“In light of their recent behaviour regarding the abortion debate and due to their long-running policy on pro-life matters I would not entertain the use of church property for any such meeting”. Fr. Eugene O’Neill, parish priest of St. Patrick’s in Coalisland, Co. Tyrone, on the banning of Sinn Fein from church property.
With abortion and sodomite ‘marriage’ apparently about to be enforced on the six counties in the north-east of Ireland under Westminster rule, and along with it devolution destroyed, is it time for Catholic Republicans and Protestant Unionists to collaborate to forge a pragmatic destiny away from the immoral Cultures of Death running rampant in the Irish Republic and in the U.K.?
British politicians are once again pursuing genocidal policies against Irish families, this time by trying to enforce abortion and sodomite ‘marriage’ onto the north-east of Ireland, which is still under the political control of the British parliament.
In the mid-1800’s British politicians, who then controlled the whole of Ireland, exported thousands of ship-fulls of grain, livestock, ham and bacon, beans, onions, butter, honey, fish, and even seed, out of Ireland leaving Irish men, women, and children to starve to death or die of disease on the back of a rotten and diseased potato crop.
And now the genocidal ‘solution’ of the British political class is back again, targeting Irish men, women and children for gradual extinction. This time they are trying to introduce genocide by sterility and to brainwash Irish people to stop breeding and having big families.
Exactly 100 years ago Britain’s favourite politician Winston Churchill, who was a big supporter of eugenics and campaigned to enforce sterilisation on the poor and those with ‘undesirable traits’, founded and sent in the Black and Tans to torment, torture and terrorise Irish families.
Today his heirs are trying to send to the north of Ireland abortion and sodomite ‘marriage’ to ensure that Ireland will not have children.
Pro-life families from County Tyrone, in Ireland, made their voices and their presence felt at the Civil Rights commemoration march held on Saturday 18th August.
Fifty-years ago the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association marched from Coalisland to Dungannon to highlight and protest against anti-Catholic discrimination in the north-east of Ireland, particularly over social housing allocation.
On Saturday hundreds followed the original march route in commemoration, with a large number of civil rights marchers taking the opportunity to protest against Sinn Fein and its abortion policy. A Sinn Fein representative recently made it known that the party hopes that the British government will do its murderous work for them by introducing abortion into the north-east of Ireland.
Outraged civil rights protesters spent the afternoon drowning out rally speeches from Sinn Fein representatives with chants of ‘The North says No’, and ‘Sinn Fein hypocrites, now they’re working for the Brits’!