Ireland’s Prime Minister Enda Kenny is coming closer to his objective of destroying the moral texture of Irish society. Two years after the constitutional referendum that re-defined marriage as a union of “two persons” (thus opening it to the absurd notion of a “marriage” between persons of the same sex), his next target is the abolition of the constitutional protections for the right to life of the weakest and most helpless members of society, unborn children.
Ultimately, the plan is to hold yet another referendum, probably in 2018, to do away with the so-called “8th Amendment” (Article 40.3.3 of the Constitution) that specifically obliges the State to protect children:
The State acknowledges the right to life of the unborn and, with due regard to the equal right to life of the mother, guarantees in its laws to respect, and, as far as practicable, by its laws to defend and vindicate that right.
But before such a referendum can be held, public opinion must be manipulated. The disgusting and shameless propaganda campaign following the death of an Indian immigrant, the Savita Halappanavar, which was falsely claimed to have occured because she was denied an (allegedly “life-saving”) abortion provided the pro-abortion government a convenient pretext to call in question the existing protections for the right to life. A so-called “Citizens´Assembly”, consisting of “randomly selected” but (surprise, surprise!) mostly pro-abortion or otherwise easily manipulated populace war instituted to discuss the issue. This Assembly has now adopted a report that is even more extremist than observers had expected, proposing Ireland to adopt what would become one of the most liberal abortion-on-demand regimes in the world. This happens despite the fact that an overwhelming majority of the submissions the Assembly received were pro-life.
Of course the baby-butchering-campaign is lavishly funded from outside Ireland, including (illegally) by so-called “philanthropist” George Soros.
If the Irish people fail to realize how they are being manipulated, Ireland’s days as a bastion of human rights could soon be counted.