It should come as no surprise that the Health Committee tasked with examining proposed amendments to Simon Harris’ ‘termination of pregnancy’ legislation spent most of the time discussing everything except abortion itself.
Simon Harris and his fellow abortion supporters have claimed that late-term abortions will not be carried out in Ireland, but that claim is contradicted by the letter of the law that the Health Minister is pushing through the Dáil as fast as he can.
A new series of reports has been released which is so shocking that the British mainstream media– which usually manages to ignore the seedier aspects of the abortion industry – has been forced to cover it. It was revealed that Marie Stopes International (the UK’s largest abortion provider) is guilty of a plethora of ethical, medical, and even basic sanitary infractions. The abortion giant performs roughly 70,000 abortions each year in the UK, and Irish women are referred to Marie Stopes UK by their referral agency in Dublin. However, the Irish media have almost completely ignored these shocking findings, perhaps because they seem to care less about woman than about protecting the abortion industry. Read on to see what was revealed.
Ms. McElhinney lives and works in California (with her husband and fellow filmmaker Phelim McAleer) but returned to Ireland to discuss her latest project – the groundbreaking new film “Gosnell.” She also had a powerful opinion piece in the Irish Times on how writing and filming this movie, which explores the story of Kermit Gosnell, one of America’s most infamous abortionists, opened her eyes to the reality of abortion in America, where more than 50 million have taken place since it legalization.
Thanks to DCLeaks.com and the work of journalist Kevin Jones the truth is finally out there. George Soros, a U.S. billionaire and one of the richest people in the world, has been secretly pumping funds into the push to legalise abortion in Ireland.
Marie Stopes International is one of the world’s biggest abortion chains, and it operates a Dublin branch which helps to drive business to abortion clinics in Britain. Now the British Care Quality Commission, which carried out unannounced inspections at Marie Stopes, has forced the chain to stop performing abortions.The reasons given by the inspectors are chilling.
On 16-19th. May, a Women Deliver[i] Global Conference took place in Copenhagen, Denmark. The event was described by the organizers as the world´s largest conference on health, rights and the well-being of girls and women. The focus was on how to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)[ii], with a specific focus on health – in particular maternal, sexual, and reproductive health and rights – and on gender equality, education, environment, and economic empowerment[iii]. It is estimated that 5,700 people participated, including eight members of the Faroese parliament[iv].
International Women´s Day is celebrated each year on the 8th. March. It is a day on which we celebrate the achievements of women and highlight current injustices against them. Special emphasis is placed on equality and empowerment. In this regard, abortion, gendercide, human-trafficking, violence and coercion need urgent attention. All are closely associated with violence, abuse and the supression of women and girls.
In a small country like Ireland $18 million can buy you a lot of votes – or it can at least enable campaigners to engage in a massive, well-funded push to have abortion-on-demand legalised. If you’ve been wondering how groups like Amnesty, the Irish Council for Civil Liberties and others have suddenly began pumping out slick campaigns for abortion then look no further than the source of their funding. In the past few years – with timing that exactly correlates to their strident and relentless push for abortion – some $18 million dollars has poured into the coffers of these Irish pro-abortion campaigners.
A woman from Ireland bled to death after an abortion at a Marie Stopes clinic in West London. Three people – the abortionist, Dr Adedayo Adedeji, and two nurse colleagues, Gemma Pullen and Margaret Miller – who worked at the clinic have now been charged with manslaughter. Reporting from the Irish media on the case has been confined to four-sentence news snippets. There has been no blaze of publicity, no calls for an inquiry, and no hard questions asked of the abortion industry.
Tonight RTÉ will show a documentary made by the BBC and entitled ‘Abortion: Ireland’s Guilty Secret’. As you’d expect from that loaded title, it’s largely a one-sided promotion of abortion, with a large dollop of British self-righteousness as the Irish people are castigated for thinking we can do better for both mother and child than legalising the killing of unborn babies.