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Boylan seems to be sitting in beside Kenny almost daily nowadays pushing this abortion industry implementation horror. Is he the official spokesperson for this or what's his beef in all of this?
I heard an anecdote from a friend close to Pro Life which would partially explain his desire to have many young women be able to procure abortions.

Unfortunately I can't repeat it and I'm sure Pat Kenny won't either.
 
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That's a strange case.
Hospitals take blood samples which determine pregnancy hormone levels, and also examine the mother. Pathology depts can identify whether death took place naturally in utero or if there was intervention to procure an abortion. There must have been some reason to doubt the woman on this.

Seems it was medical staff who raised the alarm, and the fact that she was "giving birth" into the toilet says a lot. El Savador has a population of six and a half million people. There must be thousands of miscarriages every year. There aren't thousands of mothers in jail for having miscarriages. The only reason that Shamnasty is making these slanderous videos is that they believe that unborn babies should have no protection and can be murdered at will - and any government that protects children's lives are the criminals. They're also being paid by the US state department to slander El Salvador's Socialist government.
 
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Irish archbishop criticizes pro-lifers fighting abortion

Archbishop Martin from Dublin has been particularly mealy-mouthed towards those fighting for unborn lives.
I can't recall a single strident statement from him to protect the children.

WTF?

"One of the things in government policy that was constantly stressed is that abortion should be rare,” said Martin. “We have to do something to help people to make sure that that is the case, and that people who want to keep their child can do it, and can do it with dignity."

Sounds like am implicit approval of abortion?

I genuinely feel sorry for devout Catholics who have to put up with these shysters.
 

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A prophetic piece from 2014
The Abortion Story that has never been written and never will

And although the NUJ is a British trade union it probably has its most loyal membership in the Republic of Ireland and mostly in Dublin. And bear in mind that this trade union runs a closed shop that it has used ever since to force its member journalists to write in a certain away about matters of public controversy such as abortion, and mass immigration as well lately.
I've been saying for years that the NUJ represents the biggest single threat to Irish sovereignty and culture.

And now, with Brexit upon us, we're being manipulated by London-controlled media.
 
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It certainly is remarkable that everyone in the NUJ hass the same opinion on everything.
Dissension is not allowed. Those journalists who wish to break with the NUJ line on key issues will need to find another profession.

The NUJ, an unaccountable British organisation, exercises more influence in Ireland than any politician or political party.
 
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Peadar Tóibín draws huge crowds to meetings to set up new party

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Peadar Tóibín is currently on tour talking to interested parties about his new political movement, and he is pulling huge crowds and gaining new members from every quarter of the country.


In Donegal, more than 250 people thronged the Clanree Hotel in Letterkenny, while 350 people packed out the meeting in Ballincollig in Cork last night.


The next meetings on Mr Tóibín's agenda are:


DUNDALK: Monday, 14th January, 7.30pm, Imperial Hotel


WEXFORD: Tuesday, 15th January, 7.30pm, Ferrycarrig Hotel.


GALWAY: Weds, 16th January, 7.30pm, Menlo Park Hotel.


CAVAN: Thursday, 17th January, 7.30pm, Kilmore Hotel. Peadar will co-host this meeting with Cllr Sarah O'Reilly, formerly of Fianna Fáil.


BRAY: Monday, 21st January, 7.30 pm, Royal Hotel Bray.
 
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