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Offline JezusDeKoning

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Re: Ireland and Abortion
« Reply #45 on: June 01, 2018, 01:52:36 PM »
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  • This is not an excuse for this baby killing vote- just maybe a window on the extraordinary and insidious efforts that the luciferian NWO impacts on a vulnerable 'Christian" ( or what's left of christian) society who feels (naturally) helpless at so many levels- in order to produce their globalist  Christ-hating "fruit"....No one can accuse them of stupidity, that's for sure.
    The numbers of muslim ( mostly Pakistani) grooming and rape gangs in the UK are reported to have assaulted and raped upwards of one million women and girls. I know that number sounds super- inflated but after some investigation it seems to be legitimate. Although the data for Ireland may be slightly different, I suspect they have been subject to the same atrocities from the zio-Soros funded  mass islamic immigration meant to obliterate Christian European culture and society.
    For the marginal  NO Irish Catholic their pro-life bona fides ends where their daughter's rape begins. I can't help but think that much of this pro-abortion vote was reactionary based on the virtually unending sexual assault of irish women. I saw a quote on another website ( Unfortunately can't verify it) that many wanted abortion to " kill the muzzie rape babies"- as awful as that sounds, I'm sure the quote is representative of what many who voted "yes" are thinking.
    All in all, the zio/luciferians get a binary win. Dilute the European population with 10s' of millions of fake "refugees" and destroy the fabric of the Catholic moral code in Ireland by allowing the rape culture to instigate abortion as a macabre defense mechanism for the indigenous Catholic peoples of Ireland.
    I certainly can't say that this is the primary reason for the pro-abort vote, but I can't help but think that this was an issue that strongly played into it.
    What the hell are you rambling on about?

    A) Ireland's de-Christianization is not a thing that just happened overnight. The thing that led to this vote was 20 years in the making, when they found out about the sexual abuse of priests that was going back to before V2 and the Irish episcopacy's covering up of all of it. That is one of the reasons and it is bad.

    B) Ireland isn't even part of the UK anymore and hasn't been for 100 years.

    C) It had nothing to do with Muslims and rape (what?!). The collapse of faith in the Irish church has nothing to do with Muslims, because this was going on before Ireland had any semblance of a Muslim population and it still doesn't. Most of Ireland's immigrants are Polish, who are to their credit, still Catholic.

    D) Really, there is not a Muslim invasion in Ireland. It is a very, very, very white country and will be that way for perpetuity.
    There is a God, but there probably is no Pope Francis.

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    Re: Ireland and Abortion
    « Reply #46 on: June 01, 2018, 01:55:48 PM »
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  • Is josefamenendez talking about expatriate Irish women in Britain? Doesn't make sense otherwise.


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    « Reply #47 on: June 01, 2018, 04:20:48 PM »
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  • Sorry if misinterpreted. I read some articles and websites that Ireland was suffering the same Islamic invasion that the rest of the UK and EU was, along with the rape gangs as in the UK, Germany and Sweden. The quote was specifically a quote re: Ireland and the abortion referendum. I didn't realize that Ireland was exempt from all of this.

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    « Reply #48 on: June 01, 2018, 04:32:16 PM »
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  • C) It had nothing to do with Muslims and rape (what?!). The collapse of faith in the Irish church has nothing to do with Muslims, because this was going on before Ireland had any semblance of a Muslim population and it still doesn't. Most of Ireland's immigrants are Polish, who are to their credit, still Catholic.

    D) Really, there is not a Muslim invasion in Ireland. It is a very, very, very white country and will be that way for perpetuity.
    Wrong. The white % in Ireland dropped by 10% in the last decade, and the percentage who are ethnically Irish has dropped by 20%. And Ireland will have 1 million more immigrants by 2040(in a country with just 4 million people right now). Also Irish cities are FULL of Muslims now, they've been flooding in the last decade. 

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    « Reply #49 on: June 01, 2018, 04:34:25 PM »
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  • Sorry if misinterpreted. I read some articles and websites that Ireland was suffering the same Islamic invasion that the rest of the UK and EU was, along with the rape gangs as in the UK, Germany and Sweden. The quote was specifically a quote re: Ireland and the abortion referendum. I didn't realize that Ireland was exempt from all of this.
    No you're right, he's just talking nonsense. I've seen him do this same shit in other topics too, he's very adamant on defending the current islamification and browning of the West, even lying to make it seem like it's not a real threat.


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    « Reply #50 on: June 01, 2018, 05:18:19 PM »
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  • No you're right, he's just talking nonsense. I've seen him do this same shit in other topics too, he's very adamant on defending the current islamification and browning of the West, even lying to make it seem like it's not a real threat.
    No, the Islamification of Europe and the West is a real, actual problem. But in places like Sweden, France, Germany, Turkey, the United Kingdom. 

    These terrorist attacks did not just happen overnight. 

    I live in a city in the conservative part of Minnesota with an exploding Somali population and a councilman who has tried twice to get a moratorium on Somalis in November's election because a lot of people do not want them in St. Cloud. I sadly live within blocks of two mosques. 

    The issue of Somali 'migration' is alive and well here and the Islamification of the West is indefensible, namely in Europe. Let the Gulf States - Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, etc. - take them all. They have the infrastructure, the oil money and the cultural similarities to do so.

    We are digressing - let's get back to the topic, please.
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    Re: Ireland and Abortion
    « Reply #51 on: June 27, 2018, 06:09:19 AM »
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  • I am in the process of establishing squads. A type of cadre or small units to take the abortion industry on. I wouldn't ask anybody to do anything I wouldn't do myself. Going to prison wouldn't bother me. 

    We have to be wary of those that would be a liability though. The work will compliment the ongoing effective pro life work. There are legal challenges ongoing and a rosary crusade launched. 

    Small groups around Ireland can take on the abortion industry. Taking them on and resisting are the only options. 

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    « Reply #52 on: June 27, 2018, 11:00:25 PM »
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  • The problem is that there is a need for the true Catholic Faith.  Sacred Heart of Jesus in every home and heart via enthronement.   God knew us before we were born.  

    Ireland needs a traditional Catholic based political party.  

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    Re: Ireland and Abortion
    « Reply #53 on: July 11, 2018, 08:37:10 AM »
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  • From the outset I am not the author of this but happy to share it. 



    Abortion Corruption Scandal in Ireland
    https://countercultureireland.wordpress.com/2018/07/11/abortion-corruption-scandal-in-ireland/

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    Cronyism between pharma industry and the Irish Government
    In the midst of the CervicalCheck scandal other unsavoury details about the Government have emerged. These facts help to explain what exactly Tony O’Brien (Director General of the HSE)  was doing as a non executive Director of the Board of Evofem Devices and why Minister for Health Simon Harris approved of this arrangement in the middle of a flu epidemic in January 2018. A peak number of people left on trolleys of 714 was reached. Mr Varadkar is quoted as having supported this unusual decision.
    This begs the question: why Evofem Devices? A man named Thomas Lynch who has a lucrative career in the pharma industry is a Director of Evofem Devices. He is also the Chairman of the Dublin East Hospital Group. This company is currently awaiting the possible launch of a non hormonal contraceptive onto the market in 2019. Mr Lynch recently hit the headlines for hosting a ‘secret fundraiser’ for the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.  It was so secretive that the attendees were only told a short while in advance of the location.  It is also apparent that his brother Peter has fundraised in the past for Fianna Fáil.

     
    Evofem formed a strategic public/private allegiance in 2013 with WomanCare Global (WCG). Until May 2017, WCG provided sales, marketing, training and distribution of Linepharmas’s abortion pill Mifepristone in Europe and Africa. IPAS which produces an abortion device called a manual vacuum aspirator (MVA) has since joined ranks with DKT International to take over this role from WCG. IPAS founded WomenCareGlobal, a British Registered charity, in 2009. O’Brien has now landed himself in a role with links to American abortion organisations.  They appear to be intertwined.

     
    So why is this so interesting in the lead up to an abortion referendum? Minister Simon Harris, during a Dáil debate on the matter, pronounced that “an internal Department of Health group is examining the nature and scope of a free contraception system”. It is also obvious that if Irish hospitals are to perform abortions, equipment  and medication such as Mifepristone will be required. This immediately puts Tony O’Brien’s position with Evofem, a contraceptive Pharma company partnered with a former abortion pill distributor, under the spotlight. There’s no doubt An Taoiseach Leo Varadker and Minister Simon Harris have questions to answer.
    Speaking in the Dáil, An Taoiseach said that the Director Generals contract of employment permits him to serve on boards if there is no conflict of interest and with the consent of Mr Harris. Surely, the conflict of interest is glaringly obvious, since the announcement was made that the government is examining the possibility of free contraception , paid by taxpayers. In addition since the vast majority of abortions, performed in the UK from 9 weeks onwards are surgical abortions, Irish hospitals would require equipment such as manual vacuum aspirators.

    In the likely event that the Government would have to put these contracts out to tender, any associate of O’Brien could benefit with insider knowledge. Why else would a Minister give his imprimatur to man to take up this new position which could serve as a distraction when he should be fully focused on managing a crumbling health system? Join the dots.
    Without due process, the former Fine Gael Minister for Health Dr. James Reilly appointed Tony O’Brien as the Director General of the HSE. Prior to that he was CEO of the pro abortion Irish Family Planning Association and of BreastCheck.  At the time, the Pro Life Campaign issued a press release attacking the appointment. Fine Gael and O’Brien have been preparing for abortion in this country for a very long time.

     
    The level of influence that Thomas Lynch exerts on Leo Varadker and on Fine Gael in light of his secret fundraiser must be discussed.  It is very unusual for a former pro life person such as Mr Varadker to do a 360 degree about turn. The cronyism aspect must be obvious to other politicians but they simply want to get abortion over the line before they attack.
    Was Tony O’ Brien seconded to the position of Evofem? Abortion is a very murky business but one thing is for sure, the vulture abortion industry and associates stand to make a ‘killing’ if Irish people give their permission to remove all legal protection from the unborn on the 25th May. 

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    Re: Ireland and Abortion
    « Reply #54 on: July 11, 2018, 08:52:55 AM »
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  • Simon Harris, who is mentioned in the article and thread turned up to open a new building at a University. A few of us were waiting for him with banners. He was angry to see pro-life banners. He wouldn't answer any questions and one young woman was physically removed from the building when she attempted to ask him a question. Ironic as she was removed from the building she does her academic research in. A registered and fee paying student. It is important to turn up to events and confront these pro abortion politicians. 


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    « Reply #55 on: July 11, 2018, 09:06:00 AM »
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  • Most sodomites are for abortion. 
    And isn't Leo's man a doctor?  

    This is a world wide problem with greedy politicians with many conflicts of interest.

      However, with abortion, these evil disturbed people want tax payer paid abortions as a human sacrifice with murder of innocent of babies.  

    Who needs the famine or Cromwell when Ireland has allowed satan to take over and wants to take over the world.  

    The problem with the Prolife movement is that there are people profiting too.  No more abortion ; no need for prolife movement.  It is becoming more secular too.  God says that He knew us in the womb.   Jesus, Jesus, Jesus.   

    Shouldnt prolife literature include the Word of God.  
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    « Reply #56 on: July 25, 2018, 05:34:48 AM »
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    « Reply #57 on: July 25, 2018, 05:41:48 AM »
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  • There will be another rosary on the coast. See here https://www.coastalrosaryireland.ie/

    Details about a rosary crusade. https://www.coastalrosaryireland.ie/1-in-10

    I am 'working on' a few people who voted No. I will try and get the non religious to start saying the rosary and turn out for these rosary events. 

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    « Reply #58 on: July 25, 2018, 05:49:01 AM »
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  • As things stand there are legal challenges ongoing and people must get on to these politicians and urge them to vote no to this abortion legislation. 

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    « Reply #59 on: July 28, 2018, 10:49:17 AM »
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  • There is an ongoing legal challenge. Many so called pro lifers think it is a waste of time. I have never met the lady but she is putting up a good fight but people are up against it when they go to these courts. I am concerned they will bankrupt her. I haven't been able to go to Dublin to support her but share her updates and continue to pray for her. 

    As for political parties. They come and go. I never trusted this Renua Ireland. I have no interest in them and believe them to be a dead end road. I support non party/third party community candidates but this is another discussion. 

    On 27th May after the referendum they tweeted 'We will work hard to keep @campaignforleo to his word that abortion will be "safe, legal and Rare".  Already a compromise from this pro life party. 

     

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