Repeal is a top down political strategy which is well organised and foreign funded.
Documents leaked last August by DC Leaks claimed that Open Society Foundations (OSF), which is bankrolled by billionaire investor George Soros, intended to remove Ireland’s constitutional protections for the unborn and establish in Ireland an unrestricted abortion regime. This was to be be achieved by massive funding of the repeal the 8th groups, the Abortion Rights Campaign, […]
Here is a link to the correspondence between the Irish Standards in Public Office Commission and the Irish Abortion Rights Campaign regarding the funding from Open Society Foundations obtained under the Freedom of Information Act 2014 showing the flow of correspondence between the State watchdog charged with dealing with illegal campaign funding and the Abortion Rights Campaign. From … Continue reading FOI documents re SIPO warning of Abortion Rights Campaign – refund money to Soros or face prosecution
It is interesting that the main three repeal the 8th lobby pro-choice groups, Amnesty International Ireland, The Irish Council for Civil Liberties and the Abortion Rights Campaign have according to records of the Standards in Public Office (SIPO) de-registered from SIPO. Who is obliged to register? The Explanatory Note from SIPO setting out which organisations referred … Continue reading Repeal the 8th lobby groups de-register from SIPO
Amnesty International Ireland despite engaging in political campaigning has received funds of $150,000 from the US based Soros/Open Society Foundation as part of Soros/Open Society Foundation Plan to repeal the 8th Amendment and create a liberal abortion regime in Ireland. These funds were revealed by DC Leaks. The group received the grant in January 2016 … Continue reading Leading repeal the 8th campaigners Amnesty Ireland does not consider itself engaging in work for “political purposes”
Have you been wondering why we spent massive amounts of money in having a Citizens Assembly to discuss the issue of the Eighth Amendment of the Irish Constitution and now spending no less than twenty million euro in holding a referendum to change our Constitution, when a lack of resources has resulted in record-breaking numbers … Continue reading How to buy an Irish referendum