Ireland’s First LGBT Prime Minister Declares Babies Don’t Deserve To Live Because ‘They Don’t Have The Same Human Rights’

We warned for years that the LGBT, based on the words of Sacred Scripture, is a form of serious sin that cries out to Heaven for vengeance and leads to other sins such as murder and blasphemy, especially of the innocent.

Ireland is a nation with a long Catholic history, but in recent years has fallen as with much of Europe. Now Ireland’s first openly LGBT Prime Minister has declared that he will legalize the murder of unborn children in that nation because, in his view, unborn children don’t deserve to live because they do not have equal human rights:

Ireland’s first openly gay prime minister has entered office.

Leo Varadkar is also the youngest prime minister in Irish history.

He is said to be liberal on social debates such as gender issues and abortion, but is criticized for his right-leaning economic views.

Varadkar wants to expand abortion options, telling The Irish Times that he disagrees with Ireland’s current constitutional position that equates the unborn child’s life to that of the mother’s life.

“What we have at the moment…is this kind of absolute right to life where the unborn’s life is equal to that of a pregnant mother, I don’t agree with that. I think that is too restrictive,” he said.

He has confirmed there will be a referendum on the Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution on abortion next year.

The current amendment gave recognition to the right to life of an unborn child. It was signed into law on October 7, 1963.

In his acceptance speech Wednesday, Varadkar said politics of the past no longer work.

“The government that I lead will not be one of Left or Right because those old divisions do not comprehend the political challenges of today,” he said. (source)

Now this is an older story (June 2017), and I bring up because of the large amount of talk there has been in society about supporting the LGBT and the future of their agenda and what it will bring. In spite of the continuing revelation of horrible stories, scandals, the push for transsexualism among young children and the social legitimization of even more terrible forms of sin on a scale never before seen in world history, I am not surprised in the least. In fact, I could have told you this was coming based on past example. Likewise, things are going to get worse for the time, and it doesn’t come as a surprise either.

Forrest Gump said it well- stupid is as stupid does. If somebody tells you they are something or they support something, and then their actions go and testify to what their words are, it does not matter what else they say. Unless there is a true change that takes place, their words confirm their deeds and vice versa. This applies to any group or individual.

It is difficult to speak out against the LGBT today because to do so puts you in opposition to the culture not just in the USA, but around the world. Sodomy always was a sin, and as we continually emphasize, the sinfulness of the act and the severity of this sin is explicitly clear in the Bible. However, public support of this heinous sin is now regarded as a mark of social virtue and to oppose it is to label oneself a social pariah.

Make no mistake, collecting labels is a good thing. People labeled Jesus with all kinds of horrible labels, but it did not matter, because no man can change truth from God. So be proud if people label you because you stand for Biblical truth, because just as they did to the prophets of old, to Christ when He walked on the Earth, and the great saints in the ages since, so they will do to you. In response to their label, you return to them the knowledge of the truth, which lest they repent stands as condemnation of their sins or sinful views.

We told you the LGBT are pedophiles. People laughed at us. Then the LGBT supports pedophilia. (source)

We told you the LGBT supports sex with farm animals. People laughed at us. Then the LGBT supported bestiality.

We told you the LGBT wants to molest your children . People laughed at us. Then the LGBT brags about molesting children. (source)

We told you the LGBT supports vile sex acts. People laughed at us. Then the LGBT brags about teaching teenagers to engage in homosexual play with feces. (source)

We told you the LGBT wants to take away your children. People laughed at us. Then the LGBT passes laws to take children away from people who oppose them. (source)

We told you the LGBT spreads horrible diseases. People laughed at us. Then the LGBT admits they normalized HIV and other STDs. (source)

We told you the LGBT is used as a political lever to overthrow other nations. People laughed at us. Then the LGBT is used as a reason to try and overthrow nations for political reasons. (source)

We told you the LGBT hates Christ. People laughed at us. Then the LGBT actively persecutes Christian pastors who say that homosexuality is a sin. (source)

We told you the LGBT worships satan. People laughed at us. Then the LGBT said that half of the members of the church of satan are LGBT. (source)

We told you the LGBT worships murder and death, especially of children. People laughed at us. Then the LGBT does this.

So when we tell you the end of the LGBT is burning in hell because God Himself said so in the Old and New Testaments and for two thousand years of Christian teaching, we so because it is the truth.

Sure, some people will laugh. For now.

So speak out. Be proud when people hate you and label you, for the hate you because they hate Christ. When they bark like dogs, be the whistle for their ears, because the torment they claim is actually the voice of their conscience convicting them of their sins they refuse to repent of.

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  • magaforever

    May his assassination come soon

    • PaulF

      That’s a bit hard. How about he calls an early election and gets the result he so richly deserves?

      • magaforever

        Those who believe unborn babies have no right to life only expose that it is they who have no right to life

  • That worthless sack of human being forgot one fundamental truth: he was born from his mother.

    By his logic, he should have been terminated by his mother because he didn’t have the right to live.

    Good thing his mama loved him enough to give birth to him. Now, he is a faggot that does not regard the God who fashioned him in his mother’s womb nor does he regard the most innocent lives, the unborn babies.

  • Grandmere

    If you had told me twenty years ago that this would happen, I would not have believed it. Ireland? Gone to Sodom? We now have these “enfant terribles” in charge of Canada, Ireland and France. They will be coming for us older folks next. Just watch.

    • susan

      Many Americans live fruitful lives while treating their chronic pain with opioids. I wonder if one day they’ll ban their usage altogether except for euthanasia.

      • Darren Neufeldt

        As one who relies on said opioids for daily function that thought absolutely terrifies me as Canada recently passed an euthanasia law.

        • susan

          It worries me and some of my elderly friends who have similar chronic pain conditions that are successfully treated with opioids. We worry that one day we won’t have any doctors left who will prescribe opioids except as an end of life “solution”. And yet the stories of people dying because of opioids/heroin is staggering. These people are taking it for other reasons than chronic pain. Probably emotional pain. And who knows what the heroin has been cut with…vet tranquilizers?

          • mspip

            misuse of these drugs is a problem and it can be fatal. yet these drugs do relieve pain. those who need it should be allowed to have this relief from the doctors. if not needed it should not be given to patients. emotional pain could be relieved by tranquilizer drugs given by doctor, not by street corner merchants.

          • susan

            Sighs. It’s difficult for me to understand why anyone would WANT to take opioids for recreational use. To me, there’s nothing “fun” about it. It gets old very quick. If there was something else that would help, then I’d try it in a heartbeat. For those of us who use these meds, I do think it’s important to keep narcan nasal spray.

          • mspip

            dislike any meds but have to use some stuff that I would like to ditch. yes some are important to keep us going.

          • susan

            “Some are important to keep us going.” Indeed! Just like a heart condition or high blood pressure need comprehensive medical treatments, so does the central nervous system when it’s under duress and there’s nothing available to treat the underlying condition.

          • Grandmere

            I cannot use them as they shut down my kidneys. I have nerve ablation done from time to time. Most people would be crying with what I live with every day. My pain tolerance is now very high, thanks be to God.

          • susan

            It seems backward but suffering has brought me closer to God than anything else. I remember reading a story about a nun who after many years of suffering was finally delivered from it. She confessed to missing the suffering because it was during some of those times that she shared a very sweet time of union with our Lord. Are you familiar with Padre Pio, Grandmere?

            I’m very sorry to hear what happened to your kidneys!! Nerve pain is terrible…it’s a relentless current of jolting electricity that wears one down. And of course there’s the skeletal and muscular pain that go along with it. I’m glad the nerve ablations provide a bit of comfort for you. :).

          • Grandmere

            As soon as they took me off the oxy, my kidney function returned to normal. As far as the pain goes, I follow Mother Angelica’s advice. I have consecrated it to the lashes on Jesus’ back.

          • susan

            That’s so inspiring Grandmere. My efforts to do so have largely failed. It’s very embarrassing to admit though. It makes me feel like a failure somehow. I’m certain your story will give others hope and encouragement. :). Thank you for sharing, Grandmere.

          • Darren Neufeldt

            I agree with the suffering bringing someone closer to God. It feels to me that the worse the pain is the closer I feel to Him, and when I am having a good day I have noticed that I don’t pray as much. I hate to say it, but at some level I don’t want the suffering to go away either. Don’t get me wrong, I pray all the time for relief it’s just that I recognize that it has been a part for so long I wouldn’t know what to do and I don’t know if I would be as close as I feel I am now. Lately, I was blessed to see one of the traveling icon of Our Lady of Fatima and completed what was necessary for the Brown Scapular that accompanies the icon. I have scince decided that the suffering I suffer I have dedicated to Our Lord for the conversion of sinners as the Saint Jacinta did.

          • susan

            i think that’s a wonderful act! lol.
            I also remember something else our blessed mother said…”Learn to love poverty”. Lest anyone panic, i believe she was speaking to some religious.. :D. It takes a lot of humility to love poverty.
            Darren, have you heard “bearing the sufferings of another”?

          • Darren Neufeldt

            No I haven’t heard of bearing the suffering of another, I’m going to have to look that up.

          • susan

            I’ve seen it used when a person is in great pain. The other person asks God if she/he might carry/share that person’s pain. Enevitably I’ll see her a day or two later and she’s quietly experiencing that persons’s symptoms. This is usually done for brief periods of time. There are others that will bear sufferings for a lifetime.

          • Darren Neufeldt

            Thank you for the basic rundown of it. It does sound like something I could possibly do.

          • susan

            You’re already suffering a lot Darren. I meant it more in a conversational way. :). However, I think it’s wonderful that you’d even consider such a thing…

          • Darren Neufeldt

            I guess the way I look at it is that since I already have pain pretty much everywhere a little more wouldn’t be that much of a burden. I know what it’s like to be bed ridden and have everything hurt with no relief so…..why not if it helps someone else, or can be used as Saint Jacinta did with her own pain? We’ll see how this goes, I guess I’m just asking for a world of pain and suffering but I did it. I’m not going to say who I prayed to help as I don’t want the attention, but I hope they feel better soon.

          • Grandmere

            Darren, When I began to consecrate my pin to Christ’s stripes, it actually began to lessen. Not right away. I just kept bearing with it. Then I started having hip problems. My priest and the Bishop came to my house and prayed for me. They laid hands on me and anointed me with oil of chrism. At that point I was on opioids and living in a recliner. The first insight I received was that the medication was making things worse because I could not pass urine. That added to the pain. The doctors did not catch the connection. I am sure this is not the case with you. I hung in there and bought a board so that I could hang upside down to relieve the pressure. It started working. Today I am much improved. The pain will never go away but at least I am not quivering and crying from the pain. God has given me the grace to live with “what I am able to bear” .Ask your priest to lay hands on you and anoint you. Pray for wisdom as well as relief. My heart is filled with love for you, brother. May my own pain remind me that I am “under the load”, helping to bear your burden.

          • susan

            Darren, i thought just as you did…i didn’t even ask for all their pain…just some to make it so they could get around better….for the next 48 hours I was saying sh*t every time i tried to use my leg…that good person had the worst sciatic pain and had quietly endured it for years… Anyways, God Bless and i entrust these endeavors also to our blessed mother. 🙂

        • Grandmere

          When I said my prayer for you this morning, I made sure to pray for your surgeon. That this upcoming surgery will raise you up to full health. Please keep us posted as the day approaches.

          • Darren Neufeldt

            Thank you Grandmere for the continued prayers, I have been keeping a continuous prayer for everyone here as well. I will definitely keep you posted since I got a tablet this last Christmas. I should be able to stay in touch with all of you here shortly after the surgery if not immediately after the anesthesia wears off. October can’t seem to come quickly enough.

          • susan

            Darren, if you don’t mind my asking, are you having spinal surgery?

          • Darren Neufeldt

            Hi Susan, yes, I’m having decompression surgery on the L3-L4 area of my spine. I have scar tissue and bone compressing the nerve root. It will be the 6th surgery on my back. I’ve had a 2 partial discectomies in the L4-L5, the first of which was successful. The 2nd had scar tissue compressing the nerve root with calcium deposits growing into the nerve which caused nerve damage and subsequently failed back syndrome. The 3rd was for a spinal cord stimulator, 4th to reposition it, and 5th to remove it because I couldn’t get it to penetrate the scar tissue. (Fun fact for those that don’t know: They wake you up mid sugery to make sure the paddle is in the right spot, at which point in the 4th they had to remove bone to place it properly. It was let’s say interesting.) I also am waiting to see where along the shoulders or neck if anything is pinched as I have a lot of pain moving my arms with reduced strength and numbness. There is more that is wrong with some of it being either fixed or managed but this is it in relation to my back. I realize this is more than the simple yes that was required but I thought it would help those that don’t know why Grandmere has been praying so diligently for me and now the surgeon. Hope that helps.

          • susan

            Thank you, Darren. I can see why Grandmere is praying so hard for you. And she recently shared her own daily trials with back pain. My own surgery relieved some problems and also created a cascading effect which involved surgery on more and more levels.
            I will pray for you, Darren. 🙂 It appears you are carrying a great load right now with a lot of hopes and dreams on the table.

          • Darren Neufeldt

            I’m sorry to hear of your problems as well, I’ll pray for you as well. As far as hopes and dreams, I learned a long time ago to have hopes and dreams for the afterlife. My hopes and dreams here have been on hold since 87/88. With slight resurgence in 2000.

          • susan

            i have no words which suffice. i do see that you have treasures in heaven. When I read about the great Saints…some were completely bed ridden for years. Others had repeated sicknesses. Others tortured and murdered. Others kept as a remnant. i pray you will be kept as a remnant. :D. Have you read St. Faustina’s diaries yet? Jesus commanded that she keep one. And have you seen the Divine Mercy Chaplet? And the Divine mercy painting?

          • Darren Neufeldt

            Sad to say, but I haven’t read St. Faustina’s diaries yet but it’s on my list. As for The Divine Mercy Chaplet and painting, my parish has a copy of the painting in poster form hanging in the church close to the Alter and I pray the Chaplet right after the 5 decades of the Rosary. In total I think my morning prayers takes an hour plus a half depending on the intentions for the day. I’ve found great comfort in praying those plus the St. Michael Chaplet, St. Jude Chaplet (depends on intentions), and the Chaplet of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. I also have Novena’s that are sent by email for both the USA, and Canada. I have been thinking lately that maybe my calling is to pray, a lot, lol. I guess there’s worse ways to pass the time.

          • Darren Neufeldt

            Just thinking about the time spent in the morning, I have to add that I also post a daily bible reading on Google+ every morning. That adds up to an hour of reading depending on the reading. I’m a slow reader.

            https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/105040248063772898979

          • susan

            Slowly reading the bible is the wise way! Sometimes just pondering a verse or two or even a few words…. :).

            One of my friends sometimes prays to bear the sufferings of others. Just prepare. In my brief experiences, God has honored those requests.

          • Darren Neufeldt

            I agree with reading the bible slowly, so much can be missed. The whole reason I started the community was simply for the love of reading God’s word. I have also found that a lot of people don’t know the bible at all, so this way they can read it easily without having to rely solely on themselves. It is also how I came to realize the Catholic Church is the true Church, which is why the Protestant one is still going. When I was Protestant I found myself drifting because every church was self teaching with no central beliefs, if they did it changed frequently depending on the times. God put a desire in my heart to find the true Church, which on reading the Protestant bible is hard to do. I started reading the Apocrypha because I was given the desire to read all I could about the Bible and eventually challenged myself to either prove or disprove everything I knew about Catholicism (I was brainwashed to believe it was of Satan), but everything pointed to it. The rest is as they say, history.

            Sounds like bearing the grief and suffering of others is not for the faint of heart. I’ll have to think on this, but it does sound very rewarding to me, as in something I might like to do. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

          • susan

            Most assuredly you’re “in your element” so to speak, with your calling to prayer. :D. I’m glad her diary is on your list. Today is the Feast of Assumption, a holy day of obligation. 🙂

        • mspip

          euthanasia for humans? I know that Canada has some really liberal politics. but this is way too much!

          • Darren Neufeldt

            Unfortunately the law was passed within the last year or two, I can’t remember exactly. It is supposed to be for those that are terminally ill and of sound mind that would like to end their life on their terms not the illnesses. Saying that, there have already been rumblings of expanding the law to include others that want to end it early. We’re in dire need of a miracle to get Canada right with God. What’s worse is every Catholic church in my diocese (possibly country) is praying for a reconciliation with Islam. I’m going to be making an appointment with the Fr of my local church to find out why, and hopefully show him some truths about Islam. Please pray for this, and that hopefully some eyes will be opened.

          • mspip

            the priests probably do not know much about islam. reconciliation to that is likely to be a bad idea. maybe you can
            explain to them or him what islam really means. they need to be taught about that. actually everyone needs to be educated on this matter.

    • richinnameonly

      Uh-oh!

    • Then it will be people with disabilities like me (profoundly deaf but still a productive citizen) and children born with disabilities. It won’t stop.

  • David G

    1 Peter 5:8 comes to mind. Satan is leading astray vast numbers of people around our planet. These evil so called leaders of the world are leading their people straight into the pit. We must resist and stand strong together!

  • Ozibarb

    Australia is about to have a voluntary postal vote as to whether gay marriage should be legalised or not in this country. I pray for the “no” vote to win, but as with most other western countries already having legalised it, I’m not holding my breath.

    • Kamau41

      I’m not very optimistic about the outcome. Sodomy is quickly spreading like wildfire.

  • Kamau41

    In these times, to no surprise, the fact that the new PM of Ireland supports and embraces sodomy and abortion is leading the nation down a destructive/deadly path. However, decades ago, the thought of a nation like Ireland to go down such a road was so unthinkable.

  • PaulF

    The constitution governs those who govern. How dare this man say “I don’t agree with that” of an article in the constitution. I voted in that referendum in 1983 and now I have to listen to this.

  • PaulF

    The Irish referendum on pseudotrimony (pseudomarriage) is so embarrassing that I no longer identify as Irish among the Chinese people with whom I live. I just say I’m from England, keeping it simple.

  • Raph Sebastian

    Hillary Clinton said the same thing. That a baby in the womb up to just before being born hasn’t got any human rights much less the right to live.

    You can see evil posessing the truly wicked. They all repeat the same vile intrinsically evil words that makes satan their God proud.

  • Mart1963

    Ever where you look you see the brotherhood push vile individuals into positions of power.

    Canadian government aims to legalize marijuana by 1 July 2018.

    First comes medical marijuana then they legalize it for all, first comes euthanasia for the people in extreme pain then they legalize it for all, first came abortion for cases of rape or if the life of the mother was in danger now the body parts of the unborn are going to the highest bidder.

  • Kamau41

    Far-right/left wing groups turned violent this morning in Charlottesville, Va. This is no suprise as this is what the Shoebats and you have been so diligently and faithfully warning us about the dangers of the continued rise of n*ism-paganism here in the west. See link below:
    https://www.dailysabah.com/americas/2017/08/12/one-killed-amid-violence-between-us-far-right-and-counter-demonstrators-in-virginia

    • I have been to Charlottesville. It’s home to university of Virginia. I was shocked to hear of this taking place.

      • Kamau41

        From what I have read, Charlottesville has been normally a very peaceful place. More evidence that evil is spreading.

        Now, violence has hit the west coast. See what’s happening in Seattle, Wa.
        http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/08/13/antifa-seattle-american-flag/

        • Emotional immature adults throwing temper tantrums.

          All the more why I prefer staying home and venturing out for groceries and Mass.

          Gonna get uglier and worse.

    • Raph Sebastian

      The face of the alt-right finally exposed. And the leftists with their true face being unmasked. They have both exposed their evil ways.

      • Kamau41

        Yes they have Big Time.

  • Michelle Therese

    Throughout history you see that the huge collapse of an advanced and powerful Civilization, and loss of that Civilization, always comes very soon after sodomy is normalized. That point seems to be the point of critical mass and then… BOOM! That Civilization is taken down and enters Dark Ages.

  • PaulF

    excellent points.