John Waters vs #FagrepublicIreland

John Waters, author, playwright and former journalist, describes the degeneration of a nation. (#FagrepublicIreland).

John Waters is the greatest Irish speaker since Edward Carson.

“What has happened to Ireland?” (Crisis of Democracy Ireland, 2018.01.12)

“Ireland and the abolition of God” (The Iona Institute, 2012.12.12)

“John Waters discusses how Ireland has pushed talk of God to the margins of public life.”

“Ireland and the End of Debate” (2016.09.17)

“John Waters speaking to the Iona Institute about how the range of acceptable opinion in Ireland has become narrower and narrower over time, largely thanks to a complicit media that demonizes voices that dissent from the secular liberal consensus.”

Grand Torino: Interview with Mr John Waters (2018.02.10)

The 8th Amendment was only passed by 51.5% of the Dáil (67% of the TD’s who voted). Now the more degenerate and satanic citizenry of present-day #FagrepublicIreland will probably vote to get rid of that amendment. Irish MuhConstitutionalism Republicanism has always been queer as fuck.

The Amendment inserted a new sub-section after section 3 of Article 40. The resulting Article 40.3.3° read: “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.”

On 14 June 2017, #FagrepublicIrelnd’s streetshitting faggot Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced his government’s intention to bring forward legislation to facilitate the holding of a referendum on abortion in 2018.

On 29 January 2018, the government agreed to hold a referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment in May 2018.

The Thirty-Sixth Amendment of the Constitution Bill 2018 is a bill which, if enacted, would amend the Constitution of Ireland to remove the constitutional protection for the life of the unborn and allow for the legislation of infanticide. It is being proposed by Minister for Health Simon Harris on behalf of the Government of Ireland.

An amendment to the constitutionmust pass both Houses of the Oireachtas and be approved by Irish citizens voting in a referendum.

On 20 February 2018 the Taoiseach announced that the Cabinet had approved an amendment which would remove the following subsection 40.3.3° in its entirety:

40.3.3°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.

This subsection shall not limit freedom to travel between the State and another state.

This subsection shall not limit freedom to obtain or make available, in the State, subject to such conditions as may be laid down by law, information relating to services lawfully available in another state.

Note: The first clause was added by Eighth Amendment approved by referendum in 1983. The second and third clauses were approved by referendum in 1992 by the Thirteenth Amendment and the Fourteenth Amendment respectively.

The cabinet also approved wording for the addition of the following text to the Constitution:

Provision may be made by law for the regulation of termination of pregnancies.

Unborn does not have inherent constitutional rights outside right to life

The Supreme Court has ruled that the unborn has no rights under the Constitution other than the right to life in the Eighth Amendment, in a landmark case about the extent of the rights of the unborn. The State had appealed a High Court finding that the unborn has constitutional rights beyond the right to life. Chief Justice Mr Justice Frank Clarke said the judgment was lengthy and complex. But he said it had been possible to reach consensus on the issue and the decision of the seven-judge court was unanimous.

Cabinet signs off on 8th amendment referendum bill

The Attorney-General is understood to have no concerns over a Supreme Court ruling

NewsTalk, 8 March 2018

The Cabinet has signed off on a bill to call a referendum on the 8th amendment. Ministers approved the bill, which outlines what question will be put to people, with a likely referendum date in May. The Cabinet unanimously approved the bill on Thursday morning.

The Attorney-General also briefed the Cabinet but it is understood he had no concerns about yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling, which found that the unborn have no rights under the Constitution outside of the 8th amendment.

Health Minister Simon Harris outlined what question people will be asked: ‘To repeal Article 40.3.3 in its entirety, and replace it with the wording that we’ve already published – the 13 words that would go into the Constitution that would make it clear that provision may be made in law for the regulation of termination of pregnancy”.

The referendum bill now has to go before the Dáil and Seanad. Some TDs believe there will be 48 hours of debate on the issue needed before it can pass. However the Government is confident their timeline of having a referendum in late May is still on track.

Fenianism has always been queer and Masonic though.


by Padraig Pearse

Little lad of the tricks,
Full well I know
That you have been in mischief:
Confess your fault truly.

I forgive you, child
Of the soft red mouth:
I will not condemn anyone
For a sin not understood.

Raise your comely head
Till I kiss your mouth:
If either of us is the better of that
I am the better of it.

There is a fragrance in your kiss
That I have not found yet
In the kisses of women
Or in the honey of their bodies.

Lad of the grey eyes,
That flush in thy cheek
Would be white with dread of me
Could you read my secrets.

He who has my secrets
Is not fit to touch you:
Is not that a pitiful thing,
Little lad of the tricks ?