Brother of Martin McGuinness joining Peadar Tóibín in new 32 County Pro Life Republican Party

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'NO COMMON SENSE' Ex-Sinn Fein TD Peadar Toibin says Irish people want to hear more about housing than gender-fluid toilets ahead of launching his new pro-life party

Toibin's party has already set up 20 cumainn, or local branches, and plans to have 'a couple of hundred by the end of January'

IRELAND’S sick and tired of a focus on the “culture wars” and issues like “gender-fluid toilets”, our newest party leader claims.

Peadar Toibin says Irish people are sick of gender-fluid toilet debates

Excellent move there. The Libshits will all be calling him a wacist and a homophobe - and that'll be enough for him to hover up all those Nationalist votes. I wouldn't be surprised if he does have 200 cumainn by the end of the month, and 90% of those people will be anti-immigration and anti-EU.
 

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'NO COMMON SENSE' Ex-Sinn Fein TD Peadar Toibin says Irish people want to hear more about housing than gender-fluid toilets ahead of launching his new pro-life party

Toibin's party has already set up 20 cumainn, or local branches, and plans to have 'a couple of hundred by the end of January'

IRELAND’S sick and tired of a focus on the “culture wars” and issues like “gender-fluid toilets”, our newest party leader claims.

Peadar Toibin says Irish people are sick of gender-fluid toilet debates
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Peadar Tóibín to target seats in Donegal for new pro-life party

The new yet-to-be-named pro-life, Republican political party being led by former Sinn Féin TD for Meath, Peadar Tóibín, will be targeting Donegal as one of its priority constituencies as it tries to make a breakthrough in May’s local elections.


How his new party fares in the north-west county will be watched closely as it was the only constituency to have a "No" majority in last year's Eighth Amendment referendum

Speaking today to Midlands 103, Peadar Toibin said people from the yes side of the recent referendum were also attending the group's meetings.

"The strongest pro-life, human rights vote came from Donegal, but obviously that human rights vote was visible right throughout the country at different levels. Most of the north-west and Midlands, that human rights vote came in at well over 40% and we'll obviously be looking for many of those people to support us with regards strengthening the human right to life into the future," he said.

"But there are people who voted yes in the referendum who are attending our meetings."

Commenting after he addressed a crowd of over 250 people at a public meeting in Letterkenny on Tuesday night, Mr Tóibin said: “The Donegal constituency is the most aligned with our politics.”



Peadar Tóibín to target seats in Donegal for new pro-life party
Soros Fein soon to be wiped out in Donegal. That's huge crowds to be drawing in for a new party.
 
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We'll see. But I don't want the left to co-opt the pro-life movement too!

Any anti-establishment party has to be economically left. Anyone who's economically right is already voting for Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil.
 
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SF will weaken itself by its awful leadership
but with nowhere for voters to go to in the 6 counties.. to the equally useless stoops? In the absence of NP and Irexit in the North... Toibin is an excellent protest vote against the PSF hegamony. Though given the option, it would be NP 1, Irexit 2, Toibin 3. for me
 

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Any anti-establishment party has to be economically left. Anyone who's economically right is already voting for Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil.
By no means am I talking about economics. I'm referring to Peadar's support for open borders. Ever since the defeat in May the pro-lifers have been willing to talk about issues of immigration.. finally. They became more receptive to it. Peadar will just cut that head off that before it starts and consign the pro-life cause to a generic pro-mass-immigration party. Not good enough. Move out of the way, Peadar!
 
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