What happens when you displace St Patrick with a gay atheist?

Since 2018, abortionists in Ireland have killed ten times the number killed during The Troubles.
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21 Responses to What happens when you displace St Patrick with a gay atheist?

  1. NFA says:

    That’s why I was referring to No Public Prayer as the ACT’s third rail.

    Ireland have set it at 1,000 metres.

    Obviously they believe Prayer works!

  2. Lee says:

    With typical Orwellian doublespeak, the bill is described as providing “safe access zones,” designating the presence of prayer and the reminder of God as a danger.

    It always amazes me how the left use the word “safe” in connection with murder facilities with a straight face and absolutely no sense of irony.

    “Orwellian” indeed.

  3. C.L. says:

    A weird globalist Indian gay dude suddenly becomes prime minister of Ireland during a fake pandemic and his first big pitch is legalising abortion. Followed by homosexual ‘marriage’ and the invasion of a primordial Celtic land by African Muslims. Followed by bans on public prayer, a crackdown on “right-wing” critics and legislated bans on free speech. During the abortion referendum, by the way, Big Tech worked to silence the No case – citing ‘foreign interference.’

    This was a text book modern coup.

  4. Nix says:

    CL: the decision was made by a public process overwhelmingly supported by Catholic Irish adults. Suck it up.

  5. Boambee John says:

    Another thoughtful contribution to the debate from Nix.

  6. Christine says:

    ‘Catholic Irish adults’ in a peculiar way obedient to the trend as once their forebears were to the Church.
    The Irish majority demonstrate their enthusiasm for the trendy cancelling of people who won’t conform.
    Anyway, so much for Work and Pray.

  7. twostix says:

    CL: the decision was made by a public process overwhelmingly supported by Catholic Irish adults. Suck it up.

    The Jonestown community said the very same thing.

  8. rosie says:

    Even in 2003 only 43% of Irish who identified as Catholic attended mass at least once a week.
    Those identifying as Catholic are somewhere between 69 and 83% of the Irish population.

  9. C.L. says:

    …the decision was made by a public process overwhelmingly supported…

    See also the election of Adolf Hitler.

  10. Ed Case says:

    Gerry Adams is the biggest landlord in Ireland, through Government contracts to house African reffos in his many apartment buildings.
    But, yeah, that Gay Hindu is up there.

  11. C.L. says:

    Ed, do you have a link to a mainstream or official source that shows Gerry Adams is Ireland’s “biggest landlord”?

  12. Franx says:

    Am not of Irish descent but I would say that the forebears of Irish Catholics were obedient to the Church insofar as their obedience was to an authority they themselves had granted to the Church – that is, Catholics were not merely and irrationally obedient to an unlawful authority but obedient with respect to their own lawfully installed authority. True and freely given authority has, though, been usurped across the board. It tends no longer to be granted but stolen and dressed or undressed as a powerful something or another, put on a pedestal to be idolised as grotesqueries, as fraudulent science, as deathless, immortal safety, and so on.

  13. Ed Case says:

    No, but it seems to be common knowledge on the net.
    I don’t have a link to claims that Adams worked for MI6 either, but it’s not seriosly disputed.

  14. Boambee John says:

    Dick Ed goes for the “reliable internet sources” claim.

    Nice one Dick.

  15. Boambee John says:

    PS, the internal security agency is MI 5, not MI 6.

  16. Lee says:

    I hope BoN doesn’t mind me quoting him from Dover’s blog:

    If they don’t believe in God what is prayer going to do? Harmless. So why make it illegal? If they do believe in God then they’re going to hell. Seems a pretty simple equation to me.

  17. Nix says:

    It seems rather clear that democratic decisions are not tolerated in this blog. In this case a niche sectarian bigotry rejected by a Catholic majority (which Christine somehow thinks was not enough – di we need to force people to vote?)

  18. NFA says:

    love your joke crusada nixi

    so you support democracy eh?

  19. Boambee John says:


    Let’s be democratic. We can vote whether you can stay.

    I vote that you leave the blog. Others should add their votes.

  20. Christine says:

    On the Bulletorial thread,
    Nix writes “none of the outlaws has been outlawed”.
    He knows “none” takes a verb in the singular. This is rare and I’m in awe.
    I vote for a second chance for Nix.

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