So you believe media reports regarding accusations against prolife but dismiss media reports regarding accusations against pro-choice.
Second Dublin hotel cancels pro-life meeting after alleged death threats against staff
Anti-abortion group left fuming after hotel cancels their booking over - Independent.ie
Anti-abortion and pro-choice groups claim venues cancelling events
"...and the apparent readiness to indulge in violence firm prolife generally.." Another outrageous slur (edit: Now edited to read "significant elements of prolife" - still an outrageous slur!)
"it seems odd to assume that none of them support violence. We know that some of them do."
There are a small number of nutters in every group - it's a cheap shot to suggest anyone with those views could well be a supporter of violence.
"Do what? I've genuinely no idea what point you're making"
And nobody condones that on the pro women side.
However actual and real violence comes from the Anti side. I havent seen one anti poster on here distance themselves from YD.
The links mention "alleged" threats - perhaps the allegers are afraid of being caught out?
I absolutely do condemn violence from either side. I just genuinely have not seen any from prochoicers, only a few allegations which don't seem to have warranted police reports being made.
The fact is though, that while most prolife groups are not violent, there has been a long history of physical violence from prolife groups like Youth Defence in Ireland, and of all sorts of fake allegations made by them, such as the fake attacks on their offices in the wake of the Savita Halappanavar case.
There have also been multiple attempts at deception by prolifers during the campaign, from Nurse Noel to the fake prochoice marchers with deliberately provocative slogans photographed returning to YD's HQ after the march.
So anything they claim without evidence is suspect. Because of their proven record of lying.
It's interesting that you're up in arms as though you yourself have been accused of violence, when I did not do that, and yet you have never made any complaint about the sort of violent language used by those posters.
Euro launched 2002. Eastern bloc joins 2004. What could possibly go wrong?
Or suggested that Peter Boylan might regret that there weren't more abortions? That sort of sensible post?
(Or indeed your sweeping generalisation in the post quoted above)
Every abortion is a tragedy - for the woman, the man if he is around and especially of course for the child. To see that celebrated with wild cheering was not good.