US blamed for LGBT & abortion rights threatening N. Ireland

Thursday, July 11, 2019
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LGBT Pride LondonA conservative leader in Northern Ireland blames outside interference for its latest clash with the Parliament of the United Kingdom.

In 2017, England's government dissolved the government of Northern Ireland, and the region has been in chaos ever since as the feuding continues.

“The devolved executive and assembly which have powers over the region collapsed in January 2017, owing to ongoing disagreements between the DUP (Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party favoring British identity) and Sinn Féin (the left-wing Irish republican political party active in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland) and all attempts to restore power-sharing have since failed,” U.K.’s Independent reported. “The region currently holds the world record for the longest period without a sitting government – which it passed after 589 days.”

A week after New Year’s two years ago, one resignation set things off balance.

“The Northern Ireland Executive collapsed on 9 January 2017 with the resignation of Martin McGuinness as Deputy First Minister,” the Independent’s Ben Kelly reported in April. “Due to the unique nature of history and circumstances in Northern Ireland, both unionists and nationalists must join together in a power sharing executive in order to lead the assembly.”

Leftists looking to take over

James Dowson of the Knights Templar International – which is located in Northern Ireland – shed a little light on the dire situation as it continues to play out.

“Now, English MPs have conspired to basically take advantage of our situation – which is very dangerous – and impose homosexual, gay, [and] lesbian marriage on Northern Ireland people who have rejected it consistently … and child butchery in the name of abortion,” Dowson told OneNewsNow.

Both progressive measures will take effect on October 21 – unless Northern Ireland is able to reach a consensus and form a government.

Dowson explained one reason why the progressive pro-LGBT, pro-abortion movement came about.

“If it hadn't of been for stupid Americans financing them all these years, [it would never have come to this],” the conservative Irish leader contended. “The Americans financed them and morally supported them. Thank you, America. Now, we have Irish babies going to be slaughtered in the thousands because the IRA/Sinn Fein have conspired with British MPs to impose this on Ireland.”

American billionaires have contributed to the effort and supported abortion in Africa, as well.

Homosexual marriage is likewise not currently legal in Northern Ireland, so the situation is being imposed without any representation at all for the Northern Ireland people.

Dowson acknowledges the spiritual origins of the progressive movement spreading across Northern Ireland.

"It's disgusting – it’s demonic,” he insisted. “It's Satanic."

Dowson also mentioned that Sinn Fein members are dancing in the streets as LGBT and abortion agendas press forward in Northern Ireland.


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