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12 / 03 / 2010 - Precious Life accuses abortion agency of hypocrisy for removing online poll results
At the beginning of this week, Marie Stopes International (one of the largest abortion providers in the world) issued press releases boasting that the results of a poll they commissioned showed growing support for abortion in Ireland. [Read story here..]
Many media outlets publicised their story without question despite the fact that the results were based on the views of only 87% of 1002 people, which can not be taken seriously as representing the views of over 4 million people in Ireland.
But the sheer hypocrisy of Marie Stopes International has now been exposed after they removed the results of another online poll that they were carrying on out their own Irish website. The question asked was: ‘Should abortion be legal in Ireland?’ Yesterday (Thursday 11 March) the results showed 94% had voted NO. However, today (Friday 12 March) the poll has been removed from their website.
Where are the news headlines screaming ‘94% of Irish people don’t want abortion legalised’? Do Marie Stopes and their accomplices in the media only publicise poll results when it suits them?
Marie Stopes International - who already make millions from abortion – will try anything to increase their profits. This devious manipulation of opinion polls is all part of their deadly agenda of trying to have abortion legalised in Ireland. But finding no support from the Irish people they can only resort to their ‘lies, damn lies and statistics’. Undoubtedly, Marie Stopes would have exploited a large YES vote to claim that the Irish people want abortion legalised. Yet their reaction to this poll is silence. They’ve even gone as far as deleting the poll from the website. It seems they couldn’t cope with a massive life-affirming vote. Marie Stopes International simply wiped out the result. Hardly surprising when you consider their business is ‘wiping out’ unborn babies.