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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Soros Funds Pro-Abortion March



The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Right
Bill Donohue comments on the upcoming March for Choice:
On September 24, there will be a March for Choice in Dublin, and in 16 other cities; events will be held in 11 nations, including Ireland. Its proximate goal is to force the repeal of Ireland's Eighth Amendment that bans abortion; its long-term goal is to secure abortion-on-demand in other Catholic European countries.

The money behind this effort is coming largely from George Soros, the atheist Jewish billionaire who hates Israel—he labels it a "racist" nation—and loves to fund pro-abortion campaigns. That he likes to interfere in the internal affairs of Catholic nations is indisputable.

His Open Society Foundation funds Amnesty International Ireland, the Abortion Rights Campaign and the Irish Family Planning Association. They are promoting the protest. He also funds Catholics for Choice in the United States, an anti-Catholic letterhead with no members.

Reportedly, Soros has donated more than $25 million to help Hillary Clinton and other Democrats win in November; one report says he has given $9 million to her alone.

The lavish amounts Soros spends on Clinton is something Catholics should know about. After all, she is on record stating that pro-life "religious beliefs" must change. Last year, in reference to abortion, she explicitly said that "deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed." In other words, it is the duty of elites, such as Soros, to foster the pro-abortion agenda.

An honest media would tell the public what I have just said—it's all true. But don't hold your breath.
     
                  
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