By Dave Andrusko
“Poor planning and a bit of bad luck,” as the Economist put it, has forced Ryanair, Europe’s largest budget airlines, to cancel some 2,100 flights starting on September 16th and continuing through October.
But pro-abortionists are leaping to action ensure that the cancellation of some 150 scheduled flights from Dublin to UK airports over the next six weeks does not affect the estimated “hundreds” of pregnant woman who would fly to the UK to abort their babies.
Ashitha Nagesh, reporting for Metro.co.uk tells us
Need Abortion Ireland, a campaign group, posted on Facebook: ‘Ryanair’s list of cancelled flights over the next six weeks include 150 from Dublin. This will affect hundreds of women who need to travel outside of Ireland to access an abortion, at huge financial and emotional expense.
‘If you are over nine weeks pregnant and need to travel, contact the Abortion Support Network at www.asn.org.uk.
And for women who are under nine weeks pregnant, Need Abortion Ireland advises them to text or email “and we will help you access a safe abortion with pills in Ireland.”
The Republic of Ireland, one of the most pro-life countries in the world, is under siege by powerhouse international pro-abortion organizations and billionaires such as George Soros. Its “8th Amendment” is in Amnesty International’s and Amnesty Ireland’s crosshairs. The Eighth Amendment of the Irish Constitution protects the equal right to life of the mother and unborn child, and is estimated to have saved 100,000 lives.
As NRL News Today reported, Leo Varadkar, the Prime Minister of Ireland, told the lower house of the Irish Parliament that health minister Simon Harris will be “responsible for bringing forward legislation to allow for a referendum on Eighth Amendment in 2018.”
A special Oireachtas [Parliamentary] committee has been set up to consider under what conditions, if any, abortion should be permitted if the Eighth Amendment [to the Irish Constitution], which protects the equal right to life of mother and child, was repealed.
But as the pro-life organization SPUC observed, Harris started drafting legislation that could legalise abortion, before the special parliamentary committee set up to examine the issue has reported.
Meanwhile, funding Irish women who wish to travel abroad to abort is a huge priority. Recently England’s highest court narrowly decided that its National Health Service [NHS] was not obliged to pay for the abortions of women coming to England from Northern Ireland.
Soon afterwards, the Sunday Times reported that “Nicola Sturgeon, the Scottish first minister, is examining ways to offer the service on the NHS, along with Catherine Calderwood, the country’s chief medical officer.” The free “service”?