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66d85 No.149198

>An exit poll released by The Irish Times points to a landslide margin for the 'Yes' side of the referendum, at 68% to 32% for 'No'.
>Those taking part in Friday's referendum were asked whether they wanted to repeal or retain a part of the constitution known as the Eighth Amendment, which says an unborn child has the same right to life as a pregnant woman.
>Currently, abortion is only allowed when a woman's life is at risk, but not in cases of rape, incest or fatal foetal abnormality.
Looks like Ireland is marching towards insane liberal values as well.

1bd09 No.149206

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>the absolute STATE of the West

Sometimes I actually want the Muslims to completely jihad Europe, just to end it all

f4eb8 No.149269

Ireland has already given into the LGBT nonsense so it's kind of inevitable.

What surprises me is how the former refuge of Catholicism and home of the IRA capitulated in a matter of a couple of decades.

186a6 No.149270

I'm very surprised that the margin is this large

92bf5 No.149413

Apparently genocide in Ireland is going to be legal. Pray for those lost souls. 🙏

1c0a0 No.149415

>incest or fatal foetal abnormality.
>a retard-inducing abnormality is a-okay as long the fetus is not in danger of dying but a perfectly normal child born by incest isn't
That's why christcuckoldry is still cancer.

c1234 No.149424


66d85 No.149548

>Exit polls suggest about 69% voted to repeal a part of the constitution that effectively bans terminations.
Well fuck.

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