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?”
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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From a formal point of view, the pro-life European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI), which, having collected 1,9 million signatures for the Commission to stop funding activities involving the destruction of human embryos, remains the most successful of all ECIs until today, has lost the case. But from a substantial point of view, the pro-lifers have won a half-victory, and they might now examine the possibility of having the decision reviewed by the EU’s highest judicial Instance, the Court of Justice of the EU. Continue reading “European Court: Commission’s reply to ONE OF US was based on (not manifest) errors”
Yes, it is possible! The trend towards legalized sodo-“marriage” is not irreversible; social development is not a one-way road into decadence and moral corruption.
The tiny Caribbean nation of Bermuda is the first country in the world were legalized sodo-“marriage”, which had been imposed on the unwilling nation by the arrogant and preposterous judicial fiat of its Supreme Court in May 2017, is repealed. Continue reading “Bermuda is the world’s first country to abolish sodo-“marriage””
According to a recent report on LifeSiteNews, there are increasing indicators that the strategy of the international LGBT lobby, which consists in promoting fake news, fake science, and consistent misuse of judicial or administrative powers, is backfiring. Citizens are beginning to realize that it is not homosexuals who are being bullied, but normal people like themselves.
Perhaps the most remarkable sign of reversal is the first round of the presidential elections in Costa Rica, where, in the wake of a grotesquely unfounded decision by the Inter-American Human Rights Court according which all Member States are obliged to legislate for sodo-“marriage”, one candidate who has clearly stated his opposition to this perverse agenda (and, hence, his intention to free Costa Rica from the dictates of this sham tribunal) has taken the lead, defeating the candidates of the country’s biggest political parties. It appears that ordinary citizens are no longer indifferent to the manipulations and power abuses of once prestigious “human rights bodies”…