The Emerging Disaster that is the Repeal Campaign

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The empty chairs speak volumes

Fair play to the Pro Life Movement. Those fantastic people have been preparing for this moment for years. Building up their forces on the ground with countless meetings, tireless community activism, massive and impressive National Demonstrations, and energetic and bountiful publications, research and artwork. The Pro Life Movement hit this campaign already at a canter. Now building up to a run to the Glorious Victory in May - le Cúnamh Dé.

In complete contrast, although one would think the Abortionist Movement should likewise be firing on all cylinders, it looks like that have actually fallen apart and are rapidly running out of steam. It began with a series of Régime disasters. The first was fraudulently setting up a so called "Citizens Assembly" that was so biased and one sided that it really resembled nothing so much as a sales convention for the abortion industry. Now it has imerged that picking the 99 supposedly random citizens was farmed out to a private company. What a joke. A private company is left in charge of the conduct of democracy? And, surprise surprise, it turns out that this privatized business was carried out in a shoddy and fraudulent manner, which has led to even Leinster House TDs calling for the referendum to be halted until a full audit of the "Citizens Assembly" can be carried out. Then we had the laughable lie of the Chair of the so called "8th Committee," Senator Catherine Noone, who claimed that not one medical professional, in Ireland or abroad, could be found to argue the case for retaining the 8th - even though Doctors For Life had made a written submission to the Citizens Assembly and there are literally hundreds of thousands of doctors in the world who oppose abortion on demand. It has also emerged that the "8th Committee" held their vote on holding a referendum - before they had heard all the evidence that was scheduled to be presented. This was a Show Trial if ever there was one.

Things have gotten so desperate for the Abortionists on social media that they have retreated to a safe space they call The Repeal Shield, so they they don't have to face the barrage of criticism they are getting 24/7. There is also evidence that Twitter is stepping in to subvert the work of the Pro Life Movement by using Shadow Banning. A sure sign that the Abortionists are on the run.

Well, it's early days yet. Soros and the Varadkar Régime still have a lot of money and the media is 100% Abortionist. So we cannot be complacent. But I think it will be useful to have this thread to document the ungoing disaster that is the Repeal Campaign.
 
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I must say I was dubious when Irish Warrior said there were Muslims backing the Abortionist campaign, but now I see he was completely correct. It's clear that this Clonskeagh gang see abortion as the Final Solution for the Native Irish. They already call Native Irish women whores, so they clearly believe it is no sin to exterminate their children. My apologies to Irish Warrior.
 
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Yeah, it's a total disaster for them.. I don't think I've seen a regime project in so much of a shambles. The fake Rubberstamp Assembly has publicly been proven to have been fraudulent several times over, The Witch Minister Al Zapone gives demagoguery saying this is a "stepping stone" thus undercutting the door to door claims of the meager few repealers who are venturing out of the repeal echo-chamber, the repealers often communicate in a special "performance art" ebonics known only to themselves, they can't help but pour abuse on demographics they need to win the thing for the crime of "not being able to get pregnant", they issue death-literature hectoring middle class audiences about "pregnant men", Hobgoblin Harris has just announced he'll be giving toxic abortion pills to GPs that even deep abortion cultures wouldn't contemplate. And if the regime backs out of the exercise or even delays it what credibility it has left will be crushed. If they lose it they will be crushed. If they win by a narrow margin, they'll assailed by all the ructions. I've rarely seen a regime gallop into so much self harm. We've certainly gone from the era of craven careerism in our politics, to the realms of abject lunacy of the Hillary Clinton variety.

But of course, you can't take anything for granted here as The Pale is where most of the population is sequestered and its a volatile zone that elects these Pennywise vampire-clown politicians without a flinch. But the prospects is, nevertheless, good for a regime-crushing win particularly as we haven't even had the March for Life.. Hopefully the cold weather will have abated by then.
 
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It's clear that this Al Qadri is a smooth operator. He knows precisely what buttons to push to get the Leftie Libtards on his side. But, the Muslim Brotherhood are expert in doing this. They are an out and out unabashed Fascist organisation - but they have the Western Left hanging on their coat tails. Al Qadri is giving us a lesson above in just how they do it.
 
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It's clear that this Al Qadri is a smooth operator. He knows precisely what buttons to push to get the Leftie Libtards on his side. But, the Muslim Brotherhood are expert in doing this. They are an out and out unabashed Fascist organisation - but they have the Western Left hanging on their coat tails. Al Qadri is giving us a lesson above in just how they do it.
He knows full well he's an interloper among us and that his fortunes rest on keeping sweet the NGO industrial complex that has a throathold over our institutions.

The paradoxical thing is, for all the shrieking about the 8th being "religious", is that religions can be a bit patchy on abortion because there's traditionally pre-scientific disputes as to when ensoulment takes place.

And if a religion is sluggish to adjust to scientific awareness, then such religions may have an inadequate attitude to abortion. And you can't scientifically track a soul, so it's often left to religion to adjudicate on the matter. Christianity has similar disputes on ensoulment but puts stress on sexual discipline and considers fornication and adultery a grave sin. So it's intuitive for Christians to gallop towards a pro-life standard.
 
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