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Ireland Aborts its Future

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It might seem incongruous to quote Ronald Reagan at a time like this. But hear me out. Reagan infamously claimed back in the 1980s that if fascism ever came to America it would come dressed as liberalism. His claim was not only insightful but ominously accurate. This past week has been heart-wrenching for me and it is now with a very deep sense of foreboding that I look forward to the future of life in Ireland — a country I no longer recognize anymore. 

Of course, the key factor I am referring to is the result of the recent Irish referendum on abortion which was carried with a 2 to 1 majority in favor of killing fetuses on demand — an actual landslide win with 66.4% voting to repeal the Eighth Amendment protecting the rights of the unborn. Yes, legislation will now be drafted to limit abortion to 13 weeks though bearing in mind the trajectory that Ireland has placed itself on, this limit will no doubt be extended to 24 weeks as is the case in the UK. If such liberal utopias such as the UK allow for the killing of the unborn up to 24 weeks then Ireland will be sure to follow suit. I can already hear the clamoring of the ecstatic pink-haired Social Justice Warriors demanding that Ireland embrace progressiveness while all those who even question the ethical merits will be, as per usual now, shot down with the slanderous labels meant not just to silence dissent but to quash any and all opposition to the prevailing narrative – Bigot, Fascist, Nazi, etc. etc.

Ireland has now been so subsumed by the prevailing liberal agenda that the only outcome will be the eventual instillation of an authoritarian police state to quell any dissenting voices — if we are following the slippery liberal path trodden by the UK, and all the evidence now points to such, then a similar Nineteen Eighty-Four-style dystopia will also be chosen as the means of ensuring stasis in Ireland. The enforcement of the UK ‘hate speech’ laws which amount to no more than forced silencing of anyone who questions the accepted narrative, is the future I now see for Ireland.

So again, if anything is a further indication of where Ireland is heading then bear in mind that the ‘cultural replacement’ of ethnic Irish people in Ireland will now take place a lot sooner than the projected 2050 mark when Irish people were originally expected to become a minority in their own country. The possibility of such occurring was first mooted by Dublin City University president, Ferdinand von Prondzynski in 2005.¹ However, this surmise was based on a growing influx of foreign nationals into the country with the professor believing that the Irish would prosper economically as a minority, with a new multi-cultural ethic being most advantageous to Ireland. At the time, Von Prondzynski said, ‘Ireland as a multicultural society will be able to make a particularly valuable contribution to the new Europe.’² It is again worth bearing in mind that he was advocating for mass migration to Ireland back in 2005, so much so that the influx of new arrivals would overwhelm the native population. Remember this announcement was made 10 years before the mass migration into the EU.

Then just prior to the economic migrant crisis that swarmed Europe in 2015, Eurostat data demonstrated that the fertility rate in Ireland stood at 1.92.³ While this may not have caused extreme concerns at the time, due to the figure hovering close enough to the all-important replacement rate of 2.1, it did serve to indicate that perhaps the professor’s estimate was not so outlandish after all. However, I think we can safely expect this fertility rate now to dramatically drop in the coming years. For further evidence of that probability, I need only observe the ecstatic response of the Irish mainstream media and of Irish people in general to the result of the abortion referendum on such public platforms as Twitter. The response has actually been quite frightening. I really need to keep reminding myself that their champagne-swilling party celebrations (I kid you not) are to toast the future deaths of thousands of Irish children.

But at least the pro-abortion side had the goodwill to avoid taking a patronizing, vindictive attitude towards those who still cherish the right to life. No, actually, there is ample evidence that the exact opposite happened. To cite one example, Fintan O’Toole in an incredibly sneering article in the Irish Times encouraged all of the ‘normal Irish’ to take the moral high ground and make a valiant effort to avoid treating pro-life advocates as freaks: ‘We shouldn’t need there to be freaks in order to make the rest of us feel normal. The No votes must be allowed to be normal Irish too.’⁴ Yes, you read that correctly. Perhaps there was a great deal of merit after all in the allegations made prior to the referendum that all mainstream media outlets in Ireland were heavily in favor of the pro-abortion side.⁵

So, Ireland’s fertility rate is destined to now take a dramatic nose dive while the progressive liberal Irish policy is to then fill the shortfall in the Irish workforce with people who mainly support an ideology that is not only at variance with western values but is hellbent on the destruction of such values; an ideology though, that sanctifies the importance of large families. And there will be nowhere to turn to when the diversity clash takes place.

“Irish” Schoolboys

To conclude, I am not optimistic about Ireland’s future or the way it has been used in recent years as a Petri dish of sorts to see how a society that once embraced conservative, traditional family values could be turned on its head with just the right amount of social engineering. The abortion referendum, like the same-sex referendum that preceded it, is just another indicator of the perverse path this country has chosen. But most significantly of all, I will watch with bated breath as the slow removal of basic human rights start to be curtailed here, such as freed of speech, freedom of assembly and the sinister sounding enforcement of ‘thought crimes.’

As the Irish prime minister (Taoiseach) hailed the result of the abortion referendum, regarding it as ‘a historic day for Ireland, ⁶ I am again reminded not only of the Regan reference I mentioned at the outset, but a line from Orwell’s classic – a line which exemplifies the drastic measures a society must take to shorn its identity for the sake of maintaining perversity: The sacred principles of Ingsoc. Newspeak, doublethink, the mutability of the past.

Notes

1. https://www.irishtimes.com/news/irish-could-be-minority-ethnic-group-here-by-2050-professor-1.424517

2. https://www.irishcentral.com/news/politics/professor-believes-the-irish-will-be-an-ethnic-minority-in-ireland-by-2050

3. https://www.independent.ie/business/world/baby-blues-no-eu-nation-will-replace-itself-on-current-trend-35527032.html

4. https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/fintan-o-toole-repeal-supporters-must-not-treat-no-voters-as-freaks-1.3511618?__vfz=c_pages%3D2242900001660

5. http://www.thejournal.ie/no-rig-election-4002650-May2018/

6. https://liveblog.irishtimes.com/d1719622b8/Ireland-votes-Yes-in-abortion-referendum/

7. George Orwell, Nineteen Eighty-Four, Signet Classics, 1950

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12 Comments

  1. ster plaz
    Posted June 1, 2018 at 10:22 am | Permalink

    You have to wonder how many of those Irish would vote to make abortion legal if the news and entertainment media, like those in all western nations, had not been portraying it as something good (aka a right). Instead of calling abortion what it really is: snuffing out another human life for one’s private reasons with society via gov’t having no say about whether you end another human life. Many, I think, would not agree to such a thing. They would believe, rightly, that society should determine under what circumstances a life can/cannot be taken.

  2. Markus Ryan
    Posted May 31, 2018 at 6:43 pm | Permalink

    Ireland will survive this easily enough. Irish people are tribal and naturally tend towards cruelty. If anyone thinks that the Irish will simply let their country be colonised they are completely mistaken. You have to remember that Irish culture and character was forged under occupation, any truly altruistic Irish character traits are long extinct, Ireland isn’t Norway or Sweden.

  3. nineofclubs
    Posted May 31, 2018 at 1:18 am | Permalink

    I do feel quite sorry for Ireland. Despite fighting fiercely for independence from Britain over the course of hundreds of years, it appears as though the demographic destruction of the Irish will happen without much resistance at all.

    But in the scheme of things, I’d suggest that abortion laws are not the main driver of falling fertility rates. Social and economic factors, including rising costs of living and displacement by ‘low cost’ immigrant labour, are far more effective in reducing native birth rates in countries that have had liberal abortion policies for decades.

    Parenting payments which give middle class women an alternative to wage drudgery will be far more effective in boosting native birth rates than outlawing abortion. Middle class (read white) women who seriously want an abortion will find one, regardless of the legislation.

  4. rhondda
    Posted May 30, 2018 at 7:02 pm | Permalink

    I suspect the vote was more against the power of the church which refused to admit responsiblity for the sexual abuse of women and boys and girls. Since abortions was the church’s big issue, how else are people to express their anger than go after the one issue that says fuck you to the dirty old men in the church who think they are so holy that it is a sacrement to be abused by them. Yes, of course, some will abuse the right and some will exploit it, but the church white washed their guilt and now this. It does not naturally follow that the right will be abused.

  5. Rob Bottom
    Posted May 30, 2018 at 6:06 pm | Permalink

    It’s rather telling that they would hold a referendum on abortion but not on the “Ireland 2040” plan, which will flood the nation with undesirables from the third world. We are allowed to choose if we will have infanticide but not weaponized mass immigration.

    The referendum result will ensure that the Irish girls inevitably raped by the invading horde can easily abort the resulting pregnancies. Nothing to see here! Their pain and suffering will be reduced to an annual statistic, rather than a very visible problem of Irish rape victims having to leave their country to deal with the fallout. And for those women who are not raped, it will give them the sexual freedom to experiment as much as they like with the new exotic men without fear of having to carry a careless mistake to term. This is what female sexual liberation looks like.

    However, there does appear to be some hope on the horizon. More and more mainstream publications are admitting that IQ is largely genetic and that we will soon have spit tests that can give a reasonable read on potential. It will be difficult for the hostile elites within our governments to defend their pets when everyone knows that race and IQ are related, and some races are less equal than others.

  6. sylvie
    Posted May 30, 2018 at 5:29 pm | Permalink

    Several things to say here.

    First, the usual nonsense to equate two systems – fascism and liberalism – fundamentally opposed in most, if not all values which the author is defending, especially in the topic of this article – is hardly contributing clarity. What the author (and Reagan) wanted to express is that both systems end up needing coercion to enforce their worldview. Nowadays a trivial statement, in Reagan’s times this opinion was in fact surprising, because most people still believed in the moral superiority of “Western Liberal Democracy” facing Socialism.

    Second, abortion is an ethical question, not a political one. Whether a woman has – within certain limits – the right to decide to carry on with her pregnancy or not, is a subject which can be discussed like other topics of this kind (death penalty, for example) and has nothing to do with the immigration catastrophe.

    Third, prohibiting abortion will not in any way help the ethnic Irish or WN in general, quite the contrary. White women can never win the pregnancy race with their third world invaders. The concepts of child education are too different. The solution of this problem is severely limiting or stopping third world immigration, not entering a birth race in the overpopulated European countries or elsewhere.

    Thus, since limiting/prohibiting third world immigration was indeed fascist policy preventing the ‘cultural replacement’ of their people, the fears of Reagan that “fascism comes to America” should be seen less “infamous” by the author.

    And what concerns “hate speech”, I am not sure if the fascist’s laws – if any – have been applied as vigorously as in our “liberal” Western Democracies.

    • Justin Huber
      Posted May 31, 2018 at 9:05 am | Permalink

      You bring up good points. Wonder if Europe would still be experiencing all these demographic problems if those damned “fascists” had won the war?

    • Eugene OBrien
      Posted June 7, 2018 at 12:25 pm | Permalink

      I doubt if many would agree with you that Regan’s warning re. fascism coming to America being cloaked in liberalism, was ‘trivial.’ In light of what has transpired in Western democracies since then, the warning was a stark and ominous foreboding of what results from the imposition of an unimpeded liberal agenda.

  7. An Gal Gréine
    Posted May 30, 2018 at 4:45 pm | Permalink

    I draw some comfort from the fact that the third of the electorate who voted against this travesty will now feel further alienated. The more cracks driven into the go-along-to-get-along consensus the better. And, as morally repugnant as I find abortion, the real existential threat here is immigration. Currently, only about 80% of the population is ethnically Irish, and last year twenty-three percent of all births were to non-national mothers. We’ll be wiped out as a nation by population replacement long before lack of children.

    Nationalists and patriots have sunk significant time and money into opposing this referendum. We may have lost this one, but now that it’s over we can refocus our efforts. I’m reminded of another, larger, landslide referendum victory. The 2004 referendum on citizenship. That was effectively a vote on immigration restriction and we won by 80%.

  8. Franklin Ryckaert
    Posted May 30, 2018 at 4:36 pm | Permalink

    While it is clear that formerly conservative and racially homogeneous Ireland has been a special focus for the destructive New World Order agenda and that its propaganda and social engineering is working, still the outcome of this referendum seems not to reflect that success but rather successful cheating.

    See : Irish Referendum Was Rigged – henrymakow.com
    https://www.henrymakow.com/2018/05/irish-abortion-referendum.html

    The aim is to destroy Ireland racially, morally and culturally and replace it with a majority of non-whites and a minority of (degenerate) white Irish oppressed by a merciless police state, the same aim as for the rest of the white world. Hopefully the same awakening that is happening in the rest of the white world will reach our Irish brothers too.

  9. Nant
    Posted May 30, 2018 at 3:42 pm | Permalink

    Remember – liberalism is based on institutions of civil society, what is between the family and state. And liberalism works through eliminating non-left civil society, it works to atomize people it dislikes. This is how your police state will look like

  10. Vortrekker
    Posted May 30, 2018 at 1:52 pm | Permalink

    Ireland abolishes itself.

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