The Termination of Pregnancy Bill has now passed the Dáil and the Seanad. A few brave TDs and Senators spoke with wisdom and compassion, begging for humane amendments to be added, only to be met with triumphalism and eye-rolling, skitting and interrupting.
It's the most shameful time ever in Irish History.
But it's not over. The President may sign the Bill, but it's an unjust Law.
The Minister for Trollies Simon Harris is 'delighted' at the outcome. NARAL tweeted that it was 'so exciting!' Ivana Bacik said something too that you only say when you hear you've passed your exams with honours or something. Everybody it seems, is in a party mood at the prospect of killing babies in Ireland at last. 'Women will never have to travel for health care anymore,' cooed one lady named Lorraine Clifford.
Well Lorraine, because the Health Service is just not a Service at the moment, men, women and children have to travel to other jurisdictions for treatment. What about the elderly women with cataracts? What about the children with scoliosis? They travel. Are they not more needy than the healthy woman carrying a healthy baby who goes to another country to have her baby disposed of there?
Women requesting abortion will push other women down the waiting lists for gynae issues. Women who need biopsies for cancer, and treatment for various gynae problems.
Congratulations, all! You seem to crave it. I can almost see the first abortion carried out in Ireland as a sort of triumphal march. But they won't show any remains.
I've been on social media 'educating' all day. I will continue to open people's eyes to the hidden filth that is the abortion industry. It's tiring, and it's very depressing that we are here.
But this is a disenfranchised grief. Not publically acknowledged.
Plans are underway to 'roll out' abortion services in January 2019. I heard of a young nurse who wept as she saw abortion equipment being brought onto her unit. She will resign if asked to take part.
'Roll it out' like you would a new Lamborghini. 'Onward!' cried the Minister for Health, Simon Harris. Like a General leading an Army to cut down the Enemy. Who is the Enemy? Helpless preborn children who never asked to be conceived, to be nurtured, to be in a woman's body, and now in very grave danger.
'Onward!' cries Simon Harris.
Dr. Peter Boylan - your name will go down in Infamy! 80% of GPs want nothing to do with abortion and have opted out of providing services. They will be expected to refer patients on to one of the 20% who will prescribe the abortion pill to kill and expel the baby.
All of the prolife Amendments suffered rejection when proposed at Dail Committee Stage. Including the pain relief and the care for infants born alive amendments. As for Abortion Reversal? Nobody wants a woman to change her mind and re-choose! And I thought it was about Choice...
This is the Greatest Evil that ever visited Ireland's shores. And we voted it in.
Shameful. I still love my native country of course, but am thoroughly ashamed that Ireland is the only country in the world to vote in a Law permitting Abortion. Unless the 36th Amendment is repealed, I will always be ashamed. And I will work against the Abortion Industry! We know there's big money in it.
The Media, the Govt, all the political parties, conspired to make this happen. The 700,000 + prolife voters were on their own.
Yet, most people voted for abortion only up to 12 weeks. How many times were people told it would be 'restrictive'? And the 3-day waiting period would make many change their minds about killing their little ones. The 3-day waiting period is gone.
It's utterly Sickening,
Gosnell movie packed the cinemas (those that dared to carry it). Still, not a murmur from the Press.
There's another film in the works - 'Roe v Wade' about how that came about. Will be interesting. Already there's been controversy with actors walking off the set, not realising apparently that this is a movie about What Really Happened and not about what the Abortion lobby and the media want you to believe happened.
After that - 'Unplanned' comes to the screen soon. I don't know much about this one.
This groundbreaking movie opens on October 12th. It tells the true story of the above doctor. The trailer is here: www.gosnellmovie.com
The film follows the Amazon best-seller book 'Gosnell' researched and written by Irish journalists Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney. It's not prolife; it's not prochoice; it's just the Facts of a court case. Also it's not gory - the producers rightfully held back the true images, including the one that caused most of the prochoice or neutral jury to change their minds on 'reproductive rights'.
The Atrocities will be known someday and people will say:
'How did we allow this to happen?'
But enough for now. Here's the link to the Trailer again. Stars Dean Kain www.gosnellmovie.com
It's a crimson tide of broken bodies, not worthy of respectful burials. And Governments love abortion. (Who wants poor people? More minority babies aborted in New York City than born, something wrong maybe?) The media have worked up women's groups to embrace abortion too. or 'choice' as it is named. (Choice to end a life). The brokenness following abortion 'doesn't happen'. Women silence women. One day the dam will burst and the knowledge will stun the world. God, Love and Truth will not be denied! Abortion is not the way to help poor people!