Unable to persuade people in Ireland to support abortion, abortion activists have had to resort to a new tactic: desecrating a Catholic Church by hanging a banner advertising abortions on it. The group that vandalized the church to peddle its abortion agenda is affiliated with the organization that once ran the abortion boat putting women’s lives and health at risk by giving them dangerous abortion drugs illegally.
Here’s more on what happened:
A GROUP OF pro-choice campaigners placed a banner advertising abortion pills on Galway Cathedral yesterday morning.
The recently-formed Díobháil group placed the banner, which advises women on where they can procure pills which induce miscarriages, on the cathedral yesterday at 7am.
It remained there until after 11am.
Wendy Grace of the Pro Life Campaign, however, accused the group of a publicity stunt.
“These types of initiatives appear to be more concerned with garnering publicity for the pro-choice cause rather than a genuine regard for women’s health and wellbeing.
“The groups involved have no regard for the humanity of the unborn child and no interest in drawing attention to the fact that abortion has significant negative health consequences for many women.
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“It’s no surprise that none of those advocating these dangerous pills, mention abortion pills even when used under supervision can be dangerous, for example In 2011 Jessie Barlow a 19 year old from Surrey died following an abortion using abortion pills. She died five weeks after her abortion and just five days before Christmas.”
This vandalism comes after pro-abortion feminists infiltrated a Catholic Church in Strasbourg, France to protest a speech by Pope Francis to the European Parliament. Before that they the topless pro-abortion feminists protested at the Vatican.