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Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved

 
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11/14/2012 05:02 PM
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Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved
Today we mourn Savita's life,she was 17 weeks pregnant when she died in University Hospital Galway after suffering a miscarriage and septicaemia and refused an abortion.And left suffer for days to die because Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved.

I am ashamed to be Irish tonight, because I haved allowed this Roman Catholic shit to happen, I,m protestant thank God voted to amend this shit years ago,but it was was blocked by good Roman Catholic's.

I'm so angry tonight.





Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Dáil and at other protests this evening to call on the Government to introduce legislation to allow for medical abortions.

The protests follow the tragic death of 31-year-old Savita Halappanavar in Galway last month.

Savita, aged 31, was 17 weeks pregnant when she died in University Hospital Galway after suffering a miscarriage and septicaemia.

Her husband Praveen, 34, claimed she had complained of being in agonising pain. He has said that doctors refused to carry out a medical termination because the foetus’s heartbeat was present.

Mr Halappanavar has claimed that following several requests by his late wife for a termination, they were told: “This is a Catholic country.”

Outside the Dáil, hundreds of people staged a sit-down demonstration on Kildare Street, calling on the Minister for Health James Reilly to introduce legislation for medical abortions.
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11/14/2012 05:07 PM

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Re: Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved
Today we mourn Savita's life,she was 17 weeks pregnant when she died in University Hospital Galway after suffering a miscarriage and septicaemia and refused an abortion.And left suffer for days to die because Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved.

I am ashamed to be Irish tonight, because I haved allowed this Roman Catholic shit to happen, I,m protestant thank God voted to amend this shit years ago,but it was was blocked by good Roman Catholic's.

I'm so angry tonight.





Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Dáil and at other protests this evening to call on the Government to introduce legislation to allow for medical abortions.

The protests follow the tragic death of 31-year-old Savita Halappanavar in Galway last month.

Savita, aged 31, was 17 weeks pregnant when she died in University Hospital Galway after suffering a miscarriage and septicaemia.

Her husband Praveen, 34, claimed she had complained of being in agonising pain. He has said that doctors refused to carry out a medical termination because the foetus’s heartbeat was present.

Mr Halappanavar has claimed that following several requests by his late wife for a termination, they were told: “This is a Catholic country.”

Outside the Dáil, hundreds of people staged a sit-down demonstration on Kildare Street, calling on the Minister for Health James Reilly to introduce legislation for medical abortions.
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That is very sad, but it sounds more like a medical mistake than anything to do with the Church, which allows medical abortions.
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11/14/2012 05:16 PM
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Re: Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved
Today we mourn Savita's life,she was 17 weeks pregnant when she died in University Hospital Galway after suffering a miscarriage and septicaemia and refused an abortion.And left suffer for days to die because Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved.

I am ashamed to be Irish tonight, because I haved allowed this Roman Catholic shit to happen, I,m protestant thank God voted to amend this shit years ago,but it was was blocked by good Roman Catholic's.

I'm so angry tonight.





Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Dáil and at other protests this evening to call on the Government to introduce legislation to allow for medical abortions.

The protests follow the tragic death of 31-year-old Savita Halappanavar in Galway last month.

Savita, aged 31, was 17 weeks pregnant when she died in University Hospital Galway after suffering a miscarriage and septicaemia.

Her husband Praveen, 34, claimed she had complained of being in agonising pain. He has said that doctors refused to carry out a medical termination because the foetus’s heartbeat was present.

Mr Halappanavar has claimed that following several requests by his late wife for a termination, they were told: “This is a Catholic country.”

Outside the Dáil, hundreds of people staged a sit-down demonstration on Kildare Street, calling on the Minister for Health James Reilly to introduce legislation for medical abortions.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2178540




That is very sad, but it sounds more like a medical mistake than anything to do with the Church, which allows medical abortions.
 Quoting: K.Kool


IS A SAD DAY FOR IRELAND,

You see it the other way around here in ireland, it the church controls the medical it the law here, the roman catholic does not allow abortion so it is the law, no abortions are allowed in Ireland thats the law.


Wake up to the dark ages in Ireland.

Tell your church about this.


redface
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11/14/2012 05:30 PM

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"Abortion in the Republic of Ireland is illegal unless it occurs as the result of a medical intervention performed to save the life of the mother."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Dr Reilly, Minister for Health:
"People have raised questions about a Catholic ethos that is preventing people or inhibiting people from carrying out proper medical treatment as defined by the Medical Council. I have no evidence of that, but I am not going to preclude what a coroner's court will find, and I want to await that independent investigation."

Pro-life Independent Senator Ronan Mullen said he hoped protestors outside the Dáil would not use the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar as an argument for legislating for abortion.

"With greatest respect, I would be very sad if people tried to instrumentalise this tragedy to try and use it for another purpose, namely to legalise abortion, full-stop," he said.

"What we need to be sure of is that doctors know they have a duty to give all necessary medical treatment. It's there in the Medical Council guidelines (and) it's there in the law."

[link to www.irishexaminer.com]
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11/14/2012 05:44 PM
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Re: Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved
"Abortion in the Republic of Ireland is illegal unless it occurs as the result of a medical intervention performed to save the life of the mother."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Dr Reilly, Minister for Health:
"People have raised questions about a Catholic ethos that is preventing people or inhibiting people from carrying out proper medical treatment as defined by the Medical Council. I have no evidence of that, but I am not going to preclude what a coroner's court will find, and I want to await that independent investigation."

Pro-life Independent Senator Ronan Mullen said he hoped protestors outside the Dáil would not use the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar as an argument for legislating for abortion.

"With greatest respect, I would be very sad if people tried to instrumentalise this tragedy to try and use it for another purpose, namely to legalise abortion, full-stop," he said.

"What we need to be sure of is that doctors know they have a duty to give all necessary medical treatment. It's there in the Medical Council guidelines (and) it's there in the law."

[link to www.irishexaminer.com]
 Quoting: K.Kool


I BET YOUR GLAD TONIGHT K COOL THE MOTHER DIED TO PROVE YOUR GOOD ROMAN CATHOLIC UPBRING.

we will get the facts and come back here to post
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11/14/2012 05:45 PM

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Thats so sad and shocking. So the catholic church is in control of these matters of life and death. Disgusting that this has happened. Is the catholic church a majority in Ireland.
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Re: Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved
"Abortion in the Republic of Ireland is illegal unless it occurs as the result of a medical intervention performed to save the life of the mother."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Dr Reilly, Minister for Health:
"People have raised questions about a Catholic ethos that is preventing people or inhibiting people from carrying out proper medical treatment as defined by the Medical Council. I have no evidence of that, but I am not going to preclude what a coroner's court will find, and I want to await that independent investigation."

Pro-life Independent Senator Ronan Mullen said he hoped protestors outside the Dáil would not use the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar as an argument for legislating for abortion.

"With greatest respect, I would be very sad if people tried to instrumentalise this tragedy to try and use it for another purpose, namely to legalise abortion, full-stop," he said.

"What we need to be sure of is that doctors know they have a duty to give all necessary medical treatment. It's there in the Medical Council guidelines (and) it's there in the law."

[link to www.irishexaminer.com]
 Quoting: K.Kool


I BET YOUR GLAD TONIGHT K COOL THE MOTHER DIED TO PROVE YOUR GOOD ROMAN CATHOLIC UPBRING.

we will get the facts and come back here to post
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WTF?

I think you are glad because it gives you a chance to demonstrate your ignorance.
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11/14/2012 05:53 PM
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Re: Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved
Thats so sad and shocking. So the catholic church is in control of these matters of life and death. Disgusting that this has happened. Is the catholic church a majority in Ireland.
 Quoting: grasptheuniverse


Its shocking so shocking, we are waking up finally to change thats so dated, yes going back to the catholic church is in control of these matters of life and death.
Savita MADE THE SACFICE FOR US TO CHANGE AND WE OUT IN OUR THOUSANDS TONIGHT PROTESTING HERE IN IRELAND.
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11/14/2012 05:57 PM
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Re: Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved
"Abortion in the Republic of Ireland is illegal unless it occurs as the result of a medical intervention performed to save the life of the mother."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Dr Reilly, Minister for Health:
"People have raised questions about a Catholic ethos that is preventing people or inhibiting people from carrying out proper medical treatment as defined by the Medical Council. I have no evidence of that, but I am not going to preclude what a coroner's court will find, and I want to await that independent investigation."

Pro-life Independent Senator Ronan Mullen said he hoped protestors outside the Dáil would not use the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar as an argument for legislating for abortion.

"With greatest respect, I would be very sad if people tried to instrumentalise this tragedy to try and use it for another purpose, namely to legalise abortion, full-stop," he said.

"What we need to be sure of is that doctors know they have a duty to give all necessary medical treatment. It's there in the Medical Council guidelines (and) it's there in the law."

[link to www.irishexaminer.com]
 Quoting: K.Kool


I BET YOUR GLAD TONIGHT K COOL THE MOTHER DIED TO PROVE YOUR GOOD ROMAN CATHOLIC UPBRING.

we will get the facts and come back here to post
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2178540



WTF?

I think you are glad because it gives you a chance to demonstrate your ignorance.
 Quoting: K.Kool


SORRY didn't mean to offend I thought you were for your qoute.

Just so angry to night.


I guess there's years of hidden pain here in Ireland
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11/14/2012 06:11 PM
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Shock, grief and fury as TDs braced for Dail protest


PRESSURE was mounting on the Cabinet today to take action in the wake of Savita Halappanavar's death.

[link to www.herald.ie]
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11/14/2012 06:51 PM

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Re: Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved
Today we mourn Savita's life,she was 17 weeks pregnant when she died in University Hospital Galway after suffering a miscarriage and septicaemia and refused an abortion.And left suffer for days to die because Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved.

I am ashamed to be Irish tonight, because I haved allowed this Roman Catholic shit to happen, I,m protestant thank God voted to amend this shit years ago,but it was was blocked by good Roman Catholic's.

I'm so angry tonight.





Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Dáil and at other protests this evening to call on the Government to introduce legislation to allow for medical abortions.

The protests follow the tragic death of 31-year-old Savita Halappanavar in Galway last month.

Savita, aged 31, was 17 weeks pregnant when she died in University Hospital Galway after suffering a miscarriage and septicaemia.

Her husband Praveen, 34, claimed she had complained of being in agonising pain. He has said that doctors refused to carry out a medical termination because the foetus’s heartbeat was present.

Mr Halappanavar has claimed that following several requests by his late wife for a termination, they were told: “This is a Catholic country.”

Outside the Dáil, hundreds of people staged a sit-down demonstration on Kildare Street, calling on the Minister for Health James Reilly to introduce legislation for medical abortions.
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You should be more pissed about the Shivo case..........yeahsure
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Savita Halappanavar, Death: Irish Woman Denied Abortion Dies From Blood Poisoning


THIS IS 2012


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Re: Irish Roman Catholic ethos prevented Savita's life from being saved
Thats so sad and shocking. So the catholic church is in control of these matters of life and death. Disgusting that this has happened. Is the catholic church a majority in Ireland.
 Quoting: grasptheuniverse


Its shocking so shocking, we are waking up finally to change thats so dated, yes going back to the catholic church is in control of these matters of life and death.
Savita MADE THE SACFICE FOR US TO CHANGE AND WE OUT IN OUR THOUSANDS TONIGHT PROTESTING HERE IN IRELAND.
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Sadly the Roman Cult is written into the Irish constitution. You cannot get rid of their baleful influence.

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