Abortion Referendum - Have you changed your mind?

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How woyld you vote in the abortion referendum now?

  • No Change

  • Would Now Vote Yes

  • Would Now Vote No

  • Would now spoil my vote/Not vote


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Since the abortion Referendum many abortions have been carried out.

During the campaign for the referendum many exchanges and discussion across the Irish electorate were full of passion and hanger.

As the dust has now settled I wonder if anyone has changed their opinion and would now vote differently.

For the record, I would still vote No.

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I voted No and I haven't changed my mind.

Even after careful consideration of the hard cases, I still couldn't bring myself to vote for legalising abortion. The recent tragedy involving the infant misdiagnosed with Edwards syndrome confirmed my belief.

A very dark time for Ireland.
Indeed.
What was truly horrifying were the scenes of tramps and sluts jigging for joy in Dublin Castle at the prospect of unborn babies being filleted alive.

No doubt Dr Leo Varadaker who orchestrated the entire grisly business has a video of it all to drool over.
 
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i was in a fairly posh pub last week.

There was a table nearby with nearly a dozen irish lads aged in their forties. Most of the lads had no kids. Those that were fathers mostly had only ONE kid each. The irish middle-classes are almost barren...especially the men. Irish working-class men are nearly as bad. Their 20's and 30's disinterest in having kids with irish women has led the latter to seek pastures new.

And then you see irish men aged 50+ in relationships with ladies from the far East. If its one or two couples you would not even notice. But when you spot a massive trend you need to ask yourself 'what is going on here?'.

Ireland is doomed to disappear as Japan has nearly done.

Japan....
- sky high house prices,
- elderly population with whole neighbourhoods full of octogenarians ,
- replacement Third World immigration,
- single childless adults everywhere,
- consumerist lifestyle with bright lights and technology everywhere
- high rates of suicide and social isolation
- losing its native language & culture to English language and globalism.
 
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Indeed.
What was truly horrifying were the scenes of trollops, tramps and sluts jigging for joy in Dublin Castle at the prospect of unborn babies being filleted alive.

No doubt Dr Leo Varadaker who orchestrated the entire grisly business has a video of it all to drool over.
"Forgive them, for they know not what they do."?

(Agreed, it was grim.)
 

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I couldn't believe they convinced the public to vote for abortion on demand based on fake news "hard cases".

I only wish I had a few 100 thousand No votes that I could of used.
 

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there comes a time when you just have to say fook off to the fooktards and mindless sheep,

Did they think for one second they were thinking for themselves ? the libtard media/political machine went into overdrive and
the pretend D4 socialist con-artists in the media from Kitty Holland to the utter rubbish politicians like Bacik got away with unbelievable nonsense,

I do remember Caroline Simmons on that clown Vinnie's show tear to pieces 3 libtard fookwits, talk about 3 to 1 bias but she utterly
destroyed them,, I have no problem when asked about previous votes,, no to Lisbon and Nice, no to abortion on demand and no to gays
thinking they are married,,, of course when a scheming, lying , appalling government gets to control the narrative of the vote by pushing YES
as a positive when actually it is a negative in my view , says it all,

Would still vote against all these stupid and nation destroying policies in the morning,, when they blacken the words Patriot and Nationalist
then you should really get worried,,
 
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i was in a fairly posh pub last week.

There was a table nearby with nearly a dozen irish lads aged in their forties. Most of the lads had no kids. Those that were fathers mostly had only ONE kid each. The irish middle-classes are almost barren...especially the men. Irish working-class men are nearly as bad. Their 20's and 30's disinterest in having kids with irish women has led the latter to seek pastures new.

And then you see irish men aged 50+ in relationships with ladies from the far East. If its one or two couples you would not even notice. But when you spot a massive trend you need to ask yourself 'what is going on here?'.

Ireland is doomed to disappear as Japan has nearly done.

Japan....
- sky high house prices,
- elderly population with whole neighbourhoods full of octogenarians ,
- replacement Third World immigration,
- single childless adults everywhere,
- consumerist lifestyle with bright lights and technology everywhere
- high rates of suicide and social isolation
- losing its native language & culture to English language and globalism.
I'm 37 with no kids, I just never met the right one, and my lifestyle working shifts/working overseas screws things up a bit. I live in England, and must admit that in the last 6 months I've had zero sexual encounters with english women, most repulse me with their behaviour and outrageously high standards
I'm a decent looking guy, who takes care of himself. Perhaps I'm fishing in the wrong holes.
Regarding Irish girls, I think generally they are better, but that is being eroded by the media. Young women nowadays are becoming increasingly vacuous and entitled. What incentive is there for a man to marry nowadays?
 
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