Catholic forces mobilise

Issue: 25 – May 2008
Catholic forces mobilise
For months now pro-life Catholic Nationalist activists have been quietly mobilising in preparation for the Lisbon Treaty Referendum.
Groups such as Éire go Brách and CIR have been organising throughout the Twenty-Six Counties since late last year and they are now in full campaign mode.

In addition to holding meetings aimed at informing the public about the serious dangers Lisbon poses for the Irish Nation and our Catholic culture, several organisations have been engaged in door-to-door canvassing and thousands of households, particularly in Munster, have already received highly informative campaign literature on the Treaty.

Well placed activists have told The Hibernian that the overwhelming majority of those canvassed have come out categorically in favour of the No side. Campaigners are eagerly awaiting the announcement of an official date for the referendum so that they can swing fully into action for the occasion.

At the beginning of last year, The Hibernian predicted that Ireland would witness the rise of Catholic Nationalism throughout the Thirty-Two Counties; and this has been the case. Among the successes to date have been preventing the extension of the 1967 British Abortion Act to the Six-Counties and the halting of legislation promoting homosexual marriage in the South. The next target is Lisbon. May God Bless the work of Catholic Irish Nationalists in this great endeavour.

Websites:
www.lisbonvote.com
www.eiregobrach.ie

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