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Referendum on Blasphemy

Karloff

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I'm voting No largely to kick one against the pricks. But I'll shed no tears when it's a Yes vote, as it invariably will be. I hope at least 20% or so of people vote No and the Left wails about the "20% of hardcore reactionary Catholics in Ireland"!
The Catholic hierarchy have said that they do not oppose a Yes vote.

AntiCatholicism has become a favourite sport among the media in this country already, it's the main target on RTE - other religions are treated much more favourably there.
 

Myles O'Reilly

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Are they up to anything sneaky? Is this a precursor to introducing even more draconian "hate" laws?
Do you lads reckon that's what they were up to all along?
 

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If you don't understand the sentiment expressed
There's no point in explaining empathy to you.
The sentiment expressed Ie because I’m alone with kids all day i must come onto this forum to express my atheistic views is not one especially deserving of empathy.
 

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Do you lads reckon that's what they were up to all along?
The referendum was held because FG were high on support from Libs after the abortion ref, and knew this Ref would go down well with them. Hate speech laws were always going to be introduced.
 
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