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Ireland further liberalises divorce by huge landslide
« on: May 24, 2019, 07:03:05 PM »
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  • Twenty-four years ago, the Irish people nearly retained an absolute ban on divorce in a national referendum, with 49.7% voting against all forms of divorce. (It is widely believed the vote was rigged as mysterious ballot papers emerged at the last minute to swing the legalisation of divorce.)

    Today, it is estimated that 87% voted in favour of what will amount to one of the most liberal no-fault divorce laws in the world. This tells us that at most 13% of the population are still Catholic.

    Hard to believe that in my lifetime, my country has swung from one of the most pro-family countries in the world to be possibly one of the most liberal.

    I campaigned against this referendum, again.

    Now I'm just left speechless at the cowardice of the Irish clergy, and the idiocy and selfishness of my neighbours.

    :o
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    Re: Ireland further liberalises divorce by huge landslide
    « Reply #1 on: May 25, 2019, 06:56:39 AM »
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  • We too Naomh, and friends, are all devistated. My wife canvassed during the 1995 referendum and said on the doorsteps far more than 49% were against divorce. We too believe the vote was rigged.

    Since then of course, Vatican II's worldly Newchurch caused millions more to lose faith. Homosexuals took over and today this sodomy dominates the media and television. Abortion is now free for anyone but if you are sick you will pay for treatment.

    The other day my wife talked to a 16 year old in a 'Catholic' school. 'I was never baptised' he said,. 'and know nothing about the Catholic religion.' Meanwhile Ireland continues to have bishops living in luxury and as silent as zombies, afraid to open their mouths to condemn what God commanded them to do.

    The new religion in Ireland is Global warming sodomy. Ireland contributes .16% of the world's emissions, the same as China emits in 3 days. Yesterday, these same idiots voted to allow our sodomite obsessed government to up taxes on their fuel bills. Yes, Ireland will set an example to the world. Just as Ireland was the first country whose people brought about 'same-sex marriage,' we are now going to stop global warming. Meanwhile, today, 25/5/19 it is freezing outside as we get closer to mid summer's day. Home heating is still necessary at night but soon will cost more. You couldn't make it up. we are a country of idiots, complaining about everything and then voting the same crowd in again. That is what happend when a nation rejects a Catholic kingship.

    A friend said 'you cannot fix idiots.' Another friend once said 'the best fall the worst.' 


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    Re: Ireland further liberalises divorce by huge landslide
    « Reply #2 on: June 07, 2019, 04:48:35 PM »
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  • In Ireland there has been a story where a baby was aborted when the doctors told the parents it had a disease, but subsequently it emerged that the child did not actually have the disease.

    I've been helping organise a Rosary outside the hospital on Saturday evenings for the last few weeks. We've had good numbers attending so far. I'm just so devastated that this barbarity is now happening in the very hospital I was born in yet hardly anyone seems to care.

    I've never felt such desolation and despair. Am I the crazy one for caring? I don't know anymore.
    "The aim of the whole theology of St. Thomas is to bring us into close living intimacy with God."
    Pope Piux XI's "Studiorem Ducem"

    "When human beings have been brutalised by impurity, they will allow themselves to be enslaved without making any attempt to react." ~ Fr. Fahey

     

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