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A little late.
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The amendment will legalise abortion if powersharing isn't restore, although ex PM May could have stopped the legalisation with a word. More marched in Dublin and Cork, but what could be done if the government of the Republic and other parties were determined in rig the vote. Anyone thought likely to support abortion was given a vote for the referendum.
Lalanz raises a very important point, commonly overlooked.

"Protests" raise awareness for an issue only if the media chooses to give the event favorable coverage, or even any coverage at all.

They are the gate-keepers of mainstream public information and, to a similar extent, public opinion.

The media can "spin" an event any way they choose by what imagery they show and whom they interview. …More
Lalanz raises a very important point, commonly overlooked.

"Protests" raise awareness for an issue only if the media chooses to give the event favorable coverage, or even any coverage at all.

They are the gate-keepers of mainstream public information and, to a similar extent, public opinion.

The media can "spin" an event any way they choose by what imagery they show and whom they interview. This simple fact is something widely ignored by pro-life movements. If anything, it's worked against them.

For an event like this, the media takes an infinitely more simple approach. They simply don't cover it, or give it only minimal coverage at best. Compare that to Greta Thunberg who makes front-news every time she opens her mouth and spills out whatever garbage her handlers poured into her empty little skull.
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The silence must lead to more. If 20k are motivated to more than a silent march, things might change for Ireland.
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Where is the media coverage? Devils
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