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It seems that dullard and fake economist, David McWilliams, has written a book to cash in on the child murder referendum where he celebrates infanticide. Someone has done an alternative version of the book cover.

I've never liked him; and now he has confirmed my perception of him as a cynical, opportunist snake. He knows many of the brainless millenials and militant feminists will purchase his book as a sort of souvenir to remember the referendum. Awful man.
 

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Gardaí abusing their police powers again to shut down the Pro Life Movement. Police terror has never defeated the Irish people. Varadkar and Zappone should take some Irish history lessons - State terror only makes us stronger and more determined.

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I'm a bit perplexed by all of this? The nation voted to legalise an ultra liberal abortion regime, so why would people have an issue with images of the unborn, or for that matter why would people object to documentary footage of abortions?

It simply does not make sense. If you voted "yes" you know exactly what you voted for? So why would you be offended by "graphic" images of dead fetuses?

Does Not Compute.
 

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I'm a bit perplexed by all of this? The nation voted to legalise an ultra liberal abortion regime, so why would people have an issue with images of the unborn, or for that matter why would people object to documentary footage of abortions?

It simply does not make sense. If you voted "yes" you know exactly what you voted for? So why would you be offended by "graphic" images of dead fetuses?

Does Not Compute.

Because in the LaLa Land that these Libshits inhabit, abortion is not about dead babies - it's about "compassion," "equality" "choice" and "bodily autonomy." Those nasty Pro Life people are suggesting that abortion is not an abstract, feel good, concept - but the actual killing of an actual living being. If you care to look at Lynn Boylan MEPs Facebook page, you'll see her banner says "The North is Next." And yet her current post is expressing her deep concern over a missing dog. Cognitive dissonance is strong among the Abortionists.
 

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I'm a bit perplexed by all of this? The nation voted to legalise an ultra liberal abortion regime, so why would people have an issue with images of the unborn, or for that matter why would people object to documentary footage of abortions?

It simply does not make sense. If you voted "yes" you know exactly what you voted for? So why would you be offended by "graphic" images of dead fetuses?

Does Not Compute.
They voted yes to bury things under the carpet. They did it under Catholicism, they do it under snowflakism. Same game, same rules, same moral cowardness, different ideology.

Look at that back alley abortionist. The very unhygienic shame-ridden environment the abortion squad were always telling they were fearful about has been normalised by their own abortion lobbying.
 

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It seems that dullard and fake economist, David McWilliams, has written a book to cash in on the child murder referendum where he celebrates infanticide. Someone has done an alternative version of the book cover.

More pseudo-economic cod-intellectual shyte that ties in with his own liberal political leanings?
Bet there's a colourfully stereotyped 'Prolife Patricia from Portumna' mocked in it over about 20 pages.

No. Thanks.
 

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there would be no need for any children to be murdered if tramps had some morals and took personal responsibility for their actions Facepalm
 

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They voted yes to bury things under the carpet. They did it under Catholicism, they do it under snowflakism. Same game, same rules, same moral cowardness, different ideology.

Look at that back alley abortionist. The very unhygienic shame-ridden environment the abortion squad were always telling they were fearful about has been normalised by their own abortion lobbying.
They don't come much grimmer or grottier than this 'Healthcare provider' aka Babykilling done here. Note clinical waste bag.

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They voted yes to bury things under the carpet. They did it under Catholicism, they do it under snowflakism. Same game, same rules, same moral cowardness, different ideology.

Look at that back alley abortionist. The very unhygienic shame-ridden environment the abortion squad were always telling they were fearful about has been normalised by their own abortion lobbying.
That's it. I think you've hit the nail on the head - publication of any images of the unborn being aborted serves to remind people that this is what we voted for.

The fact is that they know it's wrong. Why else would they be so furious over images of aborted human fetuses appearing in public? If they thought it was morally acceptable then it wouldn't be an issue - would it?

Same with aborting unborn children diagnosed with DS: raising an objection to it in polite conversation will invariably result in an uncomfortable silence and a quick change of subject - or the standard responses "well, I think abortion is wrong, but it should be a woman's choice."
"Well, I would never do something like that, but a woman should be given the choice."


There's a holier than thou attitude underpinning these arguments.

One wonders if some of those who vehemently support abortion are more concerned with assuaging their own feelings of guilt about having abortions e.g. Kitty Holland.

Normalising something as repugnant as abortion would make the burden of guilt easier to bear?
 

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One wonders if some of those who vehemently support abortion are more concerned with assuaging their own feelings of guilt about having abortions e.g. Kitty Holland.

Normalising something as repugnant as abortion would make the burden of guilt easier to bear?
Yes, I think there were two main groups driving this. One was the likes of Kitty Holland who desperately wanted to be told that murdering two of her own children for convenience was "OK." And the second was middle aged rug munchers like Zappone and Ailbhe Smith, who just hate the fact that they were born without dicks. They see abortion as a way to exterminate the female gender.
 
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