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Pro Life Loo(ser) Posters.

In Blog by Rashers Tierney5 Comments

Who’s behind putting these disgusting anti-choice ads in the jacks? Some thirsty rabblers braved  the Xmash jumper twats last night for tasty pints in O’Reillys. That cheapo place under Tara St station. Last night while having a slash one of our lot noticed these really crude and sickening posters staring down from the wall. We’re not usually the sort to complain, but it was brought up with the staff – … Read More

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Foetal Attraction at the Dáil

In Blog, Culture, Politics by Fedayn27 Comments

  rabble is down at the Dáil for yet another protest. This time there’s a fierce whack of incense and baby powder. Thousands have turned up for a Life Institute organised rally complete with large mobile screens carrying Youth Defence videos. Your reporter would like to note that I have never been challenged so often at any demonstration as this evening as to whom I ‘represent’, which paper, and do … Read More

Any of you received this automated call?

In Blog, Politics by Peg Leeson6 Comments

This automated call has been doing the rounds over the last 48 hours. Looks like someone in the pro-life movement is getting scared. That’s democracy for ya!! Courtesy of our friends over on Shit Youth Defence Say this is a recording of an unsolicited automated message that has been doing the rounds in the last 48 hours. It’s the type of garbled yes speak the government referendum commission would be proud of. Churning … Read More

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Full marks for Irish pro-life doctors

In Blog, Politics by Peg Leeson4 Comments

Why is the Institute of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the Irish College of General Practitioners offering Continuing Medical Education points for attending the International Symposium of Maternal Health? In case you missed it this is the same symposium that stated “We confirm that the prohibition of abortion does not affect, in any way, the availability of optimal care to pregnant women.” Well darn they got that one wrong! For those … Read More

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Vigil at Dáil in memory of Savita Halappanavar

In Blog, Politics by admin1 Comment

Approximately 2,000 people attended a vigil outside the Dáil this evening to mark their anger over the passing of Galway woman Savita Halappanavar.   An emotional public meeting included speakers Clare Daly, members of Choice Ireland and non-affiliated individuals who spoke of their anger and sorrow at the death of Savita and the state of Ireland’s legislation on abortion. More Photos below: