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British Abortion Service Announces Training of Irish Medical Students To Become Advocates In Ireland.


Radix

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British Abortion Service Announces Training of Irish Medical Students To Become Advocates In Ireland.

Naturally coincidental to the announcement of abortion legislation here, the BPAS (British Pregnancy Advisory Service) an abortion 'provider' has today (14/01/2013) announced that it is offering courses to Irish Medical Students on 'Abortion Care'. In an interview on Today FM Dr. Richard Lyus explained that "...because abortion is an integral part of women's health...it is absolutely essential that all Doctors are able to learn about abortion care..."

Continuing he said, "...what I would hope is that medical students would come and learn about abortion care, they'd learn about how important it is, and that the Irish students would go back and they will become advocates for their patients in Ireland."

So there it is, the industry is expanding to Ireland, jobs will be created and we will all live happily ever after it seems.

Thank you Eamon and Enda?


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The fact that ANY medical procedure requires particular care which has to be taught is of course totally irrelevant.

And I like the way you describe it as somehow the fault of Kenny and Gilmore?

How about thinking of the 4,000 women who go to the UK every year, how about their medical care?

Are we that incompetent as a nation that we have to send our problems away overseas so we can pretend there are none at home?

Grow up!
 

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''Look Son, it's another abortion thread on Politics.ie!''

 
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Naturally coincidental to the announcement of abortion legislation here, the BPAS (British Pregnancy Advisory Service) an abortion 'provider' has today (14/01/2013) announced that it is offering courses to Irish Medical Students on 'Abortion Care'. In an interview on Today FM Dr. Richard Lyus explained that "...because abortion is an integral part of women's health...it is absolutely essential that all Doctors are able to learn about abortion care..."

Continuing he said, "...what I would hope is that medical students would come and learn about abortion care, they'd learn about how important it is, and that the Irish students would go back and they will become advocates for their patients in Ireland."

So there it is, the industry is expanding to Ireland, jobs will be created and we will all live happily ever after it seems.

Thank you Eamon and Enda?


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Oh for the good old days when Doctors whose Catholicity was in doubt were unwelcome in Ireland..... Mebbe Our friend Dark should ask the Government to ask the UK Government - and of course Irish Medical Students shouldn't be allowed to study in the UK
 

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Naturally coincidental to the announcement of abortion legislation here, the BPAS (British Pregnancy Advisory Service) an abortion 'provider' has today (14/01/2013) announced that it is offering courses to Irish Medical Students on 'Abortion Care'. In an interview on Today FM Dr. Richard Lyus explained that "...because abortion is an integral part of women's health...it is absolutely essential that all Doctors are able to learn about abortion care..."

Continuing he said, "...what I would hope is that medical students would come and learn about abortion care, they'd learn about how important it is, and that the Irish students would go back and they will become advocates for their patients in Ireland."

So there it is, the industry is expanding to Ireland, jobs will be created and we will all live happily ever after it seems.
Well, that didn't take long. The abortion fat-cats can smell a new market about to open.
Killing children by abortion is “extremely gratifying” according to the medical director of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS)
 

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How about thinking of the 4,000 women who go to the UK every year, how about their medical care?

Are we that incompetent as a nation that we have to send our problems away overseas so we can pretend there are none at home?

Grow up!
It is you who needs to grow up and the women who travel.
 

The Field Marshal

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Yes indeed.

There is big money to had out of murdering babies in the womb.

When govts get in on the act the money to be made escalates.

Business as usual in the genocide of the innocent all aided and abetted by the foreign murder industry and the state owned broadcastor RTE [Irelands Radio Rwanda]
 

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Yes indeed.

There is big money to had out of murdering babies in the womb.

When govts get in on the act the money to be made escalates.

Business as usual in the genocide of the innocent all aided and abetted by the foreign murder industry and the state owned broadcastor RTE [Irelands Radio Rwanda]
1) Not that there was big money for the RCC in child labour and 'fallen women' ......

2) Bad move for a RCC apologist to raise Rwanda ....
 

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Bored now!

Get over it there is only one place on earth that doesn't need abortion laws, and that is the Vatican, the only sex there is where one partner is too old to have children and the other is too young.

Abortion is a fact of life now throughout the world, and I for one would much prefer if it were done in a safe, sterile and professional way rather than a slippery elm stick or a cocktail of plants and leaves.
 

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It is you who needs to grow up and the women who travel.
It may come as a surprise to you but being grown up involves taking responsibility for the reality, not sticking one's head in the sand ostrich like and pretending that there isn't a problem.


How you can accuse the women who travel to the UK in horrendous and tragic sorrow of not being grown up defies logic and shows you up as nothing more than a misogynist of the first order.
 

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Yes indeed.

There is big money to had out of murdering babies in the womb.

When govts get in on the act the money to be made escalates.

Business as usual in the genocide of the innocent all aided and abetted by the foreign murder industry and the state owned broadcastor RTE [Irelands Radio Rwanda]
Big money? You are joking, aren't you?

To reduce the pain and suffering of 4,000 women to questions of hard cash is frankly shameful and repugnant.
 

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Good news IMO, medical staff not trained in a procedure should be trained.....

END OF.
 

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The fact that ANY medical procedure requires particular care which has to be taught is of course totally irrelevant.

And I like the way you describe it as somehow the fault of Kenny and Gilmore?

How about thinking of the 4,000 women who go to the UK every year, how about their medical care?

Are we that incompetent as a nation that we have to send our problems away overseas so we can pretend there are none at home?

Grow up!

Dearest Astral,

I am worried that anyone at all goes to the UK with child and comes home without him/her.

Four thousand human tragedies every single year for mothers, fathers and children and you tell me to grow up, when so many others don't get the chance to!

And also, likening abortion to "any medical procedure" is completely dishonest and unbecoming of the pre flounce Astral.

The medical procedure involved in removing someone's appendix is normally aimed at preserving life, whereas the "medical procedure" called abortion ends the life of one who may one day need their appendix to be removed if they are only allowed continue their lives.

It may be one thing to elect for obesity surgery for example, but sadly quite another to elect for a 'procedure' which ends life. British society introduced limited 'procedures' which of course ended up being so liberal that David Cameron is trying to turn back the clock. Meanwhile craven Ireland is hell bent on repeating the mistakes of its former oppressor.

We would be more competent as a nation if we were less craven as one!
 

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Dearest Astral,

I am worried that anyone at all goes to the UK with child and comes home without him/her.

Four thousand human tragedies every single year for mothers, fathers and children and you tell me to grow up, when so many others don't get the chance to!

And also, likening abortion to "any medical procedure" is completely dishonest and unbecoming of the pre flounce Astral.

The medical procedure involved in removing someone's appendix is normally aimed at preserving life, whereas the "medical procedure" called abortion ends the life of one who may one day need their appendix to be removed if they are only allowed continue their lives.

It may be one thing to elect for obesity surgery for example, but sadly quite another to elect for a 'procedure' which ends life. British society introduced limited 'procedures' which of course ended up being so liberal that David Cameron is trying to turn back the clock. Meanwhile craven Ireland is hell bent on repeating the mistakes of its former oppressor.

We would be more competent as a nation if we were less craven as one!
What about the situation that the foetus is not feasible, and endangers the mother....

What do we do, connect the Dyson, or sent in a ferret...or have trained medics carry out a proper procedure to save the life it can?

And dont tell me that this doesnt happen.
 

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What about the situation that the foetus is not feasible, and endangers the mother....

What do we do, connect the Dyson, or sent in a ferret...or have trained medics carry out a proper procedure to save the life it can?

And dont tell me that this doesnt happen.

Ah come on now Bob, don't be tastelessly sarcastic!

Read between the lines on this one. The Prime Minister of Ireland announces that there will be suicide abortions introduced into Ireland and an old British mill sees an opportunity to further roll out its services and associated expertise in the dubious and seedy abortion industry.

If Irish medical practice had not been of the highest standard without recourse to abortion, how did we end up with one of the lowest maternal mortality rates in the world, and that is without recourse to sending our medical students to the UK to become proficient in 'abortion care', an unfortunate oxymoron if ever there was one.

And what is the point in conceiving a baby if you are just going to kill it? Is that not part of the culture of death which stifles the life of society rather than allowing it to grow and breathe offering a bright future to its young and future generations.

Must dash, have to feed the baby!
 

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Ah come on now Bob, don't be tastelessly sarcastic!

Read between the lines on this one. The Prime Minister of Ireland announces that there will be suicide abortions introduced into Ireland and an old British mill sees an opportunity to further roll out its services and associated expertise in the dubious and seedy abortion industry.

If Irish medical practice had not been of the highest standard without recourse to abortion, how did we end up with one of the lowest maternal mortality rates in the world, and that is without recourse to sending our medical students to the UK to become proficient in 'abortion care', an unfortunate oxymoron if ever there was one.

And what is the point in conceiving a baby if you are just going to kill it? Is that not part of the culture of death which stifles the life of society rather than allowing it to grow and breathe offering a bright future to its young and future generations.

Must dash, have to feed the baby!
What about Ectopic pregnancies?

Are we to assume that our medical profession is capable of dealing with those?

Because experience has taught me they are not in general.....

There were 45 terminations or thereabouts in Ireland in 2011, carried out by a select few, are you saying that should the demand increase that we use those few to carry out all of them?

Christ, you really couldnt make this up....
 

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Yes indeed.

There is big money to had out of murdering babies in the womb.

When govts get in on the act the money to be made escalates.

Business as usual in the genocide of the innocent all aided and abetted by the foreign murder industry and the state owned broadcastor RTE [Irelands Radio Rwanda]
Do you have evidence that the crime of murder is being committed somewhere? If so, perhaps you should contact the authorities about it.
 

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There were 45 terminations or thereabouts in Ireland in 2011

Not being smart with you Bob, but it is right and always has been right for some pregnancies to be terminated in Ireland, which currently doesn't have abortion, in keeping with current best medical practice.

British abortion companies have never before offered training services here precisely because we don't have an abortion industry.

That BPAS as a British 'provider' of 55, 000 abortions annually is now offering to train Irish people in 'abortion care' in the wake of the Irish Government's stated intention, surely says something about the institutionally accepted culture of death they see coming down the line for Ireland, complete with all the associated profits to be made from such an objectionably life ending 'industry'.
 

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Not being smart with you Bob, but it is right and always has been right for some pregnancies to be terminated in Ireland, which currently doesn't have abortion, in keeping with current best medical practice.

British abortion companies have never before offered training services here precisely because we don't have an abortion industry.

That BPAS as a British 'provider' of 55, 000 abortions annually is now offering to train Irish people in 'abortion care' in the wake of the Irish Government's stated intention, surely says something about the institutionally accepted culture of death they see coming down the line for Ireland, complete with all the associated profits to be made from such an objectionably life ending 'industry'.
I have to take the other view, due to experience....
 

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Naturally coincidental to the announcement of abortion legislation here, the BPAS (British Pregnancy Advisory Service) an abortion 'provider' has today (14/01/2013) announced that it is offering courses to Irish Medical Students on 'Abortion Care'. In an interview on Today FM Dr. Richard Lyus explained that "...because abortion is an integral part of women's health...it is absolutely essential that all Doctors are able to learn about abortion care..."

Continuing he said, "...what I would hope is that medical students would come and learn about abortion care, they'd learn about how important it is, and that the Irish students would go back and they will become advocates for their patients in Ireland."

So there it is, the industry is expanding to Ireland, jobs will be created and we will all live happily ever after it seems.

Thank you Eamon and Enda?


http://audio.todayfm.com/1230678.wav

Welcome
Ah how quaint the agenda of the american priest.

Forget about Irish women and concentrate on agenda, you are a disgrace to your collar, father.


I deliberately pitched my phraseology at a level that would be instinctively understood by a certain genre, so thanks for the reply; it obviously resonated at some level with you.

I am indeed a priest, and a Spouse, and a Parent; you could correctly call me a priest of creation.

Is this difficult for you to accept?
It may be bedtime in Ireland. I am only waking up!
Disgusting and typical.
 
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