It is well-known and undisputed that the shocking outcome of the referendum held in Ireland to strip unborn children of their human rights was the result of a huge imbalance between the pro-abortion and the pro-life in terms of political and financial support, with all of the four political parties currently represented in the Dail and all of the countries mass media supporting the pro-abortion campaign, which also received lavish (but illegal) funding from foreign political entrepreneurs such as George Soros. The decision of Google not to allow any campaigning on its website was also a perfectly example of indirect discrimination, because it disproportionately (and intentionally) affected the pro-life campaign. But all this does not suffice to explain the massive shift towards the repeal of the pro-life “8th Constitutional Amendment”, so keenly desired by the country’s political and media elite, within the last 24 hours of campaigning. Continue reading “Ireland: did the pro-abortion side win the referendum thanks to massive fraud?”
Catholic leaders in central Europe vowed to uphold church teachings on marriage after Europe’s highest court ruled same-sex married couples should have residence rights in all countries. Continue reading “Central Europe: Church leaders oppose CJEU ruling on “LGBT rights””
US President Donald Trump arrived late for the “gender equality” meeting that was part of the G7 international summit, prompting an angry Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to kick it off without waiting for “stragglers” to arrive.
It is believed that the US President created the incident deliberately to show what he thinks of the Canadian Prime Minister and his ultra-leftist social agenda. Continue reading ““Gender Issues” not a priority for Trump.”
Hungary’s support for families by the government is creating an environment where marriages and families are flourishing and abortion numbers are dropping, one of the country’s ministers advised a recent international conference on life and family.
The support has caused abortion numbers to plunge by more than a third of what they were in 2010 (40,449 to 28,500). It has also caused a plunge in the number of divorces (23,873 in 2010 to 18,600 in 2017) and a surge in the number of marriages (35,520 in 2010 to 50,600 in 2017).
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While the CJEU, with yesterday’s decision to impose on Member States an obligation to give legal effect to “marriages” concluded by persons of the same sex, is heading down the pernicious road of judicial activism, the Supreme Court of the United States has made an important step back towards reason and common sense. In a 7-2 ruling in the case of Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, the Court found that the applicant, a baker, was in his right to refuse an order by a sodomite couple to bake a wedding cake with obscene decorations for the purpose of celebrating their “marriage”. Continue reading “United States: LGBT-totalitarianism suffers setback”
The CJEU’s decision in the Coman case is out, and as some rumours in the last weeks already indicated, it is yet another case in which a judicial authority is cheekily abusing the powers conferred to it in order to promote a highly controversial agenda for which the EU has no mandate. The trick is always the same: take a legal provision that was adopted years ago and give it a temerarious new interpretation of which no serious-minded person will ever believe that it was intended when the text was drafted. Continue reading “The CJEU’s abusive decision on the “right to free movement” of sodomite couples”
Ireland has abandoned the most basic of human values and returned to pre-civilization. The outcome of last week’s referendum, in which two thirds of participants voted in favour of repealing all human rights of a certain group of their fellow citizens – those not having left their mother’s wombs – means that very soon Ireland will soon allow abortion on demand. Continue reading “Ireland: a new Age of Darkness”