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People Before Profit filth have been caught tearing down posters for an event which featured women who have been the victim of rape. It really just shows what MI5 run vermin the Trots are, when they claim to be in favour of women's rights - yet try to silence the victims of rape. Utter filth.

Laura Ní Chonghaile of Unbroken Ireland, an organisation for women who became pregnant from rape, or were conceived in rape, said: "We are tired of being silenced, and we will no longer accept attempts to silence us, or to make us feel ashamed."

"Is this the 19th century where aggressive men feel they can tear down our message and abuse us for sharing our experiences and having a point of view?"

In response to their posters being taken down Ms Ní Chonghaile said: "There is no place in a democratic debate for this extremism, and for shouting down women who have been raped."

People Before Profit group defend removing posters advertising pro-life event in Dublin - Independent.ie
 
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It seems the Trot vermin had even threatened the Spencer Hotel into cancelling the event where the rape victims were to speak. Hopefully the Gardaí have begun an investigation into the destruction of property and the intimidation of hotel staff.

Meanwhile, Unbroken Ireland have said they will not be "silenced by bullies" and they plan to hold an event outside the Spencer Hotel this evening after the event there was cancelled.

People Before Profit group defend removing posters advertising pro-life event in Dublin - Independent.ie
 

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Another PBP councillor opined that when a businessman had his van robbed - that 'it couldn't have happened to a nicer guy'.

( He had had the temerity to agree with Varadkar's 'people who get up in the morning' idea and that middle class workers pay
for everything )

I wouldn't trust some of those PBP scum with a stapler...
 
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Well, hopefully the Gardaí can deal with this Trot terrorism. We wouldn't want people resolving the issue with an ice pick.
 
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Well, hopefully the Gardaí can deal with this Trot terrorism. We wouldn't want people resolving the issue with an ice pick.
The gards will do what they always do -- diddly-squat, that's what.

However pro-lifers have come up trumps in this. They got a canopy erected outside the hotel for the speakers to speak in style and a swollen crowd alerted by the controversy came to see hear their message. Dragging their feet the media was forced to report on them in a way they never would've had to otherwise. If this entire controversy never had happened, it would've been just another conference in a city of conferences, now with the publicity theirs was the most famous conference in the country this week.
 
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The gards will do what they always do -- diddly-squat, that's what.

However pro-lifers have come up trumps in this. They got a canopy erected outside the hotel for the speakers to speak in style and a swollen crowd alerted by the controversy came to see hear their message. Dragging their feet the media was forced to report on them in a way they never would've had to otherwise. If this entire controversy never had happened, it would've been just another conference in a city of conferences, now with the publicity theirs was the most famous conference in the country this week.

That's great news. Those women are incredibly brave - an inspiration to us all.
 
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Of course we have the terrible irony of a group called People Before Profit trying to violently enforce one of the most profitable industries in the world - the abortion industry. And not only is abortion directly profitable for the owners of the abortion factories - but it also serves to exterminate those who might be a drain on Capitalist profit - such as those with Down Syndrome and other disabilities, along with pretty much all the children of the poor and excluded.
 
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A good article by Brenda O'Brien on the Trot attempts to silence rape victims. But what's really interesting is the amount of information the Gardaí have on the culprits - who destroyed property and intimidated workers - and yet the Gardaí have not arrested or questioned these violent criminals.

Breda O’Brien: Silencing a rape victim is never a feminist act
 

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A good article by Brenda O'Brien on the Trot attempts to silence rape victims. But what's really interesting is the amount of information the Gardaí have on the culprits - who destroyed property and intimidated workers - and yet the Gardaí have not arrested or questioned these violent criminals.

Breda O’Brien: Silencing a rape victim is never a feminist act
Unlike David Quinn she is a very genuine and sweet person. I have a lot of time for her even though I feel she doesn't properly think out her correct intuitions.
 
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