Archive for Foul Stench of Religion

Mother Teresa–The Gutter Loving “Saint”.

In the aftermath of all the pomp and ceremony that the Vatican can lavish on this little nun from Albania, I have started researching the merits of such grandiose devotion.

Even though countless millions flowed into her order, while she …

Mamie Cadden–An abortionist in De Valera’ Ireland

Going through,my groaning bookshelves, full of unread books last night, I came across a book about a backstreet abortionist called Mamie Cadden.

To my surprise, this was a very Irish story, of what life was like for pregnant women in …

The French lead the world again in saying “non” to Muslim absurdities

(Update: The French have reversed their decision, probably because of a misfounded view of civil rights. Who is going to benefit from this? Not good news!)

(Update Friday 26/8/16: Please don’t backtrack France!)

I’m so happy that the French …

Gay subculture in Maynooth seminary—what a shocker!

As far as I’m concerned the only real shock is that they were/are so blatant about using sites like Grindr for casual hookups.

Lets face it, they are not intending to meet other guys on that site, to discuss the …

Suspicions about “Every Life Counts”

(This post was originally done on the 31st March 2015, but was never published due to formatting problems).

My mind is mixed about the new organisation “Every Life Counts”

I agree with the premise that no life should be written …

Addicted to “Return to Amish”

I don’t follow any series on TV, but I’m absolutely addicted to ‘Return to Amish’. Its now in its third series but I’ve been waiting for over two years to find out the next installment about Abe, Rebecca, Mary and …

Will the next Islamic killings be here in Ireland?

Like so many others I have been really appalled at the state of killings in France.

What threat could an 84 year old priest have caused, to the brain washed blood thirsty Islamists or their stoic beliefs?

To slit his …

Pope John Paul II aka Gods politician.

I’m reading an interesting book at the moment which I retrieved from a second hand shop and although a bit dated, its an intriguing and revealing read called ‘Gods Politician’ by David Willey.

I was/remain a fan of his in …

Anti choice misusers of disability-Repeal the 8th!

In the last few days coming up to the elections on Friday, I am still very frustrated that there is still so much abstract rhetoric about the abortion issue in Ireland.

Last week, I saw a 43 year old woman …

Is the anti choice movement running out of steam in Ireland?

My own video clip:  My banner read “What sort of life do you believe in?”

Through happy coincidence, I was in the city centre on the fourth of July. Was it some coded meaning, that this national pro life rally …