Eoin Ó Broin and Soros Féin on the Murder An Irish Baby March

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Gerry Adams said that Sinn Féin is a pro-business party - and abortion is a very profitable business indeed. Abortion factories are doing a roaring trade - value added too, as mutilated baby parts can be sold on to the cosmetics industry, the food industry, or even just burned for fuel.

You might think that the horrific revelations of the murderous activities of the Bon Secours gang would have filled the Abortionist ghouls with enough shame that they would call off their baby murder march today - but no such thing. He we see Ó Broin and his fellow vampires smiling and taking selfies as they march for murder.




 

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During the low intensity war I doubt he would have gone anywhere near the Shinners.

I was just looking though his Facebook page and its clear that he is a Trot though and through. Not one touch of genuine Irish Republicanism about him. Pure Gaystapo. The good old Republicans of the 1970s and 80s would have been horrified by this gimp.
 

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Reminded me of this poor sod. These clowns are so obsessed with being 'seen as good' that they don't seem to stop and think about what 'good' causes they're supporting. Though, maybe ignorance is giving them too much credit.

 
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Reagan or Churchill or one those of guys despite their various flaws did say some things that were prescient. They said something along the lines of tomorrow's fascist will call themselves liberal.

Adjusted to the Irish experience you could say tomorrow's Black and Tan will dress in the outfit of the republican. Albeit in ill-fitting and unconvincing costumes such as the case with impostors like Adams and his fellow squad of pro-infanticdalists.

 

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Reagan or Churchill or one those of guys despite their various flaws did say some things that were prescient. They said something along the lines of tomorrow's fascist will call themselves liberal.

Adjusted to the Irish experience you could say tomorrow's Black and Tan will dress in the outfit of the republican. Albeit in ill-fitting and unconvincing costumes such as the case with impostors like Adams and his fellow squad of pro-infanticdalists.

At the end of the day the only definition of Irish Republican that makes sense is someone who wants a 32 county Independent Irish State. The Shinners don't want that as they have now become strongly pro-EU at just the point when they should have become totally the opposite.
 

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At the end of the day the only definition of Irish Republican that makes sense is someone who wants a 32 county Independent Irish State. The Shinners don't want that as they have now become strongly pro-EU at just the point when they should have become totally the opposite.

It's sad that so many people in the six counties voted for these Globalist SF rats - just for sectarian reasons. You couldn't claim they were voting for a Nationalist party. In reality, any thinking Gael would vote for the DUP over Sinn Féin. The DUP may have a delusional attachment to the so called "United Kingdom," but such delusions pale into insignificance when compared with murdering Ireland's children for the sake of consumerist convenience.
 
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