackened with the police, doctors, teachers, solicitors, local councils, accountants, etc.
You, your family, or even your children will be targeted in a parish, a town, a school, or somewhere else.
In extreme cases, you will experience violence and damage to property.
JOHN MC CUBBIN
John Mc Cubbin (60) used to work as a junior officer in the Glasgow diocese admin department.
He previously, and currently, works in hotels and bars.
For some reason, he regards himself as “important” in church circles.
When talking of the RCC, he uses terms like “we” and “our”.
RCC bishops, like Amy Martin, Tom Deenihan (the Don), Ray Browne, Mr. Keenan and others take his calls!
IS THIS THE SAME JOHN MC CUBBIN IN 2009?
A POLITICAL hopeful carried out a bizarre hate campaign after being spurned by young men on gay websites.
Labour candidate John McCubbin, 47, falsely accused a supermarket worker of using his job to target underage boys for sex.
A third victim was approached while in a pub with his fiancee. He began sending the teenager emails through Faceparty, but they fell out after his advances were rejected.
McCubbin then started posting anonymous cards to his home in Stevenston, Ayrshire.
Spiteful McCubbin posted anonymous mail to the parents of the boy’s girlfriend claiming they were having underage sex.
A fourth victim was also targeted.
McCubbin, of Stevenston, stood unsuccessfully for Labour in the Stevenston South ward in 2003.
He pleaded guilty at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court last week to five charges of breach of the peace and will be sentenced later.