Ireland Celebrates Vote That Legalizes Killing Of Protestants
The nation of Ireland recently voted to repeal its ban on abortion. As a primarily Roman Catholic country, the laws on abortion had been among the most restrictive in the world. But now women can choose to murder their preborn babies without legal consequence. This was a hard fought battle for many years, and many are calling it a revolution.
Within a week of legalizing abortion, the Progressive Party of Ireland pushed through a referendum that would legalize the killing of Protestants. Progressive leader, Lance O'Reilly explains, "We saw a nation change overnight with the repeal of the abortion ban. We knew it was a significant shift and knew the time was right to liberate our people in other ways. So we immediately put forward legislation that would legalize the killing of Protestants. It passed yesterday in a landslide."
Ireland has a rough history in regards to the in-fighting between Catholics and Protestants. The 1970s and 80s were a brutal time of conflict. But through all of that, it was.... and has been illegal for Catholics to kill their counterparts. But that has now changed.
"If a woman can kill her child through abortion because she doesn't want to have to deal with the pressure of that child being in her life, it only makes sense that we should be able to do the same with Protestants," states O'Reilly. He chuckles and adds, "Of course, we can't abort them since they have already been born. But I'm sure we can find humane ways to dispose of them just as the abortion industry has done with babies."
News of these victories has reached Germany where there is talk of restarting the Holocaust. That vote is to be held later this summer.