Has Ireland ‘rejected’ UN calls to legalize abortion? That remains to be seen

Like most Irish people, I welcomed the Irish government’s rejection of calls made at a major UN hearing for Ireland to legalize abortion.However, it is important to understand that the government has also committed Ireland to acting on the recent ruling of the European Court of Human Rights in a case which was designed to smash Ireland’s abortion laws.

The US Billionaires funding the push for abortion in Ireland

Ireland’s experience in banning abortion is hugely important for the global pro-life community. That’s because our record proves that we best serve mothers and babies when our laws protect unborn human life. Ireland is the example pro-life activists the world over can point to, because the Irish experience shows that abortion is never necessary.

At the pro-abortion Action on X meeting: Part II: Pro-aborts’ plans for Ireland

In my last blog post, I made it clear that I, as a pro-life man, would concentrate on the male and pro-life contributions to the Action on X Public Meeting in Dublin’s Gresham Hotel. In this next instalment, I’m afraid that I’ll be dissenting from fundamentalist feminist and abortion absolutist dogma by focusing on the female ‘pro-choice’ interventions of the evening. As much as it, no doubt, disgusts my fanatical feminist friends, the main woman in my life, my mother, respected my right to be born and brought me into this world . As such, I have a say on all matters which pertain to the free, open, democratic society in which we live.

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