Garda probe launched as TD's office covered in urine and anti-abortion graffiti

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We live under a mass consumer society and sex as recreation is one of the pivots of that ideology. Sexual activity actually brings new people into existence; a sacred endeavour. But this insane regime ignores the sacred, interprets sexual activity as recreation akin to playing tennis, humans beings are just machinery and only the values of money and pleasure are *real*; so there's a cosmic despair there from grossly mistreating the sacred.

This free abortion business, which is senseless and insane by almost all metrics, but by the metrics of a society which sees pleasure as the only virtue, free abortion is the ultimate liberation, a gateway to limitless responsibility free pleasure. A shangra-la for late liberalism.

The main characters in this Régime have rejected sexual reproduction and engage in a form of sexual behaviour that is inherently sterile - indeed sexless.
 

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They voted to give the Dail the power to legislate for the termination of pregnancy. Not that the mother would have the choice to terminate. Forced birthers? wait for the forced abortions.

And that legislation could have banned abortion. The constitutional situation now is that if we ever have a Patriotic government, it can perfectly legally ban abortion outright.
 
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All things considered I think the Pro Life movement have shown serious restraint thus far in response to the sectarian bile and huge provocation by the pro abortionists. I held my tongue long enough, I'm not afraid to stand up for my political or religious beliefs in public anymore. I consider the wearing of the repeal jumper and other abortion related clothing as incitement to hatred at this point.
 

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All things considered I think the Pro Life movement have shown serious restraint thus far in response to the sectarian bile and huge provocation by the pro abortionists. I held my tongue long enough, I'm not afraid to stand up for my political or religious beliefs in public anymore. I consider the wearing of the repeal jumper and other abortion related clothing as incitement to hatred at this point.

It's incitement to murder.
 

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I voted yes.

However I'm commenting here to praise the public for finally figuring out that so called "Piss protests"
are a "pissfull" yet effective method of showing discontent with current FG policies. :p

Citizens of Ireland, empty your bladders. And make all their offices stink as much as their neoliberal EU policies.

As much as the toilets in our overcrowded A&Es or colleges

As much as their support for PESCO

As much as their enthusiastic support for unrestricted immigration diluting our national identity and overloading our services.

As much as their support for the privatisation of housing

As much as their support for socialism for the rich and raw capitalism for the poor Irish.

I was a strong advocate of people using this method of NVDA
to "pissfully" express their political dissent during the Occupy movement.

Good to see it being used again, even if it's for political reasons I would not personally agree with.

The main thing to take away from this is the realisation that you can fight back in many creative little ways, without employing violence.

And the likelihood of a very public courtcase where someone is prosecuted for pissing in a FG letterbox going the distance
is pretty small for obvious reasons! It could go very wrong indeed for the prosecuting parties. Especially if there is
wide discontent at the policies being protested!

Long live the Piss protest!! :p
 

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Have you ever once heard of them outside a Halal slaughterhouse?
Yes I have. Have you ever seen inside a slaughterhouse? Puke

The videos of what actually goes on in there?

If you did you might shout too!

Why blame animal rights activists for being passionate about their cause?

Instead, if you really care, get more passionate about your own why don't you?

They are NOT mutually exclusive causes!!

And FYI many animal rights supporters voted no too
 

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He didn't vote for it.
Over 66% of the participating electorate did.

Vandalising a TD's office based on them upholding the wishes and demands of the majority is childish and counter-productive.
The real result was Far from 66%............. more like a Soros Big RIG.
Another big rig in Ireland

By coincidence, Leo & Harris are lined up to personally profit from Abortion, not to mention it coincides with Freemason beliefs.........
https://www.thefreedomsproject.com/irish-officials-linked-big-pharma-big-abortion/
 
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Fine Gael like Tories here in England. Theresa May is a staunch pro-abort but can't bring in any laws because of the DUP. Then you have Karen Bradley, Nicky Morgan, Justine Greening, Anber Rudd, Anna Soubry shouting at the DUP over their stance to rightfully protect the unborn. The Conservative party are now cuckservatives.
 
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