Rally to Save Ireland's Children from Genocide this Saturday 12th May 2pm Merrion Square

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We know that the Native Irish population is being targeted for extermination and replacement by cheap migrant labour. The Vardakar Régime has just announced its plan to flood Ireland with another million cheap labour migrants over the next few years. The purpose of this is to sideline the collective power of the Native people and give the Capitalist and Landlord classes unlimited access to cheap, docile and ununionized labour.

Already, the fertility rate of the Native Irish has fallen below replacement, as the Landord Régime has pushed home prices and rents out of the affordability of young Native Irish couples. By 2040, the timescale of the Varadkar Régime's Population Replacement Plan, the Irish will be the old and dying, while the young will be migrants.

But, it seems that even that Holocaust is not happening fast enough. The Global Oligarchy has decided that too many Native Irish children are still being born, and abortion on demand is needed to cull them. This is a monstrous genocide that even Cromwell couldn't have imagined.

This Referendum is the Stalingrad of the Irish nation. If we loose here, then we are finished as a people. But we most certainly don't have to loose. We can achieve a glorious victory that will be our Brexit, Trump, Austria and Italy all rolled into one magnificent punch in the face of Globalism.

This Saturday's march is vital to give our campaign a sense of its own unstoppable strength and strike fear into the hearts of the enemy. As usual, the scum will be lined up on O'Connell Street to jeer and threaten the marchers. We must be so vast in our numbers of ordinary decent people that their evil voices will shrivel up in despair.

So dear Comrades, I ask you to beg, borrow or steal, but do anything you have to do to be in Parnell Square at 2pm this Saturday. In many ways, this is more profoundly important than even the 1916 Rising. We are now fighting for the very existence of our people.



Everyone assembles at the Garden of Remembrance on Parnell Square from 2pm on. For very big marches like this it could be 2.30pm before the march gets moving as it takes time to line everyone up. But be there for 2.15pm at the latest. The march will then proceed down O'Connell Street, where the Abortionist scum will be lined up to shout abuse. But those freaks will be ignored as usual. It will end up in Merrion Square.

 
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Suicide and Abortion: One Country’s Experience

Professor Mika Gissler and colleagues studied the risk of suicide among women of childbearing age (15-49) in Finland to learn how the incidence of suicide differs among three groups of women: those who had given birth, those who had miscarried, and those who had aborted their child in the 12 months before their death. The authors concluded:

“Our data clearly show, however, that women who have experienced an abortion have an increased risk of suicide.”

The annual suicide rate from 1987-1994 per 100,000 women in Finland, age 15-49 was:

All women in the general population: 11.3

Women who had given birth in prior 12 mos: 5.9

Women who had a miscarriage in prior 12 mos: 18.1

Women who had an abortion in prior 12 mos: 34.7

The suicide rate associated with birth was almost half the rate of the general population. “This suggests that childbearing prevents suicide or that women capable of giving birth are not at high risk for suicide.”

The suicide rate associated with induced abortion was over three times higher than in the general population and almost six times higher than among women who gave birth.

“Similarly, the rate of psychiatric admissions within three months after the end of pregnancy was 53% higher in women who delivered than in women who had had an induced abortion in a Danish register study.”
 
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Facts About Post Abortion Depression

1. Women who have an abortion are 3x more likely that women of child-bearing age in the general population to commit suicide.
2. The increased risk percentage of women who have an abortion compared to women in the general population of having at least one mental health issue: 81%.
3. Teen girls are up to 10x more likely to attempt suicide then their counterparts who have not had an abortion.
4. Teen girls who have had an abortion are up to 4x more likely to successfully commit suicide when compared to older women who have had an abortion.
5. About 45% of women who have had an abortion report having suicidal feelings immediately following their procedure.
6. Only 1% of women of child-bearing age seek psychiatric help for mental health issues in the 9 months prior to having an abortion. After having an abortion, the percentage rises to 1.5%.
7. Within a year after first-time mothers gave birth, 7 per 1,000 women were treated for mental-health issues, in comparison to 4 per 1,000 before baby.
8. Up to 33% of mothers will experience depression at least once between the time their child is born and the child’s 12th birthday.
9. 1995 data suggests that the rate of deliberate self-harm is 70% higher after abortion than after childbirth.
10. The British Journal of Psychiatry found an 81% increased risk of mental trauma after abortion.
11. At least 27% of women who have an abortion will have a moment of suicidal ideation afterward.
12. A study of California Medicaid patients found that the risks of suicide increase by 154% for women after they have an abortion.
13. 2 in 3 women who have a late abortion [after 12 weeks] suffer from the clinical definition of PTSD.
14. 40% of women in one UK survey said that they wanted to keep their child, but the pressures of others to have an abortion forced their hand in the decision.
15. Women whose first pregnancies ended in abortion are 65% more likely to score in the ‘high-risk’ range for clinical depression than women whose first pregnancies resulted in a birth.
16. Abortion may be a risk factor for subsequent depression in women for up to 8 years after the pregnancy event.
17. Women who have had an abortion are 34% more likely to develop an anxiety disorder.
18. 110%. That’s the increased risk of alcohol abuse in women who have had an abortion.
19. The number of women who have an abortion every year in the United States: 827,000.

19 Shocking Post Abortion Depression Statistics | HRFnd
 
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- Voluntary guidelines for post-abortion mental health evaluations during the month following an abortion have failed to significantly decrease the rate of suicide after abortion in Finland, according to a new study.

Finland adopted the guidelines after a large-scale study of women’s health records, published in 1997, found that the suicide rate among women who had undergone abortions in the prior year was three times higher compared to women in the general population and six times higher compared to women who gave birth.

- The increased risk of suicide following abortion has been recognized in Australia as well. The 2013 Queensland Maternal and Perinatal Quality Council report noted:

Suicide is the leading cause of death in women within 42 days after their pregnancy and between 43 days and 365 days after their pregnancy. There appears to be a significant worldwide risk of maternal suicide following termination of pregnancy and, in fact, a higher risk than that following term delivery. - Suicide Rate for Women Having Abortions is Six Times Higher Than ...
 
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I'm Pro-Choice but Anti-Abortion, so I'll give it a miss, but my sympathies lie with the underlying sentiment that life is sacred.

I also think a large amount of abortions are a direct result of economic circumstances, and hence, they can be prevented through improving economic circumstances, which is another reason I support Socialist Republicanism as an economic philosophy.
 
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I'm Pro-Choice but Anti-Abortion, so I'll give it a miss, but my sympathies lie with the underlying sentiment that life is sacred.

I also think a large amount of abortions are a direct result of economic circumstances, and hence, they can be prevented through improving economic circumstances, which is another reason I support Socialist Republicanism as an economic philosophy.

Without a doubt a chara, if we were providing our young mothers with the means to rear our nation's future generations, there would be very few of them indeed who would even contemplate abortion.
 
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I'm Pro-Choice but Anti-Abortion, so I'll give it a miss, but my sympathies lie with the underlying sentiment that life is sacred.

I also think a large amount of abortions are a direct result of economic circumstances, and hence, they can be prevented through improving economic circumstances, which is another reason I support Socialist Republicanism as an economic philosophy.
Hi Antoin
I completely agree with part2 of your reply, but am puzzled with part 1... whats pro choice but anti abortion? and yes, life is sacred..
Thanks
 
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The Irish Fundamentalist Unpopular Front will be in Parnell Square this saturday. Please God, the sun will be shining, and lovely writing again colonel, fair play.
 
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I have not known anything other than abortion being legal as I was born after David Steel's Private members bill of 1967. I also note this was the same year shirt lifting was legalised.
As the law stands now, 24 weeks gestation is too far into pregnancy in my opinion. This should be lowered to 16, except if a severe life altering or limiting disability is proven.
Having said all this, looking at the state of the white underclass in UK plc, the good old fashioned coat hanger could do with a renaissance.
 
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Suicide and Abortion: One Country’s Experience

Professor Mika Gissler and colleagues studied the risk of suicide among women of childbearing age (15-49) in Finland to learn how the incidence of suicide differs among three groups of women: those who had given birth, those who had miscarried, and those who had aborted their child in the 12 months before their death. The authors concluded:

“Our data clearly show, however, that women who have experienced an abortion have an increased risk of suicide.”

The annual suicide rate from 1987-1994 per 100,000 women in Finland, age 15-49 was:

All women in the general population: 11.3

Women who had given birth in prior 12 mos: 5.9

Women who had a miscarriage in prior 12 mos: 18.1

Women who had an abortion in prior 12 mos: 34.7

The suicide rate associated with birth was almost half the rate of the general population. “This suggests that childbearing prevents suicide or that women capable of giving birth are not at high risk for suicide.”

The suicide rate associated with induced abortion was over three times higher than in the general population and almost six times higher than among women who gave birth.

“Similarly, the rate of psychiatric admissions within three months after the end of pregnancy was 53% higher in women who delivered than in women who had had an induced abortion in a Danish register study.”
thanks for info Antoin, ive copy and pasted.
 
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