Kieth Merrill, a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, a body that votes in the Academy Awards, refused to watch a pro-choice film, stating that he had no interest in watching a film about a mother getting someone to kill her unborn child.
With the non-stop media push to repeal the right to life of helpless babies, it was time for an initiative to strip away the slogan and show that #RepealKills. Repeal the 8th is just an empty slogan being used to mask the fact that abortion campaigners want to legalise the killing of preborn babies.
This week Amnesty launched a fully-fledged media assault on preborn children and on the 8th amendment - the article in Ireland's constitution which protects unborn babies from the violence of abortion. Amnesty's new campaign uses some Irish ‘celebrities’ to try and convince the Irish people that the 8th amendment must be repealed and these protections must be removed.
Abortion is not a treatment for suicide: that's what the experts told the government at the Oireachtas Committee hearings on abortion. Now these powerful newspaper adverts spelling out that expert evidence will be seen in a total of 40 newspapers - including 7 national daily and Sunday papers.
A series of adverts booked by the Life Institute in Ireland's most widely read daily paper reveals the truth that abortion never saves a life. Dublin was recently host to a major international conference - The International Symposium on Maternal Health - which confirmed that abortion is never necessary to save the life of a woman. The Life Institute are making sure that this declaration is not ignored.
On Friday, pro-life groups will launch the biggest widespread information and awareness campaign ever seen in Ireland on the abortion issue. More than 600 advertising sites will be used nationwide to carry a striking pro-life message that explains how "abortion tears lives apart" and why "there is always a better answer".
Pro-life groups launched the biggest widespread information and awareness campaign ever seen in Ireland on the abortion issue. Adverts will be used nationwide to carry a striking pro-life message that explains how "abortion tears lives apart" and why "there is always a better answer