Niamh Uí Bhriain
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Niamh Uí Bhriain (1970 –) is an Irish pro-life activist, and family values campaigner.
- The truth is that our sovereignty was given away a long time ago, and the Lisbon Treaty was the final nail in the coffin for Ireland’s independence.
- Will EU Bailout Lead to Further Threats to Ireland’s Pro-Life Laws? (November 23, 2010)
- The funding being lavished on abortion campaigners amounts to unwarranted and unwanted interference in Ireland’s affairs in a bid to smash the pro-life ethos that protects both mothers and babies. Two decades of persistent public engagement and education has maintained Ireland’s pro-life majority, and, in that time, abortion campaigners have failed to win the necessary public support to build momentum for abortion legislation. But they are now openly availing of the massive global funding being made available to efforts to overturn Ireland’s pro-life laws. As in many other jurisdictions, since they cannot get the people to agree with abortion, they want to use the courts and the massive wealth and power of a tiny elite minority to foist abortion on the nation.
- The US Billionaires Funding the Push For Abortion in Ireland (March 11, 2012)