30 September 1979 - 40 years ago today Pope John Paul II tells the youth of Ireland: "Young people of Ireland, I love you"

Buchaill Dana

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Killing unwanted children is progress in your eyes.
Things were bad. You're much worse.
Kling children remains the most serious criminsl offence in the country.

However there are less abortions now than before. The anti repealers are the real babeehh killers
 


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Let me reassure you : killing children, wanted or not, is still as illegal as it always was.

As for your belief that women being allowed to end unwanted pregnancies is worse than priests raping children, well, please do keep on demonstrating the hypocrisy of the religious for us.

It's important that people never forget what evil the church hid for so long.
"End unwanted pregnancies"

How do give a pregnancy a lethal injection to the heart?

You're afraid of children and afraid to own your own horror.
The evil is in you and you know it - hence the cowardice.
 

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"End unwanted pregnancies"

How do give a pregnancy a lethal injection to the heart?

You're afraid of children and afraid to own your own horror.
The evil is in you and you know it - hence the cowardice.
You lost, give over, move on.

Be happy less and less Irish women are terminating their pregnancies like the grown ups.
 

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What was bad exactly?
Did you not think it was wonderful. Back then.
Have I said it was?
Some things were worse, some were better.

But the greatest evil, injustice and inequality is here today - far surpassing anything that happened in Ireland in the past.
Are you not proud?
 

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You lost, give over, move on.

Be happy less and less Irish women are terminating their pregnancies like the grown ups.
According to the last prochoice estimate the numbers have gone up.
 

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The church is currently debating whether married men should be allowed become priests. Seems like a good move, a church of sexually deprived men and gay men having access to young boys has done so much damage. This is probably the driver.
Same-sex marriage?
That may be some way off.
 

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You sound unhinged.
That doesn't answer my question. How do you give a lethal injection to a pregnancy?
The term is yours, so I'm assuming you can justify it.
You can, can't you?
 

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That doesn't answer my question. How do you give a lethal injection to a pregnancy?
The term is yours, so I'm assuming you can justify it.
You can, can't you?
Do you actually know how a 10 or 12 week pregnancy is ended? No injections involved.
 

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Same-sex marriage?
That may be some way off.
They vast majority of people are only interested in marrying someone of the opposite gender so that is the main issue. Allowing men to have normal sex, probably have children and become a priest would be radical. It might be expensive though. Will be interesting.
 

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Do you actually know how a 10 or 12 week pregnancy is ended? No injections involved.
So you're disowning those "pregnancies" where a lethal injection is used.
That's another measure of the prochoice cowardice.
 

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They vast majority of people are only interested in marrying someone of the opposite gender so that is the main issue. Allowing men to have normal sex, probably have children and become a priest would be radical. It might be expensive though. Will be interesting.
It didn't do much for those churches that tried it. Marriage, or the lack of it, isn't the problem.
Immaturity when accepting priestly vows does seem to have been a problem.
 

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Have I said it was?
Some things were worse, some were better.

But the greatest evil, injustice and inequality is here today - far surpassing anything that happened in Ireland in the past.
Are you not proud?
What was wore and what was better. Apart from abortion that is. Tell us of what a lovely country it was to live in back then.
 


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